I.C. Orille

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Conventional spinal implants show an invariable behaviour that is not adapted to patients post-surgery evolution (e.g. scoliosis in children). They work as static and rigid structures that underpin the skeleton. A new visco-elastic spine implant is non-invasively controlled by means of a transcutaneous transformer, for progressive correction of spinal(More)
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