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Kevin Thomas Foley, Maurice Mell Smith, John B Clayton, Joseph Moctezuma: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. Danek Medical, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, August 11, 1998: US05792044 (527 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for performing percutaneous spinal surgery under direct visualization and through a single cannula are shown. A device (10) is provided which includes an elongated cannula (20) having a first inner diameter (D.sub.I) and an outer diameter (D.sub.O) sized for percutaneous introduc ...


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Kevin Thomas Foley, Maurice Mell Smith, John B Clayton, Joseph Moctezuma: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, May 11, 1999: US05902231 (398 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for performing percutaneous surgery under direct visualization and through a single cannula are shown. A device (10) is provided which includes an elongated cannula (20) having a first inner diameter (D.sub.I) and an outer diameter (D.sub.O) sized for percutaneous introduction in ...


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Hallett Mathews, Bradley T Estes, Eddie Ray III, Mingyan Liu: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, March 27, 2001: US06206826 (311 worldwide citation)

A percutaneous surgical system includes a plurality of tissue retractors configured to maintain a working space within soft tissue. The tissue retractors include a prong on their inner surfaces for engaging a ring member. The ring member maintains the position of the tissue retractors while also def ...


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Kevin Thomas Foley, Maurice Mell Smith, John B Clayton, Joseph Moctezuma: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett Patent and Trademark Attorneys, September 21, 1999: US05954635 (308 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for performing percutaneous spinal surgery under direct visualization and through a single cannula are shown. A device (10) is provided which includes an elongated cannula (20) having a first inner diameter (D.sub.I) and an outer diameter (D.sub.O) sized for percutaneous introduc ...


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Maurice M Smith, Kevin T Foley, Thomas E Roehm III, William Barry Null: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, January 20, 2004: US06679833 (285 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for performing surgery in a patient are provided. A cannula provides a working channel for access to a location in the patient. A clamp assembly is removably engaged to the cannula. The clamp assembly allows use of an endoscopic viewing system or can be removed to allow use of a ...


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Kevin Thomas Foley, Maurice Mell Smith, John B Clayton, Joseph Moctezuma: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodward Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, March 27, 2001: US06206822 (205 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for performing percutaneous spinal surgery under direct visualization and through a single cannula are shown. A device (


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Kevin Thomas Foley, Maurice Mell Smith, John B Clayton, Joseph Moctezuma: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. SDGI Holdings, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, December 19, 2000: US06162170 (173 worldwide citation)

A method for percutaneous surgery on the spine of a patient under direct visualization is performed through a single cannula having a predetermined length. The length is determined by measuring a distance from the lamina of a spinal vertebra to the skin of the patient, determining a first portion of ...


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Maurice M Smith, Kevin T Foley, Thomas E Roehm III, William Barry Null: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. Warsaw Orthopedic, Krieg DeVault, April 3, 2007: US07198598 (171 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for performing surgery in a patient are provided. A cannula provides a working channel for access to a location in the patient. A clamp assembly is removably engaged to the cannula. The clamp assembly allows use of an endoscopic viewing system or can be removed to allow use of a ...


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Roehm Thomas E Iii, Null William B, Foley Kevin T, Smith Maurice: Devices and methods for percutaneous surgery. Sdgi Holdings, WARMBOLD David A, October 3, 2002: WO/2002/076311 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices for performing surgery in a patient are provided. A cannula provides a working channel for access to a location in the patient. A clamp assembly is removably engaged to the cannula. The clamp assembly allows use of an endoscopic viewing system or can be removed to allow use of a ...