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AIUM plans multilingual conference

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The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine has announcedplans for its first educational effort designed for Latin Americanmedical practitioners. Simultaneous Spanish translation will be featured at the AmericasConference on Ultrasound, a three-day

The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine has announcedplans for its first educational effort designed for Latin Americanmedical practitioners.

Simultaneous Spanish translation will be featured at the AmericasConference on Ultrasound, a three-day symposium beginning June2, 1996 at the Fountainebleau Hilton in Miami.

The conference, coordinated by University of North Carolina radiologistDr. Carol Mittelstaedt, revolves around ob/gyn topics. A technicalexhibit will be part of the event. For information, call 800/638-5352.

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