Surgeons

Some articles on surgeons, surgeon:

The Society Of Elite Laparoscopic Surgeons
... The Society of Elite Laparoscopic Surgeons is a non-profit organization based in Chandler, AZ, existing for the purpose of promoting access to minimally invasive surgery ... The organization is made up of member gynecologic surgeons, and holds annual meetings in various locales ...
Lister Medal
... The Lister Medal is an award presented by the Royal College of Surgeons of England in recognition of contributions to surgical science ... It is named after the English surgeon Joseph Lister (1827-1912), whose work on antiseptics established the basis of modern sterile surgery ... In 1920, the Royal College of Surgeons of England became the trustees and administrators of the fund ...
Ship's Doctor - Royal Navy
... They were generally called surgeons ... The Navy Board qualified surgeons through an examination at the Barber-Surgeons' Company and they were responsible to the Sick and Wounded Board under the Navy Board ... By 1814, the Royal Navy had 14 physicians, 850 surgeons, 500 assistants surgeons caring for 130,000 men on shore and at sea ...
Lip Plumper - Current Popular Procedures
... The relative ease of many injections is due to surgeons using tiny 30 and 31 gauge (about as thick as a dozen human hairs) needles that are used to inject the very sensitive lips ... Surgeons harvest through liposuction or excision the patient's fat from places on the body where it can be spared and either injected or surgically placed into the lips ... According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there were 778,000 cases of Restylane injection in 2006, the most recent year for which statistics are ...
Samuel P. Moore - Civil War Service
... Army surgeon ... to lead the new Confederate Army Medical Department as surgeon general ... Smith, who had been the acting surgeon general ...