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Autologous blood products in rotator cuff repair


, : Autologous blood products in rotator cuff repair. Medicine and Sport Science 57: 65-75

We review the management of rotator cuff tears, the mechanism of action of autologous blood products, principally platelet-rich plasma, and the current evidence for effective use of platelet-rich plasma, particularly in relation to the shoulder and chronic rotator cuff tears, for biological augmentation of rotator cuff repair.

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PMID: 21986046

DOI: 10.1159/000328904


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