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Nicholas M Cordaro: Cervical plate/screw system for immobilizing vertebral bodies. SeaSpine, Harold L Jackson, May 22, 2007: US07220263 (72 worldwide citation)

A plate/screw system for immobilizing adjacent vertebral bodies or an interbody device includes a plate having at least one spaced opening with an upper section of a width or diameter of d1 and a lower section having or diameter less than w1. The lower section defines a partial or completed helical ...


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Colin M Smith, Nicholas M Cordaro: Prosthesis for restoring motion in an appendage or spinal joint and an intervertebral spacer. Seaspine, September 21, 2010: US07799083 (51 worldwide citation)

A motion restoring prosthesis to be interposed between the ends of two bones adjoining a mammalian appendage or spinal joint is formed of two components with the components having inner cooperating articulating surfaces and outer bone engaging surfaces. At least one of the components has an inner se ...


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Nicholas M Cordaro, Colin M Smith: Implant system for osteosynthesis. SeaSpine, April 13, 2010: US07695497 (31 worldwide citation)

A anti-splay and rod securing member for use with vertebral implants of the hook, monoaxial and polyaxial types, in which a pair of arcuate upstanding internally threaded posts define a transverse opening for securing a rod to immobilize bone segments comprises an integrally formed cap and set screw ...


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Kevin T Stone, Nicholas M Cordaro: Humeral stem with anatomical location of taper access for fixation of humeral head. Biomet Manufacturing, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 4, 2008: US07338528 (29 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a kit having a set of humeral components used in partial and total joint replacement surgeries. The set of humeral components has a plurality of stems having varying stem diameters and a set of humeral heads having hemispheric surfaces with varying radiuses. Each stem defines a platform ...


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Nicholas M Cordaro: Transverse connector system. SeaSpine, August 10, 2010: US07771474 (25 worldwide citation)

A transverse connector system for interconnecting two spinal rods includes a connector arranged to span the distance between the rods with a rod receiving recess and a pin receiving bore on each end. A one-piece pin member such as a set screw is disposed within each bore with an enlarged head protru ...


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Kevin T Stone, Nicholas M Cordaro: Shoulder prosthesis. Biomet Manufacturing, Harness Dickey, October 26, 2010: US07819923 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a modular shoulder prosthesis having an adjustable radial offset and/or angular inclination provided by relative rotation of an adapter interdisposed between the stem and the head. Specifically, the interface configuration between the stem and the adapter, as wel ...


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Shahram Shaun Zamani, Nicholas M Cordaro, Colin M Smith: Interbody device for spinal applications. SeaSpine, James W Hill, McDermott Will & Emery, April 2, 2013: US08409290 (22 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral spacer includes a leading end, a trailing end comprising an opening having a clearance and a post positioned across the clearance. The post has an external surface configured to accept an extending portion of an insertion tool and to torsionally engage a complementary surface of th ...


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Nicholas M Cordaro: Transverse connector system. SeaSpine, Harold L Jackson, January 9, 2007: US07160301 (17 worldwide citation)

A transverse connector system for interconnecting two spinal rods includes a connector arranged to span the distance between the rods with a rod receiving recess and a pin receiving bore on each end. A pin member such as a set screw is deposited within each bore with an enlarged head protruding from ...


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Kevin T Stone, Nicholas M Cordaro: Shoulder prothesis. Biomet Manufacturing, Harness Dickey, August 7, 2012: US08236059 (12 worldwide citation)

The present teachings are directed to a modular shoulder prosthesis having an adjustable radial offset and/or angular inclination provided by relative rotation of an adapter interdisposed between the stem and the head. In one example, a shoulder prosthesis comprises a stem having a first longitudina ...


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Nicholas M Cordaro, Colin M Smith: Motion restoring intervertebral device. SeaSpine, January 17, 2012: US08097036 (12 worldwide citation)

A motion restoring intervertebral device includes first and second articulating components positioned between adjacent vertebrae with the articulating surface of the first component being formed by a circular domed convex projection having a first radius. The articulating surface of the second compo ...