Advancing spinal surgery with 3D-printed Tritanium® implants “engineered for bone”

Stryker’s 3D-printed Tritanium In-Growth Technology continues to impact spinal surgery. A novel, highly porous titanium material designed for bone in-growth and biological fixation1, Tritanium...

Emerging Implant Technologies on target with disruptive spinal implant designs

This article is sponsored by EIT, LLC. Emerging Implant Technologies (EIT): Cellular Titanium® for improved fusion results Frustration at the clinical shortcomings of existing cage designs...

Percutaneous vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty: current status, new developments and old controversies

Dimitri Filippiadis and Alexis Kelekis (both Department of Radiology II, Attikon University Hospital, Athens, Greece) here detail the history and future of percutaneous vertebroplasty...

3D printing: the future of spinal implants?

Daniel Spencer is a business manager at Charlton Morris, an executive search firm specialising in the medical space. Here, he argues that 3D printing...

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