Sports medicine & Kinesiology

High-grade acetabular cartilage lesions versus low-grade lesions

Patients undergoing hip arthroscopy with high-grade cartilage damage do not see as positive results compared with patients with lower grade cartilage damage, according to research reported today at the American Orthopedic ...

Biomedical technology

New biosealant can stabilize cartilage, promote healing after injury

A new biosealant therapy may help to stabilize injuries that cause cartilage to break down, paving the way for a future fix or—even better—begin working right away with new cells to enhance healing, according to a new ...

Arthritis & Rheumatism

Cartilage matrix as natural biomaterial for cartilage regeneration

Just a few millimeters thick, articular cartilage plays a crucial role in our musculoskeletal system, since it is responsible for smooth (in the truest sense of the word) movement. However, the downside of its particular ...

Arthritis & Rheumatism

3-D bioprinting constructs for cartilage regeneration

Cartilage injury is a common cause of joint dysfunction and existing joint prostheses cannot remodel with host joint tissue. However, it is challenging to develop large-scale biomimetic anisotropic constructs that structurally ...

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