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Am J Dis Child. 1973;125(5):773-774. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1973.04160050109030.
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Postgraduate Course.  —The American Gastroenterological Association will sponsor a Postgraduate Course on Biliary Tract Disease, July 26 to 28, 1973, at the Playhouse, Aspen, Colo.The objective of the course is to bring the practicing physician up to date on recent advances in the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of biliary tract disease. The course will consist of three half-day sessions, each of which will combine lectures and discussions to cover both basic science and clinical topics.The course is designed primarily for physicians in general practice, internal medicine, surgery, and pediatrics with a strong interest in liver disease and gastroenterology. However, gastroenterologists and trainees wishing to review this area are also welcome. The course will not be directed to investigators in these fields.The course is approved for 12 hours prescribed credit by the American Academy of General Practice. For further information, write Henry D. Janowitz, MD, Mt. Sinai School


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