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Arch Surg. 2000;135(1):98-99. doi:10.1001/archsurg.135.1.98.
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  • 2002

    • january

    • 5-8

      American Association for Hand Surgery, Miami Beach, Fla.

    • 30-February 1

      Pan-Pacific Surgical Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

    • 30-February 2

      Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Ft Lauderdale, Fla.

    • february

    • 5-8

      Southeastern Surgical Congress, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

    • 16-20

      Society of Critical Care Medicine, Orlando, Fla.

    • 19-22

      Pacific Coast Surgical Association, San Francisco, Calif.

    • march

    • 2-4

      Central Surgical Association, Chicago, Ill.

    • 4-7

      American Society of General Surgeons, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

    • 15-19

      Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Rancho Mirage, Calif.

    • 16-19

      Society of Surgical Oncology, New Orleans, La.

    • 28-April 1

      American Burn Association, Las Vegas, Nev.

    • 29-April 1

      Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, Atlanta, Ga.

    • april

    • 6-8

      American Surgical Association, Philadelphia, Pa.

    • 9-12

      Southwestern Surgical Congress, Colorado Springs, Colo.

    • 26-29

      Association of Program Directors in Surgery, Phoenix, Ariz.

    • 26-29

      Surgical Infection Society, Providence, RI.

    • 27-30

      Society of Black Academic Surgeons, Los Angeles, Calif.

    • 30-May 3

      American College of Surgeons Annual Spring Meeting, Washington, DC.

    • 30-May 3

      American Association for Thoracic Surgery, Toronto, Ontario.

    • may

    • 13-17

      American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Chicago, Ill.

    • 21-24

      Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, Digestive Disease Week, San Diego, Calif.

    • 21-24

      American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, San Diego, Calif.

    • 22-25

      American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, London, England, and Lille, France.

    • 25-28

      American Pediatric Surgical Association, Orlando, Fla.

    • june

    • 11-14

      Society for Vascular Surgery, Toronto, Ontario.

    • 25-30

      American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Boston, Mass.

    • july

    • 20-22

      Association of Women Surgeons, Beaver Creek, Colo.

    • august

    • 12-17

      Surgical Section, National Medical Association, Washington, DC.

    • september

    • 6-9

      International Society for Digestive Surgery, 17th World Congress, Hamburg, Germany.

    • october

    • 4-7

      American Society for Surgery of the Hand, Seattle, Wash.

    • 6-8

      New England Surgical Society, Boston, Mass.

    • 22-25

      Association of Women Surgeons, Chicago, Ill.

    • 22-27

      American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Chicago, Ill.

    • november

    • 1-3

      Association for Academic Surgery, Tampa, Fla.

    • 1-5

      American Pancreatic Association and International Association of Pancreatology, Chicago, Ill.

    • 10-11

      North Pacific Surgical Association, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

    • 12-15

      Western Surgical Association, San Diego, Calif.

    • december

    • 3-6

      Southern Surgical Association, Palm Beach, Fla.





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