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Objective health status following ACDF is assessed by symptom relief and improved function.
The study, which assessed and compared the outcomes for the fusion procedure at 24 months, found that rates of complications and subsequent surgical interventions are higher after two-level ACDF in the 24 months following index surgery.
The study was a randomized, controlled, multicenter, prospective trial for single-level instrumented ACDF procedures inside of a structural allograft ring.
The Optio-C System offers a no profile solution and delivers the strength, stability and fusion potential of a traditional ACDF
However, in patients undergoing ACDF with symptoms of myelopathy, most surgeons (31%) used SSEP and TcMEP with only 13% using SSEP only.
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A pharyngoesophageal perforation is a rare but serious complication of ACDF surgery.
Specific findings comparing MobiC to ACDF in the two-level study at the 24-month endpoint, included:
The ACDF falls within the Masahat Dance network, a regional network comprising of Maqamat Dance Theater in Lebanon and Sareyyet Ramallah-First Ramallah Group in Palestine, Tanween Dance Theater in Syria and the National Center for Culture and Arts in Jordan.
In Levine's case, since the damaged disc was located at the bottom of his neck, where movement is minimal, an ACDF procedure made sense.
3 give the relative error list of ACDF outputs (exact available transfer capability) and neural network output (approximate available transfer capability) for different test cases.