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23 Oct Mesenchymal Stem Cell Transplantation for Tissue Repair in Sarasota Florida | Tampa | Orlando | For knee and hip arthritis | Alternative to surgery

There are several characteristics of stem cells that make them unique in comparison with other mammalian cells. First, they exist as unspecialized cells lacking tissue-specific characteristics and they maintain this undifferentiated phenotype until exposed to appropriate signals. Second, they have the capacity for extensive self-renewal....

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23 Oct Enhancing Chondrogenic Phenotype for Cartilage Tissue Engineering: Articular Chondrocytes with Mesenchymal Stem Cells. | Tampa Bay | Sarasota | Florida

Articular cartilage exhibits an inherently low rate of regeneration. Consequently, damage to articular cartilage often requires surgical intervention. However, existing treatments generally result in the formation of fibrocartilage tissue, which is inferior to native articular cartilage. As a result, cartilage engineering strategies seek to repair...

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23 Oct Non surgical Options to Hip Replacement Surgery.

Non surgical Options to Hip Replacement Surgery. In patients with advanced hip arthritis, doctors may suggest a  total hip replacement (arthroplasty) or a hip resurfacing. Both of these procedures are replacing something in the hip joint. The big difference is how much is being replaced. In hip resurfacing a prosthetic...

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17 Oct Driving Cartilage Formation with Human Adipose-Derived Stem Cell’s. | Sarasota Doctor treats Arthritis with stem cells to regrow cartilage. | Tampa | Orlando | Venice | Bradenton

An attractive cell source for cartilage tissue engineering, human adipose-derived stem cells (hASCs) can be easily expanded and signaled to differentiate into chondrocytes. This study explores the influence of growth factor distribution and release kinetics on cartilage formation within 3D hASC constructs incorporated with transforming...

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SHOULDER POSTERIOR INTERNAL IMPINGEMENT IN THE OVERHEAD ATHLETE Abstract Posterior internal impingement (PII) of the glenohumeral joint is a common cause of shoulder complex pain in the overhead athlete. This impingement is very different from standard outlet impingement seen in shoulder patients. Internal impingement is characterized by...

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