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April 1974


Arch Dermatol. 1974;109(4):592-594. doi:10.1001/archderm.1974.01630040090045

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Continuing Medical Education Credit  Hour-for-hour credit for courses will be given in Category 1 for physicians enrolled in the AMA Physician's Recognition Award postgraduate program. The sessions on general papers listed below are accredited for Category 2. Other medical societies offering continuing education programs usually accredit AMA courses for the highest cate gory on an hour-for-hour basis.

Sunday, June 23—9 AM-5 PMMcCormick Inn, Room S 

Course:  Dermatological Surgery for the Dermatologist (6 hours' credit)

Directors:  Sorrel S. Resnik, MD, Miami, Fla James Bernard Pinski, MD, ChicagoThis course is for physicians with major practice in dermatology. Practical aspects of electrosurgery, excisional surgery, and chemosurgery will be discussed in detail. Fundamental techniques, planning, and cosmetic considerations of hair transplants will follow. The second session will be devoted to an actual practice wet laboratory session for all in attendance and will include a review of sutures, knots, flaps, and other dermatologic

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