SAGES Resident Webinar:Upper and Lower Endoscopy: Endoscopic Management of Surgical Disease

 

This webinar on endoscopy has been developed specifically for residents and features four expert panelists: Jeffrey Marks, MD (Chair); Brian Dunkin, MD; John Mellinger, MD; Ben Poulose, MD


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    James Bittner on May 17, 2011
    The talks were very informative. Some may be beyond the scope of residents, but it allows residents with minimal exposure to endoscopy can see what other surgeons of capable of.

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