An innovative biological cartilage repair method for treating chondral and osteochondral defects in the talus.
- A minimally invasive, one-step surgical technique for the treatment of chondral and osteochondral lesions larger than 1 cm2.1,2
- Based on microfracturing, the established first-line treatment
- Natural protection of the super clot resulting from Chondro-Gide®’s unique bilayer structure
- Positive influence on chondrogenic cell differentiation through Chondro-Gide®.3,4
- Marked reduction in discomfort, even after resumption of sports activities
- Promising clinical results
- Straightforward, cost-efficient surgical technique
AMIC® Talus - Surgical Technique Prof. Victor Valderrabano
AMIC® Talus - Animation
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- Dickhut A, Martin K, Lauinger R, Heisel C, Richter W. Chondrogenesis of human mesenchymal stem cells by local TGF-ß delivery in a biphasic resorbable carrier. Tissue Eng Part A. 2010 Feb;16(2):453-64.