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The Southern Section Meeting of the Triologic Society was held at the Marriott Marco Island (Fla) Resort from January 13 through 15, 1994.
Edward W. Stevenson, MD, vice president for the Southern Section, introduced a new technology to avoid speaker's neck strain: a rear view mirror and video monitor at the podium to observe the screens.
Chapman T. McQueen, MD, and colleagues, Chapel Hill, NC, studied cadaveric orbits from a population similar to that found in the United States. By dividing the orbits into quadrants, they documented distances to the optic nerve. (1)
Endoscopic approach to the pediatric orbit, for drainage of subperiosteal abscess and biopsy of tumors, was described by James G. Burson, MD, and collaborators, Atlanta, Ga. This was shown to be a satisfactory alternative to the traditional external approach. (2)
Another endoscopically assisted procedure
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