By Minoru Ueda (Ed.)
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A lower rate of distraction tends to result in bony union, whereas a higher rate of distraction may delay bone union or result in fibrous union. To promote bone formation and shorten the consolidation period, some attempts at applying hyperbaric oxygenation or electrical, ultrasonic, or chemical stimulation have been made . Several recent studies have shown that injecting cells with osteogenic potential into distracted callus enhances its consolidation, but there have been few attempts at higher-rate distraction [19-22].
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Applied Tissue Engineering by Minoru Ueda (Ed.)