By A. Keating (Editor), K. Dicke (Editor), N. Gorin (Editor), R. Weber (Editor), H. Graf (Editor)
This publication provides an up-to-date evaluate of the cutting-edge in regenerative cellphone remedy within the fields of cardiology, hematology, pediatrics, neurology, orthopedics and infectious ailments. The ebook emphasizes clinical advances as facts of idea in telephone remedy in line with the revolutionizing statement that regeneration can take place through the physique even in hugely differentiated organs just like the center and the neuronal process. It presents examples of breakthroughs within the scientific implementation of grownup stem telephone treatment.
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1 Introduction The management of patients with heart failure is receiving a continuously growing interest because of the increased prevalence (approximately 5 million United States citizens) and incidence (400,000± 600,000 new patients every year) of this condition. The magnitude of the problem is expected to be even further amplified in the forthcoming years because of the increased age of the population and the improved postinfarction survival rates resulting from recent pharmacological and interventional treatments.
The body is exposed to a variety of possible injuries from the time the fetus develops. Aside from congenital abnormalities, individuals may also suffer from acquired disorders such as cancer, trauma, infection, inflammation, iatrogenic injuries, or other conditions which may lead to organ damage or loss, requiring eventual reconstruction. The type of native autologous tissue chosen for replacement depends on which organ requires reconstruction. For example, patients with vaginal cancer may have the neoplastic tissue replaced with skin, small bowel, sigmoid colon, and rectum.
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Regenerative and Cell Therapy: Clinical Advances (Ernst Schering Research Foundation Workshop Supplement 11) by A. Keating (Editor), K. Dicke (Editor), N. Gorin (Editor), R. Weber (Editor), H. Graf (Editor)