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Lytton A Williams, Robert G Watkins: Method and apparatus for intervertebral implant anchorage. David J Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Weitz, September 5, 2000: US06113638 (355 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for intervertebral implant anchorage. An implantable device for insertion into an intradiscal section between adjacent vertebrae is provided. The implantable device includes at least one anchor plate which comprises a plate member sized to be positioned within an int ...


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Lytton A Williams, Robert G Watkins: Method and apparatus for intervertebral implant anchorage. Brian F Swienton Esq, October 5, 2004: US06800092 (70 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for intervertebral implant anchorage. An implantable device for insertion into an intradiscal section between adjacent vertebrae is provided. The implantable device includes at least one anchor plate which comprises a plate member sized to be positioned within an int ...


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Lytton A Williams: Bone anchored surgical mesh. Holland & Hart, November 2, 2010: US07824433 (22 worldwide citation)

A bone-anchored surgical mesh has slot-like anchoring members that allow for the variable placement of screws and other bone fasteners. This permits the surgeon discretion in the placement of bone fasteners used to attach the mesh to the patient's bone. The elongate openings of the anchoring members ...


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Daniel F Justin, Lytton A Williams, Darin R Ewer, Nathan Pierce: Universal spinal disc implant system. Infinity Orthopedics, David W Meibos, Barbara Daniels, Daniel E Justin, November 17, 2009: US07618459 (18 worldwide citation)

A revisable intervertebral implant may include two end plates designed to detachably receive a variety of intermediate components including articulating bearing inserts, elastic inserts, and fusion blocks. Each intermediate component may be secured to a snap insert that snaps into engagement with th ...


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Lytton A Williams: Bone anchored surgical mesh. Onike Technologies, Steinfl & Bruno, March 4, 2014: US08663296 (8 worldwide citation)

A bone-anchored surgical mesh has slot-like anchoring members that allow for the variable placement of screws and other bone fasteners. This permits the surgeon discretion in the placement of bone fasteners used to attach the mesh to the patient's bone. The elongate openings of the anchoring members ...


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Lytton A Williams, Sui Kay Wong: Intervertebral device and method of use. Infinity Orthopaedics Company, IMDS Corporation, G Jo Hays, James Larson, James M Pinkstor, January 21, 2014: US08632594 (5 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral disc replacement device is disclosed and includes a first implantable member having a first anchor plate and a concave body detachably coupled to the first anchor plate, and a second implantable member having a second anchor plate and a convex body detachably coupled to the second ...


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Lytton A Williams: Bone anchored surgical mesh. Onike Technologies, Steinfl & Bruno, October 2, 2012: US08277492 (1 worldwide citation)

A bone-anchored surgical mesh has slot-like anchoring members that allow for the variable placement of screws and other bone fasteners. This permits the surgeon discretion in the placement of bone fasteners used to attach the mesh to the patient's bone. The elongate openings of the anchoring members ...


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Lytton A Williams, Daniel F Justin, Darin R Ewer, Raymond Joseph Gardocki: System and method for intervertebral implant delivery and removal. Infinity Orthopaedics Company, G Jo Hays, James Larson, Barbara Daniels, May 7, 2013: US08435295

An implant system provides motion preservation or stabilization between two spinal vertebrae. An associated instrumentation system is capable of delivering and removing the implants from either the anterior, left lateral or right lateral positions. The instrumentation system also provides instrument ...


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Lytton A Williams: Bone anchored surgical mesh. Onike Technologies, Steinfl & Bruno, January 27, 2015: US08940027

A bone-anchored surgical mesh has slot-like anchoring members that allow for the variable placement of screws and other bone fasteners. This permits the surgeon discretion in the placement of bone fasteners used to attach the mesh to the patient's bone. The elongate openings of the anchoring members ...


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Lytton A Williams: Bone anchored surgical mesh. Fulwider Patton, November 23, 2006: US20060264948-A1

A bone-anchored surgical mesh has slot-like anchoring members that allow for the variable placement of screws and other bone fasteners. This permits the surgeon discretion in the placement of bone fasteners used to attach the mesh to the patient's bone. The elongate openings of the anchoring members ...