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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. BARRx Medical, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, December 19, 2006: US07150745 (92 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. Barrx Medical, Shay Glenn, March 18, 2008: US07344535 (37 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellenberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. TYCO Healthcare Group, Holland & Hart, June 5, 2012: US08192426 (12 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. Covidien, July 19, 2016: US09393069

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, March 22, 2007: US20070066973-A1

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and Methods for Treatment of Luminal Tissue. Barrx Medical, Shay Glenn, April 24, 2008: US20080097427-A1

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. BARRx, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, August 4, 2005: US20050171524-A1

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...


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Roger A Stern, Jerome Jackson, Vincent N Sullivan, George H Smith, Roy D Corbitt, Jennifer A Hodor, Carson J Shellengberger: Devices and methods for treatment of luminal tissue. TYCO Healthcare Group, August 30, 2012: US20120220996-A1

Devices and methods are provided for treatment of tissue in a body lumen with an electrode deployment device. Embodiments typically include a device with a plurality of electrodes having a pre-selected electrode density arranged on the surface of a support. The support may comprise a non-distensible ...