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Chester E Sievert Jr, Scott R Wilson, Greg L Townsend, James L Pokorney, Brian T McMahon: Optical forceps system and method of diagnosing and treating tissue. SpectraScience, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, May 28, 2002: US06394964 (140 worldwide citation)

A biopsy forceps device is provided for obtaining tissue samples, or removing tissue for therapeutic reasons, at a site within a body, while maintaining access to the site through an access lumen of the biopsy forceps. The device includes an elongate tubular body for introduction into the body and n ...


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Gregg S Sutton, Brian T McMahon: Optical biopsy forceps. SpectraScience, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, October 10, 2000: US06129683 (74 worldwide citation)

An integrated optical biopsy forceps device and a method for tissue identification by optical analysis and biopsy sampling at a site within the body. The device includes an elongated catheter body for introduction into the body and navigation to an area of interest. An optical fiber extends through ...


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Greg L Townsend, Brian T McMahon, Chester E Sievert Jr, Scott R Wilson, James L Pokorney, John P Farris, David E Porter, Mark H Feddern: Optical biopsy forceps system and method of diagnosing tissue. SpectraScience, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, May 23, 2000: US06066102 (71 worldwide citation)

A biopsy forceps device is provided for obtaining tissue samples at a site within the body, while maintaining access to the site through an access lumen of the biopsy forceps. The device includes an elongate tubular body for introduction into the body and navigation to an area of interest. An inner ...


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Gregg S Sutton, Brian T McMahon: Optical biopsy forceps. SpectraScience, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, June 9, 1998: US05762613 (66 worldwide citation)

An integrated optical biopsy forceps device and a method for tissue identification by optical analysis and biopsy sampling at a site within the body. The device includes an elongated catheter body for introduction into the body and navigation to an area of interest. An optical fiber extends through ...