Study Demonstrating Globus Medical’s Expandable Technology Improves Lordosis and Reduces Subsidence Awarded Best Paper at SMISS
The study, led by Dr.
“Subsidence of interbody spacers is a clinical concern due to loss of disc height and foraminal height, and the recurrence of symptoms that may result in revision surgery,” said Dr. Frisch. “The preliminary results of this study suggest that expandable lateral interbody spacers offer important clinical advantages by increasing and maintaining segmental lordosis while potentially decreasing the risk of endplate damage and subsidence.”
To access the study and learn more about Globus Medical’s portfolio of lateral expandable interbody spacers, visit www.GlobusMedical.com/LLIF
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