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J&J/DePuy Charite Artificial Spinal Disc Restores Height By 7.2 MM Average

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Johnson & Johnson/DePuy's Charite artificial lumbar disc restores disc space height from an average of 5.7 mm pre-implant to 12.9 mm at 24 months
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