PLIF Cage Peek
A PLIF cage, or posterior lumbar interbody fusion cage, is a medical implant used to stabilize and fuse the vertebrae in the lumbar spine. It is a small, cage-like device that is inserted between the vertebrae during a PLIF surgery. PLIF surgery is a type of spinal fusion surgery that is used to treat a variety of conditions, including degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, and spondylolisthesis.
- A small, hollow device made of various materials.
- Designed to promote bone growth and fusion.
- Easy to perform with an open or minimally invasive procedure.
- Designed with anatomical structure and optimal fusion conditions.
- Come in a variety of shapes and sizes to meet the demands of the patient.
- Restores alignment, offers stability, reduces pain from abnormal motion by filling intervertebral space.
- Typically has a graft window on the top and bottom of the cage to allow for bone graft placement.
- Distributes load, reduces strain on nearby structures in fused segments.
- Improves fusion rates for successful, stable long-term outcomes.
- Available in PEEK.
- Available width 7,8,9,11 and 12 (in mm).
- Degenerative disc disease
- Spinal stenosis