Regenerative Biomaterials: A Review

@article{Banyard2015RegenerativeBA,
  title={Regenerative Biomaterials: A Review},
  author={Derek A. Banyard and Jenna Martin Bourgeois and Alan D. Widgerow and Gregory R. D. Evans},
  journal={Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery},
  year={2015},
  volume={135},
  pages={1740–1748}
}
Summary: The authors present a review of biomaterials, substances traditionally derived from human or animal tissue or, more recently, biodegradable synthetics modeled after naturally occurring resources. These constructs differ from purely synthetic materials in that they are degraded or incorporated into a host’s tissue. These biomaterials include a diverse array of medical products, such as acellular dermal matrix, bone substitutes, and injectables. In this review, the authors examine… Expand
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