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2013 Advanced Techniques in Elbow Surgery

Volunteer Note

Scott P. Steinmann, MD and Mark Baratz, MD
Advanced Techniques in Elbow Surgery will be the only course in 2013 to cover all aspects of elbow surgery including trauma and arthroscopy.  The first day will allow for significant cadaver lab experience in all aspects of elbow arthroscopy.  Significant time has been set aside to allow for case discussion and faculty debate on timely issues.
 
The second day will cover all aspects of trauma including distal humerus, coronoid and radial head fractures.  The course will finish with significant laboratory time dedicated to elbow arthroplasty and a discussion of revision elbow arthroplasty.
 
Registration closes July 19, 2013, so enroll today!
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