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Kevin Foley, Harald Ebner, Mingyan Liu, Charles Branch, Lawrence M Boyd: Expandable intervertebral spacers. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, February 27, 2001: US06193757 (508 worldwide citation)

Laterally expanding vertebral spacer devices are provided for repairing damaged vertebral discs. The vertebral spacer devices maintain the height of a distracted vertebral disc space while providing stability to the spine. In one form of the invention, a vertebral spacer device is provided with a fi ...


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Michael F Hoey, Corbett W Stone, Kevin Foley: Tissue discrimination and applications in medical procedures. Nu Vasive, Jonathan Spangler, July 6, 2004: US06760616 (316 worldwide citation)

A method and system for discriminating tissue types, controlling the level of therapy to tissue, and determining the health of a known tissue by measuring the characteristics an electrical signal applied to conductive element located within or by the tissue. Additionally, the method and system may b ...


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Michael Hoey, Corbett Stone, Kevin Foley: Tissue discrimination and applications in medical procedures. NuVasive, Jonathan Spangler, May 23, 2006: US07050848 (279 worldwide citation)

A system and method for discriminating tissue types, controlling the level of therapy to tissue, and determining the health or a known tissue by measuring the characteristics an electrical signal applied to conductive element located within or by the tissue. Additionally, the system and method may b ...


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Kevin Foley, Harald Ebner, Mingyan Liu, Charles Branch, Lawrence M Boyd: Expandable intervertebral spacers. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett Patent and Trademark Attorneys, May 28, 2002: US06395031 (207 worldwide citation)

Laterally expanding vertebral spacer devices are provided for repairing damaged vertebral discs. The vertebral spacer devices maintain the height of a distracted vertebral disc space while providing stability to the spine. In one form of the invention, a vertebral spacer device is provided with a fi ...


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Bradley J Coates, James E Van Hoeck, T Andrew Simonton, Regis Haid, Kevin Foley: Modular intervertebral prosthesis system. SDGI Holdings, Coats & Bennett P L L C, May 31, 2005: US06899735 (161 worldwide citation)

A modular intervertebral prosthesis system includes first and second baseplates and an insert designed to mate to the baseplates. The baseplates include a mounting section and a intervertebral section extending away from the mounting section generally perpendicular thereto. The intervertebral sectio ...


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Kevin Foley, Harald Ebner, Mingyan Liu, Charles Branch, Lawrence M Boyd: Expandable intervertebral spacers. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, December 21, 2004: US06833006 (133 worldwide citation)

Laterally expanding vertebral spacer devices are provided for repairing damaged vertebral discs. The vertebral spacer devices maintain the height of a distracted vertebral disc space while providing stability to the spine. In one form of the invention, a vertebral spacer device is provided with a fi ...


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Kevin Foley, Harald Ebner, Mingyan Liu, Charles Branch, Lawrence M Boyd: Expandable intervertebral spacers. February 2, 2010: US07655042 (80 worldwide citation)

Laterally expanding vertebral spacer devices are provided for repairing damaged vertebral discs. The vertebral spacer devices maintain the height of a distracted vertebral disc space while providing stability to the spine. In one form of the invention, a vertebral spacer device is provided with a fi ...


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Kevin Foley, Harald Ebner, Mingyan Liu, Charles Branch, Lawrence M Boyd: Expandable intervertebral spacers. Warsaw Orthopedic, August 9, 2011: US07993403 (64 worldwide citation)

Laterally expanding vertebral spacer devices are provided for repairing damaged vertebral discs. The vertebral spacer devices maintain the height of a distracted vertebral disc space while providing stability to the spine. In one form of the invention, a vertebral spacer device is provided with a fi ...


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Roy Lim, Kevin Foley: Spacer with height and angle adjustments for spacing vertebral members. Warsaw Orthopedic, July 27, 2010: US07763028 (59 worldwide citation)

A device having an adjustable height and angle to space vertebral members. The device includes a plurality of links that extend between a plate and a deployer. A first section of the deployer is moved to change the angle of the plurality of links and expand the height of the spacer. A second section ...