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Theodore V Benderev, Timothy Charles Ryan: Systems for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, March 13, 2001: US06200330 (601 worldwide citation)

Devices for affixing sutures, grafts and tissues to bone, and soft tissue such as periosteum. In a first embodiment, the invention comprises a piton member implantable within bone having a post or eyelet formed thereon to which the suture or tissue may be attached. The piton member is designed to be ...


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Theodore V Benderev, Timothy C Ryan: Systems for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, February 5, 2008: US07326213 (288 worldwide citation)

Devices for affixing sutures, grafts and tissues to bone, and soft tissue such as periosteum. Such devices are designed to be deployed and selectively positioned at a target site and remain seated thereat. The devices are further provided with attachment structures for securing sutures, grafts, synt ...


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Theodore V Benderev, Timothy C Ryan: Systems for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum. Matthew A Newboles, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, June 10, 2004: US20040111100-A1

Devices for affixing sutures, grafts and tissues to bone, and soft tissue such as periosteum. Such devices are designed to be deployed and selectively positioned at a target site and remain seated thereat. The devices are further provided with attachment structures for securing sutures, grafts, synt ...


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Benderev Theodore V, Ryan Timothy Charles: Systems for securing sutures, grafts and soft tissue to bone and periosteum. Springboard Medical Ventures, STETINA BRUNDA GARRED 24221 Calle De La Louisa4th floorLaguna Hills CA 92653, June 2, 2000: WO/2000/030556

Devices for affixing sutures, grafts and tissues to bone, and soft tissues such as periosteum. In a first embodiment, the invention comprises a piton member (62) implantable within bone having a post or eyelet (64) formed thereon to which the suture or tissue may be attached. The piton member is des ...