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Indications:
The Barricaid is indicated for reducing the incidence of reherniation and reoperation in skeletally mature patients with radiculopathy (with or without back pain) attributed to a posterior or posterolateral herniation, and confirmed by history, physical examination and imaging studies which demonstrate neural compression using MRI to treat a large annular defect (between 4-6mm tall and between 6-10mm wide) following a primary discectomy procedure (excision of herniated intervertebral disc) at a single level between L4 and S1.

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