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Mar24
17

Arthroscopic Treatment for Shoulder Instability with Glenoid Bone Loss Using Distal Tibia Allograft

Arthroscopic stabilization of the shoulder w/ distal tibial allograft augmentation shows promise at mean f/up 17.4 mos post-op. 

Mar09
17

Festus Ezeli’s knee surgery to involve donated tissue

Portland Trail Blazers center Festus Ezeli is expected to undergo a surgical procedure on his left knee next week. The procedure will involve the use of a cadaver donor, league sources said. Ezeli has sought a donor for months, sources said, but because of his 6-foot-11 stature, finding a matching donor was problematic. The surgery was scheduled when a donor was recently submitted, sources said.

Feb16
17

Bio-Uni Success Story Using a JRF allograft.

April was a good candidate for a new procedure, a graft of bone and cartilage together called a BioUni. Dr. Wright used a small piece of donor bone.

Nov01
16

Using the Nose to Repair the Knee?

The procedure itself was a mini-arthrotomy, during which the area of the defect was debrided to expose the subchondral bone. After being trimmed to fit the defect, the graft was placed with the cell layer facing the subchondral bone and secured by sutures and fibrin glue. Patients were required to immobilize the joint in extension for the subsequent 2 weeks.

Aug01
16

Osteochondral allograft transplantation effective for treating knee cartilage injuries

For athletes and highly active patients who sustain cartilage injuries to their knee, an osteochondral allograft transplantation can be a successful treatment option, according to new research. The study showed these patients were consistently able to return to sport or recreational activities after the surgery, though frequently at a lower activity level.

Jul26
16

Procedures to repair knee cartilage show promise in treating patients over 40

Patients who have cartilage damage in their knees often experience pain and are unable to engage in sports and other activities they enjoy. Two studies at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) find that cartilage restoration procedures are a viable treatment option for patients over 40 years old.