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Michael L Boyer II, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes, Pennie & Edmonds, December 9, 2003: US06660038 (182 worldwide citation)

Skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end cap coupled to the other end of the central body. At least two of the central body, first end cap, and second end cap are formed from bone. Each ...


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Michael L Boyer II, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes, Jones Day, March 21, 2006: US07014659 (45 worldwide citation)

Skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end cap coupled to the other end of the central body. At least two of the central body, first end cap, and second end cap are formed from bone. Each ...


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Michael L Boyer II, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, January 6, 2009: US07473277 (26 worldwide citation)

Skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end cap coupled to the other end of the central body. At least two of the central body, first end cap, and second end cap are formed from bone. Each ...


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Michael L Boyer, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Pennie & Edmonds, December 27, 2001: US20010056302-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage. The skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end ca ...


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Boyer Michael L Ii, Paul David C, Higgins Thomas B: Multipiece implants formed of bone material. Synthes Usa, April 2, 2003: EP1296620-A2

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage. The skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end ca ...


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Michael L Boyer, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Jones Day, September 16, 2004: US20040181283-A1

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage. The skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end ca ...


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Michael L Boyer, David C Paul, Thomas B Higgins, Christopher M Angelucci: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes, Jones Day, June 15, 2006: US20060129241-A1

Skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end cap coupled to the other end of the central body. At least two of the central body, first end cap, and second end cap are formed from bone. Each ...


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Boyer Michael L Ii, Paul David C, Higgins Thomas B, Angelucci Christopher M: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes, Boyer Michael L Ii, Paul David C, Higgins Thomas B, Angelucci Christopher M, POISSANT Brian M, September 27, 2001: WO/2001/070139

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages (110) and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage (110). The skeletal reconstruction cages (110) include a central body (10) having first and second ends, a first end cap (70) coupled to one end of the centr ...


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Boyer Michael L Ii, Paul David C, Higgins Thomas B, Angelucci Christopher M: Skeletal reconstruction cages. Synthes Usa, December 18, 2002: EP1265557-A2

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage. The skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end ca ...


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Boyer Michael L Ii, Paul David C, Higgins Thomas B, Angelucci Christopher M, Messerli Dominique D, Kobayashi Kenneth I: Plugs for filling bony defects. Synthes Usa, December 18, 2002: EP1265555-A2

The present invention relates to skeletal reconstruction cages and a method of providing variable fit for a skeletal reconstruction cage. The skeletal reconstruction cages include a central body having first and second ends, a first end cap coupled to one end of the central body, and a second end ca ...