A landmark paper in Periodontics from Saveetha University
Sub: Laying down guidelines for Autologous platelets concentrate treatment in Periodontics-a review
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The author team lead by Dr. Saurav Panda, Professor Sheeja Varghese, Professor Malaiappa Sankari, Professor N. D. Jayakumar and Dr. Surendar Ramamoorthi from Saveetha University, India, with the collaboration of Dr. Massimo Del Fabbro from Università degli Studi di Milano and his colleagues, Dr. Valentina Ceresoli, Dr. Caterina Ceci and Dr. Silvio Taschieri from University of Milan IRCCS Galazzi Orthopaedic Institute, contributed a high quality gold standard systematic review on “Autologous Platelet Concentrates in treatment of Periodontal Defects”.
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