1st cases with 7D's minimally invasive spine module completed

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The first cases using the 7D Percutaneous Spine Module have been completed in the U.S. and Australia, SeaSpine said Oct. 6.

The module for minimally invasive spine surgery is used with the 7D Flash navigation system. The system uses visible light instead of radiation to create 3D images for surgical navigation in seconds.

Dr. Michael Selby of Adelaide Spine & Brain in Melbourne, Australia, was the first surgeon to use the module in a clinical setting.

"As a spine surgeon who treats an extensive range of complex degenerative and deformity pathologies, the addition of the Perc Module to the 7D Flash Navigation System enables me to truly optimize my spine navigation workflow, specific to the approach that is most suitable for the procedure that I am performing," he said in a news release.

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