osteochondral


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osteochondral

n. osteocondral, rel. a o compuesto de hueso y cartílago.
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Ball et al., "Prolonged storage effects on the articular cartilage of fresh human osteochondral allografts," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery A, vol.
In addition to in vitro study, PAMPS gel was shown to induce in vivo cartilage regeneration in a large osteochondral defect of the rabbit [46].
After implanted into osteochondral defects, bioglass directly combines with the host tissue, playing the role of tissue repairing and restoring.
Regulating the presentation of certain signals in three-dimensional space may be a key to engineering complex tissues, such as repairing osteochondral defects, damaged cartilage and bone in osteoarthritic joints, Alsberg said.
In 16 chapters, researchers working in biochemistry, biotechnology, and other areas in Europe, India, Argentina, South Africa, and the US discuss the potentiometric PVC (polyvinylchloride) membrane sensors using different approaches; current surgical interventions to treat osteochondral defects, including nanomaterials developed for osteochondral regeneration; the principles of regenerative medicine, the electrospinning process for the production of nanofibers, and advances in polymeric nanofibers in regenerative medicine; anticancer and antiviral/antibacterial agents and nucleic acids in delivery nanotechnology systems; and techniques for drug encapsulation, their stimuli-controlled release, passive skin permeation, and transdermal drug administration mechanisms.
Autologous chondrocyte transplantation in osteochondral lesion of the ankle joint.
This technology can provide Veterinary medicine with cell based and related biological therapies for safe and effective treatment of osteoarthritis, tendinopathies, ligament injuries, suspensory desmitis, neurological conditions, osteochondral defects, fracture repair, chronic kidney diseases, chronic wound healing and congestive heart failure.
Hematoma in the space of Poirier was evacuated, and a small osteochondral fracture of lunate was identified in addition to complete dislocation of lunate.
BARCELONA -- A cartilage transplant procedure known as osteochondral allografting for femoral condyle lesions eased pain and improved function in the majority of patients, with grafts lasting as long as 20 years in more than half the recipients studied, according to Dr.
It may be possible, though unlikely, to achieve closed reduction of this type of injury, which may increase the risk of iatrogenic osteochondral lesions (6).
Those abnormalities include spinal canal and/or intervertebral foramen narrowing caused by deformation of an intervertebral disk and ligamentum flavum, dysfunction of a facet joint apparent in KMRI of the lumbar spine, ligament dysfunction and meniscus deformation apparent in KMRI of the knee, and tendon dysfunction, impingement syndromes, osteochondral defects, and loose bodies apparent in KMRI of the ankle.