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3D–Printed Implants Shown to Help Grow ‘Real Bone'

News   Aug 01, 2018 | Original story sourced from NYU Langone Health

 
3D–Printed Implants Shown to Help Grow ‘Real Bone'

Three-dimensional imaging on the left shows how bone, in green, replaced the bioactive ceramic scaffold, in purple, over a six-month period. Microscope images on the right show progressively increasing degrees of bone, stained pink, and lower amount of scaffold, in black, as time goes by in the body. Photo credit: Tovar et al 2018, Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

 
 
 

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