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Keith P Thompson: Intraocular lens for restoring accommodation and allows adjustment of optical power. Emory University, James W Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley Kayden, March 4, 1997: US05607472 (160 worldwide citation)

An accommodating lens is designed to be inserted into a substantially intact capsulary bag having a capsulorexis opening in its anterior wall. The lens has an accommodating portion adapted to be affixed to the anterior wall of the capsulary bag adjacent the opening. The focal length of the deformabl ...


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Reay H Brown, Keith P Thompson: Corneal pressure-regulating implant device. James W Hopkins & Thomas L Kayden Esq, April 28, 1998: US05743868 (131 worldwide citation)

A unitary, pressure-regulating corneal implant device for use in controlling intraocular pressure of the cornea is disclosed, the implant having a conduit with a bore and a porous core material disposed in the bore for allowing egress of aqueous humor from the anterior chamber of the eye. The condui ...


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Carl M Penney, Robert H Webb, Jerome J Tiemann, Keith P Thompson: Spatially resolved objective autorefractometer. General Electric Company, James R McDaniel, Paul R Webb II, November 2, 1993: US05258791 (89 worldwide citation)

A spatially resolved map of the eye's refractive characteristics are provided by measuring the eye's refractive characteristics on a point-by-point basis across the anterior surface of the eye. This spatially resolved refraction data may be obtained subjectively by providing a reference pattern and ...


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Keith P Thompson, Yung S Liu, Seth R Banks, Raymond P Gailitis: Apparatus and process for application and adjustable reprofiling of synthetic lenticules for vision correction. March 23, 1993: US05196027 (74 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and process for applying a synthetic lenticule to the cornea of a human eye is disclosed, the process also contemplating selective reprofiling of the lenticule while it is in place over the cornea. The process involves securing the lenticule over the cornea with an adhesive, thus leavin ...


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Keith P Thompson: Apparatus and process for application and adjustable reprofiling of synthetic lenticules for vision correction. Thomas & Kennedy, May 8, 1990: US04923467 (43 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and process for applying a synthetic lenticule to the cornea of a human eye is disclosed, the process also contemplating selective reprofiling of the lenticule while it is in place over the cornea. The process involves ablating a shallow peripheral groove in the cornea to receive the pe ...


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Keith P Thompson: Aircraft information system. Hopkins & Thomas, November 9, 1993: US05260702 (40 worldwide citation)

An aircraft landing information system is disclosed which provides to the aircraft pilot information regarding the actual and preferred sink rate of the aircraft, the distance between the landing gear wheels and the runway, and deviation of the actual sink rate from the preferred sink rate. An altit ...


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Yung S Liu, Keith P Thompson, Raymond P Gailitis, Seth R Banks, Gary C Taylor: Methods of fabricating a collagen lenticule precursor for modifying the cornea. Colloptics, Morrison & Foerster, February 22, 1994: US05288436 (34 worldwide citation)

A lenticule is bonded to the eye as part of its formation process by curing or final curing the lenticule on the eye. Such lenticules provide a smooth transition from the body of the lenticule to Bowman's layer on which the lenticule is disposed. The lenticule at the time its material or precursor i ...


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Carl M Penney, Keith P Thompson, Robert H Webb: Objective eye alignment measurement method and system. General Electric Company, Paul R Webb II, May 25, 1993: US05214455 (28 worldwide citation)

Eye alignment is determined by producing a combined iris/retinal image by use of an imaging system. The relative position of the centroid of the pupil and various structures on the retina is indicative of the eye alignment. The eye alignment may be determined by comparing a combined iris/retinal ima ...


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Yung S Liu, Keith P Thompson, Raymond P Gailitis, Seth R Banks, Gary C Taylor: Methods and lenticules for modifying the cornea. General Electric Company, Marvin Snyder, November 17, 1992: US05163956 (24 worldwide citation)

A lenticule is bonded to the eye as part of its formation process by curing or final curing the lenticule on the eye. Such lenticules provide a smooth transition from the body of the lenticule to Bowman's layer on which the lenticule is disposed. The lenticule at the time its material or precursor i ...


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Keith P Thompson: Apparatus and process for application and adjustable reprofiling of synthetic lenticules for vision correction. Hopkins & Thomas, October 20, 1992: US05156622 (23 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and process for applying a synthetic lenticule to the cornea of a human eye is disclosed, the process also contemplating selective reprofiling of the lenticule while it is in place over the cornea. The process involves securing the lenticule over the cornea with an adhesive, thus leavin ...