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Raymond S Kasevich, James F McQueeney, Ronald H Crooker: Microwave balloon angioplasty. Kasevich Associates, Hale and Dorr, October 15, 1991: US05057106 (468 worldwide citation)

A microwave catheter system used for heating arterial plaque and including a catheter member adapted for positioning in the artery and an inflatable balloon supported at the distal end of the catheter member. Microwave energy is coupled by means of a transmission line to an antenna means. An optic f ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Myer Kolker, Arthur S Dwyer: In situ radio frequency selective heating system. Raytheon Company, Walter F Dawson, Richard M Sharkansky, Joseph D Pannone, July 3, 1984: US04457365 (288 worldwide citation)

The process and apparatus for extracting the products of kerogen in situ from an oil shale body by supplying energy selectively to the kerogen by high frequency electric fields in the frequency range between 100 kilohertz and 1000 megahertz at an intensity which heats the kerogen to a temperature ra ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, James F McQueeney, Ronald H Crooker: Collinear antenna array applicator. Kasevich Associates, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, October 20, 1987: US04700716 (175 worldwide citation)

A microwave collinear antenna array applicator for in situ or in vivo treatment of tumors and/or other materials by hyperthermia is disclosed. The array consists of a plurality of harmonically related resonant coaxial antenna elements connected electrically in series to provide uniform heating along ...


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Raymond S Kasevich: Dynamic heating method and radio frequency thermal treatment. January 18, 2000: US06016452 (173 worldwide citation)

A method and system for the delivery of radiofrequency energy to the tissue, particularly, the prostate, to alleviate the symptoms of BPH is disclosed. The system incorporates a bipolar or multipolar electrode array to create an electric field where the heat created is confined solely to a specific ...


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Raymond S Kasevich: Electromagnetic method and apparatus for the decontamination of hazardous material-containing volumes. Raymond S Kasevich, October 6, 1992: US05152341 (145 worldwide citation)

Methods for decontaminating near-surface facilities and water-containing regions of the earth contaminated with hazardous materials provide for (1) degrading hazardous materials in situ and/or (2) extracting hazardous materials from near-surface facilities in conjunction with other hazardous waste t ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, James F McQueeney, Ronald H Crooker: Method and apparatus for hyperthermia treatment. Kasevich Associates, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, October 11, 1988: US04776086 (139 worldwide citation)

A microwave collinear antenna array applicator for in situ or in vivo treatment of tumors and/or other materials by hyperthermia is disclosed. The array consists of a plurality of harmonically related resonant coaxial antenna elements connected electrically in series to provide uniform heating along ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Stuart M Selkowitz: Microwave devices for medical hyperthermia, thermotherapy and diagnosis. KAI Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, August 14, 2001: US06275738 (139 worldwide citation)

To treat and diagnose tissue, a radiating antenna system is positioned within the tissue to radiate electromagnetic energy into a portion of the tissue desired to be heated, and a plurality of antenna elements are positioned for receiving and/or reflecting the radiated electromagnetic energy from th ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Stuart M Selkowitz: Microwave systems for medical hyperthermia, thermotherapy and diagnosis. Kai Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, August 1, 2000: US06097985 (133 worldwide citation)

Medical systems and instruments which utilize microwave energy to provide heat treatment and diagnostic imaging of tissue are provided. One medical instrument has a collinear array having antennas configured to transmit electromagnetic energy so that the transmitted energy, in aggregate, is directed ...


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Raymond S Kasevich, Arthur S Dwyer, Bart G Guerreri: Microwave dipole probe for in vivo localized hyperthermia. SCD Incorporated, Joseph S Iandiorio, William E Noonan, September 23, 1986: US04612940 (129 worldwide citation)

A microwave dipole probe for in vivo localized hyperthermia includes an outer conductor and an inner conductor extending through and beyond the outer conductor. The portion of the inner conductor extending beyond the outer conductor is expanded in diameter relative to the portion within the outer co ...


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Raymond S Kasevich: Microwave devices for medical hyperthermia, thermotherapy and diagnosis. KAI Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, January 30, 2001: US06181970 (117 worldwide citation)

Medical systems and instruments which utilize microwave energy to provide heat treatment and diagnostic imaging of tissue are provided. One medical treatment system for treating tissue includes an antenna having a radiating element configured to transmit electromagnetic energy toward a desired area ...



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