Medtronic launches spine implant for flexibility:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medtronic has launched in Europe a spinal implant designed to treat spinal degeneration while enabling the patient to bend their spine forwards and backwards. The DIAM (device for intervertebral assisted motion) was launched at the EuroSpine meeting in Prague (Czech Republic). It is designed for use with Medtronic's minimal access spinal surgery products.
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