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New combination of IntraSPINE device and posterior lumbar interbody fusion for rare skipped-level lumbar disc herniation: a case report and literature review

Journal of International Medical Research, Volume 48, Issue 8, August 2020.
Posterior lumbar interbody fusion is an open surgical technique that has been widely used for the treatment of degenerative lumbar disease. However, traditional lumbar spinal fusion, especially long-segment fusion surgery, is associated with several complications. The IntraSPINE (Cousin Biotech, Wervicq-Sud, France) is a new device for non-fusion lumbar spine surgery that is used as an alternative for the treatment of degenerative lumbar disease. Although the designer of the IntraSPINE proposed indications for its use, including combination of the device with lumbar spinal fusion for the treatment of degenerative lumbar disease, use of the IntraSPINE has not been reported in the clinical literature. In the present case, we boldly combined the IntraSPINE device and posterior lumbar interbody fusion for the treatment of skipped-level lumbar disc herniation to explore the indications of the IntraSPINE and report its clinical outcomes. Read More

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