A minimally invasive revision spine case can lead to many challenges including an increased risk of a dural tear, which is more difficult to repair than in the case of a conventional approach.

We have recently introduced the use of the CADISS system in a few cases of recurrent herniated discs. The first impression is the significant help it brings that makes it possible to catch up the additional waiting time for soaking by accelerating the time of the dissection of fibrosis.