Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, June 26th, 2005
The cases were performed in Europe by Scott Webb, assisted by local surgeons trained by Webb under a fellowship program at the Florida Spine Institute. All cases were successful with no complications, and all patients are reported to be doing well post operatively.
The TFAS is a novel, patented spinal implant designed to treat spinal stenosis, a condition in which degenerative changes in the facet joints result in compression of spinal nerves producing neurological symptoms in the legs.
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