Bauman reported that there was no significant impact on the FJL after ProDisc-C implantation, during spinal bending.
Moreover, as shown in [Figure 5] and [Figure 6], the growth speed of the FJL also increased with the number of fusion segments, in which extension was the fastest of the motions ( P < 0.05).
During rotation, FJL increased contralaterally, and the center of force spread from the contralateral part of the forced articular side to the entire area.
[sup],, In this study, the adjacent segment FJL rates were found be faster after fusion.
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