polyaxial

polyaxial

(ˌpɒlɪˈæksɪəl)
adj
(Biology) biology having more than one axis
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After development of the polyaxial screw-rod system, cervical fixation surgery has now become easier to perform.
The acquired platform features a polyaxial interspinous process device and percutaneous facet screw system for minimally invasive surgical treatments of lumbar spinal disorders.
Management of proximal humeral fractures in elderly patients with uni-or polyaxial locking osteosynthesis system.
The PrimaLOK SP and FF platforms include a polyaxial interspinous process device and percutaneous facet screw system designed for MIS applications in treatment of lumbar spinal disorders.
This clearance expands the indication for polyaxial screw placement to include the cervical spine, and also includes clearance for a dual diameter transition rod.
0mm Polyaxial Screws (non-cannulated, cannulated and reduction) for MIS, Mini-Open and Open cases in 30mm-100mm lengths, while maintaining all of the same instrument compatibilities to the implant.
b) Three-dimensional computed tomographic VRT reconstruction following C1-C3/C4 posterior fusion with a polyaxial screw-rod construct.
Zoback, "A statistical evaluation of intact rock failure criteria constrained by polyaxial test data for five different rocks," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, vol.
Polyaxial or true triaxial tests had been performed by Addis et al.
Two polyaxial bone screws with a 30-degree arc allow for maximum bone purchase, and the system's monobloc stem ensures it will not separate in the humeral canal.
Monoaxial versus polyaxial screw insertion in angular stable plate fixation of proximal humeral fractures: radiographic analysis of a prospective randomized study, J Trauma, 2010 Dec; 69(6):154-551.