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Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery.—This five-day course will be held March 3 through 6, 1988, and will provide an intensive series of laboratory sessions and lectures, supplemented by closed-circuit television coverage of procedures performed on cadavers. Comprehensive coverage of up-to-date reconstructive techniques in facial plastic surgery will be provided. The course will be held at The San Luis Hotel, Galveston, Tex, on the Gulf of Mexico. Galveston offers many historic attractions in addition to scenic beaches. For further information, contact Byron J. Bailey, MD, or Charles M. Stiernberg, MD, Galveston, Tex; (409) 761-2701.
Hair Transplantation.—This course will be held March 16 through 20, 1988, and will present the latest techniques in hair replacement surgery, including flap surgery, scalp reconduction, micrografting, and scalp expansion. It will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel, Los Angeles, just outside of Beverly Hills, Calif. For further information, contact Richard W. Fleming, MD, or
Announcements. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1988;114(2):129. doi:10.1001/archotol.1988.01860140027011
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