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Arch Surg. 2002;137(1):118-119. doi:10.1001/archsurg.137.1.118.
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  • 2002

    • January

    • 9-12

      American Association for Hand Surgery, Cancun, Mexico

    • 16-19

      Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Orlando, Fla

    • 26-30

      Society of Critical Care Medicine, San Diego, Calif

    • 27-30

      Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Ft Lauderdale, Fla

    • February

    • 1-5

      Southeastern Surgical Congress, Nashville, Tenn

    • 14-16

      Society of University Surgeons, Honolulu, Hawaii

    • 15-18

      Pacific Coast Surgical Association, Las Vegas, Nev

    • 21-24

      American Venous Forum, La Jolla, Calif

    • March

    • 7-9

      Central Surgical Association, Pittsburgh, Pa

    • 13-16

      Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, New York, NY

    • 14-17

      Society of Surgical Oncology, Denver, Colo

    • April

    • 1-6

      Association of Program Directors in Surgery, Baltimore, Md

    • 2-6

      Association for Surgical Education, Baltimore, Md

    • 7-9

      American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

    • 7-10

      Southwestern Surgical Congress, Huntington Beach, Calif

    • 13-14

      American Society of General Surgeons, San Diego, Calif

    • 14-17

      American College of Surgeons, Spring Meeting, San Diego, Calif

    • 18-20

      Society of Black Academic Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga

    • 24-27

      American Burn Association, Chicago, Ill

    • 25-27

      American Surgical Association, Hot Springs, Va

    • 27-May 1

      American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Washington, DC

    • May

    • 5-8

      American Association for Thoracic Surgery, Washington, DC

    • 19-22

      Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, San Francisco, Calif

    • 19-22

      American Pediatric Surgical Association, Phoenix, Ariz

    • 22-26

      International Union of Angiology, XII Mediterranean Congress of Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Paphos, Cyprus

    • June

    • 3-8

      American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Chicago, Ill

    • 9-12

      Society for Vascular Surgery, Boston, Mass

    • 19-22

      Western Thoracic Surgical Association, Big Sky, Mont

    • August

    • 3-8

      National Medical Association, Surgical Section, Honolulu, Hawaii

    • September

    • 13-14

      Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society, Madison, Wis

    • 26-27

      New England Society for Vascular Surgery, Rockport, Me

    • 27-29

      New England Surgical Society, Dixville Notch, NH

    • October

    • 6-11

      American College of Surgeons, Annual Clinical Congress, San Francisco, Calif

    • 6-11

      Association of Women's Surgeons, San Francisco, Calif

    • 9-13

      American Thyroid Association, Los Angeles, Calif

    • November

    • 7-9

      Association for Academic Surgery, Boston, Mass

    • 7-9

      Southern Thoracic Surgical Association, Miami, Fla

    • 17-20

      Western Surgical Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    • December

    • 1-4

      Southern Surgical Association, Palm Beach, Fla





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