Globally Renowned Cosmetic Surgeons to Gather for AACS 2002 World Congress On Liposuction Surgery.
CHICAGO -- Beginning Friday, October 4, 2002, The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes, such as the improvement of the appearance of the face by removing wrinkles or reshaping the nose. will welcome ten "Masters" of cosmetic surgery and participants from around the world to the 2002 World Congress on Liposuction Liposuction Definition
Liposuction, also known as lipoplasty or suction-assisted lipectomy, is cosmetic surgery performed to remove unwanted deposits of fat from under the skin. Surgery. The three-day meeting will be held from Friday, October 4, 2002 through Sunday, October 6, 2002, at the Westin Westminster in Westminster (Denver), Colorado.
The "Masters" scheduled to attend include: -- Roger E. Amar, MD of Marseille, France -- Sydney R. Coleman, MD of New York City, New York -- Alberto DiGuiseppe, MD of Ancona, Italy -- Richard L. Dolsky, MD of Havertown, Pennsylvania -- Giorgio Fischer, MD of Rome, Italy -- Pierre F. Fournier, MD of Paris, France -- Robert F. Jackson, MD of Marion, Indiana -- Jeffrey A. Klein, MD of San Juan Capistrano, California -- Patrick J. Lillis, MD of Loveland, Colorado -- Marco Gasparotti, MD of Rome, Italy
Liposuction, still considered the number one surgical cosmetic procedure in the world, will be the main focus of the meeting; however, additional topics will be addressed as well. Highlights of the 2002 World Congress on Liposuction Surgery include:
-- Low level laser-assisted liposuction -- Prevention of liposuction complications and patient safety -- Liposuction as an obesity treatment -- Breast reduction through liposuction
For more information regarding registration or media access to the 2002 World Congress on Liposuction Surgery, please contact the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery at 312.981.6760 or visit http://www.cosmeticsurgery.org/ .
The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery is a professional medical society whose members are dedicated to patient safety and physician education in cosmetic surgery. Most members of the AACS are dermatologic surgeons, facial plastic surgeons, head and neck surgeons, general surgeons, oral and maxillofacial maxillofacial /max·il·lo·fa·cial/ (-fa´sh'l) pertaining to the maxilla and the face.
Relating to or involving the maxilla and the face. surgeons, plastic surgeons or ocular ocular /oc·u·lar/ (ok´u-lar)
1. of, pertaining to, or affecting the eye.
1. Of or relating to the eye or the sense of sight. plastic surgeons -- all of whom specialize in cosmetic surgery. AACS is an organization that represents a group of cosmetic surgeons in the American Medical Association through its seat in the AMA House of Delegates House of Delegates
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