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Gary K Michelson: Threaded spinal implant. Lewis Anten, May 14, 1991: US05015247 (1053 worldwide citation)

An artificial spinal implant is disclosed which when placed between two adjacent vertebrae directly participates and is incorporated in the ensuing fusion. Instrumentation and procedure is also disclosed.


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Stephen D Kuslich, James D Corin, George W Bagby: Non-threaded spinal implant. Spine Tech, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, October 17, 1995: US05458638 (510 worldwide citation)

An implant is disclosed for use in spinal stabilization. In one preferred embodiment, the implant is a body having side walls extending between upper and lower walls with openings on the upper and lower walls. The side walls are solid and oppose disk material.


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Threaded spinal implant. Martin & Ferraro, July 24, 2001: US06264656 (255 worldwide citation)

An artificial spinal implant is disclosed which when place between two adjacent vertebrae directly participates and is incorporated in the insuing fusion. Instrumentation and procedure is also disclosed.


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Gary Karlin Michelson: Threaded spinal implant. Martin & Ferraro, November 21, 2000: US06149650 (105 worldwide citation)

An artificial spinal implant is disclosed which when placed between two adjacent vertebrae directly participates and is incorporated in the ensuing fusion. Instrumentation and procedure is also disclosed.


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Stephen D Kuslich, James Donald Corin, George W Bagby: Threaded spinal implant with bone ingrowth openings. Sulzer Spine Tech, Merchant & Gould P C, September 11, 2001: US06287343 (90 worldwide citation)

An implant is disclosed for use in spinal stabilization. In one preferred embodiment, the implant is described as including a hollow, cylindrical body having external threading and a plurality of openings formed radially through the body in communication with the body interior. The holes are positio ...


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Stephen D Kuslich, James Donald Corin, George W Bagby: Threaded spinal implant with convex trailing surface. Sulzer Spine Tech, Merchant & Gould P C, May 21, 2002: US06391058 (89 worldwide citation)

An implant is disclosed for use in spinal stabilization. In one preferred embodiment, the implant is described as including a hollow, cylindrical body having external threading and a plurality of openings formed radially through the body in communication with the body interior. The holes are positio ...


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Stephen D Kuslich, James D Corin, George W Bagby: Threaded spinal implant with bone ingrowth openings. Sulzer Spine Tech, Merchant & Gould P C, November 21, 2000: US06149686 (88 worldwide citation)

An implant is disclosed for use in spinal stabilization. In one preferred embodiment, the implant is described as including a hollow, cylindrical body having external threading and a plurality of openings formed radially through the body in communication with the body interior. The holes are positio ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Threaded spinal implant.. Michelson Gary K, April 3, 1991: EP0419564-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

An artificial spinal implant is disclosed which when placed between two adjacent vertebrae directly participates and is incorporated in the ensuing fusion. Instrumentation and procedure is also disclosed.


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Gary R McLuen, Daniel R Baker, Benjamin J Remington: Bone fusion device. Neuropro Technologies, Haverstock & Owens, January 3, 2017: US09532883 (4 worldwide citation)

A bone fusion device for insertion between bones that are to be fused together, such as, for example, the vertebrae of a spinal column. The bone fusion device comprises at least one extendable tab and one or more tab extension assemblies. Each tab extension assembly is able to be adjusted in order t ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Implant medullaire filete, Threaded spinal implant. Warsaw Orthopedic, SMART & BIGGAR, November 15, 1994: CA1332999 (1 worldwide citation)

An artificial spinal implant is disclosed which whenplaced between two adjacent vertebrae directly participates and isincorporated in the ensuing fusion. Instrumentation and procedureis also disclosed. The implant of the present invention consistsof a generally cylindrical member having a series of ...