disc space


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disc space

on radiographs of the spine, the radiolucent region between each pair of vertebral bodies.
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5 terabytes of disc space in operation, which included the IT department's desktop computers--not much disc space, according to Trim.
Angled instruments that provide better surgical site visualization allowing surgeons to prepare the disc space.
Raymedica's PDN technology is a proprietary pre-formed hydrogel encased in a polyethylene jacket that has flexibility to facilitate delivery through a standard posterior approach and allows conformability to adapt to the human intervertebral disc space.
HydroCision's HydroSurgery system, including SpineJet XL instruments, uses a high-velocity stream of water to simultaneously cut and aspirate tissue from the spinal disc space in preparation for fusion.
Now video enthusiasts everywhere are able to add dramatic and powerful sound effects and music to their video creations without compromising disc space.
The SpineJet Resector XT provides access to the hard-to-reach areas of the disc space allowing the spine surgeon the opportunity to remove more of the disc nucleus in fusion procedures.
This saves disc space and allows for intricate menu navigation.
The SpineJet Curette will provide spine surgeons with a powered device that will allow them to more quickly and effectively prepare the disc space for implantation of a fusion graft (cages, allografts, osteobiologics) or an artificial disc or nucleus.