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James T McKinley, James F Marino, Corbett W Stone: Bone blocks and methods for inserting bone blocks into intervertebral spaces. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, April 9, 2002: US06368325 (195 worldwide citation)

A method for inserting a bone block into a patient's intervertebral space, comprising: supporting the bone block in an inserter; advancing the inserter into the intervertebral space; rotating the inserter, thereby separating adjacent vertebrae; separating the bone block and the inserter with a ...


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James F Marino, Corbett W Stone, Dan K Ahlgren, Troy K Christopher, James T McKinley: Spinal surgery guidance platform. NuVasive, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 24, 2001: US06221082 (74 worldwide citation)

A spinal surgery system having a base, a cross member suspended from the base, and a pair of cannula guides suspended from the cross member, wherein the cannula guides are adapted to hold cannulae received therein such that the canulae remain co-planar with one another as the cannula guides are move ...


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James F Marino, Corbett W Stone, Dan K Ahlgren, Troy K Christopher, James T McKinley: Spinal surgery guidance platform. Nu Vasive, Jonathan Spangler, March 11, 2003: US06530930 (68 worldwide citation)

A method of positioning a cannula along a path in a patient's intervertebral plane, comprising: suspending a cross member across a patient, the cross member having two cannula guides attached thereto, the cannula guides each being adjustably movable both along the length of the cross member and ...


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James T McKinley, James Marino, Corbett Stone: Bone blocks and methods for inserting bone blocks into intervertebral spaces. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, May 3, 2005: US06887248 (63 worldwide citation)

A method for inserting a bone block into a patient's intervertebral space, comprising: supporting the bone block in an inserter; advancing the inserter into the intervertebral space; rotating the inserter, thereby separating adjacent vertebrae; separating the bone block and the inserter with a push ...


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James T McKinley, James Marino, Corbett Stone: Spinal implants and methods for inserting spinal implants into intervertebral spaces. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, August 17, 2010: US07776094 (49 worldwide citation)

A bone block for insertion into a patient's intervertebral space. A method for inserting a bone block into a patient's intervertebral space, comprising: supporting the bone block in an inserter; advancing the inserter into the intervertebral space; rotating the inserter, thereby separating adjacent ...


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Charles S Taylor, Christopher Zarins, Robert A Geshlider, Dwight P Morejohn, Peter Johansson, Susan W Vican, James T McKinley: Methods for deploying a positioning anchor with a stent-graft. Nellix, Kenneth R Shurtz Esq, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, August 25, 2015: US09113999 (10 worldwide citation)

A positioning anchor is provided for a stent-graft for implantation to treat a damaged body lumen. The positioning anchor is generally tubular surrounding a primary fluid conduit. Arms extend laterally from the generally tubular structure of the anchor surrounding lateral fluid conduits. The form of ...


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Kenneth F Binmoeller, Matthew Yurek, Zhenyong Keck, James T McKinley: Methods and devices to curb appetite and/or to reduce food intake. Endosphere, Shay Glenn, November 19, 2013: US08585771 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to devices and methods of operating the devices that contribute to curbing appetite and/or reducing food intake. In some embodiments, the methods and devices of the present invention include as intestinal/duodenal insert comprising an elongated member with at least one ...


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Kenneth F Binmoeller, James T McKinley, Matthew Yurek, Fiona M Sander: Conformationally-stabilized intraluminal device for medical applications. Endosphere, Shay Glenn, June 23, 2015: US09060835 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to devices that are stabilized at an intraluminal residence site in the gastrointestinal tract by their conformation, including dimensions of length and curvature. The device as a whole corresponds to the conformation of the residence site; more particularly, the curved or angl ...


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Charles S Taylor, Christopher Zarins, Robert A Geshlider, Dwight P Morejohn, Peter Johansson, Susan W Vican, James T McKinley: Stent-graft with positioning anchor. Nellix, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, November 14, 2017: US09814612

A positioning anchor is provided for a stent-graft for implantation to treat a damaged body lumen. The positioning anchor is generally tubular surrounding a primary fluid conduit. Arms extend laterally from the generally tubular structure of the anchor surrounding lateral fluid conduits. The form of ...


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James T McKinley, Zhenyong Keck, Fiona M Sander: Methods and devices for delivering or delaying lipids within a duodenum. Endosphere, Shay Glenn, July 7, 2015: US09072861

Devices and methods described include a flow reduction device adapted and configured for use within the duodenum of a mammal having a spine, a first atraumatic feature, a second atraumatic feature, and a flow reduction element having a proximal end, a distal end, an interior portion, an exterior por ...