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    US 09/714927 2000-11-17
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    US 6613051 2003-09-02
 
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Granted Patent: Anterior Transpedicular Fixation System And Method For Maintaining A Vertebral Column
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TitleAnterior Transpedicular Fixation System And Method For Maintaining A Vertebral Column
 
Granted PatentUS 6613051
 
Granted Date2003-09-02
 
Priority Date2000-11-17 US 09/714927
1999-11-17 US 09/165971P
 
InventorsLuk, Keith Dip Kei
Lu, William Weijia
Lu, Duo Sai
 
Issue Date2003
 
CitationUS Patent 6613051. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2003 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractThe Present Invention Relates To An Internal Anterior Transpedicular Fixation System And A Method For Rigidly Fixing The Spine Anteriorly At The Level Above And Below A Thoracolumbar Burst Fracture Or Tumor. The Internal Anterior Transpedicular Fixation System Has A Support Member Defining A Plurality Of Engaging Portions Thereon. At Least Two Of The Engaging Portions Are Spaced Longitudinally From Each Other And Adapted To Span At Least One Verteba. At Least Two Of The Engaging Portions Are Spaced Laterally From Each Other And Adapted To Span A Lateral Distance Of The Verteba. A Plurality Of Fixation Elements Are Provided To Mount The Engaging Portions Onto The Verteba. Thereby, The Support Member Is Restrained From Rotational Or Translational Movement Relative To The Verteba.
 
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EP 0574098 (A1) 1993-12-15
 
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dc.contributor.inventorLu, Duo Sai
 
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dc.description.abstractThe Present Invention Relates To An Internal Anterior Transpedicular Fixation System And A Method For Rigidly Fixing The Spine Anteriorly At The Level Above And Below A Thoracolumbar Burst Fracture Or Tumor. The Internal Anterior Transpedicular Fixation System Has A Support Member Defining A Plurality Of Engaging Portions Thereon. At Least Two Of The Engaging Portions Are Spaced Longitudinally From Each Other And Adapted To Span At Least One Verteba. At Least Two Of The Engaging Portions Are Spaced Laterally From Each Other And Adapted To Span A Lateral Distance Of The Verteba. A Plurality Of Fixation Elements Are Provided To Mount The Engaging Portions Onto The Verteba. Thereby, The Support Member Is Restrained From Rotational Or Translational Movement Relative To The Verteba.
 
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