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Gary S Roubin, Geoffrey Hamilton White, Sriram S Iyer, Russell J Redmond, Claude A Vidal: Non-Foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Cornerstone Devices, Raymond Sun, October 27, 1998: US05827321 (304 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal prosthesis is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts and apices connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimension which is smaller ...


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Gary S Roubin, Geoffrey Hamilton White, Sriram S Iyer, Russell J Redmond, Claude A Vidal: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, Raymond Sun, August 22, 2000: US06106548 (229 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal prosthesis is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts and apices connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimension which is smaller ...


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Gary S Roubin, Geoffrey Hamilton White, Sriram S Iyer, Russell J Redmond, Claude A Vidal: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, Raymond Sun, November 5, 2002: US06475236 (114 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal prosthesis is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts and apices connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimension which is smaller ...


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Geoffrey Hamilton White, Russell J Redmond, Alan K Plyley: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, Raymond Sun, April 19, 2005: US06881222 (57 worldwide citation)

A stent has a plurality of cells disposed about the circumference of the stent, with at least one cell having a plurality of struts that are connected together to form the cell. At least one strut has a portion that compensates for foreshortening of the struts during expansion of the stent.


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Gary S Roubin, Geoffrey Hamilton White, Sriram S Iyer, Russell J Redmond, Claude A Vidal: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, Raymond Sun, July 20, 2004: US06764506 (55 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal prosthesis is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts and apices connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimension which is smaller ...


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Roubin Gary S, Vidal Claude A, Iyer Sriram S, Redmond Russell J, White Geoffrey Hamilton: Prothese intraluminale non susceptible de raccourcir, Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Cornerstone Devices, Endosystems, MOFFAT & CO, August 13, 1998: CA2280131 (1 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal prosthesis (40) is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts (42, 44) and apices (46) connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimensi ...


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Robert A Connor, Tariq M Janjua: Method of radially-asymmetric stent expansion. Aneuclose, March 6, 2018: US09907684

This invention gives physicians in situ control to create differences in wall porosity between different areas of a stent wall. This enables a physician to customize the stent within a blood vessel to selectively block blood flow to an aneurysm with a low-porosity area of the stent wall, but allow b ...


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Geoffrey Hamilton White, Russell J Redmond, Alan K Plyley: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, Raymond Sun, May 13, 2014: US08721705

A stent has a plurality of cells disposed about the circumference of the stent, with at least one cell having a plurality of struts that are connected together to form the cell. At least one strut has a portion that compensates for foreshortening of the struts during expansion of the stent.


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Roubin Gary S, White Geoffrey Hamilton, Iyer Sriram S, Redmond Russell J, Vidal Claude A: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, August 23, 2000: EP1028772-A1

An intraluminal prosthesis (40) is provided with a plurality of annular elements. Each annular element includes a plurality of struts (42, 44) and apices (46) connected to form an annular configuration. Each annular element has a compressed state and an expanded state, and has a longitudinal dimensi ...


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White Geoffrey H, Redmond Russell J, Plyley Alan K: Non-foreshortening intraluminal prosthesis. Endosystems, August 28, 2002: EP1233723-A1

A stent has a plurality of cells (56) disposed about the circumference of the stent, with at least one cell having a plurality of struts (24, 30, 36, 42) that are connected together to form the cell. At least one strut has a compensating portion (60) of which compensates for foreshortening of the st ...