Corpus ID: 34896943

Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound : A Guide in Rehabilitation of Soft Tissue Surgery Injuries

  title={Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound : A Guide in Rehabilitation of Soft Tissue Surgery Injuries},
  author={Debra A. Canapp},


Scintigraphic tracking of mesenchymal stem cells after portal, systemic intravenous and splenic administration in healthy beagle dogs.
  • M. Spriet, G. Hunt, N. Walker, D. Borjesson
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary radiology & ultrasound : the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association
  • 2015
Comparing portal, systemic intravenous and splenic injections for administration of mesenchymal stem cells to target the liver in healthy beagle dogs found splenic injection represents a good alternative to portal injection and scintigraphic tracking with 99mTc-HMPAO is a valuable technique for assessing mesenchyal stem Cells distribution and quantification shortly after administration. Expand
Spinal Cord Ependymal Responses to Naturally Occurring Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in Dogs
Enhanced GFAP expression and changes in E-cadherin expression patterns support additional studies to evaluate the canine SEL as a source of endogenous neural precursors that may be modulated for future clinical interventions after SCI. Expand
Acupoint Injection of Autologous Stromal Vascular Fraction and Allogeneic Adipose-Derived Stem Cells to Treat Hip Dysplasia in Dogs
Results show that autologous SVF or allogeneic ASCs can be safely used in acupoint injection for treating hip dysplasia in dogs and represent an important therapeutic alternative for this type of pathology. Expand
Evaluation of adverse reactions in dogs following intravenous mesenchymal stem cell transplantation
The presence of pulmonary edema and hemorrhage are considered as possible adverse reactions after intravenous MSCs transplantation; however these results should be cautiously interpreted. Expand
Stem Cells in Canine Spinal Cord Injury – Promise for Regenerative Therapy in a Large Animal Model of Human Disease
Canines are a promising model that may help bridge the gap between translational research and human clinical trials and it is concluded here that stem cell interventions are aPromising avenue for the treatment of spinal cord injury. Expand
The Anti-inflammatory and Matrix Restorative Mechanisms of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Osteoarthritis
Results indicate that PRP acts to stimulate endogenous HA production and decrease cartilage catabolism, and support its use in OA joints to reduce pain and modulate the disease process. Expand
The Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma Formulations and Blood Products on Human Synoviocytes
Treatment of synovial cells with LR-PRP and RBCs resulted in significant cell death and proinflammatory mediator production and Clinicians should consider using leukocyte-poor, RBC-free formulations of PRP when administering intra-articularly. Expand
Use of Autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cells Derived from Bone Marrow for the Treatment of Naturally Injured Spinal Cord in Dogs
The results indicate that MSC are potential candidates for the stem cell therapy following spinal cord injury, and a remarkable clinical amelioration accompanied by improved movement is observed in three of the four dogs. Expand
Controlled, blinded force platform analysis of the effect of intraarticular injection of autologous adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells associated to PRGF-Endoret in osteoarthritic dogs
This study objectively demonstrated that intraarticular ADMSC therapy resulted in reduced lameness due to OA. Expand
Biologic approaches to enhance rotator cuff healing after injury.
Use of growth factors, stem cell therapy, and other tissue-engineering means serve to augment classical surgical rotator cuff repair procedures, reflecting paucity of research in this field. Expand