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Dennis McDevitt: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, July 1, 1997: US05643321 (316 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly is described which includes an elongated insertion stem and an approximately cylindrical anchoring element having an axial channel for receiving the insertion stem. In its nonexpended state, the anchoring element can be placed into a pre-filled opening in a bone. An expander ...


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Dennis McDevitt: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, July 22, 1997: US05649963 (280 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly is described which includes an elongated insertion stem and an approximately cylindrical anchoring dement having an axial channel for receiving the insertion stem. In its nonexpended state, the anchoring dement can be placed into a pre-drilled opening in a bone. An expander ...


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Dennis McDevitt, John Rice: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, September 29, 1998: US05814071 (236 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly is described which includes an elongated insertion stem and an approximately cylindrical anchoring element having an axial channel for receiving the insertion stem. In its nonexpanded state, the anchoring element can be placed into a pre-drilled opening in a bone. An expande ...


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Dennis McDevitt: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, Choate Hall & Stewart, August 25, 1998: US05797963 (143 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly is described which includes an elongated insertion stem and an approximately cylindrical anchoring element having an axial channel for receiving the insertion stem. In its nonexpended state, the anchoring element can be placed into a pre-drilled opening in a bone. An expande ...


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Mcdevitt Dennis, Rice John: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, October 27, 1999: EP0951238-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly (10) is described which includes an elongated insertion stem (12), and an approximately cylindrical anchoring element (20) having an axial channel (26) for receiving the insertion stem (12). In its non-expanded state, the anchoring element (20) can be placed into a pre-drill ...


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Mcdevitt Dennis: Suture anchor assembly and methods. Innovasive Devices, November 5, 1997: EP0804124-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly is described which includes an elongated insertion stem and an approximately cylindrical anchoring element having an axial channel for receiving the insertion stem. In its nonexpended state, the anchoring element can be placed into a pre-drilled opening in a bone. An expande ...


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Lonnie Paulos: Suture anchoring assemblies and methods of use. John Brooks Law, John J Brooks III, November 8, 2011: US08052719 (3 worldwide citation)

A suture anchor assembly and methods of use will now are disclosed for the repair of human or animal tissue defects. The suture anchor assembly is capable of being inserted into a tissue or bone while also being able to create an expanded profile when subjected to a retrograde force. This expanded p ...


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Mark Edwin Housman: Suture anchor assembly with slip fit tip. Smith & Nephew, Norman F Hainer Jr, March 27, 2018: US09924935

A suture anchor assembly including a suture anchor that incorporates a harder distal tip with a softer proximal body. The tip and body of the suture anchor are connected via a threaded plug, which also serves to connect the suture anchor to an inserter.


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Lonnie E Paulos: Suture anchoring assemblies and methods of use. THE LONNIE AND SHANNON PAULOS TRUST, John Brooks Law, John J Brooks III, September 20, 2016: US09445804

A suture anchor assembly and methods of use will now are disclosed for the repair of human or animal tissue defects. The suture anchor assembly is capable of being inserted into a tissue or bone while also being able to create an expanded profile when subjected to a retrograde force. This expanded p ...


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Lonnie E Paulos: Suture anchoring assemblies and methods of use. John J Brooks III, John Brooks Law, August 20, 2013: US08512377

A suture anchor assembly and methods of use will now are disclosed for the repair of human or animal tissue defects. The suture anchor assembly is capable of being inserted into a tissue or bone while also being able to create an expanded profile when subjected to a retrograde force. This expanded p ...