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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods. Abbott Spine, Beth A Vrioni, Michael L Woods, July 31, 2007: US07250052 (345 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Michael E Landry, Erik Wagner, Robert Jones, Charles Forton, Larry Khoo: Spinal stabilization systems and methods using minimally invasive surgical procedures. Abbott Spine, Baker Botts L, February 17, 2009: US07491218 (193 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods. Zimmer Spine Austin, Crompton Seager & Tufte, July 21, 2009: US07563264 (99 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods. Zimmer Spine, Crompton Seager & Tufte, April 6, 2010: US07691132 (92 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods using minimally invasive surgical procedures. Zimmer Spine, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, March 29, 2011: US07914558 (76 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods. Zimmer Spine, Seager Tufte Wickhem, October 11, 2011: US08034084 (59 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...


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Eric C Lange, Jonathan Dewey, Thomas Carls, Aurelien Bruneau, Kent M Anderson, Fred J Molz IV, Matthew M Morrison: Multi-directional spinal stabilization systems and methods. Warsaw Orthopedic, September 21, 2010: US07799060 (52 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for multi-directional stabilization of a spinal column segment are provided. The systems include one or more motion preserving constructs that are engaged to adjacent vertebrae and extend trans-axially between the vertebrae obliquely to the central axis of the spinal column. The ...


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Anne Drzyzga, William Frasier, Michael Zajack, Michael DeFusco, Connie Marchek, Nicholas Pavento, Ginger Boyer, Sara Dziedzic: Surgical retractor for use with minimally invasive spinal stabilization systems and methods of minimally invasive surgery. DePuy Spine, April 5, 2011: US07918792 (49 worldwide citation)

A surgical retractor for use with a spinal stabilization system including a plurality of bone anchors and a plurality of anchor extensions. The surgical retractor includes a frame positionable between a first anchor extension connected to a first bone anchor implanted in a first vertebra and a secon ...


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Aurelien Bruneau, Thomas Carls, Eric C Lange, Matthew M Morrison, Fred J Molz IV, Jonathan Dewey, Kent M Anderson: Multi-level multi-functional spinal stabilization systems and methods. Warsaw Orthopedic, November 9, 2010: US07828825 (43 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for multi-level, multi-functional stabilization of a spinal column segment are provided. The systems include one or more constructs having a motion preserving portion that permits motion of at least a portion of a vertebral level and a motion preventing portion that substantially ...


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Michael E Landry, Larry T Khoo, Erik J Wagner, Charles R Forton, Robert J Jones: Spinal stabilization systems and methods. Zimmer Spine, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, December 13, 2011: US08075592 (31 worldwide citation)

A spinal stabilization system may be formed in a patient. In some embodiments, a minimally invasive procedure may be used to form a spinal stabilization system in a patient. Bone fastener assemblies may be coupled to vertebrae. Each bone fastener assembly may include a bone fastener and a collar. Th ...