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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Matthew J Huddleston, Thomas J Ward, Mark A Goldin, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Wood Herron & Evans L, January 10, 2006: US06984241 (139 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman: Apparatus and method for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Wood Herron & Evans L, July 4, 2000: US06083244 (114 worldwide citation)

A device and method for repairing a torn tendon or ligament wherein three incisions are made. A suture is passed from one side of the tear to the other. The suture is tightened to achieve an abutting relationship between the two sides and is secured. A similar product is also shown for use with a fl ...


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Jan B Yates, Lawrence M Lubbers: Hand exerciser. Danninger Medical Technology, Pearne Gordon McCoy & Granger, February 24, 1987: US04644938 (53 worldwide citation)

A device for exercising an articulated limb such as a finger includes an elastomeric element for biasing the finger to a flexed position and a motorcontrolled cable is provided to oppose the flexion bias. The elastomeric element, motor, and cable are carried on the arm by a splint. A feed mechanism ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical L L C, Wood Herron & Evans L, November 3, 2009: US07611521 (31 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward: Apparatus and methods for securing tendons or ligaments to bone. Tendon Technology, Wood Herron & Evans L, May 4, 2010: US07708759 (30 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical L L C, Wood Herron & Evans L, February 14, 2012: US08114129 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, liu xinpeng, November 6, 2002: CN99816957

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tnesile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical, Wood Herron & Evans, September 30, 2004: US20040193217-A1

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Robert A Davlin: Surgical Tray. Wood Herron & Evans, December 7, 2006: US20060272979-A1

A surgical tray for operations on a patient's limb or extremity generally comprises a surgical site board adapted to support a portion of the patient's body. The site board includes a plurality of apertures. A retention device or retraction device is removably securable in at least one of the apertu ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson, Craig B Berky, Matthew J Huddleston, Thomas J Ward, Mark A Goldin, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Wood Herron & Evans, June 20, 2002: US20020077631-A1

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...