Medtronic gets twin US boost for cervical discs
This article was originally published in Clinica
Gaining an enviable head start in the US artificial disc market for the cervical spine, Medtronic this week received approval to sell the country's first such device and also obtained a favourable recommendation from FDA advisors for a similar device.
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