Application of the basic brown for the experimental evaluation of the hyaline cartilage regeneration


  • S.V. Vernygorodskyi
  • M.V. Rybinskyi
Keywords: plasma-enriched platelets, cartilage defect, cartilage matrix, experiment

Abstract

This article proposes a new approach to the evaluation of the structure of hyaline cartilage, as well as ways to evaluate its regeneration under different conditions. It was shown that the regenerative process, stimulated by the use of autologous platelet-rich plasma, is clearly observed when subchondral plate is damaged and qualitatively manifested by the use of the basic brown coloration of histological specimens.

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Published
2017-10-27
How to Cite
Vernygorodskyi, S., & Rybinskyi, M. (2017). Application of the basic brown for the experimental evaluation of the hyaline cartilage regeneration. Reports of Morphology, 23(2), 178-181. Retrieved from https://morphology-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/42
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATIONS