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Laurence M McKinley: System and method for spinal fusion. Aeolin, Kauth Pomeroy Peck & Bailey, September 21, 2010: US07799081 (199 worldwide citation)

The current invention is directed to a system and method for fusing two adjacent vertebrae. In one embodiment, the vertebrae are fused by inserting a self-broaching interbody apparatus into a disc space without the need for separately drilling and broaching. The self-broaching interbody apparatus ma ...


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. Nuvasive, Nuvasive, Jonathan Spangler, April 5, 2011: US07918891 (91 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson, Luiz Pimenta: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, November 5, 2013: US08574301 (37 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, January 29, 2013: US08361156 (36 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, May 29, 2012: US08187334 (36 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, August 21, 2012: US08246686 (34 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson, Luiz Pimenta: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, December 17, 2013: US08608804 (30 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Matthew Curran, Mark Peterson, Luiz Pimenta: Systems and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, August 26, 2014: US08814940 (15 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites.


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Luiz Pimenta, Jared Arambula, Benjamin VerHage, Troy Woolley, Patrick Miles: System and methods for spinal fusion. NuVasive, Fish & Richardson P C, March 18, 2014: US08673005 (9 worldwide citation)

A system and method for spinal fusion comprising a spinal fusion implant of non-bone construction releasably coupled to an insertion instrument dimensioned to introduce the spinal fusion implant into any of a variety of spinal target sites, in particular into the thoracic region of the spine.


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Laurence M McKinley: System and method for spinal fusion. Aeolin, KPPB, October 22, 2013: US08562683 (7 worldwide citation)

The current invention is directed to a system and method for fusing two adjacent vertebrae. In one embodiment, the vertebrae are fused by inserting a self-broaching interbody apparatus into a disc space without the need for separately drilling and broaching. The self-broaching interbody apparatus ma ...