I have seen tons of posts about non union, never thought I would here that news for myself.
@ and there was never anything there. Not here to rehash that or complain, sorry. It is what it is, now we just need to pick up the pieces.
How does a doctor determine if a non-union needs to be corrected? I am sure they all have different criteria, but just in general. How much bone do you need to hold things stable?
I am wondering if a PLIF could be fixed with an anterior fusion, I am really not sure I want to agree to another PLIF,lol.
Thanks for any input!