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Management of partial-thickness rotator cuff tears with autologous adipose-derived regenerative cells is safe and more effective than injection of corticosteroid

Cell-based versus corticosteroid injections for knee pain in osteoarthritis: a randomized phase 3 trial

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The Composition of Adipose-Derived Regenerative Cells Isolated from Lipoaspirate Using a Point of Care System Does Not Depend on the Subject’s Individual Age, Sex, Body Mass Index and Ethnicity

Arm osteoarthritis

First immunohistochemical evidence of human tendon repair following stem cell injection: A case report and review of literature

Human tendon pain

Human tendon repair following injection of autologous, unmodified stem cells: a comprehensive immunohistochemical evaluation

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Safety and efficacy of treating symptomatic, partial-thickness rotator cuff tears with fresh, uncultured, unmodified, autologous adipose-derived regenerative cells (UA-ADRCs) isolated at the point of care: a prospective, randomized, controlled first-in-human pilot study

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Improved guided bone regeneration by combined application of unmodified, fresh autologous adipose derived regenerative cells and plasma rich in growth factors: A first-in-human case report and literature review

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Therapy of ulcus cruris of venous and mixed venous arterial origin with autologous, adult, native progenitor cells from subcutaneous adipose tissue: a prospective clinical pilot study

Knee osteoarthritis

Intra-articular injection of mesenchymal stem cells for the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee: a proof-of-concept clinical trial