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Viable stem cells can survive in horse’s ligaments up to 72 hours after death

Adult mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are being used in today’s clinical practice to regenerate or replace the damaged tissue. Moreover, both autologous and allogenic MSCs have been shown to be effective for tissue repair after injury and disease.

A patent cranial end of the ligamentum venosum can result in hemorrhage when performing surgery in the extreme upper abdomen

Unexpected bleeding with major surgery In the surgical management of cancer in the mid-portion of the extreme upper aspect of the abdomen, a complete resection with all visible tumor removed is a necessary part of successful long-term

Elastic properties of the annular ligament of the human stapes

Stapes – the smallest bone in the human body. It is located in the middle-ear. It constantly vibrates transferring sound from the external word to the hearing organ. The vibrations are possible thanks to the extremely compliant

Muscle activation patterns after anterior cruciate ligament injury

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is an important ligament in the knee joint. An injury to the ACL typically occurs during dynamic sports activities involving rapid changes of movement direction or landing from jumps, such as basketball,