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Roy K Lim: Expanding interbody implant and articulating inserter and method. Warsaw Orthopedic, November 9, 2010: US07828849 (139 worldwide citation)

A device for processing vertebral members having a spacer, a delivery device, and a deployer. The spacer includes at least first and second members with the first having at least one angled section and a contact surface, a second member having at least one angled section and a contact surface. The d ...


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Roy K Lim, Kevin T Foley: Expanding interbody implant and articulating inserter and method. Warsaw Orthopedic, November 12, 2013: US08579981 (64 worldwide citation)

A device to space vertebral members with first and second members that may have at least one ramped section. The first and second members may be positioned in a vertically overlapping arrangement with interior sides of the members facing together. The device may be positionable between a first orien ...


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Roy K Lim: Rod reducer. Warsaw Orthopedic, November 3, 2009: US07611517 (20 worldwide citation)

An instrument is provided for use in orthopedic surgery, such as for reduction of spinal rods. In one embodiment, a shaft is pivotably connected to a plate with an aperture, and a sleeve is slidable over the shaft and plate. A base member can be provided for ease in handling the instrument, which ma ...


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Roy K Lim, Kevin T Foley: Expanding interbody implant and articulating inserter and method. Warsaw Orthopedic, March 24, 2015: US08986389 (12 worldwide citation)

A device to space vertebral members with first and second members that may have at least one ramped section. The first and second members may be positioned in a vertically overlapping arrangement with interior sides of the members facing together. The device may be positionable between a first orien ...


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Roy K Lim, Kevin T Foley: Expanding interbody implant and articulating inserter and method. Warsaw Orthopedic, March 1, 2016: US09271846 (7 worldwide citation)

A device to space vertebral members with first and second members that may have at least one ramped section. The first and second members may be positioned in a vertically overlapping arrangement with interior sides of the members facing together. The device may be positionable between a first orien ...


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Roy K Lim, Kevin T Foley: Expanding interbody implant and articulating inserter and method. Warsaw Orthopedic, September 5, 2017: US09750617 (6 worldwide citation)

A device to space vertebral members with first and second members that may have at least one ramped section. The first and second members may be positioned in a vertically overlapping arrangement with interior sides of the members facing together. The device may be positionable between a first orien ...


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Roy K Lim: Rod reducer. Warsaw Orthopedic, April 12, 2011: US07922724 (4 worldwide citation)

An instrument is provided for use in orthopedic surgery, such as for reduction of spinal rods. In one embodiment, a shaft is pivotably connected to a plate with an aperture, and a sleeve is slidable over the shaft and plate. A base member can be provided for ease in handling the instrument, which ma ...


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Roy K Lim, Michael C Sherman: Slotted screw for use with a vertebral member. Warsaw Orthopedic, July 6, 2010: US07749259 (4 worldwide citation)

A screw for use with vertebral members having one or more slots that extend along at least a section of the length. The slots are sized to contain bone growth material. A portion of the screw length may also include threads to assist in inserting and anchoring the screw into a vertebral member. In u ...


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Roy K Lim, Peter Robertson: C1-C2 implant and methods of use. Warsaw Orthopedic, July 9, 2013: US08480739 (4 worldwide citation)

An implant for positioning between the C1 and C2 vertebral members. The implants may include a blade sized to be inserted between the C1 and C2 members. The blade may include a length measured between an insertion tip and a second side, and a height measured between a superior side that contacts aga ...


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Roy K Lim, Arthur Conley, Anthony J Melkent: Systems and methods for compressing and distracting vertebrae of the spinal column. Warsaw Orthopedic, September 3, 2013: US08523876 (3 worldwide citation)

Spinal surgical systems include a compressor mountable to a first vertebra and positionable relative to a fulcrum mountable to a second vertebra. The compressor and fulcrum are manipulated relative to one another to compress the first and second vertebrae. The systems further include a distractor mo ...