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Gary K Michelson: Lordotic interbody spinal fusion implants. Lewis Anten Esq Amedeo Ferraro Esq, March 11, 1997: US05609635 (766 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to interbody spinal fusion implants having a structural configuration that provides for the maintaining and creating of the normal anatomic angular relationship of two adjacent vertebrae of the spine to maintain and create spinal lordosis. The spinal fusion implants ...


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Gary K Michelson: Interbody spinal fusion implants. Sofamor Danek Group, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, January 14, 1997: US05593409 (604 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a spinal fusion implant that is at least partially cylindrical, made of material appropriate for human implantation and having preferably, but not necessarily, one closed end and one end capable of being closed, such that an internal chamber can be filled and hold any ...


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Gary K Michelson: Interbody spinal fusion implants with multi-lock for locking opposed screws. Martin & Ferraro, May 6, 2003: US06558423 (371 worldwide citation)

An apparatus includes an interbody spinal fusion implant having a leading end, a trailing end, and a length therebetween, and opposed upper and lower portions adapted to contact each of the adjacent vertebral bodies. Each of the upper and lower portions has at least one opening adapted to communicat ...


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Gary K Michelson: Flanged interbody spinal fusion implants. Martin & Ferraro, May 4, 2004: US06730127 (357 worldwide citation)

A flanged interbody spinal fusion implant for insertion at least in part between adjacent vertebral bodies has opposed upper and lower surfaces adapted to contact each of the adjacent vertebral bodies from within the disc space, a leading end for insertion between the adjacent vertebral bodies, and ...


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Gary K Michelson: Radially expanding interbody spinal fusion implants, instrumentation, and methods of insertion. Warsaw Orthopedic, Martin & Ferraro, October 31, 2006: US07128760 (282 worldwide citation)

Interbody spinal fusion implants being at least in part radially expandable at one of the leading or trailing ends to expand both the height and at least a portion of the width of the implant, and instruments and methods for inserting the implants into an implantation space in the spine are disclose ...


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Lordotic interbody spinal fusion implants. Martin & Ferraro, September 10, 2002: US06447544 (276 worldwide citation)

The present application is directed to interbody spinal fusion implants having a structural configuration that provides for the maintaining and creating of the normal anatomic angular relationship of two adjacent vertebrae of the spine to maintain and create spinal lordosis. The spinal fusion implan ...


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Lordotic interbody spinal fusion implants. Martin & Ferraro, October 16, 2001: US06302914 (264 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to interbody spinal fusion implants having a structural configuration that provides for the maintaining and creating of the normal anatomic angular relationship of two adjacent vertebrae of the spine to maintain and create spinal lordosis. The spinal fusion implants ...


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Interbody spinal fusion implants. Sofamor Danek Group, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarity & McNett, July 28, 1998: US05785710 (263 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a spinal fusion implant that is at least partially cylindrical, made of material appropriate for human implantation and having preferably, but not necessarily, one closed end and one end capable of being closed, such that an internal chamber can be filled and hold any ...


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Interbody spinal fusion implants. SDGI Holdings, Martin & Ferraro, September 26, 2000: US06123705 (261 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a spinal fusion implant that is at least partially cylindrical, made of material appropriate for human implantation and having preferably, but not necessarily, one closed end and one end capable of being closed, such that an internal chamber can be filled and hold any ...


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Method for inserting frusto-conical interbody spinal fusion implants. Loeb & Loeb, April 3, 2001: US06210412 (249 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method of inserting a variety of interbody spinal fusion implants having at least a partially frusto-conical configuration and the instrumentation and methods by which the implants.