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Arch Surg. 2004;139(1):115-116. doi:10.1001/archsurg.139.1.115.
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2004

    JANUARY
  • 12-17

    Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, Amelia Island, Fla

  • 14-17

    American Association for Hand Surgery, Palm Springs, Calif

  • 14-17

    Southern Association for Vascular Surgery, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico

  • 26-28

    The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, San Antonio, Tex

  • 31–Feb 3

    Southeastern Surgical Congress, Atlanta, Ga

    February
  • 8-11

    American Society of General Surgeons (in conjunction with the Rocky Mountain Advanced Laparoscopic Symposium), Vail, Colo

  • 11-14

    Society of University Surgeons, St Louis, Mo

  • 14-17

    Pacific Coast Surgical Association, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii

  • 19-25

    Society of Critical Care Medicine, Orlando, Fla

    March
  • 4-6

    Central Surgical Association, Chicago, Ill

  • 10-14

    Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Rancho Mirage, Calif

  • 18-21

    The Society of Surgical Oncology, New York, NY

  • 21-25

    International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, Maui, Hawaii

  • 23-26

    American Burn Association, Vancouver, British Columbia

  • 30–Apr 1

    Association of Program Directors in Surgery, Houston, Tex

  • 31–Apr 3

    Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons, Denver, Colo

    April
  • 1-4

    Society of Black Academic Surgeons, Washington, DC

  • 1-3

    Association for Surgical Education, Houston, Tex

  • 2-6

    American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, Charlottesville, Va

  • 15-17

    American Surgical Association, San Francisco, Calif

  • 18-21

    Southwestern Surgical Congress, Monterey, Calif

  • 24-27

    Spring Meeting, American College of Surgeons, Boston, Mass

  • 25-28

    American Association for Thoracic Surgery, Toronto, Ontario

  • 28-30

    Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England

    May
  • 2-7

    Annual Clinical Congress, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Australia

  • 8-13

    The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons, Dallas, Tex

  • 14-19

    American Transplant Congress, Boston, Mass

  • 16-19

    Digestive Disease Week, Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract, New Orleans, La

  • 27-30

    American Pediatric Surgical Association, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla

    June
  • 3-6

    Joint Meeting, American Association for Vascular Surgery, Society for Vascular Surgery, Society for Vascular Ultrasound, Peripheral Vascular Surgery Society, Anaheim, Calif

  • 13-17

    International Association of Endocrine Surgeons, Uppsala, Sweden

  • 23-26

    Western Thoracic Surgical Association, Maui, Hawaii

    July
  • 31–August 5

    Surgical Section, National Medical Association, San Diego, Calif

    September
  • 9-11

    Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society, Omaha, Neb

  • 11-14

    Western Vascular Society, Victoria, British Columbia

  • 17-19

    New England Society for Vascular Surgery, Whitfield, NH

  • 29-Oct 3

    American Thyroid Association, Vancouver, British Columbia

  • 30-Oct 2

    New England Surgical Society, Montreal, Quebec

    October
  • 10-14

    Annual Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons, New Orleans, La

  • 10-14

    Association of Women's Surgeons, New Orleans, La

    November
  • 4-6

    Southern Thoracic Surgical Association, Cancun, Mexico

  • 6-10

    Western Surgical Association, Las Vegas, Nev

  • 11-13

    Association for Academic Surgery, Houston, Tex

    December
  • 5-8

    Southern Surgical Association, Palm Beach, Fla

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