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Author Hendrich, Christian.

Title Cartilage Surgery and Future Perspectives [electronic resource] / edited by Christian Hendrich, Ulrich N说h, Jochen Eulert.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2003.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xx, 204 pages 109 illustrations)
Contents Preface (Editors) -- Foreword (P.C. Johnson, USA) -- I) Basics: 1. Anatomy and physiology of cartilage (T. Aigner, Erlangen). 2. Cartilage damage and repair (C. Hendrich and J. Eulert, W赲zburg) -- II) Clinical Results: 3. Autologous chondrocyte transplantion -- long-term results (L. Peterson, Gothenburg, Sweden). 4. The EURACT-study -- clinical results (J. Grifka, Regensburg). 5. Clinical results of ACT using a collagen membrane instead of periost (M. Steinwachs, Freiburg). 6. Microfracturing vs. cell transplantation (E. Basad, Giessen). 7. Transplantation of osteochondral autografts (A. Werner, D赳seldorf) -- III) Tissue Engineering: 8. Introduction and concepts (M. Sittinger, Berlin) -- IV) Biomaterials: 9. Alginates (U. Zimmermann, W赲zburg). 10. Collagens and hyaluronic acid (H.F. Hildebrand, Lille, France). 11. Biodegradable polymers (H. Pistner, Erfurt) -- IV) Cells for Cartilage Repair: 12. Chondrocytes (Battmann, Giessen). 13. Quality Assurance of Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation (ACT) (W.K. Aicher, C. Gaissmaier and J. Fritz, T赢ingen). 14. Multipotent mesenchymal cells (U. N说h, W赲zburg) -- V) Experimental in vivo Results: 15. Chondrocytes and polymer-fleeces (M. Rudert, T赢ingen). 16. Chondrocytes and fibrin-glue (C. Perka, Berlin). 17. Chondrocytes and collagen-gels (U. Schneider, Aachen). 18. Mesenchymal stem cells on PLA-constructs (U. N说h, W赲zburg). 19. Chondrocytes vs. mesenchymal stem cells in alginate (C. Hendrich, W赲zburg) -- VI) Future Perspectives: 20. Tissue engineering in cartilage replacement -- future directions (R.S. Tuan, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA). 21. Photooxidized osteochondral transplants -- clinical prospectives -- advantages -- disadvantages (B. von Rechenberg, Z赲ich) -- Subject Index.
Summary The reconstruction of articular cartilage defects is still one of the major challenges for the orthopaedic surgeon. A variety of surgical techniques such as microfracturing, transplantation of osteochondral grafts and the autologeous chondrocyte transplantation have been developed over the last decades. Recent progress in material science and cell and tissue engineering has let to a worldwide increasing number of scientists working on cell-based articular cartilage repair strategies. In a workshop symposium held in W赲zburg, Germany, in November 2002 leading scientists from biomedical engineering, basic science and specialized surgeons discussed the state of the art in "Cartilage Surgery and Future Perspectives."
Other author N说h, Ulrich.
Eulert, Jochen.
Subject Medicine.
Orthopedics.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642190087 (electronic bk.)
3642190081 (electronic bk.)
9783540010548
3540010548
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-642-19008-7