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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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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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E Marlowe Goble, T Wade Fallin, Robert W Hoy: Multiple facet joint replacement. MedicineLodge, Pandiscio & Pandiscio P C, May 20, 2003: US06565605 (418 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis for the replacement of multiple diseased or traumatized spinal facets comprises a portion that replaces at least a bony portion of the facets to be replaced and where the prosthesis attaches to the vertebra in a manner that does not require attachment to, or abutment against, the lamina ...


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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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T Wade Fallin, E Marlowe Goble, Robert W Hoy: Prosthesis for the replacement of a posterior element of a vertebra. Pandiscio & Pandiscio, July 16, 2002: US06419703 (395 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic replacement for a posterior element of a vertebra comprising portions that replace the natural lamina and the four natural facets. The prosthetic replacement may also include portions that replace one or more of the natural spinous process and the two natural transverse processes. If de ...


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E Marlowe Goble, T Wade Fallin, Robert W Hoy: Facet joint replacement. MedicineLodge, Pandiscio & Pandiscio, June 17, 2003: US06579319 (394 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis for the replacement of a diseased or traumatized facet of a mammalian vertebra includes a surface that articulates with another prosthetic facet or a natural facet, a portion that replaces at least a bony portion of the diseased or traumatized spine facet which is to be replaced, and an ...


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E Marlowe Goble, W Karl Somers: Soft tissue anchor system. M Reid Russell, May 7, 1991: US05013316 (356 worldwide citation)

A soft tissue anchor involving a footing stud that includes a drill end followed by self tapping threads, the footing stud arranged for turning and tapping into a bone mass. The footing stud for endosteal seating at a ligament attachment site on that bone mass. A center longitudinal hole is arranged ...