osteochondral


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osteochondral

n. osteocondral, rel. a o compuesto de hueso y cartílago.
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Episurf Medical AB (STO:EPISB), a provider of minimally invasive and personalised treatment alternatives for people with painful joint injuries, announced on Wednesday the initiation of the development of a new line of personalised Episealer implant products intended for osteochondral lesions of the talus bone in the ankle joint.
The majority of osteochondral lesions (OCLs) of the ankle occur in the talus.
The most common diagnoses obtained by MRI included chronic injuries to the lateral ankle ligaments, talus osteochondral defects, and Achilles tendinosis.
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The issues with regard to the isolated ACL injuries is that over the time there is increase in associated medial meniscus injury and osteochondral defects leading to secondary osteoarthritis.
Existing models to study cartilage, to test biomaterials or therapies for cartilage repair can be classified into three groups: cell seeded biomaterials under free swelling conditions, cartilage-only models, and osteochondral models.
The global knee cartilage repair market segmentation is based on procedure types (arthroscopic chondroplasty, autologous chondrocyte implantation, cell-based cartilage resurfacing, implants transplant, microfracture, and osteochondral grafts transplantation, etc.
Orthopedic surgeons from North America, Europe, and Asia describe the indications, contraindications, physical findings, patient selection, imaging, equipment, positioning and portals, step-by-step procedures, postoperative protocols, potential complications, and technical pearls for surgery of osteochondral lesions of the talar dome, ankle stabilization, diagnostic subtalar arthroscopy, arthrodesis, tendinopathy, and fractures.
Osteochondral tissue is characterized by a gradual transition from cartilage to bone in both physical and chemical properties (e.