Evaluation of Geometric Fidelity of Anatomically Shaped Tissue Engineered Meniscus

@inproceedings{Malone2009EvaluationOG,
  title={Evaluation of Geometric Fidelity of Anatomically Shaped Tissue Engineered Meniscus},
  author={Brandon M. Malone and Narjes Nakhostin Maher and I. C. Potter and Jonathan P. Wright and Jane E. G. Lipson and Bonassar},
  year={2009}
}
Ballyns, J J; Cohen, D L; Malone, E; Maher, S A; Potter, H G; Wright, T; Lipson, H; +Bonassar, L J +Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY Senior Author lb244@cornell.edu Introduction A great advantage of tissue engineering technologies lies in the ability to generate living implants in specific shapes[1-3]. This is of potential advantage for a tissue such as the meniscus, which has a complicated geometry that requires assessment of suitability for allograft… CONTINUE READING

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