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Avascular Necrosis


Regrow Bone Cell Therapy for AVN

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What is Avascular Necrosis and Bone Degeneration?

Avascular Necrosis also known as AVN or Osteonecrosis, is death of bone tissues due to lake of blood supply. AVN is a progressive disease which restricts mobility & collapses the affected joint with its progression.

AVN generally affects the Hip Joint of young adults between the age group of 20-45 years. Although the knee, shoulder, ankle & other regions can also be affected from AVN.

 

 

Symptoms of Avascular Necrosis (AVN):

  • Pain, Swelling & Stiffness at the affected joint
  • Pain while walking, lying down or putting weight on joint
  • Limited movement with the affected joint
  • Inability to bend forward or even tie shoelaces
  • Limp while walking

 

Stages of Avascular Necrosis of the Hip Joint

 

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  • Stages I and II of AVN are early stages and symptoms usually start from Stage II.
  • It is important to diagnose and seek treatment for AVN AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE as it progresses very rapidly.
  • AVN is reversible when appropriate treatment is sought in its early stages.
  • In the advance stages, significant bone fractures and cartilage damage renders the joint non-functional. At advance stage the affected joint needs to be replaced by Replacement surgery.

 

Treatment of Avascular Necrosis (AVN)

Regrow Bone Cell Therapy consists of using the patients’ own cells (autologous) as a therapeutic tool to cure AVN.

Bone Cell Therapy is a Permanent Treatment of Avascular Necrosis that cease the disease progression & restores the mobility.

 

Regrow Bone Cell Therapy Treatment Procedure

Bone Cell Therapy consists of 3 steps i.e. Bone Marrow Extraction, Separation of Bone Cell & their Culture (Expansion) and then finally the implantation of the cultured bone cells.

 

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Authored By : DR. DAVID V RAJAN

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