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#1

http://www.acne.org/messageboard/post-a16708-.html


#2

Good find, very interesting.


#3

» Good find, very interesting.

I second that. Now if only we can get someone to test Acell on a donor area with permanent hair growth (remove a small patch of skin, continuously apply ecm until its healed).

I strongly feel that acell will work for us, it just needs to be proven. I think Dr Jones experiment with using acell on scar tissue was totally misguided and a waste of time-let’s test it the right way. This woman’s skin seemed to have healed as if there never was a lesion-I’ve only seen such good results on animals that had acell used on them. This is very encouraging news!


#4

» » Good find, very interesting.
»
» I second that. Now if only we can get someone to test Acell on a donor
» area with permanent hair growth (remove a small patch of skin, continuously
» apply ecm until its healed).
»
» I strongly feel that acell will work for us, it just needs to be proven. I
» think Dr Jones experiment with using acell on scar tissue was totally
» misguided and a waste of time-let’s test it the right way. This woman’s
» skin seemed to have healed as if there never was a lesion-I’ve only seen
» such good results on animals that had acell used on them. This is very
» encouraging news!

Lets not forget she is also 91, elderly people typically don’t heal so well.


#5

Dr. Jones didn’t design & tailor an experimental wound to suit everyone’s questions about this product.

One of his patients walked through the door with an existing scar problem on his scalp that he wanted to have revised. He happened to be willing to let Dr. Jones test Acell on the operation while they were at it.


#6

Nice find. Still looks promising to me. The wound should not scab as it did in the experiment. It must be kept moist and the ECM should be reapplied more often. I’m sure this will be attempted again keeping these points in mind.


#7

» http://www.acne.org/messageboard/post-a16708-.html

It would be intersting to know if the new skin on that hand has as much vellous hair, and thereby follicles, as the corresponding skin on the opposing hand. The hair/follicles should be easily detectable with a microscope.


#8

http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15

The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options


#9

» http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15
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» The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and
» Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options

Good post, some of those photos aren’t for the faint hearted, ouch.


#10

» http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15
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» The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and
» Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options

No scar here, but acell was allowed to scab…


#11

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» http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15
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» » The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and
» » Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options
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» No scar here, but acell was allowed to scab…

No this is actually more denatured ECM than Acell. Dr. Jone’s patient did not follow proper potocol in caring for the wound, which caused it to scab.


#12

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» http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15
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» » » The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and
» » » Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options
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» » No scar here, but acell was allowed to scab…
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» No this is actually more denatured ECM than Acell. Dr. Jone’s patient did
» not follow proper potocol in caring for the wound, which caused it to scab.

who killed JFK ? you surely know


#13

» » »Actually the patient did follow the protocol instructed by Dr Jones. The scab was kept moist for a good period of time. Now let me ask everyone on these boards something. If Acell is to properly work, then according to the “informed board members” the scar or area that is to be rejenerated would have to stay moist for how many months before anything would occur??
Lets look at this realistically. Lets say one goes in for a strip procedure. The area extracted would be lets say anywhere from 3-6 inches maybe a little less, maybe a little more. What I’m to beleive is that this open gash in the back of your head would have to remain not only visible but distgustingly visible. Considering that wearing a hat would probably irritate the area in question as well as probably aiding in drying it out, you won’t be able to cover up this gaping wound. So what kind of lie do we come up with to answer the inevitable 1000 questions that will come, and if you think peaple are starring at you after a hair transplant, where do you think your self esteem level would be trying to deal with a potential ACELL strip repair???
I really hope that someday we do come up with a way to replenish the donor area, but I hope I’m wrong when I say I don’t think ACELL is it. Besides is DR J the only one trying this out. From what I’ve read no. Am I to beleive that all the other Doctors and there patients didn’t follow protocol either? I’m assuming those patients did not regrow hair either becouse if they did I’m sure we would know about it.
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» http://www.eplasty.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=213&Itemid=36&sect=15
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» » » The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix for Coverage of Exposed Joint and
» » » Extensor Mechanism in Thermally Injured Patients With Few Options
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» » No scar here, but acell was allowed to scab…
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» No this is actually more denatured ECM than Acell. Dr. Jone’s patient did
» not follow proper potocol in caring for the wound, which caused it to scab.