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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. SURx, Townsend&Townsend&Crew, July 18, 2000: US06091995 (318 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to the ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. Solarant Medical, Mark D Barrish Esq, Townsend & Townsend & Crew, December 28, 2004: US06836688 (115 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. SURx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, July 1, 2003: US06587731 (83 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. Solarant Medical, Lynn M Thompson, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, August 3, 2004: US06772013 (59 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally relying on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, January 27, 2009: US07483755 (34 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to the ...


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Frank W Ingle, Garry L Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. AMS Research Corporation, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, March 30, 2010: US07689290 (21 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally relying on energy delivered to a patient's pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to the e ...


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Ingle Frank, Carter Garry, Laufer Michael D: Devices, methods and systems for shrinking tissues. Surx, BARRISH Mark D, May 14, 1998: WO/1998/019613 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems, and methods for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvis tissue to selectively contract or shrink a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder (b). The energy will be preferably applied to the endo-pelvic ...


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Ingle Frank, Carter Garry, Laufer Michael D: Devices, methods and systems for shrinking tissues. Surx, December 22, 1999: EP0964652-A1

Devices, systems, and methods for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvis tissue to selectively contract or shrink a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder (b). The energy will be preferably applied to the endo-pelvic ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. Solarant Medical, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, December 23, 2004: US20040260368-A1

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally relying on energy delivered to a patient's pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to the e ...


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Frank Ingle, Garry Carter, Michael D Laufer: Devices, methods, and systems for shrinking tissues. SURx, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, February 19, 2004: US20040034400-A1

Devices, systems, and method for treating urinary incontinence generally rely on energy delivered to a patient's own pelvic support tissue to selectively contract or shrink at least a portion of that pelvic support tissue so as to reposition the bladder. The energy will preferably be applied to the ...