fibrous encapsulation

fibrous encapsulation

(fīb´rəs enkap´səlā´shən),
n the fibrous connective tissue layer that forms between the implant and surrounding bone as the final stage in the healing process.
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Surgeons have been seeking an all PEEK fusion solution that leads to direct bone apposition instead of fibrous encapsulation," said Tim Nash, Vertera Spine board director with over 20 years experience in the spine and orthopedics industries.
The data also show complete fibrous encapsulation of the MitraClip device with organized, endocardial tissue growth demonstrating complete healing and incorporation of the implant within the native mitral valve.
The peptide technology, if successful, would prevent blockage that's caused by clotting induced by implantation of synthetic materials, thus enhancing tissue integration and reducing inflammation and fibrous encapsulation.