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Amniotic skin substitute

Rita Singh, Durgeshwer Singh, Antaryami Singh
Tissue substitutes are required in a number of clinical conditions for treatment of injured and diseased tissues. Tissues like bone, skin, amniotic membrane and soft tissues obtained from human donor can be used for repair or reconstruction of the injured part of the body. Allograft tissues from human donor provide an excellent alternative to autografts. However, major concern with the use of allografts is the risk of infectious disease transmission. Therefore, tissue allografts should be sterilized to make them safe for clinical use...
April 28, 2016: World Journal of Radiology
Mahnaz Mahmoudi Rad, Fereshteh Talebpour Amiri, Mehri Mirhoseini, Maryam Ghasemi, Mansooreh Mirzaei, Nariman Mosaffa
OBJECTIVE: Utilization of the autologous and allogeneic skin substitutes seems to be a promising treatment option. In this study, the authors used amniotic membrane covered with cultured allogenic fibroblast as a skin substitute in the treatment of acute wounds. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Full-thickness wounds were created on rats' dorsum regions and treated with cultured allogenic fibroblast on an acellular amniotic membrane (AAM+F), an acellular amniotic membrane (AAM) alone, an allogenic fibroblast suspension (AFS), or normal saline as a control (C)...
January 2016: Wounds: a Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice
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