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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Matthew J Huddleston, Thomas J Ward, Mark A Goldin, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Wood Herron & Evans L, January 10, 2006: US06984241 (139 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...


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Paul A Spence, Warren P Williamson IV, George Christakis, Mark Ortiz, Craig B Berky, Douglas P Allen, Matthew J Huddleston, Delbert Ted Leimbach, Cecil R Robinson, E Dale VanHoose, Thomas J Ward, Marty J Warnecke: Apparatus and method for performing an anastomosis. Origin Medsystems, Thelen Reid & Priest, May 20, 2003: US06565581 (34 worldwide citation)

An anastomosis is performed using a flexible mounting structure mounted on the outside of at least one vessel. Fasteners extend through the vessel and are bent towards the incision to attach the flexible mounting structure to the vessel in a manner that controls the edge of the vessel adjacent to th ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical L L C, Wood Herron & Evans L, November 3, 2009: US07611521 (31 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Paul A Spence, Warren P Williamson IV, George Christakis, Mark Ortiz, Craig B Berky, Douglas P Allen, Matthew J Huddleston, Delbert Ted Leimbach, Cecil R Robinson, E Dale VanHoose, Thomas J Ward, Marty J Warnecke: Apparatus and method for performing an anastomosis. Origin Medsystems, Law Office of Alan W Cannon, April 26, 2005: US06884251 (11 worldwide citation)

An anastomosis is performed using a flexible mounting structure mounted on the outside of at least one vessel. Fasteners extend through the vessel and are bent towards the incision to attach the flexible mounting structure to the vessel in a manner that controls the edge of the vessel adjacent to th ...


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Douglas P Allen, Dominic P DiNovo, Matthew J Huddleston, Kenneth E Hughes, George A Keller, Keith A Kuisick, Rebeccah P Quam, Cecil R Robinson, Jonathan E Turner, Ernest D VanHoose, Thomas J Ward, Warren P Williamson IV: Apparatus and methods for automated handling and embedding of tissue samples. Biopath Automation, Wood Herron & Evans L, May 25, 2010: US07722810 (8 worldwide citation)

An automated machine for handling and embedding tissue samples contained on microtome sectionable supports. The machine includes an input member configured to hold a plurality of the microtome sectionable supports prior to a tissue embedding operation. An output member is configured to hold a plural ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson IV, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical L L C, Wood Herron & Evans L, February 14, 2012: US08114129 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Wayne L Poll, Matthew J Huddleston, Caroline M Crisafulli, Adam Landis, Gregory Drach: View optimizer and stabilizer for use with surgical scopes. Minimally Invasive Devices, Shay Glenn, June 9, 2015: US09050037 (2 worldwide citation)

The present application discloses several devices for maintaining visualization with a surgical scope. The embodiments of the device are adapted to shield, defog or clean the lens of the surgical scope while the surgical scope is being used to perform a surgical procedure within a patient's body. In ...


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J Stuart Wolf Jr, Brian M Yoder, Matthew J Huddleston, Adam Landis: Electrical cautery device. The Regents of The Universtiy of Michigan, Harness Dickey & Pierce, June 19, 2012: US08202269

An electrical surgical cautery device for delivering thermal energy to cauterize and provide hemostasis to a bleeding tissue comprises an electrically powered flexible thermal delivery element having a substantially planar resistive coil embedded in a thermally conductive material. The thermally con ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson, Craig B Berky, Thomas J Ward, Matthew J Huddleston, Mark A Goldin, William J Christy, Perry DeFazio, Brian Scott Schumacher, Terence Lee Murphy, Nickola Symone Lewis, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Tendon Technology, Ortheon Medical, Wood Herron & Evans, September 30, 2004: US20040193217-A1

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor assemblies connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor assemblies or struct ...


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Lawrence M Lubbers, Kenneth E Hughes, Carl R Coleman, Warren P Williamson, Craig B Berky, Matthew J Huddleston, Thomas J Ward, Mark A Goldin, Jeremy Jarrett, Joseph E Young: Apparatus and methods for tendon or ligament repair. Wood Herron & Evans, June 20, 2002: US20020077631-A1

Apparatus and methods for repairing damaged tendons or ligaments. Various repair apparatus include an elongate tensile member and a pair of anchor structures connected for movement along the tensile member on either side of a repair site, such as a tear or laceration. The anchor structures may take ...