Treating Severe Knee Osteoarthritis with Combination of Intra-Osseous and Intra-Articular Infiltrations of Platelet-Rich Plasma (Sánchez 2018)
Combination of intra-articular and intra-osseous infiltrations of PRP was not clinically superior at 2 months, but it showed superior clinical outcomes at 6 and 12 months when compared with intra-articular injections of PRP.
Combination of Intra-Articular and Intraosseous Injections of Platelet Rich Plasma for Severe Knee Osteoarthritis (Sánchez 2016)
Intra-articular injections combined with intraosseous infiltrations of platelet rich plasma reduce pain and mesenchymal stem cells in synovial fluid, besides significantly improving knee joint function in patients with severe knee osteoarthritis.
Arthroscopic management and platelet-rich plasma therapy for avascular necrosis of the hip (Guadilla 2012)
Arthroscopic management of avascular necrosis of the femoral head is viable and has signiﬁcant advantages. Clinical studies should justify the theoretical additional beneﬁts of this approach.
Hyaluronic Acid vs Platelet-Rich Plasma
Comparison Between Hyaluronic Acid and Platelet-Rich Plasma, Intra-articular Infiltration in the Treatment of Gonarthrosis
Platelet-rich plasma injections for the treatment of refractory Achilles tendinopathy
Chronic Achilles tendinopathy is responsible for a severe reduction in physical performance and persistent pain.
Bilateral traumatic rupture of Achilles tendons in absence of risk factors treated with percutaneous technique and platelet-rich plasma
We present a clinical case of a 52-year-old man with bilateral traumatic rupture of the Achilles tendon
(AT) in absence of risk factors.
A Prospective Series of Patients with Chronic Achilles Tendinopathy
A Prospective Series of Patients with Chronic Achilles Tendinopathy Treated with Autologous-conditioned Plasma Injections Combined with Exercise and Therapeutic Ultrasonography
Platelet-released growth factors enhance the secretion of hyaluronic acid and induce hepatocyte growth factor production by synovial fibroblasts from arthritic patients
Autologous platelet-secreted growth factors (GFs) may have therapeutic effects in osteoarthritis (OA) capsular joints via multiple mechanisms. Our aim was to examine the effect of a platelet-derived preparation rich in growth factors (PRGFs) in OA synovial cell biology.