Modern Approach to Conservative Treatment of Degenerative Diseases of Joints Using Regenerative Medicine Techniques
Keywords:Platelet rich plasma therapy, human platelet lysate therapy, ostearthritis, regenerative methods of treatment, Hyaluronic acid, conservative treatment
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