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Garry L Carter: Medical Engineering Corporation, Stuart E Krieger, September 5, 1989: US04863470 (208 worldwide citation)

A radiopaque identification marker is incorporated into a radiolucent prosthesis, such as a breast implant. The marker denotes data which is ascertainable prior or subsequent to implantation.


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Frank Ingle, Garry L Carter, Robert J Laird, John P Claude, Paul Do, Brian J Mosel: Noninvasive devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of tissues. SURx, Nena Bains Esq, Townsend Townsend & Crew, April 17, 2001: US06216704 (206 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of collagenous tissues, particularly for treating urinary incontinence in a noninvasive manner by directing energy to a patient's own support tissues. This energy heats fascia and other collagenous support tissues, caus ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry L Carter, Robert J Laird, John P Claude, Paul Do, Brian J Mosel: Noninvasive devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of tissues. Solarant Medical, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 20, 2005: US06976492 (142 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of collagenated tissues, particularly for treating urinary incontinence in a noninvasive manner by directing energy to a patient's own support tissues. This energy heats fascia and other collagenated support tissues, causing ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry L Carter, Robert J Laird, John P Claude, Paul Do, Brian J Mosel: Noninvasive devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of tissues. SURx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 6, 2003: US06558381 (135 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of collagenated tissues, particularly for treating urinary incontinence in a noninvasive manner by directing energy to a patient's own support tissues. This energy heats fascia and other collagenated support tissues, ca ...


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Garry L Carter, David R Stiehr: Solarant Medical, Lynn M Thompson, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 14, 2004: US06830052 (128 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods, devices, and systems for supporting the urethra in a patient to treat urinary incontinence. Support of the urethra involves forming a loop under the urethra with a structure referred to as a urethral support and applying an upward force with the support to hol ...


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George A Morrison, Garry L Carter, Timothy G Dietz: SURx, Mark D Barrish Esq, Townsend Townsend & Crew, September 18, 2001: US06292700 (118 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for treating the support structures of the body, particularly for incontinence, take advantage of two mechanisms to enhance the support provided by the fascia, ligaments and tendons: first, the invention increases a modulus of elasticity of these tissues, and particular ...


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Garry L Carter, David C Densow, John P Claude, Paul L Do, George A Morrison: SURx, Townsend Townsend & Crew, April 4, 2000: US06044847 (89 worldwide citation)

Improved devices, methods, and systems for the surgical treatment of urinary incontinence generally enhance the support provided by the natural tissues of the pelvic floor without directly applying compressive pressure against the urethra. The invention provides probes for forming plications in the ...


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Garry L Carter, David C Densow, John P Claude, Paul L Do, George A Morrison: SURX, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, November 12, 2002: US06478791 (89 worldwide citation)

Improved devices, methods, and systems for the surgical treatment of urinary incontinence generally enhance the support provided by the natural tissues of the pelvic floor without directly applying compressive pressure against the urethra. The invention provides probes for forming plications in the ...


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Robert J Laird, Frank W Ingle, Garry L Carter, Timothy G Dietz: Ribbed electrodes and methods for their use. Solarant Medical, Townsend & Townsend & Crew, Mark D Barrish, February 28, 2006: US07004942 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved devices, methods, and systems for shrinking of collagenous tissues, particularly for treating urinary incontinence in a noninvasive manner by directing energy to a patient's own support tissues. This energy gently heats fascia and other collagenous support tissues, ca ...


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Garry L Carter: Ureteral stent kit. Medical Engineering Corporation, Quarles & Brady, December 15, 1987: US04713049 (82 worldwide citation)

A ureteral stent kit for inserting a ureteral stent and bypassing obstructions in the ureter comprises an elongated, flexible tubular stent which has a lumen and at least one end set in the form of a hook, a removable tubular guide member sized to fit in the lumen in the stent and having a flexible ...