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John Leicester Williams
John L Williams, Said T Gomaa, Joseph G Wyss: Antero-posterior placement of axis of rotation for a rotating platform. DePuy Products, Maginot Moore & Beck, July 19, 2011: US07981159 (9 worldwide citation)

A knee replacement system includes a femoral component including a lateral condylar articulating portion and a medial condylar articulating portion, a tibial tray including an upper articulating surface, and a tibial insert including (i) a first articulating portion for articulating with the lateral ...


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John Leicester Williams
Joseph G Wyss, John L Williams, Said T Gomaa: Knee prostheses with enhanced kinematics. DePuy Products, Maginot Moore & Beck, June 19, 2012: US08202323 (7 worldwide citation)

A knee replacement system includes a proximal tibial posterior camming portion defined by a first radius of curvature with a first origin in a first medio-lateral plane, a distal tibial posterior camming portion defined by a second radius of curvature with a second origin in a second medio-lateral p ...


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John Leicester Williams
John L Williams, Said T Gomaa, Joseph G Wyss: Antero-posterior placement of axis of rotation for a rotating platform. Depuy Products, Paul Maginot, Maginot Moore & Beck, January 21, 2010: US20100016978-A1

A knee replacement system includes a femoral component including a lateral condylar articulating portion and a medial condylar articulating portion, a tibial tray including an upper articulating surface, and a tibial insert including (i) a first articulating portion for articulating with the lateral ...


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John Leicester Williams
Joseph G Wyss, John L Williams, Said T Gomaa: Knee prostheses with enhanced kinematics. Depuy Products, Paul Maginot, Maginot Moore & Beck Chase Tower, January 21, 2010: US20100016979-A1

A knee replacement system includes a proximal tibial posterior camming portion defined by a first radius of curvature with a first origin in a first medio-lateral plane, a distal tibial posterior camming portion defined by a second radius of curvature with a second origin in a second medio-lateral p ...


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Stephen Hochschuler, Wesley Johnson, Kevin L Nickels, Thomas R Hektner, Larry Wales, Tyler Lipschultz: Method and apparatus for treating a vertebral body. Maginot Moore & Beck, May 25, 2004: US06740093 (364 worldwide citation)

An implantable container is used to stabilize or restore height in a vertebral body. After insertion the container is filled with a bone filler material such as bone cement.


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Brian J Maroney: Method and apparatus for resecting a greater tubercle from a humerus of a patient during performance of a shoulder replacement procedure. DePuy Orthopaedics, Maginot Moore & Beck, August 24, 2004: US06780190 (241 worldwide citation)

A surgical assembly for resecting a greater tubercle from a humerus of a patient during performance of a shoulder replacement procedure. The surgical assembly includes a cutting tool for resecting the greater tubercle from the humerus. The surgical assembly also includes a tool guide member having a ...


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T Scott Housefield, Matthew Scott Wallace: Body fluid test apparatus with detachably mounted portable tester. Polymer Technology Systems, Maginot Moore & Beck, February 1, 2005: US06849237 (195 worldwide citation)

A test apparatus having a base which performs a plurality of tests for different analytes in body fluids. A portable tester, such as a glucose meter, is detachably mounted to the base and provides a convenient and ergonomic hand-held instrument which a diabetic may carry to frequently monitor blood ...


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Kevin Davis: System and method for adjusting display brightness levels according to user preferences. NCR Corporation, Maginot Moore & Beck, Paul W Martin, March 22, 2005: US06870529 (161 worldwide citation)

A display brightness monitoring system associates a brightness level and an ambient light level with a user identifier. Ambient light signals are received from an ambient light sensor mounted in proximity of an electronic display. Brightness levels are received from a brightness control mechanism fo ...


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Richard J Manzi, Joseph N Logan, Steven J Wysocki, Frank S Bono, Spanky A Raymond: Tissue distraction device. Spine Wave, Maginot Moore & Beck, February 14, 2006: US06997929 (157 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for distracting, in a given direction, and supporting two tissue surfaces is provided. A plurality of wafers are consecutively inserted using a wafer insertion apparatus between the two tissue surfaces to create a column of wafers. A detachable wafer assembly is provided that ...