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E Marlowe Goble, David P Luman: Arbor press staple and washer and method for its use. M Reid Russell, October 4, 1994: US05352229 (612 worldwide citation)

An arbor press staple and washer of the invention is for use in a practice of a surgical procedure for securing a ligament, that is either natural or prosthetic, onto a bone cortex surface and includes a staple having spaced equal parallel legs with a flat web arranged between the top ends of the st ...


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E Marlowe Goble, Larry DeHart: Suture anchor system. Biotron Labs, M Reid Russell, April 19, 1988: US04738255 (563 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor system that includes a drill for turning into a bone mass with sissoring blades pivotally connected in a longitudinal drill shaft slot proximate to a cutting end thereof, the blade ends to sissor to extend cutting edges outwardly therefrom, which sissoring occurs at a certain depth o ...


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E Marlowe Goble, W Karl Somers: Ligament anchor system. M Reid Russell, October 3, 1989: US04870957 (548 worldwide citation)

An anchor system that is preferably for use in an arthoscopic cruciate ligament replacement procedure for securing a ligament (37) or (50), or ligament type device, with or without a stint (38), within a prepared ligament tunnel (33). The system includes a pair of threaded footings (11) for turning ...


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E Marlowe Goble, David P Luman, Alan Chervitz, C Brad Story, Ramarao Gundlalpalli: Ligament bone anchor and method for its use. MedicineLodge, M Reid Russell, December 30, 1997: US05702397 (543 worldwide citation)

A bone anchor and method for its use in an arthroscopic and open soft tissue surgical procedure to mount a ligament graft, or the like, under tension and at variable lengths in a tunnel section that is formed through a bone or bones. The bone anchor embodiments of the invention each have a body for ...


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W Karl Somers, Marlowe E Goble: Suture anchor assembly. Marlowe E Goble, M Reid Russell, December 30, 1986: US04632100 (535 worldwide citation)

A cylindrical suture anchor having a drill formed on one end thereof and flights of threads formed on the other whereto at least one section of suture is permanently secured, the anchor to be turned through a driver maintained and turned by a separate drilling device operated by an orthopedic surgeo ...


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E Marlowe Goble, W Karl Somers: Harpoon suture anchor. M Reid Russell, August 25, 1992: US05141520 (467 worldwide citation)

A harpoon suture anchor and driver, which suture anchor includes a pointed forward harpoon end that is for driving into a bone, the driver for mounting the suture anchor onto one end and is configured to receive a hammer force on its other end, and transmit that force into so as to drive the suture ...


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Clifford Kwan Gett: Collapsible vessel sleeve implant. M Reid Russell, September 29, 1992: US05151105 (430 worldwide citation)

An implantable collapsible tubular sleeve for implanting inside a live tissue fluid vessel and system, the sleeve ends each including a collapsible circular stent or annular balloon affixed thereto. A pair of linear stiffeners are each attached to opposite sleeve exterior sides, in longitudinal orie ...


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E Marlowe Goble, W Karl Somers, David McGuire: Process of endosteal fixation of a ligament. M Reid Russell, May 22, 1990: US04927421 (414 worldwide citation)

A cannulated interference screw (10) and process for human implantation in an arthroscopic surgical procedure for replacement of a ligament, or the like. The interference screw is provided with a drill end (11) that extends longitudinally from an end of a cylindrical body (14), which drill end inclu ...


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Harold K Dunn, Kim C Bertin: Instruments for shaping distal femoral and proximal tibial surfaces. M Reid Russell, July 26, 1988: US04759350 (395 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system of instruments for shaping the distal femur and proximal tibia surfaces to receive components of a knee prosthesis for knee replacement surgery. The system references the femur intramedullary channel with a femoral alignment guide to prepare the distal femur t ...


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Harold K Dunn: Orthopedic appliance. M Reid Russell, September 15, 1981: US04289123 (366 worldwide citation)

The present invention in an improved orthopedic appliance is for attachment in supporting engagement to a patient's spine, during an anterior surgical procedure thereof. The installed appliance provides for decompression of the contents of the spinal canal and/or is to obtain sufficient fusion mass ...