Société médicale d'imagerie, enseignement et recherche (SMIER)
12 Mar 1955, Paris (France), as International Medical Society of Photo Cinematography and Endoscopic and Radio-cinematographic Television -- Société médicale internationale de photo cinématographie et télévision endoscopique et radiocinématographie (SMIPCTER). Also known as Société médicale internationale d'endoscopie et de radiocinéma. Name changed to International Medical Society for Endoscopy and Radiology -- Société médicale internationale d'endoscopie et de radiologie, 11 May 1961.
Study and improve methods and instruments for carrying out endoscopic investigation and videoscopy; carry out research on investigation and videoscopy results achieved by such methods or instruments, and on the physiological and pathological aspects of the organs and apparatus so explored; disseminate the data thus obtained.Available with paid subscription only.
Works through Specialized Sections (3): Bronchology; Digestive Endoscopy; Urology. Organizes courses.
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