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Howard Cohen, Ladislau Biro, Matthew S Cohen: Spinal surgical prosthesis. Advanced Prosthetic Technologies, Howard C Miskin, Gloria Tsui Yip, September 24, 2002: US06454806 (385 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis in the form of a cage having opposed complimentary bearing surface assemblies. The bearing surface assemblies moveable towards and away from each other. The moving mechanism being part of the bearing surface assemblies. Each of the bearing surface assemblies having an outer bearing surf ...


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Howard Cohen, Ladislau Biro, Matthew S Cohen: Spinal surgical prosthesis. Advanced Prosthetic Technologies, Howard C Miskin Esq, Gloria Tsui Yip Esq, April 13, 2004: US06719796 (207 worldwide citation)

A prosthesis in the form of a cage having opposed complimentary bearing surface assemblies. The bearing surface assemblies moveable towards and away from each other. The moving mechanism being part of the bearing surface assemblies. Each of the bearing surface assemblies having an outer bearing surf ...


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Mark Wallach: Surgical apparatus for removal of tissue. Hydro Pulse Corporation, Howard C Miskin, January 6, 1976: US03930505 (183 worldwide citation)

Defective or unwanted tissue is removed such as from the lens of an eye by directing a pulsating high velocity liquid jet onto the defecting tissue to disintegrate the tissue and sucking the liquid entraining the disintegrated tissue from the area adjacent the tissue by a suction conduit. A control ...


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Howard Cohen, Ladislau Biro, Matthew S Cohen: Artificial disc spinal surgical prosthesis. Advanced Prosthetic Technologies, Howard C Miskin Esq, Gloria Tsu Yip Esq, October 16, 2007: US07282063 (173 worldwide citation)

A spinal surgical prosthesis such as an artificial disc having a pair of upper and lower plate members, a flexible disc interposes therebetween and a rigid collar made of a bio-compatible and bio-resorbable material surrounding the flexible disc between the upper and lower plate members. Prior to th ...


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Mark Wallach: Surgical apparatus for removal of tissue. Hydro Pulse Corporation, Howard C Miskin, May 24, 1977: US04024866 (141 worldwide citation)

Defective or unwanted tissue is removed such as from the lens of an eye by directing a pulsating high velocity liquid jet onto the defecting tissue to disintegrate the tissue and sucking the liquid entraining the disintegrated tissue from the area adjacent the tissue by a suction conduit. A control ...


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Frank Guginsky: Strain relief liquid tight electrical connector. Berger, Howard C Miskin, May 30, 1989: US04835342 (109 worldwide citation)

A strain relief electrical cable fitting includes an externally threaded tubular body member divided by an inside inclined shoulder and outside flange into an upper compression chamber and a lower coupling section, a gland cap with a central top opening engaging the body member top thread. Housed in ...


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Hartmut Wolf, Norbert Czernawski: Swirl chamber. Howard C Miskin, February 23, 1988: US04726686 (75 worldwide citation)

A swirl chamber comprises a housing, which at its shell or side wall is connected to at least one tubular port having a center line which is approximately at right angles to and spaced from the axis of the housing. In the improved swirl chamber at least two tubular ports extend through the shell or ...


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Bassel Hage Daoud: Modular layered splice holder. Lucent Technologies, Howard C Miskin, Gloria Tsui Yip, March 5, 2002: US06353697 (69 worldwide citation)

A layer module arrangement for splice trays. Each layer module comprises a base to support the splices and two side members extending in the same general direction from the base. The invention provides for multiple embodiments each having add-on capabilities so as to provide lodging for a high densi ...


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Mark Wallach: Movable stator walls permitting access to tubing in peristaltic pump. Hydro Pulse Corporation, Howard C Miskin, February 6, 1979: US04138205 (64 worldwide citation)

A tubing replaceable, peristaltic pump includes a base plate and a rotor mounted on the base plate and having peripherally spaced thrust rollers. Pivotally mounted on the base plate on opposite sides of the rotor are a pair of stator members which are swingable about proximate laterally spaced ends ...


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Thomas G Lytle: Hinged closure. TLB Plastics Corporation, Howard C Miskin, October 6, 1981: US04293079 (57 worldwide citation)

A receptacle includes a square tubular plastic body member closed at its bottom and open at its top and having formed in the corners of its upper border inwardly projecting locking barbs provided with downwardly inwardly inclined upper cam surfaces and bottom horizontal locking edges. An integrally ...