fusionless

fusionless

(ˈfjuːʒənləs)
adj
without fusion
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Vertebral Body Tethering (VBT), also known as fusionless surgery, is offered by Dr Trobisch and his team at the Eifelklinik clinic in Simmerath, and it preserves flexibility and growth by not stiffening the spine.
For many years, fusionless surgery has been used to treat infantile and juvenile idiopathic scoliosis.
Fusionless surgery of the spine offers both patients and surgeons another option in the treatment of scoliosis.
Among the topics are comparing two bone surrogates for interbody device subsidence testing, the wear simulation of total disc arthoplasties, developing a more physiological loading protocol for spine in vitro flexibility testing, a vertebrectomy model for the mechanical assessment of fusionless scoliosis growth rods, and evaluating an alternative fixture for testing extra discal motion preserving implants.
Biotechnology research may in the future lead to a change from fusion procedures to fusionless systems that replace spinal structures instead of adding extra instrumentation.
In addition, the efficacy of cables made with Dyneema Purity([R]) fiber in fusionless posterior spinal instrumentation in an ovine model will be the subject of a clinical presentation, Poster No.
She underwent Vertebral Body Tethering (VBT), also known as fusionless surgery, which preserves flexibility and growth by not stiffening the spine.
The spine section includes review articles on two pertinent topics in spine surgery: the use of bone grafts in the lumbar spine and fusionless surgery in scoliosis.
The presenters addressed the benefits and pitfalls of spinal motion technology, fusionless scoliosis options, lumbar arthroplasty outcomes, nucleus pulposus replacements and translational research efforts in spinal cord injury, disk regeneration, and image guided surgery.
Axial Biotech Gene-based products and fusionless instrumentation for the diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders
Axial also owns the revenue stream for two fusionless spinal surgical devices developed by two of its founders, including the only fusionless device currently in human use.