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Harvey A Lincoff: Ophthalmological appliance. Bert J Lewen, Charles A Blank, Alfred H Hemingway, November 10, 1981: US04299227 (146 worldwide citation)

A method of correcting retinal detachments through a small conjunctival incision wherein an expandable member is inserted into Tenon's space, the member is expanded, to form an indentation in the eye, and left in place until the subretinal fluid has absorbed and the retina has reattached.


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Fung Ching Chao: Method of fabricating a LDDFET with self-aligned silicide. Industrial Technology Research Institute, Bert J Lewen, Henry Sternberg, April 4, 1989: US04818715 (138 worldwide citation)

A method of fabricating a lightly-doped drain field effect transistor (LDDFET) with or without self-aligned silicide (salicide) on a substrate is disclosed. The initial steps include either (1) anisotropic silicon nitride and polysilicon etching steps, an isotropic photoresist erosion step, and a se ...


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Charles D Kelman: Artificial lens and the method for implanting such lens. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, September 6, 1988: US04769035 (106 worldwide citation)

An artificial lens adapted for implantation in the human eye and the method for implanting such lens. The lens is of pliable material so that it may be folded or curled for insertion through a minimum length incision. It has a medial optic portion having a posterior concave surface corresponding to ...


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Susumu Harada, Sakuro Hasegawa, Koichi Sato: Small-globular crosslinked monoallylamine polymer and process for producing the same. Nitto Boseki, Bert J Lewen, Henry Sternberg, August 12, 1986: US04605701 (92 worldwide citation)

A small-globular crosslinked polymer of monoallylamine swellable but insoluble in water can be obtained by crosslinking a part of the amino groups of a monoallylamine polymer with formaldehyde or a compound having, in its molecule, at least two functional groups reactive with primary amino group.


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Charles D Kelman: Laminate optic with interior Fresnel lens. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, May 9, 1989: US04828558 (89 worldwide citation)

Composite lens, especially an intraocular lens for insertion through an incision into an eye and desirably containing haptics, comprising a flat, partially hollow laminate optic, formed by a pair of relatively thin, sheet-like elements having opposed interior surfaces, at least one such element cons ...


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Charles D Kelman: Method of inserting an intraocular lens into an eye. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, November 1, 1988: US04781719 (85 worldwide citation)

Method of inserting an intraocular lens, having an optic and haptics of flexible material, through an incision into an eye, including preliminarily compressing the lens into a generally cylindrical shape, e.g. in a tubular sleeve, immersing the compressed lens in an eye compatible liquid, e.g. water ...


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Charles D Kelman: Intraocular lens with miniature optic having expandable and contractible glare-reducing means. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, August 12, 1986: US04605409 (80 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens having an optic of sufficiently small dimension so as to permit its insertion through an incision substantially smaller than 5 mm in length. The lens includes a masking means which is deformable between an expanded condition in which it masks the edge portion of the optic which w ...


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Charles D Kelman: Intraocular lens with miniature optic. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, June 24, 1986: US04596578 (76 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens having an optic which has a dimension, determinative of the smallest incision through which it can be inserted, of substantially less than 5 mm and which includes a mask overlying a peripheral marginal portion of the optic for preventing glare.


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Joseph Nadan, Edward Bahr, Paul Noble: Multiple screen digital video display. Imtech International, Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, May 24, 1988: US04746981 (71 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for displaying an interlaced image on a plurality of display screens in which the lines of two fields of the image are replicated a plurality of times in a memory to produce an enlarged image but determined lines are not read out of the memory for the production of the display ...


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Charles D Kelman: Intraocular lens having roughened surface area. Henry Sternberg, Bert J Lewen, February 28, 1989: US04808181 (70 worldwide citation)

Intraocular lens for implantation in the posterior chamber of an eye, following extracapsular removal of the natural eye lens, including a lens assembly having an anterior surface formation and a posterior surface formation, at least a portion of the posterior surface formation constituting a planar ...