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  • Fig. 1. A local area of capillarogenesis, osteoclastic bone resorption, and formation of the osteoblastic tissue. Hematoxylin eosin staining. × 90 (Reprinted from [39])
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  • Fig. 2. Vascular proliferation along the fracture fissure from dilated Haversian canals of the cortical plates of the fractured bone segments. Rich sinusoid network in the area of endosteal bone formation at 2 weeks after a stable external fixation. Cleared section. × 12
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  • Fig. 3. Formation of osteoid trabecular structures within the fracture fissure at 3 weeks after a stable external fixation. Hematoxylin eosin staining. × 90
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  • Fig. 4. Microvascular remodeling in the area of the bone intermediate regenerating cortical bone above the consolidated fracture at 8 weeks after a stable external fixation. Hematoxylin eosin staining. × 90
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  • Fig. 5. Formation of a new osteonic system in the diaphyseal cortical plate at 1 year after an intramedullary stable osteosynthesis. Cleared section. × 20
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  • Fig. 6. General view of the microvasculature in the areas of a non-consolidating fracture at 6 weeks after an unstable external fixation. Microangiogram of the bone section. × 8
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  • Fig. 7. Active (“aggressive”) bone tissue resorption of the cortical plates in the area of a non-stable contact associated with excessive microvasculature at 2 months after an external fixation. Cleared section. × 20
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  • Fig. 8. Abundant cystic cavities formed at the resorbed ends of the bone fragments at 6 weeks after an unstable osteosynthesis. Cleared section. × 20
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  • Fig. 9. A network of variceal sinusoidal capillaries of the medullar cavity surrounding an unstable nail, with advanced vascular permeability, at 2 months after the osteosynthesis. Cleared section. × 25
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  • Fig. 10. Variceal type of the capillary network in the endosteal graft at 4 weeks after the surgery under conditions of an unstable osteosynthesis. Hematoxylin eosin staining. × 90
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  • Fig. 11. Sporadic trabecular structures in the area of diaphyseal cortical plate being resorbed after an unstable osteosynthesis with a massive nail. Hematoxylin eosin staining. × 60
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  • Fig. 12. Radiologically assessed changes in the regeneration of a tibial diaphyseal defect after a stable fixation with the Ilizarov apparatus: А at 2 weeks; B at 2 months; C at 6 months; D at 1 year after the surgery
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  • Fig. 13. Preservation of vascular links of the vascular systems in endosteal cortical regenerating bone fragments during their distraction (6 weeks after the surgery)
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  • Fig. 14. Formation of a cuneiform bone graft in the area of hypertrophic pseudoarthrosis in a patient with a fixed crural deformity existing for many years (distractional osteosynthesis with the Ilizarov apparatus)

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Оноприенко Г.А., Волошин В.П. Современные концепции процессов физиологического и репаративного остеогенеза. Альманах клинической медицины. 2017;45(2):79-79. https://doi.org/10.18786/2072-0505-2017-45-2-79-79

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Onoprienko G.A., Voloshin V.P. Сurrent concepts in physiological and reparative osteogenesis. Almanac of Clinical Medicine. 2017;45(2):79-79. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.18786/2072-0505-2017-45-2-79-79

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