Bone Marrow Concentrate Injection for Osteonecrosis/AVN

Bone Marrow Concentrate Injection for Osteonecrosis/AVN

Total joint replacement, also known as arthroplasty, is the preferred treatment for late-stage osteonecrosis when the joint has been damaged. In this procedure, prosthetic components are used to replace the damaged joint.

The patient’s pelvic bone is punctured with a needle to extract the bone’s marrow, which is then percutaneously injected at the nonunion location. This approach has the benefit of resolving fracture-healing issues without exposing either the donor site or the recipient site during surgery.

Regenerative therapy techniques like Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) employ cells from the patient’s bone marrow to start the healing process for a variety of orthopaedic diseases like osteoarthritis and cartilage damage.

The demise of bone tissue as a result of a lack of blood supply is known as avascular necrosis. It is also known as osteonecrosis, and it can result in minor fractures and bone collapse. Typically, the procedure takes months to years. Blood flow to a portion of bone can be stopped by a shattered bone or dislocated joint.

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