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Cartilage Injuries Clinical Trials

A listing of Cartilage Injuries medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (10) clinical trials

This clinical study is researching a new technology to treat a specific type of knee cartilage injuries. The study is comparing their product and technique to a standardized and regularly performed procedure. Patients who qualify for this trial will receive all study related medication and care at no cost to ...

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Reparation of Cartilage Injuries in the Human Knee by Implantation of Fresh Human Allogenic Chondrocytes

Implantation of fresh human allogenic chondrocytes in human knee cartilage injuries to obtain a repair and prevention of secondary osteoarthritis

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A Follow-up Study of CARTISTEM Versus Microfracture

This is a multi-center, medium/long-term follow-up study of CARTISTEM® versus Microfracture for the treatment of knee articular cartilage injury or defect. The study is phase III, and designed to evaluate the efficacy and the safety of CARTISTEM® originated from the mesenchymal stem cell.


Efficacy and Safety Study of Intra-Articular Injections of Autologous Peripheral Blood Stem Cells Following Subchondral Drilling Surgery for the Treatment of Articular Cartilage Injury in the Knee

This is a 24-month, multicenter, randomized, open-label, standard treatment-controlled, parallel-group, Phase 2 study for adults with large or complicated knee articular cartilage lesions and are candidates for knee joint cartilage repair surgery. The safety and efficacy of intra-articular injections of peripheral blood stem cells (PBSCs) together with hyaluronic acid (HA) ...


Synovium Brushing to Augmented Microfracture for Improved Cartilage Repair

The synovium is a rich source of potent chondrogenic mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs). Gaining access to this valuable source of regenerative cells could improve the outcome of joint restorative procedures. To avoid costly two-stage procedures and ex vivo manipulation, exploiting these autologous cells in a minimally invasive way with minimal ...

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Norwegian Cartilage Project - Microfracture

Focal cartilage defects in the knee - A randomized controlled trial comparing arthroscopic microfracture with arthroscopic debridement. Clinical compare the effect of arthroscopic microfracture (MF) with arthroscopic debridement (AD) in patients with symptomatic full thickness knee cartilage injuries less than 2cm2. Focal cartilage injuries in the knee might have devastating ...

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Autologous Cartilage Implantation vs Arthroscopic Debridement

Details Focal cartilage defects in the knee - A randomized controlled trial comparing Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation with arthroscopic debridement Clinical Compare the effect of Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) with arthroscopic debridement (AD) in patients with symptomatic full thickness knee cartilage injuries larger than 2cm2. Focal cartilage injuries in the knee ...

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Impact of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Knee Osteoarthritis

Many patients with osteoarthritis of the knee fail non-operative measures and elect to have knee arthroplasty to improve their quality of life. If successful, intra-articular mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) injections into the knee may offer another viable non-operative treatment modality. Additionally, this modality may have reparative or regenerative potential, which ...


Effectiveness of Autologous Adipose-derived Stem Cells in the Treatment of Knee Cartilage Injury

The patients who will underwent high tibial osteotomy were randomly divided into the experimental group and the control group. Abdominal fat extraction before operation in experimental group to prepare Adipose-derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell Gel, while the control group only underwent high tibial osteotomy. One month after operation, the experimental group ...


This is a Prospective Evaluation of ProChondrix CR for the Repair of Articular Cartilage Defects on the Femoral Condyle and Patella

The purpose of this clinical study is to evaluate the use of ProChondrix Cryopreserved Osteochondral Allograft to obtain evidence of effectiveness, defined as an improvement in physical function and pain, when used on a symptomatic cartilage defect on the femoral condyle or patella in a mechanically stable knee.

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