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William T Clark III: Expanding mesh catheter. December 14, 1976: US03996938 (527 worldwide citation)

The diameter of a normally cylindrical mesh on the distal end of a flexible catheter is increased by a manually operated plunger so as to remove a clot from the vessel as the catheter is withdrawn.


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William T Clark III: Embolectomy catheter. June 21, 1977: US04030503 (223 worldwide citation)

A spiral helix is affixed on the distal end of a flexible catheter.


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William T Clark III: Rotating cutter catheter. May 3, 1977: US04020847 (124 worldwide citation)

An elongate blunt-ended hollow tube is affixed on the distal end of a flexible catheter. A cutting edge along one side of a lengthwise slot in the tube wall cuts off irregularities from the inside of a vessel and feeds them into the hollow interior of the tube as the catheter is rotated.


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William T Clark III: Biocompatible hemoperfusion system. Littlepage Quaintance Murphy Richardson and Webner, September 13, 1977: US04048064 (62 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible hemoperfusion system employing a polymer-coated detoxicant composition comprising a solid detoxicant having a semipermeable polymer coating which substantially retains free heparin is disclosed. The semipermeable polymer coating has an effective pore size permitting waste metabolites ...


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William T Clark III: Method and apparatus for generating electricity. Littlepage Quaintance Murphy Richardson and Webner, May 8, 1979: US04153757 (36 worldwide citation)

Two spaced electrodes having a load in an external circuit connected between them are disposed in an electrically conductive liquid, and energy is imparted to the liquid in such manner that energized free electrons in the liquid excite free electrons which flow into one electrode to a greater degree ...


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William T Clark III: Method and apparatus for producing high-fidelity images by synchronous phase coherent digital image acquisition. Pillsbury Winthrop, November 27, 2001: US06323910 (19 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for synchronizing sampling of a video signal to a video synchronization signal of the video signal are provided. The frequency-divided output of an oscillator (or other controllable frequency source) is applied as one input to a phase detector, while the other input to the ph ...


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William T Clark III: Method of immune modification by means of extracorporeal irradiation of the blood. Littlepage & Webner, March 18, 1986: US04576143 (18 worldwide citation)

In order to modify the immune system in humans having symptoms of a disorder of the immune system characterized by the presence of lymphocytes not apparently activated such lymphocytes are deactivated by a limited and closely controlled extracorporeal irradiation of an intensity and duration suffici ...


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William T Clark III: Hot wire cutting system. Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, July 22, 1986: US04601224 (11 worldwide citation)

A hot wire cutting system for cutting a pattern shape in a block of polyfoam for use as a casting mold for a metal shielding block to be used in radiotherapy treatments is described. The system provides proportioned current responsive to deflection of the hot cutter wire in order to cancel the defle ...


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William T Clark III: Hot wire cutting system. Nies Webner Kurz & Bergert, October 13, 1987: US04699032 (10 worldwide citation)

A hot wire cutting system for cutting a pattern shape in a block of polyfoam for use as a casting mold for a metal shielding block to be used in radiotherapy treatments is described. The system provides proportioned current responsive to deflection of the hot cutter wire in order to cancel the defle ...


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William T Clark III: Method and apparatus for tomographic imaging and image reconstruction using recombinant transverse phase differentials. Intellectual Property Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, Intellectual Property Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, June 2, 1998: US05761331 (10 worldwide citation)

A method for imaging or reconstructing an image of an object includes the following steps: obtaining multiple original views of the object, each original view being obtained at a different relative orientation of the object from each other view; combining the multiple original views in an image plan ...