The cage will belong to the company's stand-alone portfolio and complements the ROI-C anatomically shaped cage. The cage can be used with the company's VerteBRIDGE plating technology. The cage is designed to reduce the need for thick cervical plates that could contribute to dysphagia.
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LDR Receives FDA 510(k) Clearance for ROI-Lordotic Cervical CageWritten by Laura Miller | April 24, 2012
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