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John O McWeeney, Benjamin E Morris, David W Robertson, David I Freed, James F Schuermann, John B Golden, Jozef Slanda, Brian Keith Wells, Jesse Leonard Farris III, Michael S H Chu, Oscar R Carrillo Jr, Todd A Hall, Yem Chin, Mark L Adams: Medical visualization system with endoscope and mounted catheter. Boston Scientific Scimed, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, April 12, 2011: US07922650 (21 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to features and aspects of an in-vivo visualization system that comprises a catheter having an access port leading to an interior lumen through which an image transmission member is routed, and an endoscope having an access port leading to an interior lumen through ...


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John O McWeeney, Benjamin E Morris, David W Robertson, David I Freed, James F Schuerman, John B Golden, Jozef Slanda, Brian Keith Wells, Jesse Leonard Farris III, Michael S H Chu, Oscar R Carrillo Jr, Todd A Hall, Yem Chin, Mark L Adams: In-vivo visualization system. Boston Scientific Scimed, Bookoff McAndrews PLLC, December 17, 2013: US08608649 (2 worldwide citation)

Several embodiments of the present invention are generally directed to medical visualization systems that comprise combinations of disposable and reusable components, such as catheters, functional handles, hubs, optical devices, etc. Other embodiments of the present invention are generally directed ...


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John O McWeeney, Benjamin E Morris, David W Robertson, David I Freed, James F Schuerman, John B Golden, Jozef Slanda, Brian Keith Wells, Jesse Leonard Farris III, Michael SH Chu, Oscar R Carrillo JR, Todd A Hall, Yem Chin, Mark L Adams: In-vivo visualization system. Boston Scientific Scimed, September 1, 2011: US20110213300-A1

Several embodiments of the present invention are generally directed to medical visualization systems that comprise combinations of disposable and reusable components, such as catheters, functional handles, hubs, optical devices, etc. Other embodiments of the present invention are generally directed ...


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John O McWeeney, Benjamin E Morris, David W Robertson, David I Freed, James F Schuerman, John B Golden, Jozef Slanda, Brian Keith Wells, Jesse Leonard Farris III, Michael SH Chu, Oscar R Carrillo JR, Todd A Hall, Yem Chin, Mark L Adams: In-vivo visualization system. Boston Scientific Scimed, August 16, 2012: US20120209073-A1

Several embodiments of the present invention are generally directed to medical visualization systems that comprise combinations of disposable and resuable components, such as catheters, functional handles, hubs, optical devices, etc. Other embodiments of the present invention are generally directed ...