Preclinical study of 3D printed titanium interbody cage indicates improved motion and bone growth
A preclinical study evaluating Stryker’s (Allendale, NJ, USA) 3D-Printed Tritanium® PL Interbody Cage, a highly porous titanium alloy implant designed for spine bone in-growth and biological fixation, indicates improved motion and bone in-growth compared with other materials.
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