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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. NDO Surgical, Fish & Richardson P C, December 16, 2003: US06663639 (534 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. ndo Surgical, Fish & Richardson P C, August 10, 2004: US06773441 (421 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos Cruz, Jonathan O Keefe, Richard Andrews, Vincent A Puicci Jr, Michael Barenboym, Neal H Marshall, Randal B Chinnock: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. Ethicon Endo Surgery, August 17, 2010: US07776057 (69 worldwide citation)

A method includes advancing an apparatus having an elongated member transorally into the stomach. The apparatus includes a distal end effector having first and second members configured to engage tissue. The first and second members are movable relatively toward one another generally in a first plan ...


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Nutter McClennen & Fish, November 15, 2011: US08057494 (10 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. NDO Surical, Dean Garner, June 15, 2010: US07736373 (9 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Laufer Michael D, Cerier Jeffrey C, Cruz Amos, O Keefe Jonathan, Andrews Richard, Chuttani Ram, Piucci Vincent A, Barenboym Michael, Marshall Neal H, Chinnock Randal B: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. Ndo Surgical, Laufer Michael D, Cerier Jeffrey C, Cruz Amos, O Keefe Jonathan, Andrews Richard, Chuttani Ram, Piucci Vincent A, Barenboym Michael, Marshall Neal H, Chinnock Randal B, DEVLIN Peter J, January 30, 2003: WO/2003/007796 (5 worldwide citation)

A method includes advancing an apparatus (10) including an elongated member (12) transorally into the stomach. The apparatus (10) includes a distal end effector (15) having first and second members (16) configured to engage tissue. The first and second members (16) are movable relatively toward one ...


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. Ethicon Endo Surgery, March 1, 2011: US07896893 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. ndo Surgical a Massachusetts corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, September 30, 2004: US20040193184-A1

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos G Cruz: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. ndo Surgical a Massachusetts corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, February 10, 2005: US20050033328-A1

Methods and devices are provided for reconfiguring a tissue within a hollow body organ using an entirely endoscopic approach in order to effectively reduce flow of fluid contents into a second hollow body organ in fluid communication with the first.


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Michael D Laufer, Jeffrey C Cerier, Amos Cruz, Jonathan O Keefe, Richard Andrews, Vincent A Piucci, Michael Barenboym, Neal H Marshall, Randal B Chinnock: Methods and devices for tissue reconfiguration. ndo surgical a Massachusetts corporation, Fish & Richardson PC, February 2, 2006: US20060025789-A1

A method includes advancing an apparatus having an elongated member transorally into the stomach. The apparatus includes a distal end effector having first and second members configured to engage tissue. The first and second members are movable relatively toward one another generally in a first plan ...