The use of human amnion/chorion membrane in the clinical setting for lower extremity repair: a review.

Abstract

Unsuccessful healing represents a significant medical dilemma for both patients and clinicians and create a financial burden on the health care system. Despite the efforts of physicians, many injuries fail to heal with standard care alone. For decades human amniotic membrane composed of both amnion and chorion has shown remarkable therapeutic potential, but… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cpm.2014.09.002

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@article{Zelen2015TheUO, title={The use of human amnion/chorion membrane in the clinical setting for lower extremity repair: a review.}, author={Charles M. Zelen and Robert Jay Snyder and Thomas E. Serena and William Ho-Cheung Li}, journal={Clinics in podiatric medicine and surgery}, year={2015}, volume={32 1}, pages={135-46} }