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Gregory J Denham, Daniel Norton, Chris Palese, Kevin T Stone: Flexible anchors for tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, February 18, 2014: US08652172 (49 worldwide citation)

An anchor for securing tissue to bone can include a flexible first tubular member, a flexible second tubular member, and a first suture member. The first tubular member can include a first wall defining a first passage between first and second ends. The second tubular member can include a second wal ...


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Gregory J Denham, Daniel Norton, Christopher Palese, Kevin T Stone: Flexible anchors for tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, March 28, 2017: US09603591 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for securing an anchor to tissue includes positioning the anchor in an area of the tissue. The anchor can include a flexible first tubular member, a flexible second tubular member, and a first suture member. The first tubular member can include a first wall defining a first passage between ...


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Gregory J Denham, Daniel Norton, Chris Palese, Kevin T Stone: Flexible Anchors for Tissue Fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, October 27, 2011: US20110264141-A1

An anchor for securing tissue to bone can include a flexible first tubular member, a flexible second tubular member, and a first suture member. The first tubular member can include a first wall defining a first passage between first and second ends. The second tubular member can include a second wal ...


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Flexible Anchors For Tissue Fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, June 12, 2014: US20140163614-A1

A method for securing an anchor to tissue includes positioning the anchor in an area of the tissue. The anchor can include a flexible first tubular member, a flexible second tubular member, and a first suture member. The first tubular member can include a first wall defining a first passage between ...