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Naomi L Nakao, Peter J Wilk: Endoscopic stapling device and method. R Neil Sudol, Henry D Coleman, October 20, 1992: US05156609 (559 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument comprises an elongate forceps member having a diameter sufficiently small so that the forceps member is slidably insertable into a biopsy channel extending longitudinally through a tubular endoscope member, the forceps member being provided at a distal end with a pair of forcep ...


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Naomi L Nakao, Peter J Wilk: Endoscopic stapling device and method. R Neil Sudol, Henry D Coleman, May 14, 1991: US05015249 (224 worldwide citation)

A surgical stapling apparatus comprises an endoscope, an elongate flexible tubular member slidably disposed in a biopsy channel of the endoscope, an elongate flexible rod member slidably disposed inside the tubular member and a staple disposed in a closed configuration inside the endoscope biopsy ch ...


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Naomi L Nakao, Peter J Wilk: Endoscopic stapling device and method. R Neil Sudol, Henry D Coleman, September 17, 1991: US05049153 (223 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument comprises an elongate flexible forceps member having a diameter sufficiently small so that the forceps member is slidably insertable into a biopsy channel extending longitudinally through a flexible tubular endscope member, the forceps member being provided at a distal end with ...


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Nakao Naomi, Wilk Peter J: Endoscopic stapling device and method. Nakao Naomi, Wilk Peter J, SUDOL R Neil, July 11, 1991: WO/1991/009569

A surgical instrument (20) comprises an elongate flexible forceps member (22) having a diameter sufficiently small so that the forceps member is slidably insertable into a biopsy channel (24) extending longitudinally through a flexible tubular endoscope member (26), the forceps member being provided ...


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Nakao Naomi, Wilk Peter J: Endoscopic stapling device and method. Nakao Naomi, Wilk Peter J, SUDOL R Neil, November 12, 1992: WO/1992/019144

A surgical instrument comprises an elongate forceps member (34) having a diameter sufficiently small so that the forceps member is slidably insertable into a biopsy channel (24) extending longitudinally through a tubular endoscope member (26), the forceps member being provided at a distal end with a ...