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ASSH Members Keynote Speakers at Annual Meeting of Swiss Society for Surgery of the Hand

Member Accomplishments

ASSH members Allen Bishop, MD and Neil Jones, MD were the keynote speakers at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society for Surgery of the Hand in Thun, Switzerland in November. 
 
Dr. Bishop gave 3 presentations on “Failed PIP Joint Arthroplasty,” “Ulnar Nerve Transposition” and “Vascularized bone Grafts for Scaphoid Non-union.”  Dr. Jones gave 3 presentations on “Indications and Current Surgical Techniques of Nerve Grafting,” “Tendon Transfers for Radial Nerve Palsy” and “Microsurgical Toe Transfers for Reconstruction of Congenital Hand Anomalies.”
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