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In presenza di lesioni condrali, un’opzione terapeutica è offerta dall’ingegneria tissutale, e principalmente dall’impianto di condrociti. L’uso di “scaffold” porosi e riassorbibili consente la migrazione, l’adesione e la proliferazione dei condrociti e la conseguente rigenerazione del tessuto...
Autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI) has demonstrated a high rate of clinical success despite a considerable number of complications. The second-generation ACI techniques require three-dimensional scaffolds. Midterm studies have demonstrated comparable results to ACI, yet with a decreased...
The menisci plays a key role in the knee joint. Meniscal tears are the most common knee injuries. It is none that complete or partial meniscectomy predispose the knee to degenerative joint disease. However, artrhoscopic meniscectomy remains the most frequently perform orthopaedic procedure....
Severe flexor tendon injuries in the hand still represent a challenge for the surgeon. Several solutions have been proposed to avoid these problems: better suture techniques, even with mechanical systems, and the use of biotechnologies as barrier agents against scar formation both in primary...
Soft-tissues defects of the hand still represent a surgical challenge for plastic surgeons, due to paucity of local tissues, especially in case of post-traumatic extended wounds. Up to now, many surgical reconstructions have been proposed, such as skin grafts, local o free flaps and dermal...
The Author reports his 7 years’ experience of treatment of more than 200 cases of non union with different sizes of bone defect. The study of the patient and of the non union are the starting point for the correct application of AO principles: compression, tension band, bone graft and osteotomies.
The effectiveness of tibial osteotomy for the treatment of varus gonarthrosis has been widely discussed in the literature, while works reporting its role in the correction of constitutional or acquired post-traumatic valgus deformities are less numerous, if not rare. We present the study of 16...
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