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Madhavan Pisharodi: Method of stabilizing adjacent vertebrae with rotating, lockable, middle-expanded intervertebral disk stabilizer. Mark R Wisner, August 5, 1997: US05653762 (383 worldwide citation)

A method of stabilizing adjacent vertebrae is disclosed using a middle-expanded, removable disk implant. The implant is substantially rectangular in cross-sectional shape with a minimal height and a width greater than the height. The implant is detachably mounted to an applicator for insertion into ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Middle expandable intervertebral disk implant. Mark R Wisner, December 2, 1997: US05693100 (341 worldwide citation)

Artificial disk implant and methods for implanting same, the implant, in one embodiment, having a member for adapting in size and shape to the anatomical space between vertebrae, and apparatus for expanding the member to conform to the space. In one preferred embodiment, there is provided an artific ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Middle expanded, removable intervertebral disk stabilizer disk. Mark R Wisner, July 25, 2000: US06093207 (201 worldwide citation)

A middle expanded, removable disk implant for stabilizing adjacent vertebrae. The implant is detachably mounted to an applicator for insertion into the anatomical region between two adjacent vertebrae from which a portion of the intervertebral disk has been removed, and once inserted, is positioned ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Method of lumbar intervertebral disk stabilization. Mark R Wisner, August 5, 1997: US05653761 (195 worldwide citation)

A method of intervertebral disk stabilization in which adjacent vertebrae are spread and a portion of the intervertebral disk is removed from therebetween is disclosed. An elongate, generally cylindrically shaped implant having middle and end portions, the middle portion being of larger diameter tha ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Rotating, locking intervertebral disk stabilizer and applicator. Perumala Corporation, Mark R Wisner, April 13, 1999: US05893890 (194 worldwide citation)

A middle expanded, removable disk implant for stabilizing adjacent vertebrae. The implant is substantially rectangular in cross-sectional shape with a minimal height and a width greater than the height. The implant is detachably mounted to an applicator for insertion into the anatomical region betwe ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Rotating, locking, middle-expanded intervertebral disk stabilizer. Mark R Wisner, August 19, 1997: US05658336 (181 worldwide citation)

A middle expanded, removable disk implant for stabilizing adjacent vertebrae. The implant is substantially rectangular in cross-sectional shape with a minimal height and a width greater than the height. The implant is detachably mounted to an applicator for insertion into the anatomical region betwe ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Multi-axis internal spinal fixation. Perumala Corporation, Mark R Wisner, March 12, 2002: US06355038 (167 worldwide citation)

A multi-axis correction washer for use with a spinal stabilizer for internal spinal fixation. The bodies of the washer are provided in cylindrical and wedge-shaped cylindrical configurations with a hole in the center of the longitudinal axis of the cylinder and/or offset from the center axis of the ...


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Paul R Corder: Method of diagnosing and remediating a deficiency in communications skills. Mark R Wisner, December 2, 1997: US05692906 (163 worldwide citation)

A method of identifying strengths and weaknesses in a student's ability to use their sensory channels which integrates five basic processes into a series of testing procedures. First, the nature of the test is specified, either by a teacher or by a pre-programmed default stored in the memory of a co ...


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Madhavan Pisharodi: Method and apparatus for spondylolisthesis reduction. Mark R Wisner, December 16, 1997: US05697977 (130 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for reduction of spondylolisthesis involving the insertion of an elongate implant which is split longitudinally into two side-by-side members, one of which is movable relative to the other, into the disk space between two misaligned vertebrae. Each of the members is provided wit ...


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David Prutchi, Patrick J Paul, David G Genzer: Apparatus and method for the control of an implantable medical device. Intermedics, Mark R Wisner, March 3, 1998: US05722998 (124 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device includes a giant magnetoresistance ratio (GMR) sensor is used to detect the presence of a magnet in order to command the device to enter a predetermined mode of operation. The GMR responds to a modulated magnetic field generated by the programming of a command transmitt ...