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People who suffer from lower back pain and opt for spinal surgery may soon have another minimally invasive option for filling the space left following the removal of the damaged or diseased disc. By inserting through a much smaller incision than current devices, the expandable XYcor spinal implant from Vertebration has the potential to spare significant trauma to the soft tissue and bone while it provides mechanical support during the fusion process between the vertebra of the spine.
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