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Byron Kent Hayes, William R Hardwick, Charles F White, Mark D Butler: Implantable bioabsorbable article. W L Gore & Associates, Wayne D House, February 29, 2000: US06031148 (191 worldwide citation)

An implantable bioabsorbable article for the separation and regeneration of tissue at a tissue defect site in the form of a fibrous matrix laminarly affixed to both surfaces of a cell-barrier sheet material. When implanted it allows ingrowth of tissue into the fibrous matrix side of the material; si ...


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Hayes Byron Kent: Implantable bioabsorbable article.. Gore & Ass, September 22, 1993: EP0560934-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

An implantable bioabsorbable article for the separation and regeneration of tissue at a tissue defect site. The article comprises a fibrous matrix laminarly affixed to one surface of a cell-barrier sheet material. When implanted it allows ingrowth of tissue into the fibrous matrix side of the materi ...


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Hayes Byron Kent: Implantable bioabsorbable article. Wl Gore & Associates, SAMUELS Gary A, June 25, 1992: WO/1992/010218 (1 worldwide citation)

An implantable bioabsorbable article for the separation and regeneration of tissue at a tissue defect site. The article comprises a fibrous matrix laminarly affixed to one surface of a cell-barrier sheet material. When implanted it allows ingrowth of tissue into the fibrous matrix side of the materi ...


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Hayes Byron Kent: Article implantable bicarsorbable, Implantable bioabsorbable article. Wl Gore &Amp Associates, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, June 7, 1992: CA2094908

An implantable bioabsorbable article for the separation and regeneration of tissue at a tissue defect site. The article comprises a fibrous matrix laminarly affixed to one surface of a cell-barrier sheet material. When implanted it allows ingrowth of tissue into the fibrous matrix side of the materi ...