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John Dimitriou, Christopher A Battles, Danial Ferreira, Daniel Vigliotti, Patrick Gutelius: Endoscope tool coupling. C R Bard, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 19, 2011: US07927271 (52 worldwide citation)

An endoscope tool coupling that facilitates the placement and positioning of a surgical tool within an endoscope. The tool coupling may be configured to accommodate differences in lengths between the surgical tool and the endoscope, which may allow a user to precisely position and maintain the dista ...


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William Harwick Gruber, Ronald David Adams, Albert Chun Chi Chin, Eric Karl Litscher, Roy Hewitt Sullivan, Paul DiCesare, Jeffrey Radziunas, Daniel Vigliotti, Bryan Dale Knodel, Chris Scott Daniels, Kevin J Vititoe, Michael Anthony Lorenz, Paul P Kolada, Ryan Scott Crisp, Chris William Cicenas, Ludwin M Mora, Brent Lee Burchfield: Method, system and device for tissue removal. Hologic, Vista IP Law Group, November 5, 2013: US08574253 (13 worldwide citation)

A method and device for tissue removal. The device may be used to remove uterine fibroids and other abnormal gynecological tissue. According to one embodiment, the device includes a housing, an outer tube, and an inner tube. The outer tube is fixed to the housing and includes a side window proximate ...


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William H Gruber, Ronald D Adams, Michael A Lorenz, Ryan S Crisp, Chris W Clcenas, Brent L Burchfield, Paul DiCesare, Jeffrey Radziunas, Daniel Vigliotti: Method and device for distending a gynecological cavity. Hologic, Vista IP Law Group, February 16, 2016: US09259233 (4 worldwide citation)

Method and device for distending a gynecological cavity. According to one embodiment, a mechanical, non-fluid device is used to distend the gynecological cavity. Such devices include, for example, self-expanding members, such as resilient baskets, coils, whisks, prongs, and loops, or mechanically ex ...


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William H Gruber, Ronald D Adams, Michael A Lorenz, Ryan S Crisp, Chris W Clcenas, Brent L Burchfield, Paul DiCesare, Jeffrey Radziunas, Daniel Vigliotti: Method and device for distending a gynecological cavity. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 9, 2008: US20080249534-A1

Method and device for distending a gynecological cavity. According to one embodiment, a mechanical, non-fluid device is used to distend the gynecological cavity. Such devices include, for example, self-expanding members, such as resilient baskets, coils, whisks, prongs, and loops, or mechanically ex ...


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William Harwick Gruber, Ronald David Adams, Albert Chun Chi Chin, Erik Karl Litscher, Roy Hewitt Sullivan, Paul DiCesare, Jeffrey Radziunas, Daniel Vigliotti, Bryan Dale Knodel, Chris Scott Daniels, Kevin J Vititoe, Michael Anthony Lorenz, Paul P Kolada, Ryan Scott Crisp, Chris William Cicenas, Ludwin M Mora, Brent Lee Burchfield: Method, system and device for tissue removal. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 9, 2008: US20080249553-A1

A method and device for tissue removal. The device may be used to remove uterine fibroids and other abnormal gynecological tissue. According to one embodiment, the device includes a housing, an outer tube, and an inner tube. The outer tube is fixed to the housing and includes a side window proximate ...


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John Dimitriou, Christopher A Battles, Danial Ferreira, Daniel Vigliotti, Patrick Gutelius: Endoscope tool coupling. Wolf Greenfield & Sacks PC, November 22, 2007: US20070270640-A1

An endoscope tool coupling that facilitates the placement and positioning of a surgical tool within an endoscope. The tool coupling may be configured to accommodate differences in lengths between the surgical tool and the endoscope, which may allow a user to precisely position and maintain the dista ...