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This randomized clinical trial aims to determine if cells from a patient's own adipose tissue is safe and capable of helping regenerate the femoral head in patients with osteonecrosis. The standard of care is known as hip decompression which simply removes dead tissue from the femoral head and creates a new cavity to be filled in by healthy bone. This trial will use hip decompression plus saline injection in one hip and hip decompression supplemented with adipose derived regenerative cells in patients with osteonecrosis in both of their hips.
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The purpose of this study is to determine if the concentration of mesenchymal stem cells in the joint fluid of the hip increases to compare with the severity of the disease in patients with osteonecrosis ( bone decay) of the femoral head (leg bone/hip joint).
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The purpose of this study is to define the functionality of adipose-derived regenerative cells (ADRCs) and bone marrow concentrate (BMC) for a fundamental mechanistic understanding of these two regenerative cell populations.
The purpose of this study is to describe the outcome and complications in surgical management of Preiser',s disease in the past 30 years in the Mayo Clinic.
The purposes of this study is to isolate RNA from bone tissues from ONFH and osteoarthritis (OA) femoral heads and perform RNA sequencing to measure gene expression.
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