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Zvika Gilad: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer, June 28, 2011: US07967745 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides, according to some embodiments, an in vivo imaging device, comprising a mount having at least one illumination source. The mount may be in electrical communication with the illumination source. The device may further include a circuit board and a contact clip for secur ...


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Khait Semion, Gilad Zvika: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, October 4, 2006: EP1707105-A1 (12 worldwide citation)

A substantially spherical in vivo imaging device may be used for imaging body lumens in the GI tract. The imaging device may include for example a ballast weight for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially spherical shape of the in vivo imaging device m ...


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Iddan Gavriel J, Gilad Zvika: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, Iddan Gavriel J, Gilad Zvika, EITAN PEARL LATZER 2 Gav Yam Center 7 Shenkar Street 46725 Herzlia, July 15, 2004: WO/2004/059568 (7 worldwide citation)

A substantially spherical in vivo imaging device (40) may be used for imaging body lumens in the GI tract. The imaging device (40) may include for example a ballast or weight (74) for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially spherical shape (52) of the i ...


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Khait Semion, Gilad Zvika: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, November 2, 2006: JP2006-297080 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a substantially spherical in vivo imaging device for imaging a body lumen in the gastrointestinal tract.SOLUTION: The imaging device may include for example a ballast weight for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially sp ...


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Iddan Gavriel J, Gilad Zvika: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, September 21, 2005: EP1576530-A1

A substantially spherical in vivo imaging device (40) may be used for imaging body lumens in the GI tract. The imaging device (40) may include for example a ballast or weight (74) for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially spherical shape (52) of the i ...


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Zvika Gilad: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer, April 3, 2008: US20080081949-A1

The present invention provides, according to some embodiments, an in vivo imaging device, comprising a mount having at least one illumination source. The mount may be in electrical communication with the illumination source. The device may further include a circuit board and a contact clip for secur ...


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Semion Khait, Zvika Gilad: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, Pearl Cohen Zedek, August 4, 2005: US20050171398-A1

A substantially spherical in vivo imaging device may be used for imaging body lumens in the GI tract. The imaging device may include for example a ballast weight for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially spherical shape of the in vivo imaging device m ...


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Gavriel J Iddan, Zvika Gilad: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Pearl Cohen Zedek, March 16, 2006: US20060056828-A1

A substantially spherical in vivo imaging device (40) may be used for imaging body lumens in the GI tract. The imaging device (40) may include for example a ballast or weight (74) for setting a preferred orientation of the device within the body lumen. The substantially spherical shape (52) of the i ...


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Semion Khait, Zvika Gilad: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, Pearl Cohen Zedek, October 5, 2006: US20060224040-A1

An in vivo imaging device including one or more components for example an imager, a transmitter and a circuit board having rigid sections and flexible sections According to some embodiments, the in vivo imaging device components may be electrically joined and/or stacked together using three-dimensio ...


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Gilad Zvika: In vivo imaging device and method of manufacture thereof. Given Imaging, Gilad Zvika, PEARL COHEN ZEDEK LATZER, April 30, 2009: WO/2009/053968

A method of manufacturing an in vivo imaging device comprising the steps of: coating an electrical component with a scaffold micro-structure; assembling the micro-structure on a circuit board; and encapsulating the circuit board in a swallowable capsule.