Clinical use of stem cells in orthopaedics part 3

Stem cell 2

 

Orthopaedic medicine has traditionally benifited from innovations in other fields of science. Development of metal and chemical engineering in the early 20th century contributed to current orthopaedic practice, as various implants based on newly developed biomaterials were devised and applied to patients. Recent advances in regenerative medicine have opened a new horizon in orthopaedics and may in future shift the paradigm in clinical practice. Diseases currently managed by surgical treatment may be more effectively and more economically treated by less-invasive procedures, such as simple injection of cells.

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