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Brian R Bankoski, Shaun Hanson, Ralph C Solitario Jr, Caryn E Bundra, William N Woodburn Sr, Mark Rossney, Eric McDivitt, David Rathbun: Minimally invasive fixation system. Synthes USA, Stroock Stroock & Lavan, July 20, 2010: US07758584 (59 worldwide citation)

A minimally invasive fixation system and method for providing access to a surgical site. The fixation system may include a holding assembly, the holding assembling preferably including a lateral implant holder which may be attached to a pedicle screw and a sleeve positioned in connection with the la ...


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Ralph C Solitario Jr, Brian Bankoski, Mark Rossney, Santiago Figuereo, Robert Bohinski: Patient-mounted retraction. DePuy Synthes Products, Baker & Hostetler, November 7, 2017: US09808281

Patient-mounted retractors with varying configurations and/or features are provided, along with additional components for use therewith in provided patient-mounted retractor assemblies. Blade type and tube type patient-mounted retractors that may be re-positioned during the course of a procedure are ...


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Brian R Bankoski, Shaun Hanson, Ralph C Solitario Jr, Caryn E Bundra, William N Woodburn Sr, Mark Rossney, Eric McDivitt, David Rathbun: Minimally invasive fixation system. DePuy Synthes Products, Baker & Hostetler, November 22, 2016: US09498262

A minimally invasive fixation system and method for providing access to a surgical site. The fixation system may include a holding assembly, the holding assembling preferably including a lateral implant holder which may be attached to a pedicle screw and a sleeve positioned in connection with the la ...


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Brian Bankoski, Robert Masson, Mark Rossney, Brian Schmidt: System and methods for minimally invasive spine surgery. DePuy Synthes Products, Baker & Hostetler, June 9, 2015: US09050147

Methods and instruments are provided to allow access to a surgical site through a small incision while optimizing visualization of the patient anatomy. The instrumentation provide for the retraction of soft tissue, creation of a working envelope below the skin, and access to intervertebral discs and ...


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Brian R Bankoski, Shaun Hanson, Raph C Solitario, Caryn E Bundra, William N Woodburn, Mark Rossney, Eric McDivitt, David Rathbun: Minimally invasive fixation sysyem. Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, November 22, 2007: US20070270842-A1

A minimally invasive fixation system and method for providing access to a surgical site. The fixation system may include a holding assembly, the holding assembling preferably including a lateral implant holder which may be attached to a pedicle screw and a sleeve positioned in connection with the la ...


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Brian R Bankoski, Shaun Hanson, Ralph C Solitario JR, Caryn E Bundra, William N Woodburns SR, Mark Rossney, Eric McDivitt, David Rathbun: Minimally invasive fixation system. Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, October 21, 2010: US20100268284-A1

A minimally invasive fixation system and method for providing access to a surgical site. The fixation system may include a holding assembly, the holding assembling preferably including a lateral implant holder which may be attached to a pedicle screw and a sleeve positioned in connection with the la ...


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Brian Bankoski, Robert Masson, Mark Rossney, Brian Schmidt: System and Methods for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. July 14, 2011: US20110172674-A1

Methods and instruments are provided to allow access to a surgical site through a small incision while optimizing visualization of the patient anatomy. The instrumentation provide for the retraction of soft tissue, creation of a working envelope below the skin, and access to intervertebral discs and ...


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Ralph C Solitario JR, Brian Bankoski, Mark Rossney, Santiago Figuereo, Robert Bohinski: Patient-mounted retraction. Synthes USA, June 2, 2011: US20110130634-A1

Patient-mounted retractors with varying configurations and/or features are provided, along with additional components for use therewith in provided patient-mounted retractor assemblies. Blade type and tube type patient-mounted retractors that may be re-positioned during the course of a procedure are ...