osteochondral graft

osteochondral graft

[-kon′drəl]
a transplant containing both bone and cartilage.
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Osteochondral graft plugs are cylinders of cartilage with underlying bone that are autologous or allogeneic.
In one study accomplished by Takeshi and coworkers, they concluded that to obtain better results it is necessary that the osteochondral graft be as large as lesions [16].
Gole and colleagues reported load-bearing of an osteochondral graft has positive effects on cell viability, suggesting grafts placed in weightbearing regions will perform better than those in other locations.
Hangody L, Kish G, Karpati Z, Udvarhelyi I, Szerb I, Bely M: Autogenous osteochondral graft technique for replacing knee cartilage defects in dogs.
The companies said the foundation will focus on the processing technologies and the promotion of the beneficial uses of joint restoration allograft tissue, including fresh osteochondral grafts, tendons, osteotomy wedges and meniscus.
A high rate of success is possible by simply converting to a total knee arthroplasty if osteochondral grafts fail.
Chondrocyte viability is higher after prolonged storage at 37 degrees C than at 4 degrees C for osteochondral grafts.
The Company continues to see increases in procurement, which in turn have resulted in continuing strength in the area of non-bone tendons for ACL reconstruction surgeries and in osteochondral grafts.
Commenced shipments of fresh osteochondral grafts, which is exceeding expectations
The Company continues to see strength in the area of non-bone tendons for ACL reconstructions and in the area of osteochondral grafts.
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