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Hugh Sharkey, Gary Fanton: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Oratec Interventions, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, October 20, 1998: US05823994 (143 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for repairing a wound in soft tissue includes an introducer trocar with a sharpened distal end and a hollow lumen. An elongated pin has a distal end, a proximal end and a central section. The pin is formed of compacted, hydrophilic, cross-linked collagen and introduced into the hollow l ...


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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, February 18, 2014: US08652171 (59 worldwide citation)

A surgical method can include passing at least two adjustable loops of a flexible construct through at least the first tissue to extend from an outer surface of the first tissue opposite a tissue engaging surface facing the second tissue, and attaching the two adjustable loops to a first selected ar ...


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Troy M Walters: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, October 26, 2010: US07819898 (39 worldwide citation)

A positioning member may be released to move an anchor member to a holding position. The positioning member being operable to be held in a selected orientation until the anchor member is in a selected position.


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Nathan Sautter: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, February 7, 2012: US08109965 (24 worldwide citation)

A positioning member may be released to move an anchor member to a holding position. The positioning member being operable to be held in a selected orientation until the anchor member is in a selected position.


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Rickey Hart: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation to bone. Karl Storz & Co KG, St Onge Steward Johnston & Reens, December 9, 2014: US08906060 (20 worldwide citation)

A bone anchor having a rivet having a proximal end and a head distal to an elongate body, a sleeve having an internal channel for slidably receiving the body, and an expansion nut having a channel therethrough for slidably receiving said body, proximal of said sleeve is provided. The sleeve further ...


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Kevin T Stone, Gregory J Denham: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, September 19, 2017: US09763656 (3 worldwide citation)

A tissue fixation apparatus can include a flexible construct and an elongated locking member. The flexible construct can include at least two adjustable loops and tensioning members. The two adjustable loops can be configured to pass through the first tissue, and to be spaced apart along an outer su ...


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Nathan M Sautter: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, July 23, 2013: US08491632 (3 worldwide citation)

An anchor assembly for retaining a graft in an anatomy. The anchor assembly includes an anchor body, a flexible connector, and a graft holding member. The anchor body includes a first connector bore defined by the anchor body. The flexible connector extends through the first connector bore. The graf ...


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Nathan M Sautter: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, June 3, 2014: US08740939

A positioning member may be released to move an anchor member to a holding position. The positioning member being operable to be held in a selected orientation until the anchor member is in a selected position.


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Nathan Sautter: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Arthrotek, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 1, 2007: US20070049944-A1

A positioning member may be released to move an anchor member to a holding position. The positioning member being operable to be held in a selected orientation until the anchor member is in a selected position.


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Kevin T Stone, Ryan A Kaiser, Troy M Walters: Method and apparatus for soft tissue fixation. Arthrotek, Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 15, 2005: US20050277961-A1

A positioning member may be released to move an anchor member to a holding position. The positioning member being operable to be held in a selected orientation until the anchor member is in a selected position.