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D Greg Anderson: Method and implant for expanding a spinal canal. D Greg Anderson, Saul Ewing, March 19, 2002: US06358254 (178 worldwide citation)

The present invention expands a spinal canal by making two pedicle cuts (osteotomies) in a vertebra, separating each vertebral cut by inserting an implant into the cut which expands the spinal canal, and securing each separated vertebral cut allowing the vertebra to heal with the spinal canal expand ...


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David Greg Anderson, Christopher W Sicvol, George Joseph Ross, Sean P Selover, Ramon Alberto Ruberte: Methods and devices for minimally invasive spinal fixation element placement. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, May 5, 2009: US07527638 (149 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive methods and devices for introducing a spinal fixation element into a surgical site in a patient's spinal column are provided. In general, the method involves advancing a spinal fixation element in a first, lengthwise orientation along a pathway extending from a minimally invasive ...


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D Greg Anderson: Percutaneous technique and implant for expanding the spinal canal. D Greg Anderson, Blank Rome, Bruce D George, January 23, 2007: US07166107 (132 worldwide citation)

The present invention expands a spinal canal by drilling a cylindrical passage in each pedicle of a vertebra, making a circumferential pedicle cut (osteotomy) through each pedicle from within the passage, separating each pedicle cut by inserting an implant into the passage which distracts the pedicl ...


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David Greg Anderson, George Joseph Ross: Methods and devices for spinal fixation element placement. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, February 23, 2010: US07666188 (103 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive methods and devices are provided for positioning a spinal fixation element in relation to adjacent spinal anchors. In an exemplary embodiment, the device is a percutaneous access device that can be coupled to a spinal anchor, and the method includes the step of positioning a spina ...


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Greg Anderson, Ian Hendry, Konstantin Othmer: System for updating the locations of objects in computer displays upon reconfiguration. Apple Computer, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, October 17, 1995: US05459825 (89 worldwide citation)

A system for updating the location of elements in a computer display, upon a change in the size and/or configuration of the display, maintains user preferences regarding the appearance of elements. As a first step, user designated locations for individual elements, such as icons, are stored in a dat ...


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David Greg Anderson, Christopher W Sicvol, George Joseph Ross, Sean P Selover, Ramon Alberto Ruberte: Methods and devices for minimally invasive spinal fixation element placement. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, January 31, 2012: US08105361 (51 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive methods and devices for introducing a spinal fixation element into a surgical site in a patient's spinal column are provided. In general, the method involves advancing a spinal fixation element in a first, lengthwise orientation along a pathway extending from a minimally invasive ...


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Richard C Urso, Adnan Shennib, Greg Anderson, Sunder Ram, Robert Schindler, Ian Day, James Buckley: Sealing retainer for extended wear hearing devices. InSound Medical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, February 16, 2010: US07664282 (41 worldwide citation)

An embodiment provides a seal for retaining a hearing device within the ear canal comprising a curved shell having an opening at a shell apex portion. The shell defines a cavity for retention of a device component. An interior surface of a shell wall has a scalloped shape configured to distribute co ...


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Richard Carl Urso, Adnan Shennib, Greg Anderson, Sunder Ram, Robert Schindler, Ian Day, James Buckley, John Sadler, Alex Tilson: Sealing retainer for extended wear hearing devices. InSound Medical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, August 25, 2009: US07580537 (37 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention provide seals for retaining hearing devices in the ear canal. An embodiment provides a seal for a hearing device comprising a curved shell having a wall and an opening at a shell apex portion. The shell defines a cavity for retention of a device component. The shell wall ...


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David Greg Anderson, George Joseph Ross: Methods and devices for spinal fixation element placement. DePuy Synthes Products, Nutter McClennen & Fish, September 3, 2013: US08523916 (20 worldwide citation)

Minimally invasive methods and devices are provided for positioning a spinal fixation element in relation to adjacent spinal anchors. In an exemplary embodiment, the device is a percutaneous access device that can be coupled to a spinal anchor, and the method includes the step of positioning a spina ...


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Steven Ludwig, David Greg Anderson, Michael Carl Michielli, Philip Cormier, Nicholas J Miller: Minimally invasive spinal fixation guide systems and methods. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, December 13, 2011: US08075591 (18 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for implanting spinal fixation implants and devices are provided. In one embodiment, a method for implanting a spinal fixation system is provided and it includes the steps of positioning a spinal fixation element to extend along a patient's spinal column adjacent to one or more v ...