Autologous Matrix-Induced Chondrogenesis (AMIC) is a biological treatment option for the repair of joint cartilage damage - combining microfracture surgery with a membrane over the clot.


This is the editor's 'interpretation' of a 2011 publication in the medical journals that gives an overview of cartilage injury, a brief description of current treatment options and outcomes, and a discussion of principles and techniques of MACI.



From the time of onset of osteoarthritis of the knee to aged 65 - the usual age when a surgeon considers it acceptable to do a knee replacement - there are many interventions that may help to slow the progression of the joint destruction. This eBook gives an overview of these interventions.

knee arthritis interventions