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David C Paul, Andrew Lee: Spine stabilization system. Globus Medical, Castellano Malm Farrario & Buck PLLC, January 17, 2006: US06986771 (347 worldwide citation)

A spine stabilization system having one or more flexible elements with tubular structures with openings or slits. The flexible elements may limit rotation, flexion-extension, or lateral bending of the spine. The system also may have a locking mechanism that secures one or more flexible elements in a ...


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David C Paul, Andrew Lee: Spine stabilization system. Globus Medical, Castellano Malm Ferrario & Buck PLLC, January 24, 2006: US06989011 (316 worldwide citation)

The invention generally concerns a spine stabilization system having one or more flexible elements having an opening or slit. The flexible element may be integrally formed in a rod having ends capable of receiving fasteners. The flexible element may limit rotation, flexion-extension, or lateral bend ...


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Chad Glerum, Sean Suh: Expandable fusion device and method of installation thereof. Globus Medical, November 22, 2011: US08062375 (234 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an expandable fusion device capable of being installed inside an intervertebral disc space to maintain normal disc spacing and restore spinal stability, thereby facilitating an intervertebral fusion. In one embodiment, the fusion device includes a body portion, a first ...


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David C Paul: Spinal fusion implant. Globus Medical, Castellano Malm Ferrario & Buck PLLC, November 21, 2006: US07137997 (135 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to spacers that are configured to promote fusion. Windows or openings in the sidewalls of the fusion spacers may be provided to allow a physician to view the treated area to confirm that fusion has occurred or to check on the progress of treatment. Fusion spacers of the ...


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Andrew Iott, Andrew Lee, Edward Karpowicz: Percutaneous vertebral stabilization system. Globus Medical, July 20, 2010: US07758617 (118 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a percutaneous vertebral stabilization system. A first anchor is positionable within a body of a patient through a first percutaneous opening and a second anchor is positionable within a body of a patient through a second percutaneous opening. A stabilization member ...


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David C Paul, Andrew Lee: Spine stabilization system. Globus Medical, David C Paul, Andrew Lee, MALM Brian J, December 9, 2004: WO/2004/105577 (118 worldwide citation)

The invention generally concerns a spine stabilization system having one or more flexible elements (30) having an opening or slit (12, 16, 20, 24, 38). The flexible element (30) may be integrally formed in a rod (10, 14) having ends capable of receiving fastener (82, 84, 270, 280). The flexible elem ...


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Mark Weiman: Expandable fusion device and method of installation thereof. Globus Medical, March 19, 2013: US08398713 (101 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an expandable fusion device capable of being installed inside an intervertebral disc space to maintain normal disc spacing and restore spinal stability, thereby facilitating an intervertebral fusion. In one embodiment, the fusion device includes a central ramp, a first ...


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William S Rhoda, Noah Hansell, Andrew Lee: Expandable vertebral prosthesis. Globus Medical, March 9, 2010: US07674296 (91 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an expandable prosthetic implant device for engagement between vertebrae generally comprising an inner member, outer member, and gear member positioned coaxial with respect to each other such that the inner and outer members are moveable relative to each other along ...


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Chad Glerum, Sean Suh, Mark Weiman: Expandable fusion device and method of installation thereof. Globus Medical, August 27, 2013: US08518120 (89 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an expandable fusion device capable of being installed inside an intervertebral disc space to maintain normal disc spacing and restore spinal stability, thereby facilitating an intervertebral fusion. In one embodiment, the fusion device includes a body portion, a first ...


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Chad Glerum, Sean Suh, Mark Weiman: Expandable fusion device and method of installation thereof. Globus Medical, October 15, 2013: US08556979 (86 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an expandable fusion device capable of being installed inside an intervertebral disc space to maintain normal disc spacing and restore spinal stability, thereby facilitating an intervertebral fusion. In one embodiment, the fusion device includes a body portion, a first ...