Medacta Corporate | The M.U.S.T. Mini posterior cervical screw system.

One system
multiple options

RATIONALE

The M.U.S.T. MINI posterior cervical screw system is a comprehensive solution for fixation of the occipito-cervico-thoracic spine. The variety of screws, hooks, rods and connectors allows the surgeon to tailor the construct to the specific patient anatomy and pathology to be treated.

M.U.S.T. MINI SCREWS

Solid Ø 3.5mm, 4.0mm, 4.5mm

Cannulated Ø 4.0mm, 4.5mm

Full &Partial threaded 

 

CANNULATED Screws
Enhanced sharp tip to facilitate Implant insertion

 

 

CONNECTORS

Multiple choices of connectors:

  • to accommodate peculiar anatomies
  • to provide appropriate stabilization of the treated segments
  • to fix and adapt neck muscles thanks to the unique spinous process connector  

RODS

Available in Titanium alloy or CoCr when superior stiffness is needed 

Straight and Transition Rods

Different lengths, from 80mm up to 600 mm
 

KEY FEATURES

All the M.U.S.T. MINI screws have the friction head feature to facilitate rod placement and ease of maneuvers during surgery.

Orient the screw head

The screw head maintains the position

Friction  between the internal components allows to hold the screw head in the desired position

The broad range of motion, up to 96° for the overall cone angle, eases the surgical practice in challenging anatomies.

SYNERGY

The M.U.S.T. Pedicle Screw System is an unconstrained polyaxial screw, rod & connector design applicable to degenerative, deformity and trauma indications using traditional open or MIS surgical approaches.

COMING SOON

The Occipital Plate offers flexibility to extend and further stabilise the posterior cervical construct.

OC PLATES

Small and large design to accomodate different patient anatomy

SCREW ALIGNMENT

Screws aligned along the external protuberance to maximize bone purchase

SNAP IN

Adjustable OC Plate connectors with Snap-in feature to facilitate rod engagement

SCREWS

Flat tip design with aggressive groove to facilitate screw insertion

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