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Fred Sterzer: Angioplastic method for removing plaque from a vas. MMTC, George Seligsohn, May 15, 1990: US04924863 (219 worldwide citation)

Fatty artherosclerotic plaque, under heat (e.g. by applied microwave radiation) and pressure, is liquified and sucked into the interior of one of two catheters of a catheter arrangement through an aperture therein and then sucked out of a patient's body through the proximal end of the one catheter. ...


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Tomozo Ohta, Hiroshi Nakano, Kazutada Higashi, Hirohiko Yamamoto: Microwave data transmission apparatus. Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, May 15, 1990: US04926182 (213 worldwide citation)

A microwave data transmission apparatus adapted to transmit and receive information by microwaves, which the identification tag is made smaller in size and lighter in weight to considerably improve the convenience in setting operation for use in many applications, can be applied for the production c ...


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John Zorzy: Coaxial transmission medium connector. Gilbert Engineering Company, Don J Flickinger, Jordan M Meschkow, Lowell W Gresham, May 15, 1990: US04925403 (210 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed, in a coaxial transmission medium connector, a female center conductor element having a tubular male-center-conductor-element-receiving region extending from an open end to a blind end and which is characterized by an inner surface which diverges from a first position proximate th ...


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InBae Yoon: Wound-closing device. May 15, 1990: US04924866 (187 worldwide citation)

A device for closing wounds is disclosed. The device includes a pair of arms pivotally or movably connected to one another at the inner ends thereof and a pair of skin-engaging members are connected to the arms. The free ends of the skin-engaging members are adapted for piercing the skin in close pr ...


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Donald L Danielson, Mark J Wihl, David A Joseph: Reticle inspection system. KLA Instruments Corporation, Rosenblum Parish & Bacigalupi, May 15, 1990: US04926489 (179 worldwide citation)

An automatic inspection system including an illuminator for illuminating a reticle or photomask to be inspected, while optically projecting a magnified image of the reticle or photomask onto a plurality of detector elements. A carriage assembly moves the object at a constant velocity to allow the de ...


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Marlin S Heilman, Steve A Kolenik: Biocompatible ventricular assist and arrhythmia control device. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, May 15, 1990: US04925443 (179 worldwide citation)

A device for compressing a ventricle of a heart from one or more sides in synchronism with the natural contraction of the ventricle (systole), and providing arrhythmia control of the heart, is completely implantable in the body of a patient user externally of the heart. Compression of the ventricle ...


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Yoshio Ishii, Shigeru Okaya: Composite planar and triangularly pleated filter element. Tsuchiya Mfg, Foley & Lardner Schwartz Jeffery Schwaab Mack Blumenthal & Evans, May 15, 1990: US04925561 (178 worldwide citation)

A filter element comprises at least two pleated filtering mediums and at least one roughly flat filtering medium interposed between the pleated filtering mediums. Each pleated filtering medium has an end constituted by edges of triangular bottom sections and the other end constituted by edges of tri ...


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Takashi Yamada: Route searching system of navigation apparatus. Aisin AW, Kabushiki Kaisha Shinsangyokaihatsu, Varndell Legal Group, May 15, 1990: US04926336 (172 worldwide citation)

A route searching system having node data 3 representing information on positions and attributes of the same, intersection data 1 representing information on intersections, road data 2 representing information on roads, and a route searching section 4 for searching for the optimum route from the int ...


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David B Pall: Device and method for depletion of the leukocyte content of blood and blood components. Pall Corporation, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 15, 1990: US04925572 (168 worldwide citation)

Devices for the depletion of leukocytes in blood products, preferably comprising an upstream porous element including means for removal of gels, at least one intermediate porous element including means for removal of microaggregates, and a downstream element including means for removal of leukocytes ...


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Philip M Neches, David H Hartke, Richard J Baran, Darryl L Woodcock, Alexandros C Papachristidis: Dynamically partitionable parallel processors. Teradata Corporation, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, May 15, 1990: US04925311 (168 worldwide citation)

A system for dynamically partitioning processors in a multiprocessor system intercoupled by a network utilizes, in association with each processor, a network accessible, locally changeable memory section. An available one of a number of common dynamic group addresses in each of the memories is reser ...