osteochondral


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osteochondral

/os·teo·chon·dral/ (-kon´dril) pertaining to bone and cartilage.

osteochondral

(ŏs″tē-ō-kŏn′drăl)
Concerning bone and cartilage.

osteochondral

pertaining to bone and cartilage.
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for his team's 15 years of research on optimizing the process and effectiveness of osteochondral allograft transplantation for cartilage repair.
60-62) MRI is more sensitive for detecting early osteochondral injury and should be obtained if there is any suspicion of defect on initial imaging.
My experience with allograft osteochondral grafting has been very encouraging.
Clinicians have successfully treated osteochondral knee defects with a biological scaffold of type I collagen and nanostructured hydroxyapatite (HA).
The PIR System, developed in conjunction with the not-for-profit Fellowship of Orthopaedic Researchers, is intended to treat patients with focal chondral and osteochondral defects of the medial femoral condyle of the knee.
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.
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).
demonstrated that bm-MSCs produced better repair of a tibial osteochondral defect when compared to a-MSCs.
Parents Emma Rawlins, 37, and Shaun Smyth, 38, were told she had a condition called Talus Osteochondral Defect, which meant she was missing a piece of bone and had no cartilage in her left ankle.
Methods which are used as biological resurfacing include: perichondrion transfer, periosteal transfer, osteochondral autograft and the recent autologous chondrocyte grafts [15].
A Special Control grade of DuPont's Zytel nylon is being used for components of a new collagen implant delivery device for the treatment of small osteochondral (cartilage and underlying bone) defects.