Capri Cervical 3D Expandable
Corpectomy Cage System

The Capri Cervical 3D Expandable Corpectomy Cage System provides an innovative, 3D-printed solution for stabilization of the spine in cases of vertebral body resections resulting from trauma or tumor. Capri Cervical 3D Expandable is constructed using Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology. This technology incorporates 500 um longitudinal channels throughout the implant, which in conjunction with transverse windows, create an interconnected lattice designed to allow for bony integration. [1]


  • Designed for an anterior cervical approach
  • Lamellar 3D Titanium Technology features a 3-5μm surface roughness to allow for direct bony on-growth1,2
  • Roughened titanium surfaces designed to increase protein expression in contrast to smooth titanium surfaces3,4,5
  • Height/Angulation Driver allows for controlled in-situ height and lordotic adjustment
  • Continuous adjustable endplate angulation of 0-20°
  • Sterile packed implants offered in 13x16 and 14x18mm footprints



  1. Test Report TR-12202.
  2. Loh QL and Choong C. “Three-dimensional scaffolds for tissue-engineering applications: Role of porosity and pore size.” Tissue Engineering Part B 19 (2013): 485-502.3.
  3. Karande TS, Kaufmann JM, and Agrawal CM. “Chapter 3: Functions and Requirements of Synthetic Scaffolds in Tissue Engineering.” Nanotechnology and Regenerative Engineering: The Scaffold, Second Edition. Ed. CT Laurencin and LS Nair. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2014. Pages 63-102.4.
  4. Bobyn JD, Pilliar RM, Cameron HU, and Weatherly GC. “The optimum pore size for the fixation of porous-surfaced metal implants by the ingrowth of bone.” Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 150 (1980): 263-270.5.
  5. Karageorgiou V and Kaplan D. “Porosity of 3D biomaterials scaffolds and osteogenesis.” Biomaterials 26 (2005): 5474-5491


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