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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang: End flange for a magnetic resonance imaging system and method of manufacturing. General Electric Company, The Small Patent Law Group, Dean D Small, December 3, 2013: US08598872

An end flange for a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system and method for manufacturing an end flange are provided. One end flange is for a vacuum vessel of the MRI system. The vacuum vessel includes a housing configured to receive therein a magnet assembly and an end flange forming an end of the h ...


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Longzhi Jiang
Mark Derakhshan, Longzhi Jiang, William Einziger, Xiaoxue Diao, Benjamin Gronemeyer, Erman Citirik: Coil support for a magnetic resonance imaging (mri) magnet and method of support. December 27, 2012: US20120325996-A1

A coil support arrangement for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging System and method of support are provided. One coil support arrangement includes a main former body having a plurality of channels between end flanges and a splint coupled to the main former body between the end flanges. The coil support ar ...


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Charles Sperry
Charles W Hull, Charles R Sperry: Inkjet Solid Imaging System and Method for Solid Imaging. 3D Systems, Summa Allan & Additon, September 18, 2008: US20080226346-A1

Solid imaging apparatus and methods for use are disclosed that reduce the amount of uncured solid imaging build material remaining on a completed build object following the completion of the solid imaging build process. The amount of uncured build material is reduced through the use of either an unc ...


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Martin D Chader, Ivan Faul, Timothy L Feaver, Waldean A Schulz: Imaging system having interactive medical instruments and methods. Image Guided Technologies, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 8, 1997: US05617857 (316 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved imaging system and method. The imaging system is of the type having a medical instrument including a source for emitting detectable energy and an instrument body having a work portion. The imaging system further includes detector for detecting the energy and a proc ...


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Peter R Mick, Mark Savet: Three-dimensional mammal anatomy imaging system and method. Alfred C Hill, November 16, 1993: US05261404 (280 worldwide citation)

A method and a system to provide images of the internal anatomy of a mammal wherein first images of a selected one of body cavities of the mammal are provided by externally generated tomography slice data employing existing tomography techniques, wherein second images are provided by a unique endosc ...


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Eva M Sevick Muraca, Dilip Y Paithankar: Fluorescence imaging system and method. Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Transfer, Woodard Enhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, February 2, 1999: US05865754 (234 worldwide citation)

A system and method non-invasive biomedical optical imaging and spectroscopy with low-level light is described. The technique consists of a modulated light source (120) coupled to tissue (100) of a patient to introduce excitation light. Fluorescent light emitted in response to the excitation light i ...


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Baxter J Garcia: Synthesized stereoscopic imaging system and method. Medi Vision Technologies, Wigman Cohen Leitner & Myers, April 23, 1996: US05510832 (185 worldwide citation)

An observer is presented, through a pair of viewing glasses, a field/frame multiplexed, synthesized three-dimensional or stereoscopic image on single monitor generated from a two-dimensional monocular video signal. The field/frame multiplexed, synthesized 3D image is generated in a converter. A cont ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, El Sayed I Eid, David A Inglis: Active pixel sensor and imaging system having differential mode. Lucent Technologies, May 20, 1997: US05631704 (151 worldwide citation)

An active pixel imaging system and method to generate an differential output signal consisting of the differences in a viewed image between adjacent detected flames. A buffered electrical charge storage capacity of the active pixel sensor is utilized to provide a system with reduced complexity and h ...


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James M Carver, Andreas F Kotowski: Relocatable X-ray imaging system and method for inspecting vehicles and containers. Rapiscan Security Products, Jones Day, April 1, 2003: US06542580 (147 worldwide citation)

A readily relocatable X-ray imaging system for inspecting the contents of vehicles and containers, and a method for using the same. In a preferred embodiment, the system is relatively small in size, and is used for inspecting containers and passenger vehicles, such as cars, SUVs, and small trucks, a ...


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John L Perry, Thomas D Gamble: Continuous high speed tomographic imaging system and method. Ensco, Daniel W Sixbey, Nixon Peabody, May 22, 2001: US06236709 (138 worldwide citation)

The continuous, high speed, tomographic imaging system moves a closed package containing concealed objects continuously along a conveyor belt past three spaced sensing stations. At each sensing station a plurality of X-ray sources each emit a fan beam in the same scan plane which passes through the ...