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Steven S Gill, Colin Walker, James van Hoeck, Larry Gause: Artificial intervertebral joint permitting translational and rotational motion. Sofamor Danek Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Mariarty & McNett, September 5, 2000: US06113637 (541 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral joint prosthesis having a ball component (22) for engagement with a first vertebra (26) and a trough component (24) for engagement with a second vertebra (27) adjacent to the first vertebra is disclosed. The trough component (24) includes a generally concave surface (50) having a s ...


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Bradley J Coates, James Van Hoeck, Jeffrey Poyner: Bone grafts. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, November 23, 1999: US05989289 (242 worldwide citation)

A spinal spacer 300 for engagement between vertebrae is provided which includes a body 301 formed of a bone composition. The body 301 includes a first end 311, an opposite second 315 end, a superior face 335 defining a superior vertebral engaging surface 337 and an inferior face 338 defining an infe ...


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Denis S Drummond, James Van Hoeck, David L Brumfield, M Neil Anderson, Michael C Sherman: Device for linking adjacent rods in spinal instrumentation. Denek Medical, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, September 5, 2000: US06113600 (190 worldwide citation)

The embodiment of a spinal fixation system 10 including a pair of longitudinal members 11, 12 positionable adjacent the spine, engaging member for engaging longitudinal members to the spine 13, 14, a pair of wedge members 16 each having a bearing surface 38 configured to bear on a longitudinal membe ...


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Bradley J Coates, James Van Hoeck, Jeffery W Poyner: Intervertebral spacers. SDGI Holding, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, March 30, 1999: US05888222 (169 worldwide citation)

A spinal spacer 300 for engagement between vertebrae is provided. The spacer includes a body 301 having a first end 311, an opposite second 315 end, a superior face 335 defining a superior vertebral engaging surface 337 and an inferior face 338 defining an inferior vertebral engaging surface 340. At ...


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James Van Hoeck, Denis S Drummond, David L Brumfield, M Neil Anderson, Michael C Sherman: Device for linking adjacent rods in spinal instrumentation. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, October 24, 2000: US06136003 (109 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of a spinal fixation system 10 including a pair of longitudinal members 11, 12 positionable adjacent the spine, means for engaging longitudinal members to the spine 13, 14, a pair of wedge members 16 each having a bearing surface 38 configured to bear on a longitudinal member 11, 12, ...


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Bradley J Coates, James Van Hoeck, Jeffrey W Poyner: Bone grafts. Warsaw Orthopedic, Krieg DeVault, October 2, 2007: US07276081 (25 worldwide citation)

A spinal spacer 300 for engagement between vertebrae is provided which includes a body 301 formed of a bone composition. The body 301 includes a first end 311, an opposite second 315 end, a superior face 335 defining a superior vertebral engaging surface 337 and an inferior face 338 defining an infe ...


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Steven Gill, Colin Walker, James Van Hoeck, Larry Gause: Artificial intervertebral joint permitting translational and rotational motion. Warsaw Orthopedic, October 22, 2013: US08562682 (7 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral joint prosthesis having a ball component (22) for engagement with a first vertebra (26) and a trough component (24) for engagement with a second vertebra (27) adjacent to the first vertebra is disclosed. The trough component (24) includes a generally concave surface (50) having a s ...


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Steven S Gill, Colin Walker, James van Hoeck, Larry Gause: Artificial intervertebral joint permitting translational and rotational motion. Warsaw Orthopedic, June 26, 2012: US08206399 (3 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral joint prosthesis having a ball component (22) for engagement with a first vertebra (26) and a trough component (24) for engagement with a second vertebra (27) adjacent to the first vertebra is disclosed. The trough component (24) includes a generally concave surface (50) having a s ...