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lesions of the talar dome: current concepts review.
Levy used data from the Scripps Clinic's osteochondral
allografting (OCA) outcomes program, which has information on 614 OCA knee transplantations in 536 patients.
As with osteochondral
lesions, ankle radiographs may fail to identify talus fractures.
Those KMRI images make possible a detailed depiction of abnormalities derived from varying joints or spinal column postures, including spinal canal and/or intervertebral foramen narrowing and dysfunction of a facet joint apparent in lumbar spine KMRI, ligament dysfunction and meniscus deformation apparent in knee KMRI, and impingement syndromes, osteochondral
defects, and loose bodies apparent in ankle KMRI.
Large animal models (equine) with thicker articular cartilage allow the study of both partial-thickness and full-thickness chondral repair, as well as of osteochondral
repair (Hangody L et al.
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 .
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.