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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for marking a biopsy site. Ethicon Endo Surgery, June 12, 2007: US07229417 (150 worldwide citation)

Implantable devices and methods of use are disclosed for marking the location of a biopsy or surgery for the purpose of identification. The methods include providing a biodegradable radiodense implant and taking a tissue sample from a biopsy site within a breast of a patient. The biodegradable impla ...


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for defining and marking tissue. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Welsh & Flaxman, December 1, 2009: US07625397 (16 worldwide citation)

In order to later identify the location of a biopsy or surgery, various means and methods for permanently and non-surgically marking selected tissue in the human body are used. Later visualization of the markers is readily accomplished using state-of-the-art imaging systems.


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for defining and marking tissue. DEVICOR MEDICAL PRODUCTS, Arent Fox, December 22, 2015: US09216069

In order to later identify the location of a biopsy or surgery, various means and methods for permanently and non-surgically marking selected tissue in the human body are used. Later visualization of the markers is readily accomplished using state-of-the-art imaging systems.


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for marking a biopsy site. O Melveny & Meyers, March 3, 2005: US20050049489-A1

Implantable devices and methods of use are disclosed for marking the location of a biopsy or surgery for the purpose of identification. The methods include providing a biodegradable radiodense implant and taking a tissue sample from a biopsy site within a breast of a patient. The biodegradable impla ...


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods and devices for defining and marking tissue. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, February 5, 2004: US20040024304-A1

In order to later identify the location of a biopsy or surgery, various means and methods for permanently and non-surgically marking selected tissue in the human body are used. Later visualization of the markers is readily accomplished using state-of-the-art imaging systems.


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for defining and marking tissue. Audley A Ciamporcero Jr, Johnson & Johnson, February 28, 2002: US20020026201-A1

In order to later identify the location of a biopsy or surgery, various means and methods for permanently and non-surgically marking selected tissue in the human body are used. Later visualization of the markers is readily accomplished using state-of-the-art imaging systems.


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Devices and methods for marking a biopsy site. O Melveny & Myers, April 6, 2006: US20060074443-A1

A biopsy localization device made according to the invention includes an intracorporeal delivery cannula and at least one marker disposed within an inner lumen of the delivery cannula. The marker includes an expandable fibrous body with at least one radiographically detectable marker element. The ex ...


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Seth A Foerster, Fred H Burbank, Mark A Ritchart, Elias A Zerbouni: Methods for defining and marking tissue. Welsh & Flaxman, May 6, 2010: US20100113920-A1

In order to later identify the location of a biopsy or surgery, various means and methods for permanently and non-surgically marking selected tissue in the human body are used. Later visualization of the markers is readily accomplished using state-of-the-art imaging systems.