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Robert S Biscup: Spinal fusion implant. Spineco, Vickers Daniels & Young, June 12, 2001: US06245108 (382 worldwide citation)

An improved prosthetic implant for forming a rigid structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a cage having a top, bottom, front end, back end, first side and second side walls. The first side wall has an arcuate surface. The top and bottom wall include ...


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Robert S Biscup: Spinal fusion implant. DePuy AcroMed, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, January 13, 2004: US06676703 (220 worldwide citation)

An improved prosthetic implant for forming a rigid structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a cage having a top, bottom, front end, back end, first side and second side walls. The first side wall has an arcuate surface. The top and bottom wall include ...


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Clayton G Leroux, Robert S Biscup: Spherical spinal implant. Spineco, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, November 12, 2002: US06478822 (161 worldwide citation)

An improved prosthetic implant for forming a support structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a generally spherical or ellipsoidal body that at least partially engages a surface of an adjacent vertebrae. The generally spherical or ellipsoidal body can ...


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Robert S Biscup: Molded surgical implant and method. Spineco, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, September 7, 2004: US06786930 (129 worldwide citation)

A customized prosthetic implant and method for producing a customized prosthetic implant for use in fully or partially replacing bone and/or tissue in a human or animal. The custom prosthetic implant is produced by obtaining information about the site of implant for the prosthetic implant, processin ...


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Robert S Biscup: Spinal implant insertion tool. Spineco, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, February 10, 2004: US06689132 (74 worldwide citation)

An insertion tool to guide and/or insert an implant into an intervertebral disc space. The insertion tool includes a body member and a curvilinear top portion connected to the body member. The top portion has a total angle of curvature of at least about 90° and a size and shape to enable over 50% of ...


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Robert S Biscup: Spinal fusion implant. DePuy Acromed, Fay Sharpe, Brian E Turung, June 12, 2007: US07229477 (46 worldwide citation)

An improved prosthetic implant for forming a rigid structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a cage having a top, bottom, front end, back end, first side and second side walls. The first side wall has an arcuate surface. The top and bottom wall include ...


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Robert S Biscup, Clayton G Leroux: Expandable spherical spinal implant. Spineco, Fay Sharp, Brian E Turung, November 2, 2010: US07824444 (18 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic implant for forming a support structure between adjoining vertebrae in a spinal column. The prosthetic implant includes a generally spherical or ellipsoidal body that at least partially engages a surface of adjacent vertebrae.


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Robert S Biscup: Electro-stimulation and medical delivery device. Spineco, Fay Sharpe, Brian E Turung, November 10, 2009: US07615070 (12 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic screw for at least partial insertion into a bone and/or cartilage. The prosthetic screw includes a head and a lower portion connected to the head. The lower portion includes at least one interface that designed to at least partially discharge an electrical current, and/or a medical subs ...


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Robert S Biscup: Electro-stimulation and medical delivery device. Spineco, Fay Sharpe Fagan Minnich & McKee, Brian E Turung, February 6, 2007: US07172594 (10 worldwide citation)

A pedicle screw for at least partial insertion into a bone and/or cartilage. The pedicle screw includes a head and a lower portion connected to the head. The lower portion includes at least one interface that designed to at least partially discharge an electrical current, and/or a medical substance ...


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Robert S Biscup, Clayton G Leroux: Vertebral pars interarticularis clamp a new spine fixation device, instrumentation, and methodology. Spineco, Fay Sharpe, Brian E Turung, February 8, 2011: US07883532 (8 worldwide citation)

An improve spinal surgical implant used primarily in the posterior aspect of the spinal column for spinal reconstruction; revision surgery; deformity correction; and/or tumor surgery and/or trauma surgery of the cervical, thoracic and/or and lumbo-sacral spine.