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The company has developed and patented a novel therapeutic approach for the prevention and reversal of adhesions or scar tissue, a worldwide problem that occurs in 93% of surgeries.
The GMT genes alone reduced the amount of scar tissue by half compared to animals that did not receive the genes, and there were more heart muscle cells in the animals that were treated with GMT.
Using ultrasound imaging, the scar tissue is identified and a small instrument about the size of a toothpick is inserted into the damaged tendon.
An MRI on Navarro's injured arm revealed scar tissue inflammation and he'll be injected with a cortisone shot today.
We're glad he did because when they went in with the probe they found a small amount of scar tissue which was cleared.
When both the epidermis and dermis are injured, tough fibrous scar tissue forms in the place of skin.
Washington, May 24 (ANI): A team of researchers at Stanford University have developed a special wound dressing that they report was able to significantly reduce scar tissue caused by incisions.
Peyronie's Disease is caused by the build up of scar tissue in the penis.
Isik says that his work doesn't yet show whether the bone marrow-derived cells actually help skin to regenerate or simply promote the formation of scar tissue, an inferior substitute for normal skin.
Subtotal excision of the scar tissue was performed in a manner that left the shape and thickness of the ear as close to its original state as possible.