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(EurekAlert)   Bone growth inspired "microrobots" can create their own bone. You submitted this with a longer, yet less girthy headline   (eurekalert.org) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Bone, combination of materials, Materials science, research visit, pieces of soft connective tissue, growth of bones, use of any information, Edwin Jager  
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279 clicks; posted to STEM » on 17 Jan 2022 at 6:38 AM (18 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-01-17 8:36:49 AM  
Long and thin will get further in, but short and thick will do the trick.
 
2022-01-17 9:25:50 AM  
My daughter was diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia when she was 10 after seemingly spontaneously fracturing her femur. This technology would be a god send.
 
2022-01-17 11:24:58 AM  

GardenWeasel: My daughter was diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia when she was 10 after seemingly spontaneously fracturing her femur. This technology would be a god send.


Rough stuff. Is she still getting 'spontaneous' fractures?

/quotes not sarcastic
//they're there in the sense that the fractures may be sudden and/or from seemingly innocuous reasons
 
2022-01-17 11:29:13 AM  
Hey man, there's no R in bone
 
2022-01-17 12:41:45 PM  

Zik-Zak: GardenWeasel: My daughter was diagnosed with fibrous dysplasia when she was 10 after seemingly spontaneously fracturing her femur. This technology would be a god send.

Rough stuff. Is she still getting 'spontaneous' fractures?

/quotes not sarcastic
//they're there in the sense that the fractures may be sudden and/or from seemingly innocuous reasons


Thankfully, no. Her femur fractured during grade school when they were standing in line for lunch. Kid behind her stepped on her flip flop and made her trip. She didn't even fall down, but was in sudden excruciating pain.
 
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