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Lumbar Spinal Fusion - Medical Animation
 
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Lumbar Spinal Fusion - Medical Animation
Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure performed on the spine to weld two or more vertebrae together using surgical hardware and bone graft material. The steps of a spinal fusion surgery are explained, along with a number of conditions that can be treated with the surgery.

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