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September 5, 1931


JAMA. 1931;97(10):716-717. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730100040019

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The Congress of Otoneuro-Ophthalmology  The fifth Congrès d'oto-neuro-ophtalmologie was held in Paris, during the last week of June, under the presidency of Professor Velten. This group of specialists in somewhat different fields devoted themselves chiefly to the study of nervous disorders that are the sequels of epidemic encephalitis. The congress was attended by a large number of French and foreign physicians. Three papers were presented, one by Prof. G. Portmann of Bordeaux on "The Late Cochleovestibular Manifestations of Epidemic Encephalitis"; a second by Riser and Mériel on "The Neurologic Sequels of Epidemic Encephalitis," and the third by Teulières and Beauvieux on "The Late Ocular Manifestations of Epidemic Encephalitis." Many further communications were presented by Collet of Lyons on "Pharyngeal Disorders in a Case of Parkinsonism Following Encephalitis"; Rebattu, Devic and Mounier-Kuhn on "Pharyngolaryngeal Manifestations in Epidemic Encephalitis"; Terracol of Montpellier on "Neurolaryngeal Sequels of Epidemic Encephalitis"; Ferreri of Rome on

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