ARTHROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF EQUINE FULL-THICKNESS CHONDRAL DEFECTS WITH CONSTRUCTS OF COLLAGEN ENCAPSULATED CELLS

Autores/as

  • G Lombardero
  • C Velasquillo
  • E Aburto
  • H Villegas
  • E Morales
  • M Masri
  • V Martínez
  • R Gómez
  • T Chávez
  • C Ibarra

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.19136/era.a27n2.134

Palabras clave:

Chondral defect, arthroscopic implant, construct, tissue engineering

Resumen

A full-thickness chondral defect in the stifle joint of eight mares was treated by perforation of the subchondral bone. In addition, the experimental group received an arthroscopic implant of a tissue-engineered construct. The objective was the arthroscopic evaluation of the quality of the repair tissue, six months after the treatments. The experimental group presented a statistically significant (p = 0.001) improvement in the repair tissue.

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2014-06-11

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Lombardero, G., Velasquillo, C., Aburto, E., Villegas, H., Morales, E., Masri, M., Martínez, V., Gómez, R., Chávez, T., & Ibarra, C. (2014). ARTHROSCOPIC TREATMENT OF EQUINE FULL-THICKNESS CHONDRAL DEFECTS WITH CONSTRUCTS OF COLLAGEN ENCAPSULATED CELLS. Ecosistemas Y Recursos Agropecuarios, 27(2). https://doi.org/10.19136/era.a27n2.134

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