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The company is marketing the SImmetry Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System, a minimally invasive procedure intended for conditions including sacroiliac joint disruptions and degenerative sacroiliitis, and recently received CE Marking for the Glyder Facet Restoration Device, a non-fusion, minimally invasive technology intended to provide relief from lumbar facet pain.
Clinical outcomes of 90 isolated unilateral facet fractures, subluxations, and dislocations treated surgically and nonoperatively.
Facets are like different axes along which documents can be classified.
Hearst defines facets as a [sic] "a set of meaningful labels organized in such a way as to reflect the concepts relevant to a domain.
However, the methodology and the facet division program developed in this study are not limited to CTI only, other topographic indices (e.
In most chunks of crystalline material, facets correspond to a few, highly favored planes within the lattice of atoms.
If you are a holder of Facet Biotech stock and want to discuss your legal rights, you may e-mail or call Bull & Lifshitz, LLP who will, without obligation or cost to you, attempt to answer your questions.
Through the GLISSADE clinical study we have seen the potential of Glyder Facet Restoration, and understand the considerations for proper patient selection and use," stated Prof.
X-spine designed Zygafix with a titanium compression screw, which in the company's estimation compares favorably to intra-facet systems that consist of a solid bone implant placed into the facet joint, not providing mechanical fixation.
50-per-share offer was inadequate and did not fairly value our company and its prospects," Facet Chief Executive Officer Faheem Hasnain said.
Many potential disc recipients are contraindicated because they also exhibit evidence of facet joint degeneration.