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Louis C Argenta, Michael J Morykwas: Wound treatment employing reduced pressure. Wake Forest University, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman P C, June 10, 1997: US05636643 (893 worldwide citation)

A method of treating tissue damage comprises applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachments. A wound treatment appar ...


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Louis C Argenta, Michael J Morykwas: Method of treating tissue damage and apparatus for same. Wake Forest University, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, July 8, 1997: US05645081 (855 worldwide citation)

The invention disclosed is a method of treating tissue damage comprising applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachme ...


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Louis C Argenta, Michael J Morykwas: Wound treatment employing reduced pressure. Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Niels Haun, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman PC, May 15, 2007: US07216651 (294 worldwide citation)

A method of treating tissue damage comprises applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachments. A wound treatment appar ...


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David J Vining: Method and system for producing interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs having hollow lumens to enable simulated movement through the lumen. Wake Forest University, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman P C, July 21, 1998: US05782762 (292 worldwide citation)

A method and system are provided for effecting interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs for purposes of medical observation and diagnosis. A series of CT images of the selected body organs are acquired. The series of CT images is stacked to form a three-dimensional volume fi ...


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David J Vining: Method and system for producing interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs having hollow lumens to enable simulated movement through the lumen. Wake Forest University, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman P C, July 4, 2000: US06083162 (244 worldwide citation)

A method and system are provided for effecting interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs for purposes of medical observation and diagnosis. A series of CT images of the selected body organs are acquired. The series of CT images is stacked to form a three-dimensional volume fi ...


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Louis C Argenta, Michael J Morykwas: Wound treatment employing reduced pressure. Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Niels Haun, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman PC, April 3, 2007: US07198046 (207 worldwide citation)

A method of treating tissue damage comprises applying a negative pressure to a wound sufficient in time and magnitude to promote tissue migration and thus facilitate closure of the wound. The method is applicable to wounds, burns, infected wounds, and live tissue attachments. A wound treatment appar ...


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David J Vining: Method and system for producing interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs having hollow lumens to enable simulated movement through the lumen. Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Donald R Piper Jr, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman, February 17, 2004: US06694163 (194 worldwide citation)

A method and system are provided for effecting interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs for purposes of medical observation and diagnosis. A series of CT images of the selected body organs are acquired. The series of CT images is stacked to form a three-dimensional volume fi ...


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David J Vining, Gordon W Hunt, David K Ahn, David R Stelts, Yaorong Ge, Paul F Hemler, Tiffany W Salido: Automatic analysis in virtual endoscopy. Wake Forest University, Donald R Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman P C Piper Jr, July 6, 1999: US05920319 (172 worldwide citation)

A computer system and a computer-implemented method are provided for interactively displaying a three-dimensional rendering of a structure having a lumen and for indicating regions of abnormal wall structure. A three-dimensional volume of data is formed from a series of two-dimensional images repres ...


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David J Vining: Method and system for producing interactive three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs having hollow lumens to enable simulated movement through the lumen. Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Donald R Piper Jr, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman, June 21, 2005: US06909913 (170 worldwide citation)

A method and system are provided for effecting interactive, three-dimensional renderings of selected body organs for purposes of medical observation and diagnosis. A series of CT images of the selected body organs are acquired. The series of CT images is stacked to form a three-dimensional volume fi ...


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Joel L Berry, Carlos M Ferrario, Richard H Dean, Virginia S Newman: Expandable, intraluminal stents. Wake Forest University, Donald R Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman Piper Jr, December 30, 1997: US05702419 (166 worldwide citation)

An expandable, intraluminal stent is provided which can be inserted into a body passage, and is capable of supporting an intact vascular graft. The stent is a thin-walled, generally tubular member having a plurality of rigid support tabs spaced uniformly around the perimeter of the two ends of the s ...