The human papillomavirus qualitative were implanted in the femur bone defects of 6 White Californian male rabbits: three animals were implanted with human papillomavirus qualitative. The bone fragments and scaffolds harvested at 2, 4 and 6 months were histologically analyzed using conventional light microscopy LM and scanning electron microscopy Human papillomavirus qualitative for the qualitative evaluation of the bone tissue formed in contact with the scaffold.
LM revealed that the compact bone formed in the proximity of nano-HapSi-coated scaffolds was better organized than spongy bone associated with unmodified scaffolds. Moreover, Ti scaffolds with meshes of 0. SEM images at 6 months revealed that the bone developed not only in contact with the scaffolds, but also proliferated inside the meshes.
Nano-HapSi-coated Ti implants with 0. Ti scaffolds osseointegration depended on the mesh size and the surface properties.
Due to the biocompatibility and favorable osseointegration in bone defects, nano-HapSi-coated Ti scaffolds could be useful for anatomical reconstructions.