Man's severed finger regrows with porcine bladder-derived mold

09/17/2013 | WFOR-TV (Miami-Fort Lauderdale)

Eugenio Rodriguez, a general surgeon in Florida, used a porcine bladder-based matrix to regrow a man's index finger after it was bitten off by a horse. Rodriguez made a template of the finger out of the tissue and attached it to the remaining digit. Bone, soft tissue and a nail grew into the mold.

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