Here are five points:
1. K2M's Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology uses an advanced 3D printing method to create structures that allow for bony integration throughout an implant.
2. The CASCADIA Cervical Interbody System is an intervertebral body fusion device, while the CASCADIA AN Lordotic Oblique Interbody System features a full-range of anatomically designed interbodies for oblique placement through a transforaminal-lumbar approach.
3. All CASCADIA interbody systems are cleared for use with both autologous and allogenic bone graft tissue.
4. The systems are intended for use in treating patients with degenerative disc disease and degenerative scoliosis.
5. Additionally, K2M received FDA clearance to market additional offerings of the two interbody systems.
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