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Erik J Wagner, Michael C Dinsdale: Multi-variable-height fusion device. Spinal Concepts, Eric B Meyertons, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, November 4, 2003: US06641614 (411 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for promoting a spinal fusion between neighboring vertebrae are disclosed. Apparatus may be located within the intervertebral disc space and preferably includes a pair of engaging plates for contacting the vertebrae. An alignment device may be used to alter the vertical height b ...


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Erik J Wagner, Michael C Dinsdale: Multi-variable-height fusion device. Spinal Concepts, Eric B Meyertons, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, March 16, 2004: US06706070 (290 worldwide citation)

Alignment devices for promoting spinal fusion between neighboring vertebrae are disclosed. The alignment device may be use to alter the vertical height between the engaging plates to customize the apparatus to fit a given patient. In one embodiment, the alignment device includes two turnbuckles and ...


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Wagner Erik J, Hochschuler Stephen H, Rashbaum Ralph F, Dinsdale Michael C, Guyer Richard D: Multi-variable height fusion device. Spinal Concepts, February 9, 2000: EP0977526-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) promoting a spinal fusion between neighboring vertebrae (16, 18) is disclosed. Apparatus (10) may be located within the intervertebral disc space and preferably includes a pair of engaging plates (12, 14) for contacting the vertebrae (16, 18). An alignment device may be used to alt ...


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Wagner Erik J, Hochschuler Stephen H, Rashbaum Ralph F, Dinsdale Michael C, Guyer Richard D: Multi-variable height fusion device. Spinal Concepts, sMEYERTONS Eric B, November 5, 1998: WO/1998/048739 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) promoting a spinal fusion between neighboring vertebrae (16, 18) is disclosed. Apparatus (10) may be located within the intervertebral disc space and preferably includes a pair of engaging plates (12, 14) for contacting the vertebrae (16, 18). An alignment device may be used to alt ...


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Hochschuler Stephen H, Rashbaum Ralph F, Dinsdale Michael C, Guyer Richard D, Wagner Erik J: Multi-variable height fusion device. Spinal Concepts, February 15, 2001: KR1019997010084

An apparatus (10) promoting a spinal fusion between neighboring vertebrae (16, 18) is disclosed. Apparatus (10) may be located within the intervertebral disc space and preferably includes a pair of engaging plates (12, 14) for contacting the vertebrae (16, 18). An alignment device may be used to alt ...