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Periosteal Resurfacing of Knee Chondral Injuries and Arthritis

- see: autologous hamstring resurfacing arthroplasty

- References:

      - Technical considerations in periosteal grafting for osteochondral injuries.
      - [Combination of microfracture and periosteal transplantation techniques for the treatment of full-thickness cartilage defects]
      - Fresh bone marrow and periosteum transplantation for cartilage defects of the knee.
      - A retrospective analysis of two independent prospective cartilage repair studies: autogenous perichondrial grafting versus subchondral drilling 10 years post-surgery
      - Perichondral grafting for cartilage lesions of the knee.
      - Histological and biochemical evaluation of perichondrial transplants in human articular cartilage defects
      - Long-term results of rib perichondrial grafts for repair of cartilage defects in the human knee.
      - [Repair of cartilage defect of knee joints with free periosteal autograft]
      - [Long-term clinical observation on the repair of large articular cartilage defects of the hip and the knee with free autogeneous periosteum]
      - Glued periosteal grafts in the knee.
      - Durability of regenerated articular cartilage produced by free autogenous periosteal grafts in major full-thickness defects in joint surfaces under the influence of continuous passive motion. A follow-up report at one year.
      - The chondrogenic potential of free autogenous periosteal grafts for biological resurfacing of major full-thickness defects in joint surfaces under the influence of continuous passive motion. An experimental investigation in the rabbit.
      - The repair of major osteochondral defects in joint surfaces by neochondrogenesis with autogenous osteoperiosteal grafts stimulated by continuous passive motion. An experimental investigation in the rabbit.
      - The induction of neochondrogenesis in free intra-articular periosteal autografts under the influence of continuous passive motion. An experimental investigation in the rabbit.
      - Neochondrogenesis in free intraarticular periosteal autografts in an immobilized and paralyzed limb. An experimental investigation in the rabbit..
      - Comparative study of the reconstruction of articular cartilage defects with free costal perichondrial grafts and free tibial periosteal grafts: an experimental study on rabbits.
      - Biologic resurfacing of a major joint defect with cryopreserved allogeneic periosteum under the influence of continuous passive motion in a rabbit model.
      - [Combination of microfracture and periosteal transplantation techniques for the treatment of full-thickness cartilage defects]
      - Articular cartilage defects in a rabbit model, retention rate of periosteal flap cover
      - The results of autogenous tibial periosteal transplants for full thickness cartilage defects in the knee joints of pigs.
      - Repair of cartilage defect in joint with transplantation of cryopreserved homologous embryonic periosfeum of rabbits
      - Reconstruction of patellar cartilage defects with free periosteal grafts. An experimental study.
      - Combination of microfracture and periostal-flap for the treatment of focal full thickness articular cartilage lesions of the shoulder: a prospective study.
      - Autologous periosteum transplantation for the treatment of full thickness patellar cartilage defects.
      - Periosteal transplantation to the rabbit patella
      - Superior results with continuous passive motion compared to active motion after periosteal transplantation. A retrospective study of human patella cartilage defect treatment.
      - Treatment of tear of the anterior cruciate ligament combined with localised deep cartilage defects in the knee with ligament reconstruction and autologous periosteum transplantation.
      - Treatment of deep cartilage defects of the patella with periosteal transplantation.
      - Human periosteum-derived cells from elderly patients as a source for cartilage tissue engineering?
      - Human periosteum-derived cells maintain phenotypic stability and chondrogenic potential throughout expansion regardless of donor age.
      - Reconstruction of the patellar articulation with periosteal grafts. 4-year follow-up of 13 cases.
      - Restoration of Injured or Degenerated Articular Cartilage
      - Cartilage Regeneration and Repair, Where Are We? A Review of the Proceedings of the International Cartilage Repair Society's Second Symposium
      - Quantitative and morphological observations on the ultrastructure of articular tissue generated from free periosteal grafts. 
      - Cartilage resurfacing of the rabbit knee: The use of an allogeneic demineralized bone matrix-autogeneic perichondrium composite implant
      - Transplantation of free tibial periosteal grafts for the repair of articular cartilage defect: An experimental study
      - The effects of hyaluronan and periosteal grafting for articular cartilage defects in rabbit knees-An pathological and biochemical study.
      - Periosteal transplantation in the treatment of osteochondritis dissecans
      - The use of polylactic acid matrix and periosteal grafts for the reconstruction of rabbit knee articular defects
      - THE EFFECTS OF HYALURONAN ON THE PERIOSTEAL GRAFTING FOR FULL-THICKNESS DEFECT IN ARTICULAR CARTILAGE
      - Effects of Continuous Active Motion on The Repair of Articular Cartilage Defects with Free Periosteal Grafts
      - Static indentation test for neocartilage surface hardness in repair of periosteal articular cartilage defects
      - Localization of chondrocyte precursors in periosteum 
      - Chondrogenic transdifferentiation of human dermal fibroblasts stimulated with cartilage derived morphogenetic protein1.
      - Human periosteum-derived cells maintain phenotypic stability and chondrogenic potential throughout expansion regardless of donor age.




Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Thursday, January 10, 2013 4:10 pm