Clinical use of stem cells in orthopaedics part 72

Stem cell 2

 

Cell therapy for osteoarthritis holds greater potential for stem cell therapy because of its  larger pool of patients and irreversible nature  of disease progression. In addition to a need for controlled studies to prove long-term efficacy, its mode of action should be defined on whether the injected cells  actually differentiate into articular chondrocytes or merely exert paracrine effects. Paucity of clinical reports makes it difficult to provide a perspective on the stem cell therapy for tendon disease. Further studies are necessary which will corroborate the results of a few currently available reports.

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