中国修复重建外科杂志

中国修复重建外科杂志

骨修复材料活性机制和应用的最新研究进展

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大段骨缺损修复一直是骨科领域亟待解决的一大难题,骨修复材料是解决这一难题切实可行的方法。近年,骨修复材料发展迅速,已经从自体骨、同种异体骨、惰性材料发展到高活性、多功能的骨组织工程支架材料。通过广泛回顾文献,从骨修复材料活性机制、骨修复材料的应用及新型骨修复材料的探索三方面,总结骨修复材料研究现状与进展,并展望发展方向。

Large bone defect repair is a difficult problem to be solved urgently in orthopaedic field, and the application of bone repair materials is a feasible method to solve this problem. Therefore, bone repair materials have been continuously developed, and have evolved from autogenous bone grafts, allograft bone grafts, and inert materials to highly active and multifunctional bone tissue engineering scaffold materials. In this paper, the related mechanism of bone repair materials, the application of bone repair materials, and the exploration of new bone repair materials are introduced to present the research status and advance of the bone repair materials, and the development direction is also prospected.

关键词: 骨修复材料; 成骨机制; 成骨活性

Key words: Bone repair material; osteogenesis mechanism; osteogenic activity

引用本文: 贺唯, 樊瑜波, 李晓明. 骨修复材料活性机制和应用的最新研究进展. 中国修复重建外科杂志, 2018, 32(9): 1107-1115. doi: 10.7507/1002-1892.201807039 复制

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