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Harold G Leigh, David L O Dell, Hugh A Bourassa: Disposable soft tissue biopsy apparatus. Medical Device Technologies, Paul M Denk, August 6, 1991: US05036860 (260 worldwide citation)

Soft tissue biopsy apparatus (10) for obtaining a tissue specimen. An elongate housing (12) has an opening (20) at one end (14). A hollow cannula (26) is positioned within the housing, is reciprocally movable therewithin, and one end (28) of the needle extends through the opening for insertion into ...


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Randolph P Adams: Decorative container and method of manufacture. Paul M Denk, October 9, 1979: US04170618 (219 worldwide citation)

A decorative container useful for holding a flower pot or the like, and formed by the method of arranging a sheet of thermoplastic polymer upon a form, the form having a shape generally desired for the sheet after it has been molded into the configuration of the form, with said sheet and form being ...


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Ercument A Kopman: Cannula introducer. Paul M Denk, September 6, 1983: US04402683 (127 worldwide citation)

A cannula introducer for use in open heart surgery and provided for locating through an incision in the heart lining, the introducer includes a cylindrical member, formed at its upper end into a pair of tubular-like guide means, while its lower end is formed into confinement, having a pair of apertu ...


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Harry C Eggleston, Thom Day: Adjustable intraocular lens implant with magnetic adjustment facilities. Harry C Eggleston, Paul M Denk, September 1, 1998: US05800533 (111 worldwide citation)

An adjustable ocular insert to be implanted during refractive cataract surgery and clear (human) crystalline lens refractive surgery and adjusted post-surgically. The implant comprises relatively soft but compressible and resilient base annulus designed to fit in the lens capsule and keep the lens c ...


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Alan Berkowitz, Elliott W Baum, Curt Angel: Folding table. Berco, Paul M Denk, May 5, 1992: US05109778 (110 worldwide citation)

A folding table is disclosed. The table includes legs pivotably connected to the underside of a table surface so that when the table is folded, the legs lay flat against the underside of the table. A locking mechanism is provided to lock the legs in an unfolded position, and a release mechanism is p ...


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Richard J Kloecker: Compression garment for selective application for treatment of lymphedema and related illnesses manifested at various locations of the body. Paul M Denk, August 20, 2002: US06436064 (106 worldwide citation)

A compression garment for selective application for treatment of lymphedema and related illnesses manifested at various locations of the body. The garment includes a pair or series of layers of hermetically sealed material, that can capture pressurized air, when applied therein, and is formed throug ...


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Francis E O Donnell Jr: In vivo modification of refractive power of an intraocular lens implant. Paul M Denk, February 22, 1994: US05288293 (105 worldwide citation)

A change is effected in the refractive power (spherical and astigmatical) of an intraocular implant of the type having a lens, either formed of a series of laminates of material, or having a lens that is coated with material, said material, when subject to laser energy providing for its expansion or ...


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Francis E O Donnell Jr: Laser trabeculodissection. Paul M Denk, December 6, 1994: US05370641 (96 worldwide citation)

This invention contemplates the use of a surgical laser device characterized by ultra-violet or infrared radiation to achieve controlled trabeculodissection in selected regions of the trabecular meshwork and Schlemm's Canal. The surgical laser is positioned over the corneoscleral bed for non-contact ...


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Bernhard M Janitzki: Low tolerance threaded fastener. Paul M Denk, August 31, 1999: US05944465 (94 worldwide citation)

A threaded fastener is having a raised area or bump on a thread flank. The flank can be positioned on the nut thread or on the bolt thread. The bump forces the mating threads at least on one flank to have near zero tolerances along the pitchline of the threads and thereby eliminating play.


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Edward Dziedzic: Band type cluster mount. Alum Form, Paul M Denk, June 29, 2004: US06755312 (91 worldwide citation)

A cluster mount, formed of a bearing plate, a bracket that engages with the bearing plate by means of fasteners, and resilient retention clips that are permanently secured to the cluster mount at positions for snugly retaining associated connecting links in place once the cluster mount components ar ...