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Christian Mai: Clip and osteosynthesis plate with dynamic compression and self-retention. Wall and Roehrig, September 21, 1993: US05246443 (525 worldwide citation)

Osteosynthesis plate, made of a thermoelastic martensitic alloy whose transformation temperatures are:


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Jacques Commarmond: Artificial ligament for the spine. Polyclinique de Bourgogne & Les Hortensiad, Wall and Roehrig, January 19, 1993: US05180393 (481 worldwide citation)

An artificial ligament for the spine is fixed by pedicle screws on two vertebrae of the spinal column and has first and second hollow eyelets, of general diabolo shape, each one including a concave seat intended to receive the head of the fixation screw; a body haivng a narrowed area; a convex hump ...


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James O Secor: Consolidated rear view camera and display system for motor vehicle. Wall and Roehrig, February 22, 1994: US05289321 (447 worldwide citation)

A rear viewing arrangement is provided for a motor vehicle to permit the operator to view traffic conditions to rearward from left and right sides of the vehicle, as well as directly behind the vehicle. Left and right video cameras are mounted on the left and right sides of the motor vehicle forward ...


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Allen J Tower: Method of forming an intravascular radially expandable stent. Numed, Wall and Roehrig, November 10, 1992: US05161547 (346 worldwide citation)

An improved radially expandable stent formed from a fine wire bent into a serpentine flat ribbon which is wound around a mandrel into a cylindrical sleeve for mounting on a balloon catheter for transluminal insertion in a vessel such as a blood vessel is provided. A very small diameter fine platinum ...


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Allen J Tower: Intravascular radially expandable stent. Numed, Wall and Roehrig, June 8, 1993: US05217483 (334 worldwide citation)

An improved radially expandable stent formed from a fine wire bent into a serpentine flat ribbon which is wound around a mandrel into a cylindrical sleeve for mounting on a balloon catheter for transluminal insertion in a vessel such as a blood vessel is provided. A very small diameter fine platinum ...


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Jimmie B Allred III, Richard Bingham: Ball-and-socket bead endoscope steering section. Welch Allyn, Wall and Roehrig, December 13, 1988: US04790294 (267 worldwide citation)

A steering section for an endoscope or borescope employs a plurality of steering cables that pass through peripheral bores of axially aligned flat washers. Pairs of beads are strung on the cables between the washers to define hinge points for the bending of the steering section. Each pair of beads i ...


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Allen J Tower: PTCA catheter. NuMed, Wall and Roehrig, March 26, 1991: US05002559 (220 worldwide citation)

A PTCA catheter is provided in which the extreme distal end is reduced to a diameter of 3 thousandths of an inch and enclosed in a coiled spring which is welded to the guidewire of the catheter at its tip and at a thicker 8 thousandths diameter portion of the guidewire to increase the strength of th ...


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Raymond A Lia: Borescope or endoscope with fluid dynamic muscle. Welch Allyn, Wall and Roehrig, January 3, 1989: US04794912 (175 worldwide citation)

A fluid dynamic muscle contracts when air or hydraulic pressure is applied to it. The muscle has a long elastomeric bladder covered by a long tubular braid of flexible but inextensible fibers or filaments. When the bladder is inflated the braid is forced to expand laterally, which shortens it axiall ...


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Robert J Wood, Earl H Slee, Gregory E Pasik, Michael J Pileski: Servo actuated steering mechanism for borescope or endoscope. Welch Allyn, Wall and Roehrig, July 17, 1990: US04941454 (162 worldwide citation)

This invention involves a cable bendable borescope in which opposing cable pairs are displaced to deflect the tip of the borescope in the perpendicular planes of motion. A servo motor is connected to each pair of actuating cables to selectively displace one or the other in accordance with the rotati ...


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Charles M Hammond Jr: Optical reader with dual vertically oriented photoemitters. Welch Allyn, Wall and Roehrig, July 23, 1991: US05034619 (139 worldwide citation)

An optical reader is designed to be insensitive to specular reflection, particularly at tapered lead-in areas to the left and right of a coded record on a record member. The optical reader includes a photosensor that is oriented with its optical axis along the reader optical center line so as to be ...