Three-day symposium on hand surgery concludes

Sakal Times
Sunday, 23 July 2017

Speaking to Sakal Times, Dr Jindal noted that many patients face issues with respect to their hand and this symposium is important as it gives the doctors an overview of new technologies coming up in their field.

Pune: Hand injuries are important, but they often go undiagnosed, noted Dr Pankaj Jindal. He was speaking during a three-day symposium on ‘Instructional Course in Hand Surgery’, which was organised in Poona Hospital and Research Centre.

The three-day symposium, which started on Friday, was organised by The Indian Orthopedic Association, Maharashtra Orthopedic Association and Pune Orthopedic Society.

Speaking to Sakal Times, Dr Jindal noted that many patients face issues with respect to their hand and this symposium is important as it gives the doctors an overview of new technologies coming up in their field.

“There are many aspects and diseases that the doctors in the country are not familiar with and hence, many cases have witnessed a delayed diagnosis. With such dedicated symposiums we tend to spread awareness about the problems and new technologies,” said Dr Nahate.

 

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