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March 1999

May 1999-February 2000

Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1999;125(3):361-362. doi:10.1001/archotol.125.3.361

  • 1999

    • May

    • 22-23 The AO ASIF Distraction Osteogenesis Course, Louisville, Ky. This course is intended to provide a forum through which attendees may gain a clear understanding of the principles of distraction osteogenesis, as applied in the craniomaxillofacial skeleton according to AO ASIF principles and techniques. A hands-on workshop will be held where participants will utilize treatment planning tools and apply distraction and postdistraction management principles discussed in previous lectures. 12 AMA category 1 continuing education credits will be awarded. For information, contact AO ASIF Continuing Education Office, 1690 Russell Rd, PO Box 1766, Paoli, PA 19301; tel: (800) 769-1391; fax: (610) 251-5039.

    • June

    • 12-13 Atlanta, Ga.

    • July

    • 17-18 Montreal, Quebec.

    • August

    • 7-8 East Elmburst, NY.

    • May

    • The AO ASIF Maxillofacial Course will be held on the above dates in 3 cities. The course is intended for instructional training in the operative treatment of fractures, nonunions, osteotomies, and facial reconstruction involving the mandible, maxilla, and midface according to AO ASIF principles and techniques. Lectures will be combined with demonstrations, videotapes, discussions, and practical exercises. 14 AMA category 1 continuing education credits will be awarded. For information, contact AO ASIF Continuing Education Office, 1690 Russell Rd, PO Box 1766, Paoli, PA 19301; tel: (800) 769-1391; fax: (610) 251-5039.

    • October

    • 7-10 The Second Berlin Course on Traumatology of the Head and Neck (with exercises of osteosynthesis and live operation). For information and registration, contact Arne Ernst, MD, PhD, at the Department of Otolaryngology at UKB, Rapsweg 55, D-12683 Berlin, Germany; tel: 030 5681 2801; fax: 030 5681 2903; e-mail: ernst.orl.ukberlin@t-online.de.

    • 10-14 The Ninth International Lasersurgery Course in Otorhinolaryngology, with special attention to transoral laser resection of supraglottic larynx cancer and laser treatment of hemangiomas, Kiel, Germany. For information, contact H. Rudert, MD, Department of ORL, HNS, University of Kiel, Arnold-Hellerstr 14, 24105, Kiel, Germany; tel: 49 431 597 2242; fax: 49 431 597 2272.

    • 21-23 The Sixth International Course in Modern Rhinoplasty Techniques and Symposium "The External Approach in Rhinoplasty," Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The teacher of honor will be Peter Adamson, Toronto, Canada. For further information, contact: Gilbert J. Nolst Trenité, MD, PhD, Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam, ENT Department, PO Box 22700/A2-233, 1100 DE Amsterdam, the Netherlands; tel: 00 31 20 566 8586; fax: 00 31 20 691 3850.

    • November

    • 13-14 The AO ASIF Maxillofacial (Mid-Tier) Course, Dallas, Tex. The course is intended for advanced training in the operative management of trauma and reconstruction of the craniofacial patient. Lectures will be combined with demonstrations, videotapes, discussions, and practical exercises. 12 AMA category 1 continuing education credits will be awarded. For information, contact AO ASIF Continuing Education Office, 1690 Russell Rd, PO Box 1766, Paoli, PA 19301; tel: (800) 769-1391; fax: (610) 251-5039.

  • 2000

    • February

    • 27-29 The AO ASIF Advanced Symposium on Craniomaxlliofacial, Breckenridge, Colo. The course is designed for surgeons who have interest/experience in stable location techniques and philosophy. The invited faculty will include clinicians from 3 specialities (oral and maxillofacial, otolaryngology–head and neck, and plastic and reconstructive surgery). 20 AMA category 1 continuing education credits will be awarded. For information, contact AO ASIF Continuing Education Office, 1690 Russell Rd, PO Box 1766, Paoli, PA 19301; tel: (800) 769-1391; fax: (610) 251-5039.

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