Platelet Gel Enhances Tissue GrowthJune 26th, 2012
Every time I read a paper outlining a medical procedure, I’m reminded (as if I needed it!) that I’m not a doctor. I need a medical dictionary just to get through a sentence. I mean, do you know what “dysembryoplastic osteolytic lesions” means? Notwithstanding that lack of detailed knowledge, I am able to get the gist of things, most of the time. For example, this paper outlines the topical application of a platelet/cryoprecipitate mix to encourage tissue growth. The platelet gel is created by blending cryoprecipitate generated by a quick freeze then an overnight thaw in the blood bank refrigerator.
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