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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. St Francis Medical Technologies, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 11, 2007: US07306628 (198 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. Kyphon SARL, Coats and Bennett PLLC, January 13, 2009: US07476251 (109 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. Kyphon SÀRL, Coats and Bennett P L L C, September 28, 2010: US07803190 (30 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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Zucherman James F, Hsu Ken Y, Winslow Charles J: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. St Francis Medical Technologies, MEYER Sheldon R, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/039243 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an interspinous process implant (100) with a selectably expandable spacer (150) that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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Mosheh T Moskowitz, Ahmnon D Moskowitz, Nathan C Moskowitz: Spinous process staple with interdigitating-interlocking hemi-spacers for adjacent spinous process separation and distraction. Nathan C Moskowitz, Dresch IP Law PLLC, John J Dresch, June 13, 2017: US09675385 (4 worldwide citation)

A Spinous Process (SP) staple including a top claw, a bottom claw, a staple pin pivotally connecting the top claw and the bottom claw, a ratchet mechanism that limits an opening force of the top claw with respect to the bottom claw, a first hemi-spacer positioned on the top claw and a second hemi-sp ...


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. Sheldon R Meyer, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, September 16, 2004: US20040181282-A1

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. St Francis Medical Technologies, Fliesler Meyer, May 10, 2007: US20070106385-A1

The present invention is an interspinous process inplant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. St Francis Medical Technologies, Fliesler Meyer, April 26, 2007: US20070093830-A1

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.


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James F Zucherman, Ken Y Hsu, Charles J Winslow: Interspinous process apparatus and method with a selectably expandable spacer. Kyphon Sarl, Medtronic, December 2, 2010: US20100305611-A1

The present invention is an interspinous process implant with a selectably expandable spacer that can be placed between adjacent spinous processes.