Cadisc-C

Added May 13, 2013

Manufactured and Distributed by Ranier Technology

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The Cadisc-C is an intervertebral disc implant manufactured from a polymer. It has a graduated modulus design which mimics the natural disc, has a mobile centre of rotation for load-sharing biomechanics and is visible on x-ray and MRI. 

The surface of the implant has a macro- and micro-texture with a CaPO4 coating for osseo-integration.

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