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What is an ACDF? (Spine Surgeon Explains)

by Chester John Donnally, III, M.D | 29 days ago

The vertebrae of the backbone are cushioned by intervertebral discs that act as shock absorbers and allow frictionless movement of your back. It is made up of a soft gel-like center called the nucleus pulposus that is surrounded by a tough outer ring of annulus fibrosus. A herniated

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