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About Compression Fractures

Frequently asked questions about the Crosstrees System for PVA

What are the risks associated with this procedure?
All surgical procedures carry risks. The risks of the investigational Crosstrees procedure are expected to be no greater than the risks associated with vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty treatments for vertebral compression fractures. These include leakage of bone cement out of the vertebral body; fracture of a spine pedicle or the sternum or ribs; injury to vertebral body endplates; injury to veins, arteries, and nerve tissue of the spine; recurrent disk herniation; spinal fluid leak; and re-operation.

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