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On the tenth, eleventh and twelfth of November, 1960, an International Symposium was convened by the Henry Ford Hospital at Detroit, Michigan. The subject for consideration was Otosclerosis. The program was developed by a committee composed by Dr. Franz Altman, Dr. J. Lewis Dill, Dr. William F. House, Dr. Merle L. Lawrence, Dr. John R. Lindsay, and Dr. John J. Shea, Jr., under the Chairmanship of Dr. Harold F. Schuknecht, Director of the Otological Research Laboratory and Associate Surgeon in the Department of Otolaryngology of that hospital.
Among those who contributed to the program were many of the world's outstanding research and clinical otologists, otologic anatomists, and pathologists and audiologists. It was your reviewer's privilege to sit as a registrant at each of the sessions of that Symposium. He will ever regard it as one of the most enriching experiences of his life.
And now at hand for review, edited
Otosclerosis: Henry Ford Hospital International Symposium. Arch Otolaryngol. 1962;76(4):384–385. doi:10.1001/archotol.1962.00740050394019
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