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PLIF: POSTERIOR LUMBAR INTERBODY FUSION

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Posterior Lumbar interbody fusion is a surgical technique for placing bone graft between adjacent vertebrae (interbody).
Typically, screws and rods or other types of spinal instrumentation are used to hold the spine in position while the bone heals.

Indications for this procedure may include pain and spinal instability resulting from spondylolisthesis, degenerative disc disease, or when a discectomy is performed to relieve nerve compression and the patient has associated mechanical low back pain.

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