BioMed Research International / 2014 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Cartilage Repair and Subchondral Bone Migration Using 3D Printing Osteochondral Composites: A One-Year-Period Study in Rabbit Trochlea

Figure 1

Osteochondral composite and animal experiment: β-TCP scaffold (Figure 1(a)), PEG/β-TCP osteochondral composite (Figure 1(b)); detailed sizes of composite were as follows: a: 6.5 mm, b: 5.5 mm, c: 6 mm, d: 7 mm, and e: 4.6 mm. Illustration for scaffold implantation in rabbit trochlea (Figure 1(c)) and animal experiment (Figure 1(d)).
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