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Philip E Eggers, Eric A Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Interstitial cauterization of tissue volumes with electrosurgically deployed electrodes. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, September 11, 2001: US06287304 (340 worldwide citation)

Apparatus system and method for cauterizing a volume of tissue wherein electrode assemblies are deployed from the forward end region of an instrument in conjunction with an electrosurgical cutting activity. Upon deployment to one or more deployed orientations, the electrodes assemblies are made biac ...


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Philip E Eggers, Ascher Shmulewitz, Peter A Crosby: Methods and apparatus for therapeutic cauterization of predetermined volumes of biological tissue. Neothermia Corporation, Nicola A Pisano, Fish & Neave, August 22, 2000: US06106524 (258 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for cauterizing predetermined volumes of abnormal biological tissue using a user selectable or adjustable energy applicator including two or more electrodes having electrode parameters configured cause cauterization of predetermined volumes when operated in a bipol ...


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Philip E Eggers, Andrew R Eggers, Eric A Eggers, John Kociecki: Electrosurgical generator. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, May 25, 2004: US06740079 (232 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator which provides a constant voltage and variable power output particularly suited for cutting arc formation at an active electrode which exhibits a dynamic active surface area of varying geometry. Essentially constant voltage-based control is achieved through the utilizati ...


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Philip E Eggers, John Kociecki, Mark A Mayerchak: Electrosurgical generator. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, August 2, 2005: US06923804 (226 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical generator which provides a constant power output particularly suited for cutting arc formation at an active electrode which exhibits a dynamic active surface area of varying geometry. Essentially constant power-based control is achieved through the utilization of a d.c. link volta ...


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Philip E Eggers, Eric A Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Accurate cutting about and into tissue volumes with electrosurgically deployed electrodes. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, February 4, 2003: US06514248 (207 worldwide citation)

Method, system and apparatus for carrying out accurate electrosurgical cutting. A thin resilient electrode is utilized at the forward end region of an instrument which is deployable from a longitudinally disposed slot positioned rearwardly of the tip of the instrument. Lateral sides of the slot exte ...


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Philip E Eggers, Andrew R Eggers, Eric A Eggers, John Kociecki: Minimally invasive intact recovery of tissue. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, October 29, 2002: US06471659 (193 worldwide citation)

System, method and apparatus for carrying out the recovery of an intact volume of tissue wherein a delivery cannula distal end is positioned in confronting adjacency with the volume of tissue to be recovered. A capture component formed of a plurality of metal leafs is deployed from the distal end of ...


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Philip E Eggers, Ascher Shmulewitz: Apparatus and method for characterization and treatment of tumors. NeoThermia Corporation, Nicola A Pisano, Fish & Neave, July 27, 1999: US05928159 (169 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are provided for performing an in situ characterization of a tissue mass which may be normal, malignant, or benign, and, based on the measured characteristics of the tissue mass, therapeutically treating the tissue mass to cause necrosis of the tissue. In an illustrative prefer ...


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Philip E Eggers, Eric A Eggers, Andrew R Eggers: Minimally invasive intact recovery of tissue. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, August 21, 2001: US06277083 (119 worldwide citation)

System, method and apparatus for carrying out the recovery of an intact volume of tissue wherein a delivery cannula distal end is positioned in confronting adjacency with the volume of tissue to be recovered. An expandable metal capture component is expressed from the distal end of the cannula to ex ...


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Philip E Eggers, Michael W Jopling: Electrosurgery with infiltration anesthesia. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, February 28, 2006: US07004174 (117 worldwide citation)

Method for carrying out the recovery of an intact volume of tissue wherein a delivery cannula tip is positioned in confronting adjacency with the volume of tissue to be recovered. The electrosurgical generator employed to form an arc at a capture component extending from the tip is configured having ...


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Philip E Eggers, Ascher Shmulewitz: Methods and apparatus for therapeutic cauterization of predetermined volumes of biological tissue. Neothermia Corporation, Mueller and Smith LPA, November 6, 2001: US06312428 (97 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for cauterizing predetermined volumes of abnormal biological tissue using a user selectable or adjustable energy applicator including two or more electrodes having electrode parameters configured cause cauterization of predetermined volumes when operated in a bipol ...