interbody cage

interbody cage

(ĭn′tĕr-bŏd″ĕ)
A hollow, tube-shaped device placed between adjacent vertebral bodies in spinal fusion surgeries to improve or enhance bony fusion (“arthrodesis”). The cage is filled with either a bone graft or with bone graft substitutes.
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The aim of the trial is to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the addition of ALLOB to the standard care of procedure, involving an interbody cage with bioceramic granules being implanted in order to achieve fusion of the lumbar vertebrae.
Anterior cervical fusion with interbody cage containing beta-tricalcium phosphate augmented with plate fixation: a prospective randomized study with 2-year follow-up.
Interbody cage of appropriate size was then placed after filling it with graft.
Replacement Kit discharged stimulants such Libra XP, set to the bilateral deep brain stimulation, set to replace the discharged stimulants such Prime Advanced, set to replace the discharged stimulants such EONC set to stimulate analgesic spinal and brain function BURST system stability lobe cranial percutaneous przeznasadowa stabilization with the possibility of supplementing the screws to stabilize the direct odontoid fracture, cervical interbody cage with additional system kotwiczacym.
MI-TLIF is a procedure which has a steep learning curve and placing screws and their extenders are not advised on the same side due to difficulty in accessing the operating field and increased intraoperative time, thus we inserted the pedicle screws on the contralateral side, and on the ipsilateral side and the pedicle was cannulated only by needle sleeves; ipsilateral screws were only inserted after placement of the interbody cage.
VEO's interbody cage is made from Zeniva[R] PEEK rod stock that TranS1 offers in various sizes, including widths of 17-mm and 22mm and lengths from 40-mm to 60-mm.
The implant screwing results in increase of intervertebral space and, consequently, appearance of opening effect with wedge of interbody cage.
An interbody cage is implanted according to the standard-of-care surgical approach, supplemented with ALLOB in combination with bioceramic granules.
Its principle, which consists in fixing two adjacent vertebra by compression around a previously inserted interbody cage, results in stability thanks to the axial localization of the compression forces at the level of the spine's vertebral bodies.
Interbody cage stabilisation in the lumbar spine: biomechanical evaluation of cage design, posterior instrumentation and bone density.
Food and Drug Administration for its FLXfit 3-D expandable interbody cage.