Spinal Repair Systems

Example Definitions of "Spinal Repair Systems"
Spinal Repair Systems. Any current or future devices, systems or methods using interpositional arthroplasty systems for facet joints, uncovertebral joints and costovertebral joints, including related surgical instruments and surgical techniques, for the treatment of conditions or disorders of the human spine, including without limitation degenerative spine disease, disk disease, facet joint disease, osteoporosis, osteoporotic compression fractures, spinal fractures, spinal stenosis (including central, lateral recess... and foraminal stenosis), spine trauma, spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, spondylolysis, arachnoiditis, diseases of the neural structures and spinal cord, malignant disease to the spine including osseous, soft-tissue and neural elements, revision surgery, for example for other devices, and surgery involving the muscle apparatus of the spine. Spinal Repair Systems include, without limitation, implants or devices or systems made of metal, plastic, polymers, liquid metal or other suitable material; injectable solutions; self-hardening materials, self-expandable devices; inflatable devices; matrices and similar systems; hydrogels and similar systems; biological repair materials or kits; bio-resorbable materials or devices; surgical instruments used for treatment of spinal conditions; surgical and interventional planning techniques used for the treatment of spinal conditions; implants, devices, systems, biological and non-biological, optionally utilizing an imaging test for preoperative sizing and/or manufacturing; and combinations of drugs and devices or combinations of different materials including biologies and non-biologics. View More
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