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Julio C Palmaz: Expandable intraluminal graft, and method and apparatus for implanting an expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Ben D Tobor, March 29, 1988: US04733665 (2530 worldwide citation)

An expandable intraluminal vascular graft is expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The graft may be a wire mesh tube.


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Julio C Palmaz: Expandable intraluminal graft, and method and apparatus for implanting an expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Ben D Tobor, October 11, 1988: US04776337 (1215 worldwide citation)

An expandable intraluminal vascular graft is expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The graft may be a wire mesh tube, having a biologically inert coating thereon.


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Julio C Palmaz: Expandable intraluminal graft, and method and apparatus for implanting an expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Ben D Tobor, April 26, 1988: US04739762 (1152 worldwide citation)

An expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular graft is expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The graft may be a thin-walled tubular member having a plurality of slots disposed substantially parallel ...


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Julio C Palmaz: Expandable intraluminal graft, and method and apparatus for implanting an expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Ben D Tobor, April 7, 1992: US05102417 (818 worldwide citation)

A plurality of expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular grafts are expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The grafts may be thin-walled tubular members having a plurality of slots disposed substanti ...


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Richard A Schatz: Expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Ben D Tobor, March 23, 1993: US05195984 (606 worldwide citation)

A plurality of expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular grafts are expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The grafts may be thin-walled tubular members having a plurality of slots disposed substanti ...


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Schatz Richard A: Expandable intraluminal graft.. Expandable Grafts Partnership, April 25, 1990: EP0364787-A1 (307 worldwide citation)

A plurality of expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular grafts are expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The grafts may be thin-walled tubular members (71) having a plurality of slots (82) disposed ...


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Palmaz Julio C, Schatz Richard A: Expandable intraluminal graft and apparatus for implanting an expandable intraluminal graft.. Expandable Grafts Partnership, October 4, 1989: EP0335341-A1 (208 worldwide citation)

A plurality of expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular grafts (70) are expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The grafts (70) may be thin-walled tubular members having a plurality of slots (82) dis ...


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Richard A Schatz: Expandable intraluminal graft. Expandable Grafts Partnership, Tobor & Goldstein L, May 11, 1999: US05902332 (194 worldwide citation)

A plurality of expandable and deformable intraluminal vascular grafts are expanded within a blood vessel by an angioplasty balloon associated with a catheter to dilate and expand the lumen of a blood vessel. The grafts may be thin-walled tubular members having a plurality of slots disposed substanti ...


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Joseph G Furst: Coated intraluminal graft. Vickers Daniels & Young, March 27, 2001: US06206916 (160 worldwide citation)

An expandable intraluminal graft for use within a body cavity having a tubular shaped member with two ends and a wall surface disposed between the ends. The tubular shaped member has a first diameter to permit intraluminal delivery of the member into a body cavity, and a second expanded diameter. Co ...