International Society for Digestive Surgery (ISDS)
1969-09-29 Rome Italy
29 Sep 1969, Rome (Italy), as Collegium Internationale Chirurgiae Digestivae (CICD). Statutes modified 9 Jun 1972, Strasbourg (France); 4 Sep 1986, Jerusalem (Israel); 6 Nov 1990, Delhi (India); 18 Sep 1998, Madrid (Spain); 8 Sep 2000, Hamburg (Germany); 10 Dec 2004, Yokohama (Japan). Present name adopted 1998. Registered in the State of Wisconsin (USA).
Promote at an international level the study of surgery of the digestive system; bring before national and international societies problems of a surgical nature connected with diseases of the digestive system; recommend standards for the education of digestive surgeons.
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