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Kevin T Stone: Soft tissue conduit device and method. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, November 27, 2012: US08317825 (71 worldwide citation)

A method of conducting biological materials in soft tissue includes inserting an elongated conduit device into the soft tissue and through a defect in the soft tissue, and conducting biological materials along at least one longitudinal channel defined on an outer surface of the conduit device into t ...


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Kevin T Stone, Michael D Leach: Soft tissue conduit device. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey, April 7, 2015: US08998949 (38 worldwide citation)

A method of conducting biological materials to soft tissue. The method includes loading a conduit device onto a delivery shaft of an inserter, inserting at least a portion of the delivery shaft into soft tissue, expelling the conduit device from the delivery shaft into the tissue, and delivering bio ...


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Kevin T Stone, Michael D Leach: Soft tissue conduit device. Arthrotek, Harness Dickey & Pierce, December 14, 2006: US20060282085-A1

A method of conducting biological materials to soft tissue. The method includes loading a conduit device onto a delivery shaft of an inserter, inserting at least a portion of the delivery shaft into soft tissue, expelling the conduit device from the delivery shaft into the tissue, and delivering bio ...


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Kevin T Stone: Soft tissue conduit device. Arthrotek, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 24, 2006: US20060189993-A1

A soft tissue conduit device. The device includes an elongated body having an outer surface, the elongated body defining a plurality of longitudinal external channels, each longitudinal channel defining a conduit open to the outer surface of the elongated body, each conduit operable to conduct a bio ...


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Kevin T Stone: Soft tissue conduit device and method. Biomet Sports Medicine, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 30, 2009: US20090192468-A1

A method of conducting biological materials in soft tissue includes inserting an elongated conduit device into the soft tissue and through a defect in the soft tissue, and conducting biological materials along at least one longitudinal channel defined on an outer surface of the conduit device into t ...