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Clinical Congress 2015 Panel Sessions



The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Congress 2015, October 4-8 in Chicago, IL, will offer more than 100 Panel Sessions from leading experts. With the goal of fostering high-quality surgical care, these innovative sessions will cover a range of multispecialty topics of interest to surgeons, including the following:

• The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery: Evidence and Solutions for Achieving Health, Welfare, and Economic Development

• Women’s Health Day Panel Sessions:

–Gynecology for the Non-Gynecologic Surgeon

–The Surgeon’s Role in Treating Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders

–Cardiovascular Disease: It’s Not Just About Men

–What’s New in Body Contouring and Reconstructive Surgery

–Managing Pelvic Floor Disorders

• 10 Hot Topics in Clinical Care

• Challenging Paradigms in the Management of Breast Cancer: Is Less Surgery Really Better?

• Thoracic Aortic Disease Management: From the Aortic Valve to the Bifurcation

• Managing the Unexpected Adnexal Mass

• Challenging Trauma Lessons from the Experts

• New Horizons in Skull-Based Surgery

• Enhanced Recovery Protocols for Gastrointestinal Surgery: The SMART Approach

• Modern Management of the Mangled Extremity

Watch for the ACS Clinical Congress 2015 Program Planner and the online registration site, which will become available in June.

Visit the ACS website at or contact to get more information.

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