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Jeffery L Bleich, Ron Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Spinal access and neural localization. Baxano, Shay Glenn, August 25, 2009: US07578819 (113 worldwide citation)

A method in which a probe is advanced between a neural tissue structure and a non-neural tissue structure such as the intervertebral foramen. The probe includes electrodes on opposite surfaces. Threshold currents required to stimulate action potentials for each electrode are determined. A ratio of t ...


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Bleich Jeffery L, Leguidleguid Ron, Bleam Jefferey: Spinal access and neural localization. Baxano, Bleich Jeffery L, Leguidleguid Ron, Bleam Jefferey, GLENN W Benjamin, January 17, 2008: WO/2008/008898 (29 worldwide citation)

A device for advancing a guidewire in a human body may include an elongate probe having a proximal portion, a distal portion and at least one lumen having a proximal opening and a distal opening. A curved guide member may be slidably disposed within the lumen of the probe and may include at least on ...


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Jeffery L Bleich, Ron Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Spinal access and neural localization. Baxano, Shay Glenn, April 16, 2013: US08419653 (10 worldwide citation)

A method for locating neural tissue in a patient body may involve: advancing a probe along a natural tissue interface between the neural tissue and another tissue in the body, the probe having a first surface oriented toward the neural tissue and a second surface oriented away from the neural tissue ...


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Bleich Jeffery L, Leguidleguid Ron, Bleam Jefferey: Spinal access and neural localization. Baxano, April 8, 2009: EP2043515-A2

A method for locating neural tissue in a patient body may involve: advancing a probe along a natural tissue interface between the neural tissue and another tissue in the body, the probe having a first surface oriented toward the neural tissue and a second surface oriented away from the neural tissue ...


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Jeffrey L Bleich, Ron Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Spinal Access and Neural Localization. Baxano, Baxano & Townsend And Townsend And Crew, November 16, 2006: US20060258951-A1

A method for locating neural tissue in a patient body may involve: advancing a probe along a natural tissue interface between the neural tissue and another tissue in the body, the probe having a first surface oriented toward the neural tissue and a second surface oriented away from the neural tissue ...


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Jeffery L Bleich, Ron Leguidleguid, Jefferey Bleam: Spinal access and neural localization. Shay Glenn, January 14, 2010: US20100010334-A1

A method for locating neural tissue in a patient body may involve: advancing a probe along a natural tissue interface between the neural tissue and another tissue in the body, the probe having a first surface oriented toward the neural tissue and a second surface oriented away from the neural tissue ...


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