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Femoral Trochlea

Osteochondral Allografts

Overview

Features and Benefits

Research and Articles

Surgical Techniques and Instrumentation

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Osteochondral Allografts

Overview

Cartilage defects and bone malformation of the femoral trochlea can be especially challenging.  As the largest provider of fresh osteochondral allografts, JRF Ortho is uniquely able to offer timely and viable osteochondral allograft solution for these challenging joint defects. The femoral trochlea allograft achieves resurfacing of cartilage defects with mature hyaline cartilage and bone and can be matched with a patella for bi-polar joint repairs.

Studies show that fresh osteochondral allografts transplanted with viable chondrocytes have significant functional and clinical advantages.

Features and Benefits

  • Processed in an aseptic environment by highly trained processing technicians
  • After processing, the grafts are refrigerated in JRF Ortho’s unique nutrient media with antibiotic that has been shown to maintain cartilage viability during refrigerated storage
  • Studies show that fresh osteochondral allografts transplanted with high chondrocyte viability have significant functional and clinical outcomes.
  • Comprehensive inspection criteria to detect allograft imperfections, tissue and cartilage quality
  • Detailed dissection sheets for each individual graft provide the surgeon a photo of the specific graft with all recorded measurements and notations of any slight imperfections that may be present
  • Fresh trochlea allografts are available on request and can be radiographically size-matched to the individual patient
  • Packaging is clearly labeled with expiration date and storage instructions

Research and Articles

  • Fresh Osteochondral Allografts
    Click HERE for abstract
  • Cartilage Defects of the Femoral Trochlea
    Click HERE for abstract
  • Fresh Osteochondral Allograft Transplantation for Bipolar Reciprocal Osteochondral Lesions of the Knee
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  • Vascularized Osteochondral Graft from the Medial Femoral Trochlea: Anatomical Study and Clinical Perspectives
    Click HERE for abstract
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