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Kelman Charles D, Devore Dale P: Human collagen processing and autoimplant use.. Kelman Charles D M D, Devore Dale P, August 30, 1989: EP0330389-A2 (35 worldwide citation)

Production of a chemically modified, crosslinkable, telopeptide-containing, naturally crosslinked, solubilized collagen from tissue obtained from a sole human donor, for implanting in the same donor, by chemically modifying the tissue, e.g. by acylation and/or esterification, to form an autoimplanta ...


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Kelman Charles D: Intraocular lens having glare-inhibiting means.. Kelman Charles D, November 25, 1987: EP0246754-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens having a lens body having a positioning opening (30) therein adapted to receive the working tip of a surgical instrument used to manipulate the lens for seating in the eye. The opening is in the form of a blind bore, the bottom wall surface of which is masked by being frosted or ...


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Kelman Charles D M D: Intraocular lens assembly. Kelman Charles D M D, October 4, 2001: EP1138282-A1 (15 worldwide citation)

A two-piece intraocular lens assembly to be implanted within an eye through a minimum size incision into the eye includes a lens optic (10) and a frame assembly (20). The lens optic is flexible and includes radially directed tabs (16) extending from its peripheral edge. The frame assembly, according ...


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Kelman Charles D M D: Intraocular lens injector.. Kelman Charles D M D, December 23, 1992: EP0519282-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

An injector head (2) forming a hollow cone (3) of spreadable leaves (6) is partially inserted into a minimum size eye incision to inject a temporarily folded intraocular lens (11) into the eye without stressing the incision. An injector device (21) having a holder (22) with a bore (26) holding the l ...


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Kelman Charles D: Intraocular lens with multiple-fulcrum haptic.. Kelman Charles D, August 17, 1988: EP0278724-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens (10) for implantation within an eye after cataract surgery. The intraocular lens has a haptic (16) having an elongated gently curving seating portion (16b) having a free end (16c) and a weakened (F2) portion about which such seating portion pivots. The weakened portion (F2,X,Y,Z) ...


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Kelman Charles D: Intraocular lens.. Kelman Charles D, September 19, 1984: EP0118985-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens (10) suitable for use in the posterior chamber of a human eye with position-fixation legs (12, 13) suitable for individually making contact with the ciliary sulcus of the eye at two spaced points (20, 14 and 21, 16) thereof. The legs preferably are of polymethylmethacrylate with ...