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Dudasik Michael W, Hedley Anthony K, Hungerford David S, Poggie Matthew P: Femoral component for a hip prothesis.. Howmedica, Hedley Anthony K, Hungerford David S, November 2, 1994: EP0622061-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A femoral component for a hip prosthesis has a distal portion defining a central longitudinal axis. The component has a generally conically shaped mid-shaft portion and a proximal portion with a shape based on the reamer and a shaped chisel used by the surgeon to prepare the proximal metaphysis and ...


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Fisher Michael G, Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Cordes Kevin, Katsuya Toshinobu: Dynamic knee balancer with pressure sensing. Synvasive Technology, Fisher Michael G, Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Cordes Kevin, Katsuya Toshinobu, HARRIS Joel M, May 4, 2006: WO/2006/047005 (2 worldwide citation)

A device for performing a surgical procedure on a knee includes an adjustable femoral portion, a tibial portion and at least one sensor coupled with the femoral and/or tibial portions to sense pressure exerted by the femoral and tibial portions against one another. The femoral portion is adapted for ...


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Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Fletcher Henry H: Surgical tools for joint replacement. Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Fletcher Henry H, BEHIEL Arthur J, December 23, 2004: WO/2004/110251 (2 worldwide citation)

Described are surgical tools, including tool drivers and implantation instruments, that provide improved visual and positional access to human acetabulum. Some embodiments include a conduit (305) with multiple bends to circumvent soft tissue surrounding the acetabulum. The conduits (305) may employ ...


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Fisher Michael G, Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Cordes Kevin, Katsuya Toshinobu: Dynamic knee balancer. Synvasive Technology, Fisher Michael G, Hedley Anthony K, Howard Michael, Cordes Kevin, Katsuya Toshinobu, SMITH Scott M, August 25, 2005: WO/2005/076834

Dynamic knee balancing devices, systems and methods provide for enhanced total knee arthroplasty ('TKA') procedures. Devices generally include a stationary femoral member for removably attaching to a distal femur and an adjustable femoral member coupled with the stationary member for adjusting ligam ...


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Dudasik Michael W, Hedley Anthony K, Hungerford David S, Poggie Matthew P: Femur element for hip joint prosthesis. Howmedica, Hedley Anthony K, Hungerford David S, May 16, 1995: JP1995-124187

PURPOSE: To apply a femur element for a hip joint prosthesis to total his joint plasty. by designing it to involve a tip portion and a base portion of cross sections defining the central, backward, sideward and forward surfaces perpendicularly to the center axis thereof and to have a shape adapted t ...