Join Dr. Idan Redenski for a discussion on the use of high-resolution microCT to assess vascular development and bone turnover when fabricating composite tissue flaps.
Functional regeneration of complex large-scaled defects requires both soft and hard tissue grafts. Autologous tissue-harvest, considered as the standard of care in clinical settings, possess major procedural drawbacks.
In this webinar, Dr. Redenski describes how they employ a tissue engineering approach based on biological tissue constructs in order to fabricate composite tissue flaps by combining synthetic soft-tissue matrices and biological bone matrix. He goes on to share how high-resolution microCT was used, both ex vivo and in vivo, to evaluate vascular development and bone turnover.
Key Topics Include:
- Contrast-agent perfusion
- In vivo microCT scans
- High resolution vascular imaging
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will be of particular interest to preclinical researchers who specialize in cardiovascular-, neurovascular-, and oncology, as well as contract research organizations.
Galilee Medical Centre