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Leander Zickler, Scott J Catlin, Andrew Y Pang: Intracorneal inlay, system, and method. AMO Development, AMO Development, August 21, 2012: US08246609 (20 worldwide citation)

Method and system for modifying a refractive profile associated with an eye having a recipient cornea. The method includes obtaining a corneal tissue inlay from a donor cornea, forming a recipient bed in the recipient cornea, and positioning the corneal tissue inlay into the recipient bed to correct ...


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Timothy R Bumbalough, Rakhi Jain, Scott J Catlin, Tamara J Yorita: Accommodating intraocular lenses. Abbott Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, July 16, 2013: US08486142 (10 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens is disclosed, with an optic that changes shape in response to a deforming force exerted by the zonules of the eye. A haptic supports the optic around its equator and couples the optic to the capsular bag of the eye. Certain haptic features improve the accommodative performance of ...


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Hendrik A Weeber, Scott J Catlin: Ophthalmic lens, systems and methods with angular varying phase delay. AMO Groningen, AMO Groningen, May 21, 2013: US08444267 (8 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic lens, such as an intraocular lens (IOL), a phakic IOL or a corneal implant, and a system and method relating to same, having coupled thereto one or more rotationally asymmetric and/or non-continuous diffractive zones, such as for providing improved multifocal vision correction.


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Timothy Bumbalough, Rakhi Jain, Scott J Catlin, Tamara J Yorita: Accommodating intraocular lenses. Abbott Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, April 21, 2015: US09011532 (5 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens is disclosed, with an optic that changes shape in response to a deforming force exerted by the zonules of the eye. A haptic supports the optic around its equator and couples the optic to the capsular bag of the eye. Certain haptic features improve the accommodative performance of ...


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Hendrik A Weeber, Scott J Catlin: Ophthalmic lens, systems and methods having at least one rotationally asymmetric diffractive structure. Abbott Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, November 25, 2014: US08894204 (5 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic lens, such as an intraocular lens (IOL), a phakic IOL or a corneal implant, and a system and method relating to same, having coupled thereto and/or integrated thereon at least one rotationally asymmetric diffractive structure. The lens of the present invention may include a single or l ...


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Scott J Catlin, Theophilus Bogaert: Plungers for intraocular lens injectors. AMO Regional Holdings, AMO Regional Holdings, December 30, 2014: US08920494 (1 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens (IOL) injector for delivering an IOL into an eye of a patient includes an IOL load chamber and connected delivery tube, and a push rod for urging the IOL through the delivery tube and out of a distal tip thereof. The push rod is guided and biased against one side of the injector ...


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Daniel G Brady, Huawei Zhao, Edward Geraghty, Scott J Catlin: Intraocular lens with shape changing capability to provide enhanced accomodation and visual acuity. Abbott Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, July 21, 2015: US09084674

An intraocular lens for providing a range of accommodative vision, an extended depth of focus, or enhanced performance through the asymmetric transfer of ocular forces to the lens. The intraocular lens contains an optic and a haptic. The shape and/or material of the haptic results in the transmissio ...


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Theophilus Bogaert, Scott J Catlin: Plungers for intraocular lens injectors. Advanced Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, November 26, 2009: US20090292293-A1

An intraocular lens (IOL) injector for delivering an IOL into an eye of a patient. The injector includes an IOL load chamber and connected delivery tube, and a push rod for urging the IOL through the delivery tube and out of a distal tip thereof. The push rod is guided and biased against one side of ...


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Leander Zickler, Scott J Catlin, Andrew Y Pang: Intracorneal inlay, system, and method. AMO Development, Abbott Medical Optics, December 31, 2009: US20090326650-A1

Method and system for modifying a refractive profile associated with an eye having a recipient cornea. The method includes obtaining a corneal tissue inlay from a donor cornea, forming a recipient bed in the recipient cornea, and positioning the corneal tissue inlay into the recipient bed to correct ...


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Timothy R Bumbalough, Rakhi Jain, Scott J Catlin, Tamara J Yorita: Accommodating intraocular lenses. Abbott Medical Optics, October 20, 2011: US20110257742-A1

An intraocular lens is disclosed, with an optic that changes shape in response to a deforming force exerted by the zonules of the eye. A haptic supports the optic around its equator and couples the optic to the capsular bag of the eye. Certain haptic features improve the accommodative performance of ...



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