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World Journal of Surgery

, Volume 18, Issue 6, pp 807–810 | Cite as

From Kocher to Allgöwer: The International Society of Surgery/La Société Internationale de Chirurgie

  • Lloyd M. Nyhus
Société International de Chirurgie-Manuscripts Presented at the 35th World Congress of the International Society of Surgery, Hong Kong, August 1993
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Conclusion

The saga of the Society—from Kocher to Allgöwer-rings with true accomplishment. As we near the end of our first complete century, we can look back with a sense of satisfaction. At the same time we must recognize that there still is much to do.

I wish to paraphrase the words of Kocher's 1905 inaugural address:

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    Allgöwer, M., Troehler, U.: 80 Years of Société Internationale de Chirurgie (SIC) The International Society of Surgery (ISS). Membership Brochure. Basel, Société Internationale de Chirurgie (SIC)/International Society of Surgery (ISS), 1986Google Scholar
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    Kocher, T.: Inaugural Address. First Congress of the Société Internationale de Chirurgie, Brussels, September 18–25, 1905. Brussels, Académies Royales de Belgique, 1906Google Scholar
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    Linder, F.: Presidential Address. Twenty-fifth Congress of the Société Internationale de Chirurgie, Barcelona, September 22–29, 1973. In Report of the Meeting. Brussels, Société Internationale de Chirurgie, 1973Google Scholar

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© Société Internationale de Chirurgie 1994

Authors and Affiliations

  • Lloyd M. Nyhus
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  1. 1.Living Institute for Surgical Studies, Department of SurgeryUniversity of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago (M/C958)U.S.A.

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