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Eric R Cosman: Universal lesion and recording electrode system. Richard J Birch, January 21, 1986: US04565200 (581 worldwide citation)

A set of instruments is described which enables variability in the size and shape of the region of destructive, radio frequency heating (lesion making) of tissue within the living body, and which enables this variability with only one insertion tract into the body up to the region of the targeted ti ...


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Rand B Nickerson, Russell J Welsh: Television viewer data collection system. CTBA Associates, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 21, 1986: US04566030 (317 worldwide citation)

A data storage and transmission system is provided for accumulating and transmitting data from a plurality of remote T.V. panelist locations to a central location. Each remote unit includes a microprocessor, a control memory, and a data store memory. The control memory stores control information for ...


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Ramon A Llenado: Foaming surfactant compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Robert B Aylor, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, January 21, 1986: US04565647 (288 worldwide citation)

Foaming compositions containing an alkylpolysaccharide surfactant and a sulfate, sulfonate and/or carboxylate cosurfactant and processes for utilizing foams containing these compositions.


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Yutaka Kakehi, Norio Nakazato, Yoshimasa Fukushima, Kousai Hiratsuka, Fumio Shibata, Noriaki Yamamoto, Tsunehiko Tsubone: Method and apparatus for controlling sample temperature. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, January 21, 1986: US04565601 (253 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method and apparatus for controlling temperature of a sample and is intended to prevent a sample from being deformed by the pressure of a heat transmission gas by mounting and fixing the sample being mounted and processed in a vacuum on and to the sample stand and supplyi ...


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Kenichi Mabuchi: Beauty treatment device. Bio Mabuchi, McGlew and Tuttle, January 21, 1986: US04565189 (242 worldwide citation)

A beauty treatment device having a device body, a drive unit provided in the device body and a patter driven by the drive unit wherein the patter is composed of a freely rotating roller; and freely rotating space guide wheels for maintaining the range of patting motion of the roller by depressing an ...


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Mark A Harger, Joseph E Amaral, Harold Blatter: Remote control transmitter arrangement for one or more television devices. RCA Corporation, Eugene M Whitacre, Paul J Rasmussen, Peter M Emanuel, January 21, 1986: US04566034 (237 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor for use in individual remote control transmitters for controlling respective different devices and for a unified remote control transmitter for controlling all the devices is programmed in the same manner for each in order to reduce inventory and testing costs to the manufacturer an ...


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Chi Chour Tsay: Instantaneous direction changing rotation mechanism. Cushman Darby and Cushman, January 21, 1986: US04565109 (181 worldwide citation)

An instantaneous direction changing rotation mechanism in which its driving shaft and driven shaft have coincident central lines, the driving shaft can be controlled for transmission via either a direction changing train of gear with negative train value or casing of gear for driving the driven shaf ...


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Hans Ole Larsen: Mold for making contact lenses, the male mold member being more flexible than the female mold member. Mia Lens Production, Lawrence Rosen, January 21, 1986: US04565348 (151 worldwide citation)

A plastic mold assembly comprising a male and female section for casting soft contact lenses from a polymerizable feed material wherein compensation for polymerization shrinkage is attained and disengagement of the male and female mold sections is facilitated by providing one flexible and one rigid ...


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Allen King, Peter Collins, Jay Goldman: Light pencil. Prime Computer, Lahive & Cockfield, January 21, 1986: US04565999 (147 worldwide citation)

A cursor control system for use with a data terminal having a display consists of a radiation source and associated radiation sensor. Either the source or sensor is fixed with respect to the display while the other is moveable and may be fixed to the user's head. The system translates the motion of ...


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Younho Choung, Kenneth R Goudey: Wide-band microwave signal coupler. Ford Aerospace & Communications Corporation, Edward J Radlo, Kenneth R Allen, Robert D Sanborn, January 21, 1986: US04566012 (147 worldwide citation)

A microwave coupler for coupling microwave energy from a first waveguide to a second waveguide disposed side by side along a propagation length includes a common coupling means, and specifically, orifices along the propagation length wherein the coupling orifices are sized to promote coupling of a f ...