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Todd M Boyce, Albert Manrique, Nelson L Scarborough, James L Russell: Bone-derived implant for load-supporting applications. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, May 4, 1999: US05899939 (375 worldwide citation)

A bone-derived implant is provided which is made up of one or more layers of fully mineralized or partially demineralized cortical bone and, optionally, one or more layers of some other material. The layers constituting the implant are assembled into a unitary structure to provide an implant exhibit ...


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John W Boyle, Lawrence A Shimp, David R Kaes, John W Morris, Erik O Martz, Todd M Boyce, Mark Daugherty: Ramp-shaped intervertebral implant. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, August 21, 2001: US06277149 (363 worldwide citation)

A ramp-shaped intervertebral implant is disclosed. The implant has a body having a first end, a second end, a top surface and a bottom surface. At least one of the top and bottom surfaces is tapered and converges towards the second end of the body. An opening extends through the body and has one end ...


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Michael Dowd, Denis G Dyke: Shaped materials derived from elongate bone particles. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, April 16, 1996: US05507813 (357 worldwide citation)

Surgically implantable shaped materials, e.g., sheets, are fabricated from elongate bone particles, advantageously those that have been demineralized. The materials when applied to a bone repair site enhance or accelerate new bone ingrowth by any one of a variety of biological and/or mechanical mech ...


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Todd M Boyce, Lawrence Shimp, Albert Manrique, John M Winterbottom: Shaped load-bearing osteoimplant and methods of making same. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, February 24, 2004: US06696073 (356 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing osteoimplant, methods of making the osteoimplant and method for repairing hard tissue such as bone and teeth employing the osteoimplant are provided. The osteoimplant comprises a shaped, coherent mass of bone particles which may exhibit osteogenic properties. In addition, the osteoimp ...


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Annamarie B Prewett, Roger C Stikeleather, Simon Bogdansky, Robert K O Leary: Shaped, swollen demineralized bone and its use in bone repair. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, August 8, 1995: US05439684 (355 worldwide citation)

A shaped piece of swollen demineralized bone which can also be plasticized is provided for use in surgical bone repair.


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Annamarie B Prewett, Roger C Stikeleather, Simon Bogdansky, Robert K O Leary: Shaped, swollen demineralized bone and its use in bone repair. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, March 29, 1994: US05298254 (311 worldwide citation)

A shaped piece of swollen demineralized bone which can also be plasticized is provided for use in surgical bone repair.


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Daryl R Sybert, Lawrence A Shimp, Todd M Boyce, John W Boyle: Biocompatible osteogenic band for repair of spinal disorders. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, June 22, 2004: US06752831 (298 worldwide citation)

Methods of repairing a joint formed by at least two bone sections are provided wherein a biocompatible osteogenic band fabricated from an osteogenic biological material such as bone, tendon, ligament and collagen is affixed to two or more bone sections.


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Todd M Boyce, Lawrence A Shimp, Albert Manrique: Load-bearing osteoimplant, method for its manufacture and method of repairing bone using same. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, September 25, 2001: US06294187 (292 worldwide citation)

A load-bearing osteoimplant, method of making the osteoimplant and method for repairing bone using the osteoimplant are provided. The osteoimplant comprises a shaped, compressed composition of bone particles. The osteoimplant possesses a bulk density of greater than about 0.7 g/cm


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Todd M Boyce, David Kaes, Nelson L Scarborough: Osteogenic implants derived from bone. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, March 8, 2005: US06863694 (278 worldwide citation)

An osteogenic osteoimplant in the form of a flexible sheet comprising a coherent mass of bone-derived particles, the osteoimplant having a void volume not greater than about 32% and a method of making an osteogenic osteoimplant having not greater than about 32% void volume, the method comprising: pr ...


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Nelson L Scarborough: Surgical implant containing a resorbable radiopaque marker and method of locating such within a body. Osteotech, Dilworth & Barrese, October 14, 1997: US05676146 (249 worldwide citation)

A surgical implant containing a resorbable radiopaque marker enables the position and/or orientation of the implant to be readily determined by x-ray or other radiographic technique following its surgical implantation in the body.