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Paul Zwirkoski: Linked slideable and interlockable rotatable components. Morphogeny, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, October 11, 2011: US08034109 (50 worldwide citation)

Medical devices having one or more rotatable linkable components or segments, delivered in a first orientation relative to a component guide into a tissue cavity, such as the interbody vertebral space. After delivery, each segment may be rotated to a second, different orientation relative to the com ...


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Paul Zwirkoski: Non-soft tissue repair. Spinal Ventures, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, March 23, 2010: US07682400 (33 worldwide citation)

An implant for filling and/or distracting a body region, particularly a non-soft tissue cavity, has a plurality of segments wherein at least two of the segments are flexibly connected. The segments have a crush-strength sufficient to create and/or maintain the distraction of two or more non-soft tis ...


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Paul Zwirkoski: Device and method for securing a fastener. Spinal Ventures, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, May 27, 2014: US08734520

An implant for filling and/or distracting a body region, particularly a non-soft tissue cavity, has a plurality of segments wherein at least two of the segments are flexibly connected. The segments have a crush-strength sufficient to create and/or maintain the distraction of two or more non-soft tis ...


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Paul Zwirkoski: Linked slideable and interlockable rotatable components. Marshall Gerstein & Borun, August 24, 2006: US20060189999-A1

Medical devices having one or more rotatable linkable components or segments, delivered in a first orientation relative to a component guide into a tissue cavity, such as the interbody vertebral space. After delivery, each segment may be rotated to a second, different orientation relative to the com ...


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Paul Zwirkoski: Linked Slideable and Interlockable Rotatable Components. Morphogeny, January 19, 2012: US20120016481-A1

Medical devices having one or more rotatable linkable components or segments, delivered in a first orientation relative to a component guide into a tissue cavity, such as the interbody vertebral space. After delivery, each segment may be rotated to a second, different orientation relative to the com ...