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Leonard Pinchuk: Radially expandable endoprosthesis and the like. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, May 28, 1991: US05019090 (771 worldwide citation)

Radially expandable endoprostheses or stents are provided, as well as their method of manufacture. These stents include a plurality of adjacent generally circumferential sections that are substantially axially positioned with respect to each other. At least one of the generally circumferential secti ...


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Leonard Pinchuk: Endovascular stent with locking ring. Corvita Corporation, David P Gordon, November 19, 1996: US05575818 (533 worldwide citation)

A tubular stent is provided with a braided structure having a body portion and an end portion, where the end portion has a higher pitch angle than the body portion, thereby forming a locking ring. If desired, a second locking ring can be provided at a second end portion of the stent. The locking rin ...


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Jean Pierre Georges Emile Dereume, David C MacGregor, Leonard Pinchuk: Expandable supportive endoluminal grafts. Corvita Corporation, Ratner & Prestia, December 26, 2000: US06165212 (462 worldwide citation)

An endoluminal graft which is both expandable and supportive is provided either in a longitudinal form or in a bifurcated form. The graft expands between a first diameter and a second, larger diameter. The support component is an expandable stent endoprosthesis. A cover, liner, or a liner, or both a ...


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Jean Pierre Georges Emile Dereume, David C MacGregor, Leonard Pinchuk: Expandable supportive bifurcated endoluminal grafts. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, June 17, 1997: US05639278 (449 worldwide citation)

An endoluminal graft which is both expandable and supportive is provided in a form suitable for use in a bifurcated body vessel location. The graft expands between a first diameter and a second, larger diameter. The support component is an expandable stent endoprosthesis. A cover, a liner, or both a ...


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Rysler Alcime, Yasushi Kato, Leonard Pinchuk: Expandable supportive branched endoluminal grafts. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, May 27, 1997: US05632772 (404 worldwide citation)

An endoluminal graft which is both expandable and supportive is provided in a form suitable for use in a branched body vessel location. The graft expands between a first diameter and a second, larger diameter. The support component is an expandable stent endoprosthesis. A liner is applied to the end ...


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Leonard Pinchuk: Radially expandable endoprosthesis. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex Fitzgibbon & Cummings, March 3, 1992: US05092877 (382 worldwide citation)

Radially expandable endoprostheses or stents are provided, as well as their method of manufacture. These stents include a plurality of adjacent generally circumferential sections that are substantially axially positioned with respect to each other. At least one of the generally circumferential secti ...


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Leonard Pinchuk: Self-expanding endoluminal stent-graft. Corvita Corporation, David P Gordon, May 13, 1997: US05628788 (375 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding endoluminal stent-graft includes a conventional wire stent and a tubular deformable material constructed of filaments and having a density and geometry such that when ends of the tubular material are pulled apart, the diameter of the tubular material decreases to one half to one ten ...


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Leonard Pinchuk: Method of making a radially expandable prosthesis. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, July 13, 1993: US05226913 (349 worldwide citation)

Radially expandable endoprostheses or stents are provided, as well as their method of manufacture. These stents include a plurality of adjacent generally circumferential sections that are substantially axially positioned with respect to each other. At least one of the generally circumferential secti ...


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Norman R Weldon, David C MacGregor: Reinforced graft assembly. Corvita Corporation, Lockwood Alex FitzGibbon & Cummings, January 28, 1992: US05084065 (323 worldwide citation)

A reinforced graft assembly made from a vascular graft component and a reinforcing sleeve component. The reinforcing sleeve component may include one or more layers. The diameter of the inner surface of the most internal layer of the reinforcing sleeve component is approximately equal to or larger t ...


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Noureddine Frid: Self-expanding stent for a medical device to be introduced into a cavity of a body. Corvita Corporation, David P Gordon, April 21, 1998: US05741333 (321 worldwide citation)

A self-expanding stent is provided for introduction into a cavity of a human body. The stent has a tubular body which is radially expansible and axially retractable between a working state and a resting state. The tubular body has first and second plaited filaments which provide a middle portion of ...