Anterior Cervical Plate

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The postoperative assessment and adjuvant radiation therapy during tumor treatment are no longer limited by metallic implants. The icotec Anterior Cervical Plate System made of BlackArmor® Carbon/PEEK offers translucency, strong and stable fixation that withstands the mechanical demands and stresses of anterior cervical stabilization.

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The icotec Anterior Cervical Plate System is intended to restore the integrity of the spinal column even in the absence of fusion for a limited time period in patients with advanced stage tumors involving the cervical spine (C2 to T1) in whom life expectancy is of insufficient duration to permit achievement of fusion.

A detailed description of the indications and precautions can be found in the respective instructions for use.

Features and Benefits

  • Implant made of BlackArmor® Carbon/PEEK
    reduced artifacts in postoperative imaging procedures

  • Harmonized Load Transfer
    resulting in less stress shielding due to a better match of the mechanical properties

  • Precontoured Plates
    adapted to patient’s anatomy with a cervical lordosis up to 22°

  • Fixed-Angle Screws
    screw angulation prevents screw penetration through end plates
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Anterior Cervical Plate

Radiographic Visualization


Intraoperative X-ray, lateral view

icotec Anterior Cervical Plate with four screws and KONG®-C VBR M

Postoperative CT, lateral view

icotec Anterior Cervical Plate and KONG®-C VBR M showing ideal fit of the end plates

Postoperative MRI, sagittal view

icotec Anterior Cervical Plate and KONG®-C VBR M showing complete decompression and ligamentotaxis

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