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Greenberg Michael M, Dekel Doron, Zinreich Simion J, Bryan Robert N: Probe-correlated viewing of anatomical image data.. I S G Technologies, September 9, 1992: EP0501993-A1 (59 worldwide citation)

A computerized system for viewing of internal anatomical regions of a patient based on previously acquired image data of the patient. The anatomical regions are viewed in direct relationship to amoving probe which can be hand-held. The location of the probe relative to the patient is reported to com ...


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Greenberg Michael M, Dekel Doron, Zinreich Simion J, Bryan Robert N: Visionnement dune image anatomique correle par sonde, Probe-correlated viewing of anatomical image data. Greenberg Michael M, Dekel Doron, Zinreich Simion J, Bryan Robert N, Surgical Navigation Specialist, SMART & BIGGAR, April 6, 1999: CA2003497 (1 worldwide citation)

A computerized system for viewing of internal anatomicalregions of a patient based on previously acquired image data ofthe patient. The anatomical regions are viewed in directrelationship to a moving probe which can be hand-held. Thelocation of the probe relative to the patient is reported tocompute ...


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Greenberg Michael M, Dekel Doron, Zinreich Simion J, Bryan Robert N: Probe-correlated viewing of anatomical image data. Isg Technologies, RICHES McKENZIE Suite 2900 2 Bloor Street East Toronto Ontario M4W 3J5, May 30, 1991: WO/1991/007726

A computerized system for viewing of internal anatomical regions of a patient based on previously acquired image data of the patient. The anatomical regions are viewed in direct relationship to amoving probe which can be hand-held. The location of the probe relative to the patient is reported to com ...


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Bryan Robert N, Cloney Lynn P, Farnworth Barbara A, Marostenmaki A Johanna: Methods for accelerating hybridization of nucleic acid molecules. Id Biomedical Corporation, Bryan Robert N, Cloney Lynn P, Farnworth Barbara A, Marostenmaki A Johanna, sNASSIF Omar A, January 14, 1999: WO/1999/001570

A method of increasing the hybridization rate of a first nucleic acid molecule to a second nucleic acid molecule is provided, comprising the step of mixing a first nucleic acid molecule, a second nucleic acid molecule, and polyamine and/or RNase H under conditions and for a time sufficient to permit ...


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Greenberg Michael M, Dekel Doron, Zinreich Simion J, Bryan Robert N: System and method to visualize inside region of anatomical object. Isg Technologies, June 3, 2003: JP2003-159247

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a system and a method to visualize an inside region of an anatomical object for a probe by using an image data on the anatomical object acquired in advance and stored as a database.SOLUTION: The system to visualize the inside region of the anatomical object comprises ...



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