Technology could eliminate need for bone grafts

08/24/2011 | WNDU-TV (South Bend, Ind.)

Researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio are working on a scaffold that they say could replace the use of bone grafts for injuries as small as five millimeters. The tool, which is undergoing FDA review, makes use of a medical grade material commonly found in carpet padding.

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