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John S Thalgott: Prosthetic intervertebral disc. Cooper & Dunham, February 2, 1999: US05865845 (410 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a spinal disc implant comprising a ring shaped body including a first pair of opposed substantially parallel sides spaced apart by a second pair of opposed sides to define a central bore. A first one of the second pair of sides defines a substantially arcuate curve joining a f ...


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John S Thalgott: Modular anatomic fusion device. DePuy Acromed, Nutter McClennen & Fish, May 6, 2003: US06558424 (278 worldwide citation)

A modular fusion cage and tool for the insertion of the fusion cage is provided. The fusion cage includes a ramp member having superior and inferior bone contacting surfaces, and anterior and posterior sides. The ramp member is adapted to be positioned between adjacent vertebral bodies. The implant ...


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Max Aebi, John S Thalgott, Inga Häfeli: Prosthetic interbody spacer. Synthes, Pennie & Edmonds, November 19, 2002: US06482233 (240 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an interbody spacer for use in replacing diseased or damaged intervertebral discs and fusing together vertebrae. The implant includes an annular base portion having an anterior end, a posterior end, and two side portions together forming a continuous outer wall, and ...


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John S Thalgott: Disc prosthesis. Robert D Katz, Cooper & Dunham, October 1, 2002: US06458159 (202 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a spinal disc implant comprising two side walls which are opposed and substantially parallel spaced apart by a front wall and a back wall to define an interior space. The side walls define substantially elliptical curves joining the front and back walls. The front wall is also ...


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John S Thalgott: Disc prosthesis. Depuy Spine, Robert D Katz, Cooper & Dunham, June 5, 2007: US07226480 (55 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a spinal disc implant comprising two side walls which are opposed and substantially parallel spaced apart by a front wall and a back wall to define an interior space. The side walls define substantially elliptical curves joining the front and back walls. The front wall is also ...


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John S Thalgott, David T Stinson, John J Viscogliosi: Spinal implant configured for lateral insertion. Centinal Spine, MH2 Technology Law Group, November 25, 2014: US08894708 (11 worldwide citation)

The embodiments provide a spinal implant that is configured for lateral insertion into a patient's intervertebral disc space. The spinal implant may have a body having a tapered anterior portion and one or more apertures. The tapered anterior portion allows for concomitant distraction of soft tissue ...


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John S Thalgott, David T Stinson, Anthony J Fennell, John Parry, John J Viscogliosi: Spinal implant configured for midline insertion. Centinal Spine, MH2 Technology Law Group, October 28, 2014: US08870961 (2 worldwide citation)

The embodiments provide a spinal implant that is configured for midline insertion into a patient's intervertebral disc space. The spinal implant may have a body and the body comprises one or more apertures. The apertures receive fixation elements, such as a screw and the like. The fixation element m ...


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John S Thalgott, David T Stinson, Anthony J Fennell, Jason E Garber: System and method for stabilizing a posterior fusion over motion segments. CENTINEL SPINE, MH2 Technology Law Group, July 14, 2015: US09078701 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method for stabilizing adjacent vertebral bodies that have been fused is provided. The system and method involves transversely securing the bony segments of fused vertebral bodies together. In accordance with one exemplary embodiment, translaminar screws may be employed to transfix the ...


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John S Thalgott, David T Stinson, Troy D Drewry: Translaminar interspinous stabilization system. PARADIGM SPINE, MH2 Technology Law Group, June 21, 2016: US09370382 (1 worldwide citation)

A translaminar, interspinous stabilization system is provided. The system may comprise an implantable device for placement between two adjacent vertebrae. The device may comprise an inferior section, a superior section, and a flexible midsection extending therebetween and configured to seat against ...


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John S Thalgott, David T Stinson, Anthony J Fennell, Jason E Garber: System and method for stabilizing a posterior fusion over motion segments. CENTINEL SPINE, MH2 Technology Law Group, March 14, 2017: US09592081

A system and method for stabilizing adjacent vertebral bodies that have been fused is provided. The system and method involves transversely securing the bony segments of fused vertebral bodies together. In accordance with one exemplary embodiment, translaminar screws may be employed to transfix the ...