World first for lumbosacral facet joint replacement, claims Archus
This article was originally published in Clinica
Archus Orthopedics has reported that its TFAS-LS system has been successfully implanted in human patients for the first time. The Redmond, Washington-based firm also claims another first: the first ever lumbosacral spinal facet joint replacement.
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