Research Progress of Tissue Engineered Bone in Repairing Bone Defect

Research Progress of Tissue Engineered Bone in Repairing Bone Defect

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Author(s): Yanheng Zhong, Weidong Gan, Lin Zhou, Zhizhong Li

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.2272 16 108 46-48 Volume 9 - Feb 2020

Abstract

Bone transplantation has been used to repair bone defects for more than 300 years. Only in the United States, more than 1 million patients need bone grafting every year because of severe trauma, bone tumor, deformity and so on. Traditional bone graft materials include autogenous bone, allogeneic bone and artificial bone, but their wide application is limited because of various defects. With the development of biomedicine, tissue engineering and material science, the application of tissue engineered bone in the repair of bone defects has become a research hotspot.

Keywords

Stissue Engineered Bone, Bone Defect, Repair, Progress

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