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Fig. 6

From: Chenopodium ambrosioides as a bone graft substitute in rabbits radius fracture

Fig. 6

Effect of lyophilized aqueous Chenopodium ambrosioides extract on bone formation 30 days after application. Histology photomicrographs of bone remodeling in a complete diaphyseal fracture of the radius of rabbits. Control group: (a) massive presence of chondrocytes and (b) predominance of cartilaginous tissue. C. ambrosioides graft: (a) presence of immature bone and (b) cartilaginous tissue. Autogenous bone marrow: (a) cartilaginous tissue and (b) immature bone. Ricinus communis graft: (a) chondrocytes and bone remodeling. HE staining (200 μm and 500 μm)

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