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Richard A Rosa, Vernon R Hartdegen, Eric A Stookey, Brian R Harris Jr, Robert M Fencl: Methods of minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement. Wright Medical Technology, November 28, 2006: US07141053 (271 worldwide citation)

A method of minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement includes accessing a knee through a minimal incision, forming a planar surface along a tibial plateau of the knee, forming a planar posterior surface along a posterior aspect of the corresponding femoral condyle, resurfacing a distal a ...


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Richard A Rosa, Vernon R Hartdegen, Eric A Stookey, Brian R Harris Jr, Robert M Fencl: Instrumentation for minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement. Wright Medical Technology, June 13, 2006: US07060074 (257 worldwide citation)

Instrumentation for use in minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement includes a tibial cutting guide for establishing a planar surface along a tibial plateau and a tibial stylus having an anatomic contour for controlling the depth of the planar surface along the tibial plateau. The instru ...


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Terry A Clyburn, Brian R Harris Jr, Ben R Shappley: External fixation system and method. Wright Medical Technology, Walker McKenzie & Walker P C, April 27, 1999: US05897555 (40 worldwide citation)

An external Colles' type fracture fixator which provides pivotal adjustment about three axes independently of one another and of any other movement thereof, and translational adjustment along two axes independently of one another and of any other movement thereof.


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Brian R Harris Jr, Charles Sorbie, Gerald A B Saunders: Ulnar cut guide alignment system. Wright Medical Technology, Walker McKenzie & Walker P C, July 14, 1998: US05779709 (35 worldwide citation)

An ulnar cut guide alignment system including an ulnar alignment guide having a first end for attachment relative to the proximal end of an ulna, a second end for attachment relative to the distal end of the ulna, and a long axis for placement parallel to the long axis of the ulna; an ulnar cut guid ...


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Brian R Harris Jr, Christopher R McKnett: Instruments for bone screws. Wright Medical Technology, February 17, 2009: US07491203 (10 worldwide citation)

An adjustable drill for use in implanting orthopedic screws, such as adjustable compression screws having a separate adjustable head. The adjustable drill comprises a primary drill bit and a countersink drill bit encircling the primary drill bit. The countersink drill bit is configured to selectivel ...


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Brian R Harris Jr, Stephen J Snyder: Tissue grasping instrument and method for use in arthroscopic surgery. Wright Medical Technology, September 4, 2007: US07264623 (7 worldwide citation)

A tissue grasping instrument and method for use in arthroscopic surgery is disclosed. Typically, the instrument will be used in the manipulation of sutures and a graft in the form of an acellular matrix during the repair of rotator cuffs.


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Richard A Rosa, Vernon R Hartdegen, Eric A Stookey, Brian R Harris Jr, Robert M Fencl: Instrumentation for minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement. Wright Medical Technology, June 29, 2010: US07744601 (7 worldwide citation)

Instrumentation for surgically resurfacing a femoral condyle to receive a prosthetic femoral component in minimally invasive unicompartmental knee replacement surgery. The instrumentation includes a resurfacing guide for attachment to a femur and a rail member externally delineating an area of a fem ...


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Brian R Harris Jr: Acetabular impactor. Wright Medical Technology, July 24, 2007: US07247158 (6 worldwide citation)

An improved acetabular impactor, especially suitable for use in minimally invasive hip surgeries, is disclosed. The impactor is simple in design and operation and spatially optimized. In particular, the impactor is designed to remotely detach the acetabular shell from the impactor using one handed o ...


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Keith B Raskin, Brian R Harris Jr: Radially ported needle for delivering bone graft material and method of use. Wright Medical Technology, November 13, 2007: US07294132 (5 worldwide citation)

A radially ported bone graft needle, particularly useful in minimally invasive procedures, is provided. The bone graft needle delivers bone graft material to a bone defect area by extruding the bone graft material both axially and radially simultaneously.


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Jeffrey W Martin, Kevin Wong, Brian R Harris Jr: Instruments for total knee arthroplasty. Microsoft Orthopedics Holdings, Duane Morris, April 22, 2014: US08702714 (2 worldwide citation)

An instrument assembly for resecting a distal femur for receipt of a knee implant, comprising an intramedullary rod and resection instruments. A valgus portion of the intramedullary rod has series of engagement members positioned to provide a plurality of engagement positions for use in fixing the r ...