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Richard T Schneider, Richard H Keates: Ophthalmic surgery system. RTS Laboratories, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter and Schmidt, March 10, 1987: US04648400 (73 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic surgery system (10) for performing corneal keratotomies and resectomies utilizes a light source (12) which generates a pulsed beam in the ultraviolet/vacuum ultraviolet region. The beam is received by a sealed base unit (16) and attached rotatable subunit (18) which shape, focus, and p ...


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Marc Odrich, Kenneth Greenberg, Jerome A Legerton, Charles R Munnerlyn, John K Shimmick: Method and systems for laser treatment of presbyopia using offset imaging. VISX Incorporated, Lynn M Thompson, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 16, 2003: US06663619 (71 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic surgery system and method for treating presbyopia by performing ablative photodecomposition of the corneal surface. A laser system ablates tissue to a predetermined ablation shape, and the cornea heals significantly to form a multifocal shape correcting presbyopia. The multifocal shape ...


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Robert Cavoto, Anthony DiGiacomo, Christopher V Kayser, Joseph D Spinosa: Cassette assembly for ophthalmic surgery system. United Sonics, Hoffmann & Baron, February 27, 1990: US04904168 (38 worldwide citation)

A cassette and a cassette receptacle assembly are provided for use in an ocular surgical system. The cassette includes a housing which defines an arcuate race. A flexible tube extends across the race and conveys a fluid when compressed by the rollers of a roller pump. A slot is defined by the housin ...


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Marc Odrich, Kenneth Greenberg, Jerome A Legerton, Charles R Munnerlyn, John K Shimmick: Method and systems for laser treatment of presbyopia using offset imaging. Townsend And Townsend And Crew, December 20, 2001: US20010053906-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic surgery system and method for treating presbyopia by performing ablative photodecomposition of the corneal surface. The offset image of a variable aperture, such as a variable width slit and variable diameter iris diaphragm, is scanned in a preselected pattern to perform ablative sculp ...


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Odrich Marc, Greenberg Kenneth, Legerton Jerry, Munnerlyn Charles R, Shimmick John K: Method and systems for laser treatment of presbyopia using offset imaging. Visx Incorporated, Odrich Marc, Greenberg Kenneth, Legerton Jerry, Munnerlyn Charles R, Shimmick John K, BARRISH Mark D, September 10, 1999: WO/1999/044492 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention is an ophthalmic surgery system, and method for treating presbyopia by performing ablative photodecomposition of the corneal surface (200). The offset image of a variable aperture, such as a variable width slit, and variable diameter iris diaphragm, is scanned in a preselected pattern ...


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Tuan M Tran, James Gerg: Adjustable foot pedal control for ophthalmic surgery. Abbott Medical Optics, Abbott Medical Optics, March 1, 2016: US09271806

A foot pedal control for a surgical system, e.g., an ophthalmic surgery system, that adjusts to a number of different sizes of user's shoes. The foot pedal control has a treadle on which a user places his or her foot and a sensor that tracks the movements thereof. Adjustable lateral guides mount to ...


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Eyad Ammari, Steven T Charles: Ophthalmic surgical system with moveable light filter. Novartis, S Brannon Latimer, December 26, 2017: US09849029

An ophthalmic surgical system can include a light source configured to generate a light beam and a filter wheel disposed between the light source and an intraocular illumination device. The filter wheel can include an unfiltered area, a first filtered area, and a second filtered area. The first and ...


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Odrich Marc, Greenberg Kenneth, Legerton Jerry, Munnerlyn Charles R, Shimmick John K: System for laser treatment of presbyopia. Visx, December 20, 2000: EP1059873-A1

This invention is an ophthalmic surgery system, and method for treating presbyopia by performing ablative photodecomposition of the corneal surface (200). The offset image of a variable aperture, such as a variable width slit, and variable diameter iris diaphragm, is scanned in a preselected pattern ...


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Odrich Marc, Greenberg Kenneth, Legerton Jerry, Munnerlyn Charles R, Shimmick John K: System for laser treatment of presbyopia. Visx, April 12, 2006: EP1645222-A1

This invention is an ophthalmic surgery system, and method for treating presbyopia by performing ablative photodecomposition of the corneal surface (200). The offset image of a variable aperture, such as a variable width slit, and variable diameter iris diaphragm, is scanned in a preselected pattern ...


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Lutz Andersohn: Systems and methods for delivering light to a surgical site. Bausch & Lomb Incorporated, Jeffrey B Powers, May 14, 2013: US08439903

An ophthalmic surgery system for delivering light to a surgical site includes an ophthalmic surgical console including a light source to generate light and a processor operably coupled to the light source and a surgical handpiece operably coupled to the ophthalmic surgical console via an optical fib ...