Updates in General Surgery, Feb. 7-10, 2020, in Vail, Colorado, will feature practical guidance for hernia and colorectal care, managing acute care patients and rural surgery practices.
Updates in General Surgery offers the latest management and treatment options for general surgeons involving hernia, breast, bariatric, oncology, HPB, endocrine, colorectal and foregut surgery.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease Institute is seeing a 30 percent increase in volumes year over year. Chief Matthew Kroh, MD, explains efforts to provide the highest quality digestive disease services in the Middle East.
Hernia surgeons will gather with world-renowned experts for Updates in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, Jan. 14-16 at Disney World. The program will feature a full day dedicated to robotic surgery.
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