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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, November 8, 2016: US09486329 (3 worldwide citation)

A spinal fusion system and related methods involve the use of a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction. The spinal fusion implant is particularly suited for introduction into the disc space via a lateral approach to the spine.


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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Rory Schermerhorn, NuVasive, March 20, 2018: US09918852

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites, in particular into the thoracic region of the spine.


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Andrew Lamborne, Patrick Hunt, Joel Helgerson, Troy Woolley, Richard Fessler, Clint Hill, K Brandon Strenge, Kenneth Little, Alex Speciale: Expandable fusion cage system. IN QUEUE INNOVATIONS, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, August 7, 2018: US10039650

An expandable fusion cage system includes an expandable fusion cage having an upper portion, a lower portion, and a hinge portion coupling the lower portion and the upper portion at their distal ends. Positioned between the upper and lower portions is an expansion element that when moved in the prox ...


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JAMES LEE , BENJAMIN VERHAGE , MICHAEL SERRA , TROY WOOLLEY , BRIAN SNIDER , MATTHEW SCHWARTZ : [en] A retractor assembly for creating an operative corridor to a spinal surgical tgarget. NUVASIVE  , February 22, 2017: GB2541563-A

[en] A retractor assembly 10 comprises a retractor body 20 and a plurality of retractor blades 12, 16, 18 extending generally perpendicularly to the retractor body in an initial non-splayed position. The retractor body is operable to separate the blades relative to each other and to splay at least o ...


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Jared Arambula, Kevin Foley, James F Marino, Alan Curtis Stone, Eric Finley, David Matsuura, Troy Woolley, Jamil Elbanna: Polar coordinate surgical guideframe. Townsend And Townsend And Crew, January 17, 2002: US20020007188-A1

A surgical instrument positioning system, comprising: at least one support; a cross member having at least one curved end portion, the at least one curved end portion being held by the at least one support such that the cross member is rotatable about an axis extending through a center of curvature ...


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Chester Sutterlin, Jason Blain, Matthew Curran, Troy Woolley, Eric Kovach: Systems and Methods for Removing Body Tissue. NuVasive, c o CPA Global, September 16, 2010: US20100234848-A1

Devices and methods for removing body tissue involving the use of a brush member having a plurality of bristle members defining a capacity for carrying body tissue. The brush member is capable of being manipulated within said body to thereby receive body tissue within said brush member such that sai ...


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Troy Woolley, Nathan Lovell, Michael Serra: Method and apparatus for performing spinal surgery. NuVasive, June 2, 2011: US20110130793-A1

Implants, instruments, and methods for performing surgical procedures on the spine, including one or more of creating an operative corridor to the spine, delivering implants to the spine, fusing one or more segments of the spine, and fixing one or more segments of the spine.


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Troy Woolley, Nathan Lovell, Michael Serra, Mark Peterson: Method and Apparatus for Performing Spinal Fusion Surgery. November 24, 2011: US20110288594-A1

Implants, instruments, and methods for performing surgical procedures on the spine, including one or more of creating an operative corridor to the spine, delivering implants to the spine, fusing one or more segments of the spine, and fixing one or more segments of the spine.


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Troy Woolley, Nathan Lovell, Michael Serra, Mark Peterson: Method and Apparatus for Performing Spinal fusion Surgery. December 8, 2011: US20110301422-A1

Implants, instruments, and methods for performing surgical procedures on the spine, including one or more of creating an operative corridor to the spine, delivering implants to the spine, fusing one or more segments of the spine, and fixing one or more segments of the spine.