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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. SyneCor, Deanna J Shirley, May 3, 2005: US06887266 (234 worldwide citation)

Improved endoprostheses comprising a delivery configuration and a deployed configuration and methods of manufacture are disclosed. Some embodiments according to the invention comprise woven tubular structures and means for maintaining said structures in their expanded configurations. In one embodime ...


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Michael S Williams, Kevin D Holbrook, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Joseph M DeSimone: Photocurable endoprosthesis system. SyneCor, Deanna J Shirley, November 28, 2006: US07141061 (49 worldwide citation)

Novel endoprostheses comprising one or more photocurable materials are disclosed. Said endoprostheses may comprise regions wherein said photocurable materials are selectively disposed about said endoprosthesis and are cured according to desired parameters to achieve varying desired properties. Said ...


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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. SyneCor, Deanna J Shirley, January 16, 2007: US07163554 (21 worldwide citation)

A woven tubular endoprosthesis comprising means for locking the endoprosthesis in a deployed configuration is disclosed. The means for locking the endoprosthesis may comprise locking protrusions, notches, a chemical bond, a curable bond, or other mechanism. The woven fibers comprising the endoprosth ...


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Michael S Williams, Kevin D Holbrook, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Joseph M DeSimone: Photocurable endoprosthesis methods of manufacture. Syne, Deanna J Shirley, December 28, 2010: US07857748 (17 worldwide citation)

Methods of manufacture of endoprostheses comprising one or more photocurable materials are disclosed. The endoprostheses may comprise regions wherein the photocurable materials are selectively disposed about the endoprosthesis and are cured according to desired parameters to achieve varying desired ...


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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. SyneCor, Deanna J Shirley, April 27, 2010: US07704276 (1 worldwide citation)

A woven tubular endoprosthesis comprising means for locking the endoprosthesis in a deployed configuration is disclosed. The means for locking the endoprosthesis may comprise locking protrusions, notches, a chemical bond, a curable bond, or other mechanism. The woven fibers comprising the endoprosth ...


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Michael S Williams, Kevin D Holbrook, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Joseph M DeSimone: Polymeric endoprosthesis and method of manufacture. SyneCor, Deanna Shirley Williams, April 10, 2012: US08152843 (1 worldwide citation)

Improved polymeric endoprostheses having reinforcement elements and methods of making the endoprostheses are disclosed. The devices disclosed exhibit improved overall compliance, selective regional compliance, and selective radial strength without varying the geometries of selected regions. Numerous ...


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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. Deanna J Shirley, May 20, 2004: US20040098100-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Improved endoprostheses comprising a delivery configuration and a deployed configuration and methods of manufacture are disclosed. Some embodiments according to the invention comprise woven tubular structures and means for maintaining said structures in their expanded configurations. In one embodime ...


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Michael S Williams, Kevin D Holbrook, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Joseph M DeSimone: Photo curable endoprosthesis and method of manufacture. Deanna J Shirley, May 20, 2004: US20040098110-A1

Novel endoprostheses comprising one or more photocurable materials are disclosed. Said endoprostheses may comprise regions wherein said photocurable materials are selectively disposed about said endoprosthesis and are cured according to desired parameters to achieve varying desired properties. Said ...


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Michael S Williams, Kevin D Holbrook, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Joseph M DeSimone: Polymeric endoprosthesis and method of manufacture. Deanna J Shirley, May 20, 2004: US20040098090-A1

Improved polymeric endoprostheses and methods of making endoprostheses are disclosed. Said endoprostheses exhibit improved overall compliance, selective regional compliance, and selective radial strength without varying the geometries of selected regions. Numerous other physical characteristics of s ...


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Michael S Williams, Richard A Glenn, Jeffrey A Smith, Kevin D Holbrook, Joseph M DeSimone: Endoprostheses and methods of manufacture. Deanna J Shirley, February 1, 2007: US20070026132-A1

A woven tubular endoprosthesis comprising means for locking the endoprosthesis in a deployed configuration is disclosed. The means for locking the endoprosthesis may comprise locking protrusions, notches, a chemical bond, a curable bond, or other mechanism. The woven fibers comprising the endoprosth ...