LIVE CASE VIDEOS DEMONSTRATING THE USE OF MACI
The information contained in the following videos does not constitute medical advice. The information regarding surgical techniques are general guidelines and you should use your experiences and the patient’s circumstances when considering the use of the techniques. Individual results will vary among patients and depend on many factors.
Paul E. Caldwell, M.D. performs a MACI procedure with a tibial tubercle osteotomy on a 24-year-old 4th year medical student with patella and trochlea cartilage defects.
Brian Cole, M.D. performs the MACI procedure on a 20-year-old male athlete with cartilage delamination of the central-lateral trochlea.
Kai Mithoefer, M.D. demonstrates a live MACI surgery on a 42-year-old male with multiple cartilage defects on the lateral femoral condyle and trochlea following an ACL reconstruction.
Tom Minas, M.D. performs the MACI procedure and a tibial tubercle osteotomy on a patient with chronic patella subluxation and multiple cartilage defects.
Wayne Gersoff, M.D. performs the MACI procedure on a cartilage defect located in the medial femoral condyle.