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Gary Karlin Michelson: Translateral spinal implant. Lewis Anten Esq, Amedeo Ferraro Esq, January 19, 1999: US05860973 (584 worldwide citation)

An oversized spinal implant for translateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The translateral implant of the present invention has a height that is grea ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Translateral spinal implant. Michelson Gary K, April 16, 2003: EP1302182-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A spinal implant is adapted for translateral insertion into a disc space between two vertebrae. The implant has a mid-longitudinal axis and opposed arcuate portions for engaging each of the adjacent vertebral bodies. A maximum cross sectional dimension transverse to the mid-longitudinal axis is in a ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Translateral spinal implant. Michelson Gary K, April 22, 1998: EP0836455-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

An oversized spinal implant for translateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The translateral implant of the present invention has a height that is grea ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Arthrodese translateral du rachis, Translateral spinal implant. Michelson Gary Karlin, Warsaw Orthopedic, SMART & BIGGAR, December 19, 1996: CA2223929

This invention is an oversized spinal implant (100) for trans-lateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae, a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae, and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The trans-lateral implant of the present inventi ...


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Gary K Michelson: Translateral spinal implant. Gary K Michelson, liu zhibeng, August 19, 1998: CN96195587

An oversized spinal implant for translateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The translateral implant of the present invention has a height that is grea ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Translateral spinal implant. Michelson Gary Karlin, SCHELLIN Eric P, December 19, 1996: WO/1996/039988

This invention is an oversized spinal implant (100) for trans-lateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae, a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae, and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The trans-lateral implant of the present inventi ...


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Michelson Gary Karlin: Translateral spinal implant. Michelson Gary K, liu zhibeng, August 17, 2005: CN200410064486

An oversized spinal implant for translateral insertion into the disc space between two vertebrae a length that is greater than one half of the transverse width of the vertebrae and is greater than the depth of the vertebrae. The translateral implant of the present invention has a height that is grea ...


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