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Charles H Kenny: Meniscus prosthesis. Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 17, 1982: US04344193 (284 worldwide citation)

A meniscus prosthetic device for a human knee joint can be inserted into the knee joint so that the articulating cartilage in the knee totally remains intact. The prosthesis device translates between the articulating cartilage during normal knee movement. Insertion of the prosthetic device is accomp ...


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Charles H Kenny: Stabilized meniscus prosthesis. Nixon & Vanderhye, December 15, 1992: US05171322 (194 worldwide citation)

A meniscus prosthetic device replaces natural components of a condylar joint and includes a body and a tail. The body is of biocompatible, deformable, flexible and resilient material for bearing compressive loads and for translating the loads to tensile stress. The tail is also biocompatible materia ...


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Charles H Kenny: Stabilized meniscus prosthesis. Nixon & Vanderhye, March 3, 1992: US05092894 (42 worldwide citation)

A meniscus prosthetic device replaces natural components of a condylar joint and includes a body and a tail. The body is of biocompatible, deformable, flexible and resilient material for bearing compressive loads and for translating the loads to tensile stress. The tail is also biocompatible materia ...


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Charles H Kenny: Fracture holding. Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 26, 1984: US04456004 (24 worldwide citation)

An external fixation assembly, and a method of treating fractures utilizing an external fixation assembly, are provided for facilitating the healing of fractured bones in a living body. Pins passing through bone portions are held stationary relative to each other by a frame which includes universal ...