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According to a new study, dermal allografts were shown to provide patients with rotator cuff tears, positive post-surgery outcomes. A study looked at and followed up with 21 patients who underwent a dermal allograft procedure in order to repair a rotator cuff tear. Overall, most patients reported satisfactory or better surgery outcomes. A significant link was observed between tendon gap size and postoperative pain.

The researchers did not observe any significant differences between patients who underwent primary or revision rotator cuff repair. Additionally, no significant differences were observed between patients with grades 0 to II and those with grades III to IV for muscle atrophy and fatty infiltration. No complications were observed in this study, and all patients were found to have significantly less pain and improved range of motion.

The full 2015 edition of iData’s report entitled “U.S. Market for Soft Tissue Reinforcement and Regeneration” includes segments for breast reconstruction, hernia repair, dural repair, vaginal slings, skin repair, sports medicine and tendon reinforcement, and dental soft tissue regeneration. Full reports provide a comprehensive analysis including procedure numbers, units sold, market value, forecasts, as well as detailed competitive market shares and analyses of major players’ success strategies in each market and segment.

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