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Stephen D Kuslich: Expandable fabric implant for stabilizing the spinal motion segment. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, August 27, 1996: US05549679 (783 worldwide citation)

A method for stabilizing a spinal motion segment by boring and excising an opening in a disc nucleus, inserting a fabric bag having a pore size between about 0.25 and 5.0 mm, packing the bag with a graft medium until the bag is a rigid self-retaining shape, then closing the bag. The nucleus is excis ...


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Stephen D Kuslich: Expandable fabric implant for stabilizing the spinal motion segment. Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, November 5, 1996: US05571189 (756 worldwide citation)

An expandable, porous fabric implant for insertion into the interior of a reamed out disc which is packed with material to stabilize the spinal segment. The fabric pores allows for tissue ingrowth through the implant.


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Kuslich Stephen D: Expandable fabric implant for stabilizing the spinal motion segment. Kuslich Stephen D, VIDAS Scott Q, November 30, 1995: WO/1995/031948 (1 worldwide citation)

An expandable, porous fabric implant for insertion into the interior of a reamed out disc which is packed with material to stabilize the spinal segment. The fabric pores allows for tissue ingrowth the implant.


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Kuslich Stephen D: Expandable fabric implant for stabilizing the spinal motion segment. Kuslich Stephen D, March 26, 1997: EP0764008-A1

An expandable, porous fabric implant for insertion into the interior of a reamed out disc which is packed with material to stabilize the spinal segment. The fabric pores allows for tissue ingrowth the implant.


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Kuslich Stephen D: Implant en toile expansible pour stabiliser le segment spinal, Expandable fabric implant for stabilizing the spinal motion segment. Kuslich Stephen D, Spineology, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, November 30, 1995: CA2189677

An expandable, porous fabric implant for insertion into the interior of a reamed out disc which is packed with material to stabilize the spinal segment. The fabric pores allows for tissue ingrowth the implant.


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EXPANDABLE INTERVERTEBRAL CAGE WITH LIVING HINGES APPARATUS, SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF. March 2, 2017: US20170056179-A1

An expandable intervertebral cage with living hinges manufactured using 3D printing. The intervertebral cage is configured to expand from an unexpanded to an expanded configuration. The intervertebral cage can include a deployment system, such as a variable volume pouch or deployment cable, to apply ...