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Distribution of Cortical Bone in Bovine Limbs
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
Xenogenic bone grafts have been widely researched because they are not limited in terms of volume and size like autogenous and allogenic grafts, and the favored bone for xenografts is bovine bone. However, the efficacy of cortical bone from bovine limb for xenografts is not clearly known. In this study, the distribution of cortical bone in bovine humerus, radius, femur, and tibia were investigated. Each experimental bone was split longitudinally with a bone saw and bone marrow and cancellousdoi:10.1292/jvms.68.915 pmid:17019059 fatcat:t6ulkql5djb37fwhcyi26i3auu