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Applications of Placental Tissue in Dermatology: Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Use of placental tissues has been recorded for over a century, beginning in 1910 as an allograft during skin transplantation procedures.1 Today these tissues are used in a variety of applications including ophthalmology, burns, skin wounds, and chronic ulcers.1

Applications of Placental Tissue in Dermatology: Mohs Micrographic Surgery

Use of placental tissues has been recorded for over a century, beginning in 1910 as an allograft during skin transplantation procedures.1 Today these tissues are used in a variety of applications including ophthalmology, burns, skin wounds, and chronic ulcers.1

The Benefits of Balance

We need everything in moderation. This isn’t just a saying used by doctors and nutritionists. It is a basic biological…

Redefining Regenerative Medicine

The healing cascade is a complex and dynamic series of phases that has been studied in depth and characterized into three…

Why create a blog?

We want to share our perspective and establish an open line of communication with clinicians, scientists, patients and more. We’ll…