Placental tissue grafts may be utilized in a range of wounds and soft tissue defects. Below are images from a selection cases, in which surgeons have applied these allografts. For more information, please contact Prologenic’s Customer Service.
Diabetic Foot Ulcer
Placental tissue grafts applied as a wound covering to a chronic ulcer. Full closure at 60 days.

Diabetic Foot Ulcer

This ulcer was debrided down into the bone, and sutured together to achieve closure. Placental tissue grafts were applied to the defect as a wound covering. Full closure at 28 days post op.

Tendon Defects

Tissue applied as a wound covering to tendon site to protect the tendon and prevent adhesions.

Chondral Defects

Placental tissue graft applied arthroscopically as a wound covering to protect the surface of the chondral defect post microfracture.

Sports Med

Placental tissue graft applied as a connective tissue matrix to supplement damaged tissue.

Plastic Surgery

Placental tissue grafts applied as a wound covering after removal of fatty deposits and aggressive laser ablation. Patient shown here at 3, 6 and 8 days post op. Typical recovery of approximately 15 to 18 days.

Ocular Reconstruction

Placental tissue applied as a wound covering onto corneal defect. Improved handling allows tissue to resist wrinkling and adhere naturally, without need for sutures.

Limb Salvage

Placental tissue grafts applied as a wound covering in conjunction with antibiotic microbeads. The wound was stabilized, and the foot saved from scheduled amputation. Foot shown below up to 10 weeks post op.

*As described by the operating physician. All products applied at the physicians’ independent discretion.