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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. Tyco Healthcare Group, July 13, 2010: US07753901 (91 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...


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Dan Raz, Anatoly Konik: Versatile modular office partitions. Finish Group, Mark M Friedman, February 10, 1998: US05715633 (27 worldwide citation)

A space partition having an inner volume for accommodating electrical wires and the like, and providing convenient access thereto. The space partition is generally formed by a framework having a pair of vertical members with a cross member connecting therebetween. The cross member includes a pair of ...


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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. Covidien, June 11, 2013: US08460271 (3 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...


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Gregory Piskun, Oleg Shikhman, Christopher Battles, Patrick N Gutelius, Mark J DeBisschop, Jeffrey H MacDonald, Frank Rende, Michael Abrams, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Surgical port assembly. Covidien, February 24, 2015: US08961407 (1 worldwide citation)

A surgical port comprising a body and first and second cannula extending from the body and movable with respect to the body via an instrument inserted through the respective cannula. The cannulas can extend distally from the body and can include one or more seals. A port assembly and first and secon ...


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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. Covidien, March 3, 2015: US08968247 (1 worldwide citation)

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...


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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. Covidien, September 6, 2016: US09433435

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...


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Gregory Piskun, Oleg Shikhman, Christopher Battles, Patrick N Gutelius, Mark J DeBisschop, Jeffrey H MacDonald, Frank Rende, Michael Abrams, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Surgical port assembly. Covidien, November 15, 2016: US09492195

A surgical port comprising a body and first and second cannula extending from the body and movable with respect to the body via an instrument inserted through the respective cannula. The cannulas can extend distally from the body and can include one or more seals. A port assembly and first and secon ...


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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. Pnaval Systems, R Neil Sudol, January 26, 2006: US20060020241-A1

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...


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Gregory Piskun, Anatoly Konik, Dan Rottenberg: Laparoscopic instrument and cannula assembly and related surgical method. TYCO Healthcare Group, Tyco Healthcare Group, September 2, 2010: US20100222643-A1

A laparoscopic port assembly includes a cannula unit including three cannulas each extending at an acute angle relative to a base. The cannulas are flexible for receiving respective angulated laparoscopic instruments. The cannula unit is rotatingly received in a port holder for rotation about a long ...