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The 51st French Congress of Otorhinolaryngology will hold its sessions at the Grand Amphitheater of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris on Oct. 26, 27, 28, and 29, 1953, under the presidency of Dr. Louis Leroux, of Paris, with Prof. Léon Binet, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, as honorary president.
Questions on the agenda:
Present facts of the physiology of hearing and their clinical and surgical applications
Reporters: J. M. Le Mée and Paul Aboulker, with the collaboration of H. Moulonguet, C. Eyries, and L. G. Chevance.
New acquisitions of radio-otology
Reporter: M. C. Chaussé, with the collaboration of Messrs. Aubry, Baron, Bouchet, and Guillon, and Prof. Terracol.
During the Congress, morning operative sessions will be held at various hospitals. There will be an exposition of otorhinolaryngological instruments and specialties in the Great Hall.
Transportation and lodging at Paris is to be arranged by the
FIFTY-FIRST FRENCH CONGRESS OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1953;58(3):373–374. doi:10.1001/archotol.1953.00710040393012
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