The comparative x-ray analysis of osteoreparation after radical-andrestorative surgeries made using different plastic materials in children with destructive bone involvements

Мушкин М.А., Першин А.А., Кириллова Е.С., Мушкин А.Ю.

Abstract


The comparative analysis of the X-ray signs of postoperative bone osteoreparation has been made in children after surgeries made using allogenic bone, non-biological implants based on calcium sulfate (Osteoset T) and hydroxyl apatite-tricalcium phosphate complex (BCP). The long-term results have been followed within the period of 12–32 months. The parameters of bone tissue optical density in the plasty zone by radiography data reach those of normal bone after 12 months in case of spongy allobone use and after 6 months in case of using calcium sulfate granules, while the use of hydroxyl apatite-tricalcium phosphate complex leads to 65%-excess of optical density parameters with dynamic preservation of this effect thereby reflecting incomplete implant resorption.

Keywords


children; surgical treatment; plasty of bone defects; calcium sulfate; allobone; calcium phosphate

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