AANS


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AANS

American Academy of Neurological Surgeons.
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IMRIS returns to the exhibition hall at AANS 2012 with a comprehensive booth (#835) demonstrating the VISIUS Surgical Theatre and its integrated technologies optimized for intraoperative imaging in a neurosurgical environment.
org/ or contact the AANS Development Department at 847-378-0500 or jaq@aans.
The AANS is dedicated to advancing the specialty of neurological surgery in order to provide the highest quality of neurosurgical care to the public.
If he wants to fight the allegation, he must leave his South Florida practice to travel to an AANS hearing in Toronto, Canada.
The organization established ethics rules related to expert testimony about 18 years ago, said AANS attorney Russell Pelton, and those rules are now being proposed as a model for the American Medical Association (AMA).
The AANS and CNS stand firm that dismantling our current structure or creating a huge government bureaucracy is not necessary to achieve meaningful healthcare reform.
Furthermore, AANS and CNS leaders are disappointed in the process leading to the development of this bill.
Using our technology and expertise in partnership with the AANS, Codman will provide surgeons with the NPH registry to enable a greater understanding of the disease and the effects of treatment," said Rich Gliklich, MD, CEO of Outcome.
The AANS Section of the site will include two areas, one for patients, the other for medical professionals.
Portions of the 2000 American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) Annual Meeting held in San Francisco in April, is now available for viewing by the 5,800 members of the AANS, through the initial webcast for MedLeader.
The 'on demand' service will be available in May for viewing by the more than 5,600 members of AANS.