A new study published in Clinical Spine Surgery compares two different 3D C-arms for intraoperative imaging and navigation during minimally invasive spine surgery.

Stryker finalized its Novadaq Technologies acquisition for $701 million. They announced plans to purchased Novadaq Technologies in June.

Woodbury, Minn.-based Summit Orthopedics bought four Carestream DRX-Evolution Plus systems for its new center.

EOS imaging introduced a new version of its spineEOS, which now incorporates biomechanical patient data into surgery simulation and planning.

NuVasive launched the LessRay software system technology, designed to address overexposure to radiation in operating rooms during minimally invasive spine surgery.

Vail-Summit Orthopaedics will offer platelet-rich plasma and stem cell injections at its Colorado-based locations in Edwards, Frisco and Vail.

Atlanta-based Orthopedic and Back Pain Centers of America added The Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute to its network.

The FDA issued a warning letter to the Sunrise, Fla.-based US Stem Cell Clinic for inaccurate marketing of its stem cell products as well as other deviations, according to the FDA.

Regenerative Biologics Institute opened the doors of its new facility in Vero Beach, Fla.

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