Anell Olivos

Anell Olivos
Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitación | INR · arthroscopy

PhD

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Background and Objectives: Deposits of monosodium urate (MSU) crystals due to increased levels of uric acid (UA) have been associated with bone formation and erosion, mainly in patients with chronic gout. The synovial membrane (SM) comprises several types of cells, including mesenchymal stem cells (SM-MSCs); however, it is unknown whether UA and MS...
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Articular cartilage lesions are frequent in young people with deleterious results if not treated properly. Various restorative techniques have been developed with the aim to overcome the limitations and short-term results of cartilage repair procedures. Cell therapy and tissue engineering techniques as Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) have...
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The preservation of the chondrogenic phenotype and hypoxia-related physiological microenvironment are major challenges in the 2D culture of primary human chondrocytes. To address this problem, we develop a 3D culture system generating scaffold-free spheroids from human chondrocytes. Our results highlight the chondrogenic potential of cultured human...
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Objectives To evaluate the long-term clinical and magnetic resonance imaging outcomes of patients treated with an all-arthroscopic matrix-assisted autologous chondrocyte transplantation (MACT) technique for articular cartilage lesions of the knee. Methods A total of 63 patients (21 women, 42 men) with a mean age of 35 ± 9.2 years, were treated wit...
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Background: Synthetic grafts were developed to overcome problems related to autogenous grafts. The adhesive interactions of cells play a fundamental role in the healing process of ligament tissue engineering. One of the disadvantages of synthetic ligaments is the lack of biological cues for promoting cell adhesion and proliferation. The aim of this...
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Tobacco use has a negative impact on health due to its relationship with the development of high-mortality diseases, such as pulmonary cancer. However, the effect of cadmium (Cd), present in tobacco smoke, on the development of joint diseases has been scarcely studied. The objective of this review is to discuss the evidence regarding the mechanisms...
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Background The present review is focused on general aspects of the synovial membrane as well as specialized aspects of its cellular constituents, particularly the composition and location of synovial membrane mesenchymal stem cells (S-MSCs). S-MSC multipotency properties are currently at the center of translational medicine for the repair of multip...
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Acromioclavicular joint (ACJ) dislocations represent one of the most common lesions in the shoulder. Arthroscopic reduction and ACJ fixation with the button system is one of the most used techniques for displaced and unstable dislocations. Difficulties with placing the tunnels in the central and correct position of the clavicular and coracoid can o...
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Two-dimensional (2D) culture of cells from giant cell tumor of bone (GCTB) is affected by loss of the multinucleated giant cells in subsequent passages. Therefore , there is limited time to study GCTB with all its histological components in 2D culture. Here, we explored the possibility of culturing GCTB cells on a polycaprolactone (PCL)-printed sca...
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Background: Few randomized controlled trials with a midterm follow-up have compared matrix-assisted autologous chondrocyte transplantation (MACT) with microfracture (MFx) for knee cartilage lesions. Purpose: To compare the structural, clinical, and safety outcomes at midterm follow-up of MACT versus MFx for treating symptomatic knee cartilage le...
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Common peroneal nerve injury is present in 40% of knee dislocations, and foot drop is the principal complication. Posterior tibial tendon transfer is a viable solution to replace the function of the anterior tibial tendon (ATT) in the mid-foot. Several techniques for posterior tibial tendon transfer exist today, with variable results reported. Howe...
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We hypothesized that the secretion of inflammatory mediators from synoviocytes affects the chondrocyte homeostasis of articular cartilage. This study was a preliminary attempt to elucidate the molecular mechanisms by which soluble mediators obtained from activated synoviocytes induce oxidative stress and inflammation in chondrocytes. We measured th...
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osteoarthritis (OA) evolution occurs due to the limited regenerative capacity of articular chondrocytes, which leads to the loss of function of the joint. For this reason our group working to develop new strategies to treat this disease. This study aimed to demonstrated the feasibility of using a human-based scaffold for the induction of mesenchyma...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is the gradual loss of articular cartilage and involves several tissues, such as the synovial membrane, meniscus, ligaments, and adipose tissue known as Hoffa fat pad. There are largely unexplored factors that lead to OA development, such as the impact of exposure to heavy metals like cadmium (Cd) on the viability of cells in th...
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Background An essential element imbalance in the joint might favor gradual degeneration of the articular cartilage. It has been reported that cadmium (Cd) plays an antagonistic role with regards to the presence of essential elements, such as zinc (Zn), iron (Fe), and manganese (Mn), which may favor the development of disabling diseases, like osteoa...
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Objective. to evaluate minimum biosecurity parameters (MBP) for arthroscopic matrix-encapsulated autologous chondrocyte implantation (AMECI) based on patients’ clinical outcomes, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) t2-mapping, Magnetic resonance Observation of Cartilage repair tissue (MOCART) score, and international Cartilage repair Society (ICRS) se...
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Background: The arthroscopic approach to acromioclavicular (AC) dislocation with methods such as AC TightRope fixation has reported radiographic failure rates between 18% and 50% with functional results graded as good or excellent. Our objective was to review the outcomes after arthroscopic fixation for acute AC joint dislocation using the TightRo...
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Hamstring tendon autograft remains a popular graft choice for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Although the technique of hamstring autograft harvest is relatively straightforward, it is critical to pay attention to several technical steps to avoid iatrogenic anatomic or neurovascular damage as well as to reduce the risk of premature amput...
