After the 5-Year clinical results published in 2018, we are proud to announce that the European Spine Journal has just published the 10-Year results.
81 patients continued their follow up to 10-years and the results confirm the long-term performance and safety of the device. In a nutshell, at 10 years the range of motion is preserved in 86.6% of the patients, the upper adjacentdisc height is preserved with no degeneration, compared with the pre-operative height. There are no long-term device or surgery related complications and no progressive osteolysis is observed.
We look forward to seeing the 15-Year results!