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Christian Mai: Clip and osteosynthesis plate with dynamic compression and self-retention. Wall and Roehrig, September 21, 1993: US05246443 (525 worldwide citation)

Osteosynthesis plate, made of a thermoelastic martensitic alloy whose transformation temperatures are:


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Ronald A Yapp, Charles B Worrick III: Osteosynthesis plate system. Codman & Shurtleff, William C Lahive & Cockfield Geary III, August 27, 1996: US05549612 (359 worldwide citation)

An osteosynthesis plate system is particularly well adapted to securely fuse adjacent cervical vertebrae. The plates are adapted for mounting upon the anterior or posterior surfaces of the vertebrae. Plates for mounting on the anterior vertebral surfaces have a concave bone contacting surface and a ...


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Ronald A Yapp, Charles B Worrick III: Osteosynthesis plate system. Codman & Shurtleff, William C Nutter McClennen & Fish Geary III, April 1, 1997: US05616144 (237 worldwide citation)

An osteosynthesis plate system is particularly well adapted to securely fuse adjacent cervical vertebrae. The plates are for mounting upon the anterior or posterior surfaces of the vertebrae. Plates for mounting on the anterior vertebral surfaces have a concave bone contacting surface and a bone scr ...


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Wolfhard Caspar, Theodor Lutze: Osteosynthesis plate. Aesculap Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Kenway & Jenney, March 12, 1985: US04503848 (186 worldwide citation)

To make possible the effective immobilization of pieces of bone with an osteosynthesis plate, the proposal is made that the longitudinal edges of the osteosynthesis plate diverge in the manner of a trapezoid, that the osteosynthesis plate be provided with two adjacent rows of slots for its screws, a ...


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Jean Marc Fuentes: Intervertebral connection device with an anti-extraction device to prevent extraction of anchoring screws. Scint&apos x, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, October 23, 2001: US06306139 (172 worldwide citation)

An intervertebral connection device having a rigid osteosynthesis plate adapted to cover outer faces of at least two consecutive vertebrae at least partially. The plate includes an anterior face and an opposite posterior face. The posterior face is positionable against outer faces of at least two co ...


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Jacques Philippe Laboureau, Gerard H Dericks: Osteosynthesis plate-staple. Greenblum & Bernstein, September 2, 1997: US05662655 (169 worldwide citation)

Osteosynthesis plate-staple for osteotomy, including symmetrical or asymmetrical side legs having sharpened free ends, and being joined by a cross member. The legs are substantially mutually longitudinal divergent in the direction of their free ends so that the ends are urged away from one another w ...


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Lutze Theodor: Anchoring element for fastening an osteosynthesis plate to a bone.. Aesculap Werke, June 15, 1988: EP0270704-A1 (163 worldwide citation)

1. Attachment element to anchor on a bone an osteo-synthesis-plate which has bores, characterized in that it has a peg (1) with a broadened head (3) and a through-going, longitudinal bore (6) which widens at its end facing away from the head (3) and a tensioning pin (2) which comprises a first shank ...


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Johannes Franz Hoenig, Kevin Thomas Stone: Osteosynthesis plate. Wigman Cohen Leitner & Myers P C, December 30, 1997: US05702396 (127 worldwide citation)

An osteosynthesis plate. An osteosynthesis plate is disclosed having a regular knob profile, preferably a spherical knob profile, whereby the knob height, measured between the deepest profile point and the peak of the knobs, is between a selected optimal range of heights, and the distance between su ...


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Borges Nicomedes: Bone setting device. September 14, 1971: US3604414 (124 worldwide citation)

An osteosynthesis plate of two-piece construction having a toothed rack system to enable sliding movement of the two pieces in a direction to move the plate pieces in a direction to achieve the greatest approximation of a fractured bone to facilitate joining the fracture in the bone. The plates are ...


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David R Sarver, Barry L Eppley, Keith R D Alessio, William S Pietrzak, Thomas W Sander: Method and apparatus for securing adjacent bone portions. October 29, 1996: US05569250 (119 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible osteosynthesis plate operable for being enhanced in a substantially secured relation to a plurality of adjacent bone portions is provided. The biocompatible osteosynthesis plate includes an elongated section having a top face and a bottom face, at least one fastener opening disposed ...