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James R Mujwid, Ishmael Bentley: Expandable intervertebral implant cage. Zimmer Spine, Wood Herron & Evans, August 22, 2006: US07094257 (186 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant having an external member and an internal member. The implant includes a locking arrangement having a first interlocking teeth structure formed on the external member and a second interlocking teeth structure formed on the internal member. The interlocking teeth ...


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Charles R Gordon, Corey T Harbold, Heather S Hanson: Expandable intervertebral implant. Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, July 13, 2010: US07753958 (181 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant for insertion between vertebrae of a human spine is described. The intervertebral implant includes an upper body that engages a first vertebra of the human spine, a lower body that engages a second vertebra of the human spine, an insert, and an advancing element. ...


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Donald R Huene: Expandable implant for inter-vertebral stabilization, and a method of stabilizing vertebrae. Liniak Berenato & White, February 18, 2003: US06520991 (165 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant for stabilizing adjacent vertebrae includes first and second opposed and operatively connected shells. Each one of the shells has a plurality of engaging members that are interdigitated with a corresponding plurality of engaging members of another of the shells. ...


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Loubert Suddaby: Expandable intervertebral fusion implant and applicator. Shoemaker and Mattare, January 16, 2001: US06174334 (142 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant includes two separate components having corrugated mating surfaces which resist compression and shifting when the parts are distracted by a special installation tool.


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Marc M Peterman: Expandable intervertebral implant and associated instrumentation. Warsaw Orthopedic, July 6, 2010: US07749270 (136 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant including an implant body transitionable between initial and expanded configurations, and having first and second axial walls spaced apart along a transverse axis with at least one of the walls defining a recessed region when the implant body is in the initial co ...


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Loubert Suddaby: Expandable intervertebral fusion implant having improved stability. Shoemaker and Mattare, December 25, 2001: US06332895 (136 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant includes two separate shells having corrugated mating surfaces which resist compression and shifting when the parts are distracted by a special installation tool. The shells include two planar wings which provide a large bearing area against adjacent vertebral en ...


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Charles R Gordon, Corey T Harbold, Heather S Hanson: Expandable intervertebral implant with wedged expansion member. Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, February 28, 2012: US08123810 (114 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant is described for insertion between vertebrae of a human spine. The intervertebral implant includes an upper body that engages a first vertebra of the human spine, a lower body that engages a second vertebra of the human spine, an insert, and an expansion member. ...


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Robert Cipoletti, Thomas Alheidt: Tool for implanting expandable intervertebral implant. Stryker Spine, Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, September 18, 2012: US08267939 (107 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant and tool for use in implanting same are disclosed. The tool is useful in retaining the implant in a non-expanded state throughout insert of the implant between adjacent vertebral bodies. Among other elements, the tool includes a rod, a sleeve placed over the rod, ...


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Lukas Eisermann, Paul Geibel, Jeffrey Zhang: Expandable intervertebral implant. Warsaw Orthopedic, August 4, 2009: US07569074 (106 worldwide citation)

An expandable intervertebral implant including a body having a longitudinal axis and including first and second axial walls spaced apart along a transverse axis, and first and second transverse end walls extending between and interconnecting the first and second axial walls. The intervertebral impla ...


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Charles R Gordon, Corey T Harbold, Heather S Hanson: Expandable intervertebral implant system and method. Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, February 11, 2014: US08647386 (75 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral implant system for a human spine including a first body having a first external surface to be disposed adjacent a first vertebrae during use and a first internal surface opposite the first external surface, a second body having a second external surface to be disposed adjacent a se ...