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Current Surgical and Non-Surgical Techniques in Articular Cartilage Repair

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    When articular cartilage is damaged orthopedic intervention is required. Dr. Riley Williams, associate professor of orthopedic surgery at Weill Medical College, director of the institute for cartilage repair at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and a leading expert on cartilage repair, joins host Dr. Sherwin Ho to talk about current surgical and non-surgical techniques for repairing tissue. Find out also what Dr. Williams is learning from clinical trials on an updated version of an ACI procedure.

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    When articular cartilage is damaged orthopedic intervention is required. Dr. Riley Williams, associate professor of orthopedic surgery at Weill Medical College, director of the institute for cartilage repair at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and a leading expert on cartilage repair, joins host Dr. Sherwin Ho to talk about current surgical and non-surgical techniques for repairing tissue. Find out also what Dr. Williams is learning from clinical trials on an updated version of an ACI procedure.

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