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Articular Cartilage Restoration

Articular cartilage is a tough, elastic tissue that covers the ends of bones in joints
and enables the bones to move smoothly over one another. However, when articular cartilage is damaged through injury or a lifetime of use, it does not heal as rapidly or effectively as other tissues in the body. Instead, the damage tends to spread, allowing the bones to rub directly against each other and resulting in pain and reduced mobility.

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