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Old 09-11-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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ROI-C Cervical Cage

I'm posting on behalf of my fiancé, whose Dr. wants to do a cervical fusion using the ROI-C device. I've searched these boards and am not feeling very confident regarding the lack of success that I've found in these posts, most of which are from a few years ago. I've also found a couple of instances of paralysis reported to the FDA due to failure of the device.

We'd greatly appreciate it if those of you who have gone through this can share your feelings and experiences regarding the long-term viability of this procedure and device. BonnieBell444 and Elle45 specifically and any others with experience, please let us know.


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Old 09-11-2012, 12:10 PM   #2
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Re: ROI-C Cervical Cage

It's good to get feedback here, although it may be a little slanted (people who've had nothing but success have little reason to hang out here).

I think, though, that your fiancee really needs opinions from TWO other surgeons. Ones who don't know the first guy...

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