Comparison of Platelet-rich Plasma and Cortisone Injections Administered Under Ultrasonography Guidance in Rotator Cuff Tendon Pathologies

Rotator cuff syndrome is diagnosed and severe Visual Analogue Scale in a study conducted on 40 patients with no shoulder movement restrictions Analogue Scale (VAS) and functional status of the arm, shoulder and hand problems (Quick-DASH) on comparing the results of the PRP and cortisone therapy, PRP groups were observed significant improvements statistically in the…

Management of Retinitis Pigmentosa via Platelet Rich Plasma or Combination with Electromagnetic Stimulation: Retrospective Analysis of One-year Results

This research investigates whether the natural progression rate of Retinitis pigmentosa can be reduced by applying subtenon autologous platelet-rich plasma alone or in combination with retinal electromagnetic stimulation, and it has been concluded that PRP can more effectively slow down photoreceptor loss when repeated as support injections and combined with retinal electromagnetic stimulation.

Management of Deep Retinal Capillary Ischemia by Electromagnetic Stimulation and Platelet-Rich Plasma: Preliminary Clinical Results

The study included 28 eyes of 17 patients aged 15-76 years (average 37.9 years) suffering from deep retinal capillary ischemia. Patients who had acute onset paracentral scotoma in the last 1 month were included in the study. The eyes were divided into three groups, Group 1 received only electromagnetic stimulation, Group 2 received electromagnetic stimulation…

Photoactivated platelet rich plasma (PRP) based patient-specific bio-ink for cartilage tissue engineering

In the treatment of cartilage damage, the use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a personal therapeutic aid resource. In this study, it was aimed to increase the clinical effectiveness of this cocktail, which consists of growth factors necessary for wound healing and tissue regeneration. In this direction, photo-active and photo-crosslinkable bio-ink has been used…