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Volume 12
Issue 3
Online publication date 2012-07-27
Title Posterior interbody spondylodesis with cage in the system of lumbar osteochondrosis treatment
Author Khusniddin Nuraliev
Abstract Titanic cage in combination with autobone can be used successfully for the different types of interbody spondilodesis additionally to the other known implants. Owing to the holes located in the corpus of titanic cage there is contact between autobone and osseous tissue of the adjacent vertebrae. The favaourable conditions have been created for formation of bone-metallic spondylodesis. The application of titanium cage has reduced traumatic effect of operation and has not required additional use of autobone tissue from the iliac crest. 
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Keywords Titanic cage, spondilodesis, osteochondrosis, autobone
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