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Osteoarthritis (OA) is the gradual loss of articular cartilage and decrease in subchondral space. One of the risk factors Exposure to cadmium (Cd) through tobacco smoke has been identified as a major OA risk factor. There are no reports addressing the role of Cd in OA progression at the molecular level. Our findings revealed that Cd can promote the...
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Epidemiological studies have reported that exposure to toxic metals like cadmium (Cd) may promote the development of musculoskeletal diseases, such as osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and osteoarthritis (OA), among others. The objective of this review is to summarize the molecular mechanisms of inflammation and oxidative stress activated by...
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Background Complex meniscal lesions often require meniscectomy with favorable results in the short term but a high risk of early osteoarthritis subsequently. Partial meniscectomy treated with meniscal substitutes may delay articular cartilage degeneration. Purpose To evaluate the status of articular cartilage by T2 mapping after meniscal substitut...
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Epidemiological studies have reported that exposure to toxic metals like cadmium (Cd) may promote the development of musculoskeletal diseases, such as osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and osteoarthritis (OA), among others. The objective of this review is to summarize the molecular mechanisms of inflammation and oxidative stress activated by...
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Methods: Seventeen patients aged 18 to 55 years with symptomatic full-thickness cartilage lesions on either patella or trochlea were treated with matrix autologous chondrocyte implantation (MACI) or microfracture (MF). Both procedures combined with unloading/realigning techniques. Clinical assessment and T2-mapping were evaluated at 48-months. Re...
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In today's world, so-called "addition manufacturing technologies" or 3D printing also called rapid prototyping have transcended the borders of almost every field of science and medicine is no exception. It is not surprising that its exploration for practical uses is increasing. In medicine, this technology of printing by addition has evolved to bio...
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Today, regenerative medicine requires new sources of multipotent stem cells for their differentiation to chondrocytes using the mediums of differentiation available in the market. This study aimed to determine whether the Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) isolated from Mobilized Peripheral Blood (MPB) in sheep using the Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating F...
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To compare the quality of the repair tissue in three-dimensional co-culture of human chondrocytes implanted in an in vivo model. Six cadaveric and five live human donors were included. Osteochondral biopsies from the donor knees were harvested for chondrocyte isolation. Fifty percent of cadaveric chondrocytes were expanded until passage-2 (P2) whil...
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Only select tissues and organs are able to spontaneously regenerate after disease or trauma, and this regenerative capacity diminishes over time. Human stem cell research explores therapeutic regenerative approaches to treat various conditions. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are derived from adult stem cells; they are multipotent and exert anti-infl...
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Background Currently, two pathogenic pathways describe the role of obesity in osteoarthritis (OA); one through biomechanical stress, and the other by the contribution of systemic inflammation. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of free fatty acids (FFA) in human chondrocytes (HC) expression of proinflammatory factors and reactive oxyg...
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Background Gout is the most prevalent inflammatory arthropathy in young men, in which clinical manifestations are triggered by the deposits of monosodium urate (MSU) crystals in and around joints. From a clinical perspective, gouty attacks and tophaceous deposits have been associated to nodal osteoarthritis [1,2]. Objectives To determine the molec...
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AISLAMIENTO, CARACTERIZACIÓN Y DIFERENCIACIÓN DE UNA NUEVA FUENTE DE CÉLULAS TRONCALES MESENQUIMALES PARA SU USO EN MEDICINA REGENERATIVA
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Las Células Troncales Mesenquimales (CTM) han sido utilizadas en la Medicina Regenerativa por su capacidad multipotente, regenerativa, anti-inflamatoria e inmunomoduladora. Las CTM pueden ser aisladas de múltiples tejidos principalmente la médula ósea y tejido adiposo mediante un procedimiento invasivo que generalmente requiere de anestesia general...
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Mobilized peripheral blood (MPB) bone marrow cells possess the potential to differentiate into a variety of mesenchymal tissue types and offer a source of easy access for obtaining stem cells for the development of experimental models with applications in tissue engineering. In the present work, we aimed to isolate by magnetic activated cell sortin...
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To evaluate the results of 2 different techniques of endoscopic iliopsoas tendon release in the treatment of internal snapping hip syndrome. Between January 2008 and January 2012, a consecutive series of patients with the diagnosis of internal snapping hip syndrome were treated with endoscopic release of the iliopsoas tendon. The patients were divi...
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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the clinical and sequential imaging follow-up results at a mean of 36 months after an arthroscopic technique for implantation of matrix-encapsulated autologous chondrocytes for the treatment of articular cartilage lesions on the femoral condyles. Ten patients underwent arthroscopic implantation of autologou...
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Articular cartilage injury is a common disorder of the knee and untreated chondral lesions are thus likely to predispose patients to develop osteoarthritis. In the USA more than 500,000 procedures are performed for cartilage-related injuries. Chondral lesions are found in more than 60 % of arthroscopic knee surgeries, according to several authors [...
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To compare the efficacy of in situ transforming growth factor-beta1 (TGF-beta1)-pretreated periosteum to untreated periosteum for regeneration of osteochondral tissue in rabbits. In the pretreatment group, 12 month-old New Zealand white rabbits received subperiosteal injections of 200 ng of TGF-beta1 percutaneously in the medial side of the proxima...

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To evaluate cartilage repair techniques for focal chondral lesion in the knee.