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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Posterior dynamic stabilization x-device. DePay Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, February 9, 2010: US07658752 (137 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...


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Robert Labrom, Amie Borgstrom, William Dunbar, SeungKyu Daniel Kwak, John Riley Hawkins, Missoum Moumene, Ian Burgess, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Posterior dynamic stabilization systems and methods. DePuy Spine, Nutter McClennen & Fish, July 27, 2010: US07763051 (89 worldwide citation)

Various methods and devices are provided for stabilizing the posterior elements of the spine, and more preferably methods and devices are provided for sharing the load with the intervertebral disc, the facet joints, the ligaments, and the muscles of the spinal column. In certain exemplary embodiment ...


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Lutz Biedermann, Jürgen Harms, Wilfried Matthis: Stabilization device for the dynamic stabilization of vertebrae or bones and rod like element for such a stabilization device. Biedermann Motech, Christie Parker & Hale, October 13, 2009: US07601166 (82 worldwide citation)

A stabilization device includes a first bone anchoring element, a second bone anchoring element, and a rod shaped element for connecting the first and the second bone anchoring elements. The rod-shaped element includes a curved section, that undergoes an elastic deformation under the action of a for ...


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Wilfried Matthis, Lutz Biedermann, Jürgen Harms: Implant having a shaft and a hold element connected therewith for connecting with a rod. Biedermann Motech, Christie Parker & Hale, February 26, 2008: US07335202 (81 worldwide citation)

An implant is described having a shaft and a holding element connected therewith for connecting with a rod. A recess is provided in the holding element that includes a U-shaped cross section for accommodation of the rod and two free legs at one end which include an inner thread. A closure element fi ...


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Jürgen Harms, Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Rod-shaped implant element with flexible section. Biedermann Motech, Christie Parker & Hale, November 24, 2009: US07621912 (80 worldwide citation)

A rod-shaped implant element for the connection of bone anchoring elements includes at least one rigid section that is configured to be placed in a receiver member of a bone anchoring element and a flexible section that is adjacent to the rigid section. The flexible section and the rigid section are ...


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Lutz Biedermann, Wilfried Matthis: Height-adjustable intervertebrae implant. Biedermann Motech, Christie Parker & Hale, November 17, 2009: US07618458 (77 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral implant for insertion between two vertebrae is disclosed. A first part has a first contact surface extending between its two ends a first guide surface extending out from the first contact surface. A second part has a second contact surface extending between its ends, and a second ...


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Wilfried Matthis, Lutz Biedermann, Jürgen Harms: Expandable intervertebral implant. Biedermann Technologies & Co KG, Christie Parker & Hale, February 5, 2013: US08366777 (72 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant includes a front wall, a back wall spaced apart from the front wall, and two side walls connecting the front wall and the back wall at their respective ends. The walls define a space. The implant further includes a bottom face, a top face, at least one engagement ...


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Lutz Biedermann, Jürgen Harms, Wilfried Matthis: Bone anchoring element for anchoring in a bone or vertebra, and stabilization device with such a bone anchoring element. Biedermann Motech, Christie Parker & Hale, September 22, 2009: US07591839 (62 worldwide citation)

A bone anchoring element comprises a bone anchoring element and a receiving member. The bone anchoring element can be in the form of a screw with a shaft and a first head. A second head is elastically connected to the first head. The second head is arranged in the receiving member such that the seco ...