Abstract| Volume 44, SUPPLEMENT 1, e248, October 2015

Application of platelet-rich plasma and hyperbaric oxygen therapy during oral surgery in a patient with Werner syndrome

      Background: Werner syndrome (WS) is a rare autosomal recessive premature aging disease that affects connective tissue. It causes atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis, eye abnormalities, osteoporosis, soft tissue calcification, premature thinning, graying, and loss of hair, some types of cancers, as well as impaired tissue healing.
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