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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Seiler & Quirk, July 3, 1979: US04159546 (144 worldwide citation)

An improved intraocular lens comprises a plastic lens body and a plurality of flexible and memory retaining non-biodegradable strands, each strand having one end secured to the lens body and the opposite end unsecured. Preferably, the strands are composed of polypropylene. In cataract surgery, follo ...


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Steven P Shearing: Phacoemulsification, irrigation and aspiration method and apparatus. Bradford E Kile, Kevin M O Brien, Ruffin B Cordell, October 13, 1992: US05154696 (59 worldwide citation)

In a method and apparatus for phacoemulsification cataract surgery, a primary handpiece operable for phacoemulsification, irrigation and aspiration is inserted through a first incision in the limbus of an eye at a 12 o'clock position. An auxiliary handpiece for aspiration is inserted during the phac ...


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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Seiler Quirk & Tratos, February 16, 1988: US04725278 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved intraocular lens comprises a plurality of lens segments secured in a flexible and distortable frame member whereby the lens may be temporarily folded for insertion into the eye through a relatively small corneal incision. The preferred lens segments have a thickness of about 1.0 mm or le ...


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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Seiler Quirk & Tratos, April 14, 1987: US04657546 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved intraocular lens comprises a plurality of lens segments secured in a flexible and distortable frame member whereby the lens may be temporarily folded for insertion into the eye through a relatively small corneal incision. The preferred lens segments have a thickness of about 1.0 mm or le ...


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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Jerry R Seiler, May 30, 1989: US04834754 (13 worldwide citation)

An intraocular lens comprises an optical lens body having a plurality of lens segments held together by a thin flexible material secured to one of the lens body surfaces and to at least two of the lens segments. The lens body may be temporarily folded by overlapping the lens segments and inserting a ...


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Steven P Shearing: Intraocular lens. Seiler Quirk & Tratos, November 3, 1987: US04704124 (6 worldwide citation)

An improved intraocular lens comprises a plurality of lens segments secured in a flexible and distortable frame member whereby the lens may be temporarily folded for insertion into the eye through a relatively small corneal incision. The preferred lens segments have a thickness of about 1.0 mm or le ...