PLIF


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PLIF

[¦pē¦el¦ī′ef or plif]
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New developments in instrumentation have contributed to improved technical applications and outcomes of the PLIF procedure (Sears, 2002).
Lauweryns studied 40 patients undergoing PLIF surgery and assessed their progress using radiographs, CT scans, the Visual Analog Scale (VAS), and Oswestry Disability Index (ODI).
Though full details of the PLIF are yet to be revealed by the Union government, we have been told that it will run parallel to the scheme introduced in the state.
The objective of the study was to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Cerapedics' novel i-FACTOR biologic bone graft compared to autologous bone delivered via interbody fusion cages in single- and multi-level PLIF surgery.
Sub-Segments Included: Autograft Standard Allograft Demineralized Bone Matrix Synthetic Bone Graft Xenograft BMP-2 BMP-7 Human Embryonic Stem Cells Mesengchymal Stem Cells Lumbar Spine Stem Cells Cervical Spine Stem Cells Platelet-Rich Plasma Orthopedic Concentrated Bone Marrow Aspirate Single-Injection Three-Injection Cycle Three/Five-Injection Cycle BTB Graft Soft Tissue Grafts Ligament and Tendon Synthetic Graft Osteochondral Allograft Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation Meniscal Allograft Tansplantation ALIF Machined Bone Allograft PLIF Machined Bone Allograft TLIF Machined Bone Allograft CIF Machined Bone Allograft
Under the proposed scheme, the India government will contribute Rs1,000 (Dh68) per annum for all PLIF subscribers who contribute between Rs1,000 and Rs12,000 a year in NPS-Lite, the new national pension scheme.
Delivery of the complete system, PLIF, along with accessories and equipment described in detail in the tender documents.
This report also includes key data from the minimally invasive spinal (MIS) fusion market, including XLIF, AxiaLIF, GLIF, DLIF, MIS PLIF and MIS TLIF approaches.
A unique feature of the tezo PLIF, TLIF and ALIF products is that they maintain a porous structure on the inner surfaces of the implants that promotes integration of bone for enhanced fusion, as well as retroserrated toothing on the caudal and cranial surfaces of the implants that provide for very effective primary stability.
6 - Rear stabilization (przeznasadowa) lumbosacral spine with stabilization PLIF / TLIF,
This zero-profile construct is utilized in a variety of surgical techniques such as PLIF, TLIF or ALIF, expands 6 degrees and may restore up to 12 degrees of lordosis.