The American Head and Neck Society (formerly the American Society for Head and Neck Surgery), was founded in 1958 and currently serves over 1500 fellows, most of whom are head and neck surgeons in the disciplines of otolaryngology, general surgery, and plastic surgery. The Society is dedicated to the education of both members and nonmembers seeking to advance the knowledge of treatment of diseases of the head and neck, including reconstruction and rehabilitation techniques. The Society conducts a scientific meeting annually.
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