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Elkins Lisa, Williams Ronald: Subdermal cryogenic remodeling. Myoscience, Elkins Lisa, Williams Ronald, BARRISH Mark D, November 30, 2006: WO/2006/127467 (50 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods treat cosmetic defects, and often apply cooling with at least one tissue-penetrating probe inserted through of the skin of a patient. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissue so as to effect a desired change in a composition of the target tissue and/or a change ...


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Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Subdermal cryogenic remodeling of muscles, nerves, connective tissue, and/or adipose tissue (fat). Myoscience, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 11, 2010: US07713266 (41 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods treat cosmetic defects, and often apply cooling with at least one tissue-penetrating probe inserted through of the skin of a patient. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissue so as to effect a desired change in a composition of the target tissue and/or a change ...


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Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Subdermal cryogenic remodeling of muscles, nerves, connective tissue, and/or adipose tissue (fat). Myoscience, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 14, 2010: US07850683 (38 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods treat cosmetic defects, and often apply cooling with at least one tissue-penetrating probe inserted through of the skin of a patient. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissue so as to effect a desired change in a composition of the target tissue and/or a change ...


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Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Subdermal cryogenic remodeling of muscles, nerves, connective tissue, and/or adipose tissue (fat). MyoScience, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, August 16, 2011: US07998137 (21 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods treat cosmetic defects, and often apply cooling with at least one tissue-penetrating probe inserted through of the skin of a patient. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissue so as to effect a desired change in a composition of the target tissue and/or a change ...


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Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Subdermal cryogenic remodeling of muscles, nerves, connective tissue, and/or adipose tissue (fat). MyoScience, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 4, 2011: US07862558 (18 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods treat cosmetic defects, and often apply cooling with at least one tissue-penetrating probe inserted through of the skin of a patient. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissue so as to effect a desired change in a composition of the target tissue and/or a change ...


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Burger Keith, Elkins Lisa, Williams Ronald: Pain management using cryogenic remodeling. Myoscience, Burger Keith, Elkins Lisa, Williams Ronald, BARRISH Mark D, May 22, 2009: WO/2009/065061 (14 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems, and methods for pain management and other applications may apply cooling with at least one probe inserted through an exposed skin surface of skin. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissues so as to effect a desired change in composition of the target tissue and/or ...


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Keith Burger, Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Pain management using cryogenic remodeling. MyoScience, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, October 30, 2012: US08298216 (13 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems, and methods for pain management and other applications may apply cooling with at least one probe inserted through an exposed skin surface of skin. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissues so as to effect a desired change in composition of the target tissue and/or ...


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Keith Burger, Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Replaceable and/or easily removable needle systems for dermal and transdermal cryogenic remodeling. Myoscience, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, April 2, 2013: US08409185 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally provides improved medical devices, systems, and methods. Embodiments may be particularly well suited for the treatment of dermatological and/or cosmetic defects, and alternative embodiments may be configured for treatment of a wide range of target tissues. Some embodi ...


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Keith Burger, Lisa Elkins, Ronald Williams: Pain management using cryogenic remodeling. MyoScience, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 6, 2014: US08715275 (12 worldwide citation)

Medical devices, systems, and methods for pain management and other applications may apply cooling with at least one probe inserted through an exposed skin surface of skin. The cooling may remodel one or more target tissues so as to effect a desired change in composition of the target tissue and/or ...


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FOURKAS MICHAEL: Integrated cryosurgical system with refrigerant and electrical power source. MYOSCIENCE, Portnow Douglas, July 1, 2010: WO/2010/075438 (11 worldwide citation)

A system for treating tissue in a patient includes a body having a cooling fluid supply path and a tissue piercing probe in fluid communication with the cooling fluid supply path. The probe extends distally from the body and is insertable into the tissue through the patient's skin. A cooling fluid s ...



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