Tissue Engineering for the Hand: Research Advances and Clinical Applications

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Overview

Musculoskeletal applications of tissue engineering will be among the first to achieve widespread clinical use, and the resulting shift in clinical and surgical paradigms will highlight the need for an authoritative text on tissue engineering for musculoskeletal tissues including nerve, bone, tendon, skin, vessels, and cartilage. This book will serve the needs of a large readership including plastic surgeons, orthopedic surgeons, medical residents and medical students, researchers and academic faculty in regenerative medicine and biomedical engineering, and medical device experts. This textbook will serve as the curriculum for undergraduate and graduate courses in biomedical engineering and surgery.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789814313551
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/4/2010
  • Pages: 284
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments v

Contributors ix

Chapter 1 Tissue Engineering: A Historical Perspective James D. Kretlow Antonios G. Mikos 1

Chapter 2 Current Clinical Needs in Hand Surgery L. Scott Levin 17

Chapter 3 Principles of Tissue Engineering for Reconstruction of the Hand Ryosuke Kakinoki 21

Chapter 4 Primary Cell Lines and Stem Cells Katie L. Pricola Hermann Peter Lorenz 41

Chapter 5 Scaffolds Wei Liu Yilin Cao 65

Chapter 6 Animal Models for Engineering Tissues in the Upper Extremity Xing Zhao Mark A. Randolph 95

Chapter 7 Guidance Strategies in Hand Tissue Engineering: Manipulating the Microenvironment Through Cellular and Material Cues Harvey Chim Arun K. Gosain 125

Chapter 8 Bioreactors Laurence A. Galea Wayne A. Morrison 141

Chapter 9 Nerve Engineering Gregory H. Borschel 155

Chapter 10 Tendon Engineering Johan Thorfinn Ioannis Angelidis Brian Pridgen James Chang 171

Chapter 11 Skin Deepak M. Gupta Nicholas J. Panetta Geoffrey C. Gurtner Michael T. Longaker 195

Chapter 12 Bone and Cartilage Ashley Rothenberg Jennifer Elisseeff 219

Chapter 13 Blood Vessels Masayuki Yamato Teruo Okano 243

Chapter 14 Bench to Bedside: Navigating Industry, the FDA and Venture Capital Nicholas J. Panetta Deepak M. Gupta Michael T. Longaker Geoffrey C. Gurtner 253

Index 269

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