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Kevin R Stone, Allen H DeSatnick: Suture anchor assembly. Kevin R Stone, Lappin & Kusmer, December 6, 1994: US05370662 (456 worldwide citation)

Suture anchor assembly for attaching soft tissue to bone. The assembly includes an elongated member having a self-tapping threaded portion at one proximal end, and an integral eyelet for receiving a suture at its distal end. The distal end further includes a receiver for a rotating driver device, su ...


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Kevin R Stone, Shu Tung Li: Prosthetic articular cartilage. ReGen Corporation, Lappin & Kusmer, April 26, 1994: US05306311 (421 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic, resorbable articular cartilage and methods of its fabrication and insertion are disclosed. The prosthetic articular cartilage, when implanted in a humanoid joint, acts as a resorbable scaffold for ingrowth of native articular chondrocytes and supports natural articulating joint forces. ...


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Kevin R Stone: Prosthetic intervertebral disc. ReGen Corporation, Lahive & Cockfield, April 28, 1992: US05108438 (296 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic intervertebral disc is disclosed which can be implanted in the human skeleton, and which can act as a scaffold for regrowth of intervertebral disc material. The disc includes a dry, porous, volume matrix of biocompatible and bioresorbable fibers which may be interspersed with glyscosami ...


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Kevin R Stone, Shu Tung Li: Prosthetic articular cartilage. ReGen Biologics, Fish & Richardson P C, April 29, 1997: US05624463 (294 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic, resorbable articular cartilage and methods of its fabrication and insertion are disclosed. The prosthetic articular cartilage, when implanted in a humanoid joint, acts as a resorbable scaffold for ingrowth of native articular chondrocytes and supports natural articulating joint forces. ...


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Kevin R Stone: Prosthetic meniscus. Lahive & Cockfield, November 14, 1989: US04880429 (288 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic meniscus is disclosed which can be implanted in a humanoid knee, and which can act as a scaffold for regrowth of native meniscal tissues. The meniscus comprises a three dimensional array of collagen fibers interspersed with glycosaminoglycan molecules. The collagen fibers are present at ...


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Kevin R Stone: Osteotomy wedge device, kit and methods for realignment of a varus angulated knee. Lappin & Kusmer, December 28, 1999: US06008433 (235 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an osteotomy device, and kit and methods for realigning varus angulated knees. The device involves a substantially wedge-shaped body having two intersecting principal surfaces angularly offset. These principal surfaces extend in a direction of a drive axis about a principal pl ...


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Kevin R Stone, Allen H DeSatnick: Suture anchor assembly. Kevin R Stone, Lappin & Kusmer, August 22, 1995: US05443482 (225 worldwide citation)

Suture anchor assembly for attaching soft tissue to bone. The assembly includes an elongated member having a self-tapping threaded portion at one proximal end, and an integral eyelet for receiving a suture at its distal end. The distal end further includes a receiver for a rotating driver device, su ...


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Kevin R Stone: Method for making a prosthetic intervertebral disc. ReGen Corporation, Lahive & Cockfield, November 2, 1993: US05258043 (214 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic intervertebral disc is disclosed which can be implanted in the human skeleton, and which can act as a scaffold for regrowth of intervertebral disc material. The disc includes a dry, porous, volume matrix of biocompatible and bioresorbable fibers which may be interspersed with glyscosami ...


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Kevin R Stone, Allen H DeSatnick: Suture anchor assembly. Kevin R Stone, Lappin & Kusmer, October 20, 1998: US05824011 (209 worldwide citation)

Suture anchor assembly for attaching soft tissue to bone. The assembly (10) includes an elongated member (12) having a continuous self-tapping threaded anchor portion (14) having a self-drilling contour at its proximal end, and an integral eyelet (18) for receiving a suture (30) at its distal end. T ...


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Kevin R Stone: Method and paste for articular cartilage transplantation. McDermott Will & Emery, August 29, 2000: US06110209 (188 worldwide citation)

The invention disclosed is a method and material for repairing focal arthritic defects in a mammalian joint, especially in a human knee. The invention disclosed provides an articular cartilage cancellous bone paste in an effective amount for enhancing formation of cartilage. The paste can include a ...