LLIF Products

Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion (LLIF)
Our Spine Innovation Engine has developed a portfolio that includes a comprehensive line of (LLIF) Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion products.


ELSA®-ATP is an expandable lateral spacer designed to deliver integrated fixation from an anterior to psoas approach.


ELSA® is an expandable interbody fusion spacer with integrated fixation designed to maximize segmental lordosis while minimizing disruption to patient anatomy.


RISE® is an all titanium expandable lumbar fusion device which minimizes insertion force, provides controlled distraction and optimizes endplate-to-endplate fit.


CALIBER®-L is an expandable lateral lumbar fusion device designed to streamline insertion and optimize fit.
InterContinental Globus


InterContinental® Plate-Spacer is the next generation system in minimally invasive lateral fixation.
TransContinental Globus


TransContinental® is a comprehensive spacer system made of PEEK radiolucent material with extensive instrumentation for Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion (LLIF).
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PLYMOUTH® is a minimally invasive plate system that is designed to provide stabilization through a single lateral approach.


MARS™3VL is a low-profile linear retractor system designed to facilitate easier and more controlled access.


MARS™3V is a versatile and variable vision minimal access retractor system for unprecedented control of tissue retraction in a lumbar interbody fusion procedure.

One Year Clinical Study Featuring RISE®-L

A recent clinical study1 published in the Journal of Clinical Neurology, Neurosurgery and Spine compared the clinical and radiographic outcomes of 64 patients treated with static and expandable interbody spacers following minimally invasive lateral lumbar interbody fusion (LLIF).

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1Frisch RF et al. Journal of Clinical Neurology, Neurosurgery and Spine. 1 (1): 112, 2017. Static versus expandable interbody spacers: preliminary 1-year clinical and radiographic results.

Two Year Clinical Study Featuring CALIBER®-L

A recent clinical study1 published in the March issue of the Journal of Spine Surgery compared the radiographic and clinical outcomes of 56 patients treated with expandable and static lateral lumbar interbody spacers.

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1Frisch RF, Luna IY, Brooks DM, Joshua G, O’Brien JR. Clinical and radiographic analysis of expandable versus static lateral lumbar interbody fusion devices with two-year follow-up. J Spine Surg 2018;4(1):62-71.



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