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Reparación del Cartílago

BONE MARROW MESENCCHYMAL STEM CELLS FOR CARTILAGE REPAIR

Konrad Slynarski,Jaroslaw Deszczynski

Células madre de la médula para la reparación del cartílago.

Puntos principales

La médula osea es una materia fácilmente alcanzable con un potencial para estimular la regeneración de la articulación del cartílago. La implantación de médula dentro de las lesiones condrales es un proceso relativamente fácil, lo cual no necesita manipulación adicional fuera del quirófano y hace posible alcanzar una reparación estable y duradera de la lesión.

Bone marrow is an easily available material with a potential for stimulating regeneration of the articular cartilage. Implanting bone marrow into the site of the chondral defect is a relatively easy procedure, which does not require additional manipulation outside the operating theatre, and makes it possible to obtain stable and lasting cartilage repair at the site of defect.

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