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spinal stenosis

Interlaminar stabilization fills the spinal stenosis ‘Transition Zone’ — And now payment codes are catching up

Lumbar spinal stenosis affects 8 percent to 11 percent of people in the United States; by 2021, around 2.4 million Americans are expected to have spinal stenosis. The typical spinal stenosis sufferer is more than 50 years old and can present with varying degrees of the disease. For years, there were two options for treating spinal stenosis patients: a simple decompression or decompression and spinal fusion.

 

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