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Dr. Loran Morgan Receives Fellowship

HOLLYWOOD, FL- Loran B. Morgan, M.D., a specialist in ophthalmology, was officially welcomed as a Fellow of the International College of Surgeon (I.C.S.) at the Nov. 17 convocation ceremony at the Diplomat Hotel.

The Torrington doctor received the fellowship during the annual meeting of the United States Section of the I.C.S. Nov. 16-19. Conferring the honor of fellowship was Meyer O. Cantor, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S., of Detroit, Mich., president of U.S. Section of the I.C.S.

During the meeting, surgeons from the U.S. and several other countries attended a four-day accredited continuing medical education program sponsored by I.C.S. During the program, more than 75 surgical specialists presented the latest techniques and knowledge in the field.

The program was accredited by the American Medical Association for category 1 credit, hour for hour. A program for paramedical personnel was also presented.

The I.C.S. has 12,000 members representing 111 nations who adhere to the principle of international exchange of surgical knowledge through their educational programs.

My 16-month-old son received an ocular chemical burn when his 3 ½-year-old brother discovered a cleaning solution without a child-proof lid.  Both eyes were flushed at home for 3 to 5 minutes before he was taken to the ED.  Once there, Alcaine drops were instilled, Morgan Lenses inserted into both eyes and irrigation started with lactated Ringer’s.  He promptly fell asleepIf I can use it on my own child and trust it – so can anyone!    

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