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Tibor Juhasz, Josef F Bille: Intrastromal photorefractive keratectomy. Escalon Medical Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, November 30, 1999: US05993438 (144 worldwide citation)

A method for performing intrastromal photorefractive keratectomy in the cornea of an eye, using a pulsed, laser beam to photodisrupt a portion of the cornea, includes the initial step of focusing the beam to a focal spot at a selected starting point in the stroma. The starting point is located at a ...


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Tibor Juhasz: Method for corneal laser surgery. Escalon Medical Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, August 29, 2000: US06110166 (138 worldwide citation)

A method for corneal laser surgery includes directing the focal point of a focused laser beam at a start point in the stroma. The focal point is then moved along a predetermined path in the cornea to photodisrupt tissue and to create a flap or a plug of corneal tissue. Specifically, the flap or plug ...


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Kyle R Webb, Michael F Brownell, Christopher Horvath, Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz, Laszlo I Nagy, Mark W Ross, Carlos G Suarez: Ocular fixation and stabilization device for ophthalmic surgical applications. IntraLase, Fulbright & Jaworski L, March 8, 2005: US06863667 (117 worldwide citation)

A disposable stabilization and applanation device for reconfiguring the cornea of an eye for ophthalmic laser surgery, includes an applanation lens that is disposed in a particular spatial position with respect to an incident laser beam. The applanation lens is inserted into the central opening of a ...


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R Kyle Webb, Michael F Brownell, Christopher Horvath, Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz, Laszlo I Nagy, Mark W Ross, Carlos G Suarez: Ocular fixation and stabilization device for ophthalmic surgical applications. Intralase, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, March 28, 2006: US07018376 (108 worldwide citation)

A method for applanating an anterior surface of a cornea and coupling the eye to a surgical laser is disclosed. A interface is provided which has a central orifice and top and bottom surfaces. A suction ring is removably coupled to the bottom surface of the interface. The interface is positioned ove ...


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Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz: Disposable contact lens for use with an ophthalmic laser system. IntraLase, Fulbright & Jaworski, April 16, 2002: US06373571 (106 worldwide citation)

A device for use in laser ophthalmic surgery includes a laser system, a disposable contact lens and an adjustable retainer ring for mounting the contact lens on the laser system. In order to properly align the disposable contact lens to the laser system, reference marks on the contact lens are broug ...


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Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz: Corneal aplanation device. Intralase Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, July 3, 2001: US06254595 (103 worldwide citation)

A disposable aplanatic lens for reconfiguring the cornea of an eye for ophthalmic laser surgery includes a lens which has a flat anterior surface that is substantially parallel to a flat aplanation surface. A skirt surrounds the aplanation surface and extends outwardly therefrom to define a chamber. ...


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Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz, Carlos G Suarez: Device and method for reducing corneal induced aberrations during ophthalmic laser surgery. IntraLase, Fulbright & Jaworski, September 23, 2003: US06623476 (93 worldwide citation)

A disposable lens for reconfiguring the cornea of an eye for ophthalmic laser surgery includes a lens which has a flat anterior surface that is formed opposite a contact surface. A skirt surrounds the contact surface and extends outwardly therefrom to define a chamber. The skirt is formed with a gro ...


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Tibor Juhasz, Ronald M Kurtz: Device and method for removing gas and debris during the photodisruption of stromal tissue. Intralase Corporation, Fulbright & Jaworski L, February 5, 2002: US06344040 (84 worldwide citation)

A device for removing gas and debris from the stroma of an eye during ophthalmic laser surgery includes a contact lens that is formed with a recessed chamber. The device also includes a suction pump that is connected in fluid communication with the recessed chamber. In operation, the stroma is stabi ...


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Tibor Juhasz, Zachary S Sacks, Ronald M Kurtz, Gerard A Mourou: Device and method for internal surface sclerostomy. The University of Michigan, Nydegger & Associates, November 14, 2000: US06146375 (79 worldwide citation)

An ab interno method for transscleral photodisruption of tissue on the interior surface of the sclera includes selecting a wavelength for a laser beam. The selected wavelength may be either from a first range of wavelengths (0.4-1.4 .mu.m) which is normally strongly scattered as it is transmitted th ...


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David S Knowles, James H Azzola, Herve A Besaucele, Palash P Das, Alexander I Ershov, Igor V Fomenkov, Tibor Juhasz, Robert G Ozarski, William N Partlo, Daniel A Rothweil, Richard L Sandstrom, Richard C Ujazdowski, Tom A Watson, Richard M Ness: Reliable. modular, production quality narrow-band KRF excimer laser. Cymer, John R Ross Esq, November 23, 1999: US05991324 (78 worldwide citation)

A reliable, modular, production quality narrow-band KrF excimer laser capable of producing 10 mJ laser pulses at 1000 Hz with a bandwidth of about 0.6 pm or less. The present invention is especially suited to long-term round-the-clock operation in the lithographic production of integrated circuits. ...