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Prevalence of ocular surface dysfunction in patients presenting for cataract surgery evaluation

Author: Russell Health, Inc.

From Duke University Eye Center (Gupta, VanDusen), Department of Ophthalmology, Durham, North Carolina, and the Weill Cornell Medicine of Cornell University, Department of Ophthalmology (Drinkwater, Brissette, Starr), New York, New York, USA. Gupta, Preeya K. et al

Surgical Application of Amniotic Tissue in Orthopedic Surgery

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Amniotic membrane transplantation as an adjunct to medical therapy in acute ocular burns

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Amniotic Membrane: A Novel Material for Regeneration and Repair

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The Potential of Amniotic Membrane: Amniotic-Derived Cells for Regeneration of Various Tissues

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Human Tissue Therapy

Acellular minimally manipulated tissue allografts are utilized to help treat a wide variety of conditions and are shown to help the body boost its ability to heal itself. The allografts help promote the body’s own healing process to assist in the reconstruction and regeneration of injured tissue. This can lead to an alleviation of pain, and a quick recovery.