PRP: more words than facts…

  title={PRP: more words than facts…},
  author={Giuseppe Filardo and Elizaveta Kon},
  journal={Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy},
The use of platelet concentrates is not a new concept in medicine, but it is relatively new for clinical applications in orthopaedics and sports medicine [9]. Interest in this biological approach has been aroused in these fields in recent years, after the comparative trial on the treatment of chronic elbow tendinosis published by Mishra et al. [6], which showed promising results, but even more so after anecdotal reports by the media at the beginning of 2009. This increasing interest is… CONTINUE READING


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