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Umberto Agrillo, Luciano Mastronardi and Fabrizio Puzzilli

plating: analysis of results and review of the literature. Surg Neurol 49: 25–31, 1998 3. Brantigan JW , Steffee AD , Geiger JM : A carbon fiber implant to aid interbody fusion. Mechanical testing. Spine 16 : S277 – S282 , 1991 Brantigan JW, Steffee AD, Geiger JM: A carbon fiber implant to aid interbody fusion. Mechanical testing. Spine 16: S277–S282, 1991 4. Brooke NS , Rorke AW , King AT , et al : Preliminary experience of carbon fibre cage prostheses for treatment of cervical spine

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Neurosurgical Forum: Letters to the Editor To The Editor Thomas B. Ducker , M.D. Annapolis, Maryland 114 114 Abstract: Object. The purposes of bone substitutes for anterior cervical fusion (ACF) are immediate biomechanical support and osteointegration of the graft. The authors report their preliminary results in performing ACF in which carbon fiber cages (CFCs) containing coralline hydroxyapatite (HA) are used as bone substitute. Methods. During a 24-month period, anterior microsurgical discectomy was