International Union of Angiology (IUA)
Union internationale d'angiologie
1958-09 San Remo Italy
Founded Sep 1958, San Remo (Italy), as successor to International Provisional Committee set up in 1951. Full title: International Union of Angiology - Society for Vascular Medicine, Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Interventions -- Union internationale d'angiologie - société pour la Médecine et la Chirurgie Vasculaire ainsi que les Interventions Endovasculaires. Constitution modified 25 Jun 2006, Lisbon (Portugal); Jul 2012, Prague (Czech Rep). Registered in accordance with French law, 9 Oct 1982.
Stimulate at an international level scientific knowledge in the whole field of angiology, diseases of blood vessels and their social incidence.
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