International Society for Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS-International)
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2000-02-19 Davos Switzerland
19 Feb 2000, Davos (Switzerland).
Unite individuals interest in computer assisted orthopaedic surgery; serve as a forum for the exchange of information of an investigative and clinical nature which relates to pre-operative planning, simulation, intraoperative execution and postoperative evaluation of orthopaedic surgical procedures by means of computer assistance; promote cooperation between orthopaedic surgeons and technologists.
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General Meeting. Executive Committee, including President, 2 Past Presidents, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General and Treasurer. Regional organization: E-XM0510 - Asian Society for Computer Assisted Surgery (CAOS Asia).
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