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Terrance Matzuk: Tissue signature tracking tranceiver. Dymax Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, April 29, 1986: US04584880 (106 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound tranceiver providing enhanced imaging by selective filtering of the received signal to provide a variable frequency, constant bandwidth filtering of the received echo signals. The resulting signals are then detected to produce a signal, which when displayed, has a reduced number of fal ...


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Jerome K Wolfe: Needle guide. Dymax Corporation, Ansel M Schwartz, August 17, 1993: US05235987 (100 worldwide citation)

A one-piece needle guide for use with a medical ultrasonic scanning apparatus to guide a needle. The needle guide includes a body which is adapted to be releasably secured to the scanning apparatus. A tubular channel extends the length of the body on its upper surface. The channel is for engaging an ...


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Terrance Matzuk: Concentric biopsy probe. Dymax Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, June 9, 1987: US04671292 (79 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound imaging probe suitable for concentric on-axis biopsy procedures. The probe according to the present invention includes an aperture through which a biopsy needle is inserted to sample a target tissue previously located by the ultrasound probe. In operation, the ultrasonic probe is first ...


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Terrance Matzuk: Ultrasonic transducer and integral drive circuit therefor. Dymax Corporation, Robert D Yeager, Andrew J Cornelius, August 23, 1983: US04399703 (56 worldwide citation)

A real-time ultrasonic transducer for use in a scanning system and a novel drive circuit therefor are provided. The transducer includes a housing and a transducer assembly mounted therein for movement in a predetermined manner. An electromagnet causes the transducer assembly to move in such a predet ...


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Andrew G Bachmann, Robert F Bickley: Adhesive system utilizing metal ion-containing activator. Dymax Corporation, Ira S Dorman, October 16, 1990: US04963220 (36 worldwide citation)

A composition providing a two-part adhesive consists of an acrylate monomer and perester catalyst, comprising the polymerizable part, and a ferric ion-accelerated butyraldehyde/aniline activator comprising the other.


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Terrance Matzuk: Ultrasound transducer and drive system. Dymax Corporation, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, October 30, 1984: US04479388 (27 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound probe includes an acoustical mirror that deflects an ultrasound beam generated by an ultrasound crystal toward an object under examination. The probe includes a thin flat motor whose rotor is controlled by a control system. The control system creates commutating signals that are applie ...


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Terrance Matzuk: Ultrasonic scanning transducer. Dymax Corporation, Robert D Yeager, Andrew J Cornelius, August 16, 1983: US04398425 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an ultrasonic scanning transducer for use in an ultrasonic scanning system that examines an object by directing a series of ultrasonic waves into the object, receiving electrical signals related to the echoes generated by the ultrasonic waves when they strike acoustica ...


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Stephen E Cantor: Composition exhibiting improved fluorescent response. Dymax Corporation, Ira S Dorman, June 27, 2000: US06080450 (20 worldwide citation)

The use of a phosphine oxide photoinitiator enables the effective curing of a polymerizable acrylate formulation despite the incorporation of a high concentration of a fluorescing agent, thereby facilitating, and enhancing the efficiency of, evaluation of the cured deposit utilizing its fluorescent ...


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Andrew G Bachmann, James M Hillman: Bonding method using photocurable acrylate adhesive containing perester/tautomeric acid adhesion promoter. Dymax Corporation, Ira S Dorman, October 23, 1990: US04964938 (19 worldwide citation)

A reactive acrylic adhesive, activated by actinic radiation includes, in addition to a photoinitiator, at least about 1.0 percent by weight of a perester compound or cumene hydroperoxide, and 0.5 percent of a tautomeric organic acid, for enhanced bond strength.


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Andrew G Bachmann, Stephen E Cantor: Coating method using actinic radiation-curable formulation. Dymax Corporation, Ira S Dorman, September 30, 1997: US05672393 (17 worldwide citation)

An acrylate encapsulation formulation reacts at a high rate of speed, when exposed to radiation inclusive of wave-lengths in the ultraviolet and the visible range, to initially produce a relatively thick skin and to ultimately cure to a relatively low-stress deposit having good physical definition a ...