Osteochondral allograft transplantation is considered an excellent option for patients with varying sizes of articular damage. Fresh-storage in a specific nutrient media removes the risk of the graft exhibiting diminished cell viability and matrix degeneration due to freezing. Allograft suitability is determined via multiple microbial cultures used to detect potential contamination. Osteochondral allografts contain viable chondrocytes as a result of strict recovery and processing; and are patient matched using relevant MRI and X-Ray scans. All osteochondral grafts are 100% allograft and over time, will incorporate to become part of the patient’s own tissue.
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