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DFINE Seeks Meaning Outside Of Spine

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Privately held DFINE Inc., a supplier of tools for treating vertebral compression fractures in the spine, is trying to reposition itself from being a spine company to an “interventionalist company” that provides tools necessary to interventional radiologists, neuroradiologists, and oncologists.

The company’s StabiliT Radiofrequency Targeted Vertebral Augmentation (RF-TVA) delivers a highly viscous cement that it says makes the delivery of cement into a vertebral body easier for physicians and safer for patients. Now, DFINE executives see the RF energy as a key to the door that could lead the company to much larger markets, enabling it to go beyond vertebral compression fractures and someday perhaps even beyond the spine to treating mestastic cancer of the bone.

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