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Banko Anton: Apparatus for removing blood clots, cataracts and other objects from the eye. Surgical Design, May 15, 1973: US3732858 (391 worldwide citation)

The invention deals with surgical instrumentation for the removal of generally foreign objects from the eye, including blood clots and the lens of the eye, by inserting a pair of jaws for engaging the object and removing portions thereof as required by movement of the jaws relative to each other.


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Anton Banko: Rotatable surgical instrument. Surgical Design Corporation, Darby & Darby, March 23, 1976: US03945375 (362 worldwide citation)

An instrument for removing tissue including a rotatable fluted cutter member housed in a probe adapted to be inserted into a portion of a body from which tissue is to be removed. The instrument can supply irrigation fluid through the probe to the area being operated upon and evacuate the material th ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for patella resection and guide handle. Hudson Surgical Design, Wolff & Samson, May 2, 2000: US06056754 (323 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for cutting bone. In one embodiment, a femur is resected by means of pattern plates having a cutting path with at least two continuous, non-coplanar guide surfaces. The cutting path has a similar profile to the interior profile of a femoral prosthesis. The cutting ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for femoral resection alignment. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, January 28, 1997: US05597379 (294 worldwide citation)

The apparatus of the present invention includes a number of components including a guide body component, an extension block component, a rotating arm component, an extension rod component, and a tibial referencing component. The guide body component contacts the distal-most surface of the femur. Its ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Prosthetic implant. Hudson Surgical Design, Wolff & Samson, March 6, 2001: US06197064 (275 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for which has an outer bearing surface and an inner attachment surface. The outer bearing surface functions as ajoint contact surface for a reconstructed bone joint. The inner attachment surface contacts a bone and is attached thereto. The inner attachment surface of the impla ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Prosthetic implant. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, May 26, 1998: US05755803 (236 worldwide citation)

An implant is provided for which has an outer bearing surface and an inner attachment surface. The outer bearing surface functions as a joint contact surface for a reconstructed bone joint. The inner attachment surface contacts a bone and is attached thereto. The inner attachment surface of the impl ...


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Banko Anton: Ultrasonic surgical instrument. Surgical Design, Darby & Darby, April 23, 1974: US3805787 (210 worldwide citation)

Surgical instrument using ultrasonic energy which are to operate upon tissue including arrangements for shielding ultrasonic transducer probe to prevent energy from being radiated into unwanted areas which also include provisions for applying irrigation fluid and/or suction pressure to desired locat ...


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Timothy G Haines, David B Goldstein: Method and apparatus for bony material removal. Hudson Surgical Design, Friscia & Nussbaum, September 22, 1998: US05810827 (208 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus is provided for cutting bone. In one embodiment, a femur is resected by means of pattern plates having a cutting path with at least two continuous, non-coplanar guide surfaces. The cutting path has a similar profile to the interior profile of a femoral prosthesis. The cutting ...


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Anton Banko: Rotatable surgical cutting instrument with improved cutter blade wear. Surgical Design, Darby & Darby, September 18, 1979: US04167944 (191 worldwide citation)

A cutter body for a surgical instrument having at least one blade surface thereon which rotates relative to a fixed blade surface. The cutter body is shaped to minimize the stress and wear of the rotatable cutter blade.


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Anton Banko: Surgical instrument employing cutter means. Surgical Design Corporation, Darby & Darby, February 10, 1976: US03937222 (189 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument including a cutter for removing objects from the body of a human or animal in vivo, such as the lens in the eye, in which a rotatable cutter is used having a shield through which irrigation fluid is applied to the eye and also through which material severed from the object can ...