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Gholam A Peyman: Adjustable inlay with multizone polymerization. Minu L L C, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, February 21, 2006: US07001374 (64 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an inlay for correcting refractive error in an eye. The inlay includes a first portion having a first volume that remains substantially constant when exposed to an energy, and a second portion having a second volume that is adapted to change when exposed to the energ ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Adjustable universal implant blank for modifying corneal curvature and methods of modifying corneal curvature therewith. Minu L L C, Bell Boyd & Lloyd, Jeffrey J Howell, September 27, 2005: US06949093 (59 worldwide citation)

A method for correcting the refractive error in a cornea of an eye, including the steps of positioning an inlay on the surface of the cornea, the inlay having a first surface and a second surface, and the second surface being adjacent the surface of the cornea. Energy is applied to the inlay to abla ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Ablatable intracorneal inlay with predetermined refractive properties. Minu L L C, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman, March 9, 2004: US06702807 (35 worldwide citation)

A method of correcting the refractive error in a cornea of an eye, including forming a flap in the surface of the cornea, and moving the flap to expose first and second internal surfaces of the cornea. An implant is positioned adjacent the first internal surface, at least a portion of the implant ha ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Method and apparatus for alignment of intracorneal inlay. Minu L L C, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, September 7, 2004: US06786926 (29 worldwide citation)

A method of correcting refractive error in an eye, comprising the steps of marking at least one axis on the surface of the cornea. A portion of the cornea is then separated, forming a first anterior facing surface and a second posterior facing surface. An inlay having at least one axis indicated on ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Method of reshaping the cornea by controlled thermal delivery. Minu L L C, Bell Boyd & Lloyd PLLC, Jeffrey J Howell, July 19, 2005: US06918904 (18 worldwide citation)

A method of correcting the refractive error in the cornea of an eye. The cornea is heated, to loosen the molecules therein, thereby softening the cornea into a gelatinous material. The gelatinous material is then reshaped, so that it substantially conforms to a predetermined pattern, and cooled to m ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Process and composition for inducing posterior vitreous detachment. Minu L L C, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, May 11, 2004: US06733750 (13 worldwide citation)

A process for inducing posterior vitreous detachment and for dissolving blood clots in the vitreous introduces a composition into the ocular cavity of an eye of a subject. The composition includes plasminogen and a plasminogen activator enzyme in amounts sufficient to induce substantially complete p ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Process for generating plasmin in the vitreous of the eye and inducing separation of the posterior hyaloid from the retina. Minu L L C, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, May 31, 2005: US06899877 (11 worldwide citation)

A process for inhibiting vascular proliferation separately introduces components into the eye to generate plasmin in the eye in amounts to induce complete posterior vitreous detachment where the vitreoretinal interface is devoid of cortical vitreous remnants. The process administers a combination of ...


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Peyman Gholam A: Gradual correction of corneal refractive error using multiple inlays. Minu L L C, June 1, 2005: EP1534188-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

A system adapted to modify refractivity of a cornea of an eye, including a first component, and adapted to be implanted at a first depth in the cornea. A second component, separate from the first component, is adapted to be implanted at a second depth in the cornea at a position relative to the firs ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Topical composition. Minu L L C, Wood Herron & Evans L, May 29, 2007: US07223416 (4 worldwide citation)

A composition containing at least one NSAID formulated for topical administration to a mucous membrane and/or skin for prophylactic or symptomatic therapy. The composition may also contain an anti-irritant such as a non-nutritive sweetener, which improves compliance when applied to an oral or nasal ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Process and composition for temporarily suppressing pain. MINU L L C, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman L, April 27, 2004: US06726922 (4 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for suppressing pain and irritation of tissue uses an anti-irritant in an effective amount to suppress pain and irritation temporarily when applied topically to the skin, mucosa, or the eye. The anti-irritant is a natural or non-nutritive sweetener. The composition can conta ...