Seventy-second Series–October 29-30, 1981

Presented in Coordination with the One Hundred-seventh Annual Scientific Session of the Oregon Medical Association at the Red Lion Motor Inn in Portland

DR. HAROLD T. DODGE

Professor of Medicine, Co-Director, Division of Cardiology, Director, Cardiovascular Research and Training Center, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington. Regional Wall Abnormalitites of the Left Ventricle in Heart Disease; Contributions of Quantitative Coronary Arteriography to Knowledge of Coronary Atherosclerosis; Factors Influencing Survival and Clinical Events in Patients with Coronary Disease Receiving Medical or Surgical Therapy

DR. AVRAM GOLDSTEIN

Professor of Pharmacology, Director, Addiction Research Center, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. Opiate Receptors and Their Natural Ligands; Dynorphin, the Most Potent Opioid Peptide; Physiology and Pathology of the Opioid Peptides

DR. FRANK G. MOODY

Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, University of Utah School of Medicine, Chief of Surgery, University Hospital, University of Utah, Health Sciences Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Pathogenesis and Treatment of Stress Erosive Gastritis; Surgical Diseases of the Papilla Vater; Surgical Solutions for Chronic Morbid Obesity