Trabis™ corpectomy

Cervical corpectomy cage

 

Examples of surgical indications
– Cervical spondylotic myelopathy
– Cervical tumor
– Multi-level cervical trauma
Advantages
Radiolucent interbody cage, no MRI or CT artifacts.
Objective evaluation of the saggital and frontal fusion.
Vertical walls for intersomatic stabilization.
Sizes
Anatomical dome and 2 possible lordosis (4° or 15°), up to 17 available heights (from 17,6mm to 52,6mm).
Note
The need for additional fixation by anterior cervical plate is left at the surgeon’s discretion.

Fusion

X-ray post-op 9 months

MRI post-op 3 months

Radiological results

 

Male, 26 years old, C7T1 spondylodiscitis
Paresthesia and motor deficit of both upperlimbs with major instability of the cervical spine
For further information on the use of this product, please refer to the Usage Information by clicking on the following link IFU