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Robert Elliott Schwartz, Daniel Anthony Grande Jr: Cartilage repair unit. Matrix Biotechnologies, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, June 23, 1998: US05769899 (462 worldwide citation)

A bio-absorbable cartilage repair system for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on the surface of a bone by establishing a chondrogenic growth-supporting matrix between an area of removed damaged or destroyed articular cartilage and the adjacent healthy cancellous bone. The system ...


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Robert E Schwartz: Surgical implantation of cartilage repair unit. R&D Biologicals, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, May 27, 1997: US05632745 (340 worldwide citation)

A method of surgically implanting into a site with cancellous bone a bio-absorbable cartilage repair system including an assembly. The method includes the steps of partially preparing the site to receive the assembly by removing at least a portion of the damaged or destroyed articular cartilage, and ...


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Robert E Schwartz, Daniel A Grande: Cartilage repair unit. DePuy Orthopaedics, Barnes & Thornburg, June 26, 2001: US06251143 (309 worldwide citation)

A bio-absorbable cartilage repair system is provided for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on a joint surface of a bone by establishing a chondrogenic growth-supporting matrix between an area of damaged or destroyed articular cartilage that has been removed and an adjacent health ...


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Robert E Schwartz: Cartilage repair unit and method of assembling same. Matrix Biotechnologies, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein, May 12, 1998: US05749874 (175 worldwide citation)

A method of assembling an improved bio-absorbable cartilage repair system includes the step of directly inserting the insert into a cavity in the delivery unit so as to leave a top of the insert exposed. A flexible, porous fabric piece, consisting substantially of bio-absorbable material, is then ap ...


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Robert E Schwartz, Daniel A Grande: Cartilage repair unit. DePuy Orthopaedics, Barnes & Thornburg, October 22, 2002: US06468314 (165 worldwide citation)

A bio-absorbable cartilage repair system is provided for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on a joint surface of a bone by establishing a chondrogenic growth-supporting matrix between an area of damaged or destroyed articular cartilage that has been removed and an adjacent health ...


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Schwartz Robert E, Grande Daniel A: Cartilage repair unit. Matrix Biotechnologies, North Shore Univ Hospital, January 7, 1998: EP0814731-A1 (111 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method of surgically implanting into a site with cancellous bone a bio-absorbable cartilage repair system including an assembly (12). The method includes the steps of partially preparing the site to receive the assembly (12) by removing at least a portion of the damaged or ...


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Schwartz Robert E, Grande Daniel A: Unite de reparation de cartilage, Cartilage repair unit. Matrix Biotechnologies, North Shore University Hospital Research, North Shore University Hospital Research, Depuy Orthopaedics, OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, July 24, 1997: CA2216752 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention is a bio-absorbable cartilage repair system (12) for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on the surface of a bone by establishing chondrogenic growth supporting matrix between an area of removed damaged or destroyed articular cartilage and the adjacent healthy cancel ...


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Matrix Biotechnologies Inc: Surgical implantation of cartilage repair unit. Matrix Biotechnologies, November 26, 1997: EP0808136-A1

The present invention is a method of surgically implanting into a site with cancellous bone a bio-absorbable cartilage repair system including an assembly (12). The method includes the steps of partially preparing the site to receive the assembly (12) by removing at least a portion of the damaged or ...


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Schwartz Robert E, Grande Daniel A: Cartilage repair unit. Depuy Orthopaedics, January 14, 2004: EP1379182-A2

A bio-absorbable cartilage repair system is provided for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on a joint surface of a bone by establishing a condrogenic growth-supporting matrix between an area of damaged or destroyed articular cartilage that has been removed and an adjacent healthy ...


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Robert E Schwartz, Daniel A Grande: Cartilage repair unit. Barnes & Thornburg, July 26, 2001: US20010010023-A1

A bio-absorbable cartilage repair system is provided for regenerating damaged or destroyed articular cartilage on a joint surface of a bone by establishing a chondrogenic growth-supporting matrix between an area of damaged or destroyed articular cartilage that has been removed and an adjacent health ...