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Mark Levy: Expandable orthopedic device. Expanding Orthopedics, Bingham McCutchen, August 31, 2004: US06783530 (198 worldwide citation)

An intramedullary device used to stabilize a variety of fractured bones includes a plurality of resilient spine elements. A porous interconnection structure interconnects the spine elements, such as a mesh or a plurality of struts connected between the spine elements. The device expands at one or bo ...


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Mark Levy: Expandable orthopedic device. Lyon & Lyon, July 17, 2001: US06261289 (192 worldwide citation)

An intramedullary device used to stabilize any of a variety of fractured bones. The device includes a plurality of resilient spine elements and a porous interconnection structure, which interconnects the plurality of spine elements. The porous interconnection structure can be composed of a mesh or p ...


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Moe Khosravy, Lev Novik, Jorg Thomas Pfenning, Myron C Thomas, Michael S Beckerman, Vladimir Sadovsky, Mark Levy: Synchronization orchestration. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, February 15, 2011: US07890646 (12 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for orchestrating synchronizations between different targets in a synchronization community. The order and nature of synchronizations may depend on multiple factors, including the initiator of the synchronization, the data being synchronized, and other characteristics of the sync ...


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Dale Chadwick, Mark Levy, Gary Roden, John Schneider: Electrical connector for worn electrical outlets. Society of American Independent Inventors, Salzman & Levy, September 9, 1997: US05664958 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a removable electrical connector or adapter for securing the contact prongs of an electric plug to a worn outlet. The connector has a housing with at least two opposing, nonconducting side portions. Each side portion has a top and a bottom. Two contact prongs are space ...


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Mark Levy, Jack Dann: Synthesized voice production. Mark Levy, Hinman Howard & Kattell, February 2, 2010: US07657289 (4 worldwide citation)

A communications system for receiving and transmitting information signals. An electronic processor is adapted to receive information signals from at least one source, operatively connected to the electronic processor. An audible signal generator generates sounds related to the information signals. ...


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Mark V Pierson, Mark Levy: Toothpaste dispenser. Mark Levy, Hinman Howard & Kattell, December 15, 2015: US09211558

A toothpaste dispenser having an upper chamber and an inlet port connected for receiving toothpaste and a lower chamber and an outlet port connected for dispensing toothpaste. Suction is created to draw toothpaste into the inlet port, and then forced through the outlet port during actuation. Initiat ...