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One of the most critical issues in orthopaedics is the development of a procedure for assessing fracture healing in an objective way and by means of a non-invasive approach, replacing the actual gold standard based on X-rays.
Stable nailing of bones using circular arc drills and arcuate nails, a considerable improvement in orthopaedic surgery
The operative treatment of fractures has revolutionized orthopaedic surgery and traumatology during last century. It has been demonstrated that immediate internal fixation of bone fragments of a fracture or of a destroyed joint to achieve fusion (so-called
Improvement of critically sized bone fracture healing by using conductive tissue engineering scaffolds
Bone is the second most prevalent transplant tissue after blood. Healing the critically sized bone defects caused by tumor or trauma are among the major challenges for orthopedic surgeons. Although, allografts and autografts are commonly used for