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Boris Zvenyatsky, Ernest Aranyi, H Jonathan Tovey: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, January 24, 1995: US05383888 (550 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic surgery. The instrument includes a handle portion and an endoscopic portion. The endoscopic portion has an elongated tubular section having opposed proximal and distal ends, the proximal end of which extends from the handle port ...


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David A Nicholas, Ernie Aranyi, Boris Zvenyatsky, Paul A Matula, Stanley H Remiszewski, David T Green, Henry Bolanos: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, July 21, 1998: US05782859 (507 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic portion extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotably connected to a distal end portion of the endoscopic portion, and a retractor assemb ...


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David A Nicholas, Ernie Aranyi, Boris Zvenyatsky, Paul A Matula, Stanley H Remiszewski, David T Green, Henry Bolanos: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, May 7, 1996: US05514157 (409 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic portion extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotably connected to a distal end portion of the endoscopic portion, and a retractor assemb ...


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Boris Zvenyatsky, Ernest Aranyi, H Jonathan Tovey: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, March 4, 1997: US05607450 (372 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic surgery. The instrument includes a handle portion and an endoscopic portion. The endoscopic portion has an elongated tubular section having opposed proximal and distal ends, the proximal end of which extends from the handle port ...


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H Jonathan Tovey, Ernie Aranyi, Thomas D Guy, Joseph Pasqualucci, H Allan Alward, Michael Smith: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, April 4, 1995: US05403342 (365 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for performing a variety of endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures including the electrocauterization of tissue. The instrument includes a handle assembly, a tubular body extending from the handle assembly therein defining a longitudinal axis, a tool assembly associa ...


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David A Nicholas, Ernie Aranyi, Boris Zvenyatsky, Paul A Matula, Stanley H Remiszewski, David T Green, Henry Bolanos: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, August 8, 2006: US07087071 (356 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic portion extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotably connected to a distal end portion of the endoscopic portion, and a retractor assemb ...


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Boris Zvenyatsky, Ernest Aranyi, H Jonathan Tovey: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, June 16, 1998: US05766205 (346 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic surgery. The instrument includes a handle portion and an endoscopic portion. The endoscopic portion has an elongated tubular section having opposed proximal and distal ends, the proximal end of which extends from the handle port ...


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H Jonathan Tovey, Brian G Russell: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, February 21, 1995: US05391180 (313 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic portion extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotably connected to a distal end of the endoscopic portion, and a bladed retractor assembl ...


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H Jonathan Tovey, Ernest Aranyi: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, May 23, 1995: US05417203 (230 worldwide citation)

An endoscopic surgical instrument is provided which includes a handle portion and an elongated endoscopic portion. The endoscopic portion has a fixed inner tubular section which depends from the handle portion, and an outer tubular section mounted for coaxial reciprocating movement with respect to t ...


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David A Nicholas, Brian G Russell, Boris Zvenyatsky, Paul A Matula, Stanley H Remiszewski: Articulating endoscopic surgical apparatus. United States Surgical Corporation, February 13, 1996: US05490819 (185 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument is provided for use in endoscopic or laparoscopic procedures. The instrument includes a handle portion, an endoscopic portion extending from the handle portion, an articulating section pivotably connected to a distal end of the endoscopic portion, and a retractor assembly opera ...