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Robert Lashinski, Matthew Birdsall: Stent for improved transluminal deployment. Arterial Vascular Engineering, Richard L Klein, September 22, 1998: US05810868 (46 worldwide citation)

A stent and method for manufacturing a stent comprising an expandable, generally tubular body portion in which one or both ends of the stent are provided with a generally rounded, smooth radiused portion that forms a bulbous protrusion out of the plane of the circumference of the stent. The design o ...


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Robert D Lashinski, Matthew J Birdsall: Stent for improved transluminal deployment. Richard L Klein, Deanna J Shirley, June 6, 2000: US06071296 (2 worldwide citation)

A stent and method for manufacturing a stent comprising an expandable, generally tubular body portion in which one or both ends of the stent are provided with a generally rounded, smooth radiused portion that forms a bulbous protrusion out of the plane of the circumference of the stent. The design o ...


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Lashinski Robert, Birdsall Matthew: Stent for improved transluminal deployment. Applied Vascular Eng, June 11, 1997: EP0778011-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a stent and method for manufacturing a stent (21) comprising an expandable, generally tubular body portion in which one or both ends (22, 23) of the stent are provided with a generally rounded, smooth radiused portion that forms a bulbous protrusion (20) out of the plane of ...


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Lashinski Robert, Birdsall Matthew: Extenseur permettant un meilleur deploiement transluminal, Stent for improved transluminal deployment. Medtronic Vascular, CASSAN MACLEAN, June 11, 2002: CA2190794

A stent and method for manufacturing a stent comprising an expandable, generally tubular body portion in which one or both ends of the stent are provided with a generally rounded, smooth radiused portion that forms a bulbous protrusion out of the plane of the circumference of the stent. The design o ...


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Lashinski Robert, Birdsall Matthew: Extenseur permettant un meilleur deploiement transluminal, Stent for improved transluminal deployment. Arterial Vascular Engineering, Medtronic Vascular, CASSAN MACLEAN, June 10, 2003: CA2360059

A stent and method for manufacturing a stent comprising an expandable, generally tubular body portion in which one or both ends of the stem are provided with a generally rounded, smooth radiused portion that forms a bulbous protrusion out of the plane of the circumference of the stent. The design of ...