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William R Rank, Ronald L Nichols, Stephanie G Schoenberger: Helical-tipped lesion localization needle device and method of using the same. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, March 30, 1993: US05197482 (113 worldwide citation)

A lesion localization and marking wire and needle assembly for marking non-palpable lesions within the body. A marking device having a helically wound coil of wire attached to an end of the shaft which is insertable into the body through a needle or cannula for rotatingly anchoring the marking devic ...


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William R Rank, Ronald L Nichols, Stephanie G Schoenberger: Helical-tipped lesion localization needle device and method of using the same. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, May 28, 1991: US05018530 (102 worldwide citation)

A lesion localization and marking wire and needle assembly for marking non-palpable lesions within the body. A marking device having a helically wound coil of wire attached to an end of the shaft which is insertable into the body through a needle or cannula for rotatingly anchoring the marking devic ...


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William R Rank, Ronald L Nichols, Stephanie G Schoenberger: Helical-tipped lesion localization needle device and method of using the same. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, August 10, 1993: US05234426 (83 worldwide citation)

A lesion localization and marking wire and needle assembly for marking non-palpable lesions within the body. A marking device having a helically wound coil of wire attached to an end of the shaft which is insertable into the body through a needle or cannula for rotatingly anchoring the marking devic ...


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George K Broady, Ronald L Nichols, James D Pritchett: Remote activated surveillance system. Ultrak, Jenkens & Gilchrist, February 27, 1996: US05495288 (23 worldwide citation)

A surveillance system having a monitor, a camera connected to the monitor by a camera cable, an event recorder connected to the monitor by a recorder cable, and an activation unit connected to the camera by an activation unit cable. The monitor receives power through a power cable. A power supply in ...


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Scott J Phillips, Elliott A Eklund, Roger Leighton, John Murphy, Ronald L Nichols, Donald J Drake, Antonio L Williams: Printhead interposing maintenance apparatus and method and image producing machine having same. Xerox Corporation, Tallam I Nguti, July 20, 2004: US06764160 (8 worldwide citation)

A printhead interposing maintenance method and apparatus are provided for maintaining a printhead assembly within a relatively tight space in an image producing machine. The printhead interposing maintenance apparatus for the method includes (a) at least a first home position adjacent a first side o ...