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IMAJ | volume 25

Journal 11, November 2023
pages: 769-770

Enhanced bone healing and immunomodulation

1 School of Humanities, University of New England, Armidale, and University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia 2 Castlereagh Radiology, Sydney, Australia


There are numerous experimental studies on the effect of immune modulation on the skeleton but few clinical ones.

In this letter, we supplement the previous information on enhanced bone healing. A new branch of medicine, osteoimmunology, describes fracture healing as an active immune system process evolving in a cascade of repairs.

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