Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
Online ISSN : 1347-7439
Print ISSN : 0916-7250
ISSN-L : 0916-7250
Surgery
Bone Regeneration by the Combined Use of Tetrapod-Shaped Calcium Phosphate Granules with Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor-Binding Ion Complex Gel in Canine Segmental Radial Defects
Muneki HONNAMISungjin CHOII-li LIUWataru KAMIMURATetsushi TAGUCHIHironori HOJONobuyuki SHIMOHATAShinsuke OHBAHiroyuki KOYAMARyohei NISHIMURAUng-il CHUNGNobuo SASAKIManabu MOCHIZUKI
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2014 年 76 巻 7 号 p. 955-961

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The effect of tetrapod-shaped alpha tricalcium phosphate granules (Tetrabones® [TB]) in combination with basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF)-binding ion complex gel (f-IC gel) on bone defect repair was examined. Bilateral segmental defects 20-mm long were created in the radius of 5 dogs, stabilized with a plate and screws and implanted with 1 of the following: TB (TB group), TB and bFGF solution (TB/f group), and TB and f-IC gel (TB/f-IC group). Dogs were euthanized 4 weeks after surgery. Radiographs showed well-placed TB granules in the defects and equal osseous callus formation in all the groups. Histomorphometry revealed that the number of vessels and volume of new bone in the TB/f-IC group were significantly higher than those in the other groups. However, no significant differences in neovascularization and new bone formation were observed between the TB/f and TB groups. Furthermore, no significant difference in the lamellar bone volume or rate of mineral apposition was observed among groups. These results suggest that increased bone formation might have been because of the promotion of neovascularization by the f-IC gel. Therefore, the combinatorial method may provide a suitable scaffold for bone regeneration in large segmental long bone defects.

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