Radiopaque Tissue Marker
Is indicated for radiographic marking of sites in soft tissue. It is also indicated in situations where the soft tissue needs to be marked for future medical procedures.
Examples of Use could include:
- Marking the extent of a tumor or where a tumor was removed with the tissue marker, which can give better information on tumor size and location with respect to when the tissue marker was placed
- Can be utilized in revision surgeries to mark locations of interest (e.g., where infection was located and removed, or to act as navigation markers, etc.)
- Placed to facilitate measurement of tissue stretch or retraction after rotator cuff, Achilles tendon, anterior cruciate ligament, or any other soft tissue repair
- Assessing tissue growth around an open physis following surgical procedures such as periarticular fractures or juxta-epiphyseal osteomyelitis
- Assessing growth of soft tissue grafts at the bone-ligament and bone-tendon interfaces in skeletally immature individuals
- Placed to facilitate measuring edges of the defect in hernia repair
- Tracking the location, stretch and integration of implanted surgical mesh in soft tissue repair (e.g. rotator cuff, hernia, vaginal prolapse, etc.)
- Providing surgical guides for planes of dissection and for localization purposes in radiation therapy planning
This product is pending FDA review and is not currently available for sale in the US.