Published Research

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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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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.

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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

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Robotic assisted navigated minimally invasive pedicle screw placement in the first 100 cases at a single institution.

J Robot Surg Feb 28 [Epub ahead of print], 2019.

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Pedicle screw accuracy assessment in ExcelsiusGPS® robotic spine surgery: evaluation of deviation from pre-planned trajectory

Chinese Neurosurgical J 4(23), 2018

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Does the accuracy of pedicle screw placement differ between the attending surgeon and resident in navigated robotic-assisted minimally invasive spine surgery?

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Pedicle screw accuracy in clinical utilization of minimally invasive navigated robot assisted spine surgery

J Robot Surg Jul 19 [Epub ahead of print], 2019

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Evaluation of two novel integrated stand-alone spacer designs compared with anterior and anterior-posterior single-level lumbar fusion techniques: an in vitro biomechanical investigation

Asian Spine J 11(6):854–862, 2017

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Static versus expandable interbody spacers: preliminary 1-year clinical and radiographic results

J Clin Neurol Neurosurg Spine 1(1):113, 2017.

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Laterally placed expandable interbody spacers with adjustable lordosis improve radiographic and clinical outcomes

J Spine S8:001, 2019