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Volume 8
Issue 4
Online publication date 2011-07-29
Title Repair of metadiaphyseal fracture of the humerus in treating animals with calcium preparation in combination with vitamin D3
Author Fayzulla Umarov, Ninel Diеdukh, Svetlana Malyshkina, Rakhmonberdi Khodjaev
Abstract The study of bone repair after fracture in the treatment of animals with calcium in combination with vitamin D3 was conducted in 36 two-month white lab male rats weighting 150±15 g, complying with the rules of humane treatment of animals. It was revealed that at modeling metadiaphyseal humeral fractures in control and experimental animals, which are additionally given calcium and vitamin D3, bone adhesion appears by desmal type (intramembranous ossification): granulation tissue - fibroreticular tissue - osteoid - bone tissue. Based on the qualitative morphological and quantitative characteristics of callus formation in animals, we can recommend the use of calcium and vitamin D in the comprehensive medical treatment for fractures due to their pronounced stimulatory effect on the course of reparative osteogenesis.
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Keywords Humerus, fractures, animals, bone repair, treatment
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