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For the first time the highly successful Advanced Gynecologic Surgery Course developed by the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons in the United States is being put on in Europe. The course offers two full days of interactive sessions with prominent international faculty. The focus is on advanced gynecologic surgery for benign conditions. There will be detailed presentations on pelvic anatomy (by John DeLancey), benign hysterectomies, endometriosis and pelvic pain, complications, and obstetric emergencies.
The faculty consists of outstanding gynecologic surgeons from the U.S. and Europe.
The program will offer adequate time for interaction with the faculty in the sessions and in the breaks and the evening.
Vienna, a city with a rich history in Obstetrics and Gynecology (think Semmelweis, Schauta Wertheim, Halban, Tandler), is conveniently reached from all points in Europe and the Middle East. The hotels are in walking distance of the venue, which is in the center of town.
Who should attend?
The course is directed toward an international audience of gynecologists and obstetricians who wish to expand their knowledge base in benign gynecologic surgery.
Aigmüller | Bader | Betschart | DeLancey | Fenner | Gebhart | Geiss | Ghezzi | Hübner | Husslein | Kho | Kölbl | Kropshofer | Perucchini | Peschers | Preyer | Reisinger | Roovers | Schär | Strohbehn | Svabik | Tamussino | Tunn | Umek
Markus Kienmayer, MSc
Donauwörther Straße 12/1, 2380 Perchtoldsdorf
T: +43 1 869 21 23-515
F: +43 1 869 21 23-510