Published Research

Globus Medical MERC Research
Research Study

Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion with expandable versus static interbody devices: radiographic assessment of sagittal segmental and pelvic parameters.

Neurosurg Focus 43 (2):E10, 2017

Research Study

Assessment of radiographic and clinical outcomes of an articulating expandable interbody cage in minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion for spondylolisthesis.

Neurosurg Focus 44 (1):E8, 2018

Research Study

Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion using expandable technology: a clinical and radiographic analysis of 50 patients

World Neurosurg 90:228–235, 2016

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Clinical and radiographic analysis of expandable versus static lateral lumbar interbody fusion devices with two-year follow-up.

J Spine Surg 4(1):62–71, 2018

Research Study

Indirect decompression and vertebral body endplate strength after lateral interbody spacer impaction: cadaveric and foam-block models

J Neurosurg Spine 24(5):727–733, 2016.

Research Study
COALITION® Panchal et al. 2017

A clinical comparison of anterior cervical plates versus stand-alone intervertebral fusion devices for single anterior cervical discectomy and fusion procedures.

World Neurosurg 99:630–637, 2017

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A novel lateral titanium expandable interbody spacer with integrated plate restores anterior and posterior disc height and intervertebral lordosis.

J Spine S8:002, 2019

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Lumbar percutaneous pedicle screw breach rates: a comparison of robotic navigation platform versus conventional techniques

Panchmatia et al. Clin Spine Surg. Mar 06 [Epub ahead of print], 2020.

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Navigated robotic assistance results in improved screw accuracy and positive clinical outcomes: an evaluation of the first 54 cases (open access)

Benech et al. J Robot Surg Aug 08 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

Research Study

Ensuring navigation integrity using robotics in spine surgery

J Robot Surg Apr 15 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

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ExcelsiusGPS® Godzik et al. 2019

A quantitative assessment of the accuracy and reliability of robotically guided percutaneous pedicle screw placement: technique and application accuracy.

Oper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) Feb 6 [Epub ahead of print], 2019


Navigated robot-guided pedicle screws placed successfully in single-position lateral lumbar interbody fusion.
Huntsman et al. J Robot Surg Oct 17 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.