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Seventh International Congress of Otorhinolaryngology.—The 7th International Congress of Otorhinolaryngology will be held July 23-29, 1961, in Paris, at the Nouvelle Faculté de Médecine, Rue des Saints-Pères, under the presidency of Professor Aubry.
The following three very important topics will be discussed:
Recent advances in the pathology and treatment of otosclerosis.
Speakers: the Professors Sourdille, Sercer, and Krmotic, Weber, Ardouin, Larroude, Ferreri, and Shambaugh.
Indications for, and five-year results in, surgical management and combined radio-surgery in the treatment of cancer of the larynx and of the hypopharynx.
Speakers: the Professors Pietrantoni and Agazzi, Alonso, Casadesus, Chevalier-Jaćkson, Leicher, Leroux-Robert, and Ormerod.
The connection between allergy and infections of the nose and bronchi.
Speakers: the Professors Van Dishoeck, Clerici, Hlavacek, Voorhorst, Mayer, Laskiewicz, and Teracol.
Numerous meetings and social functions will be organized for the participants of the Congress and for their wives. Excursions will take place after
ANNOUNCEMENTS. Arch Otolaryngol. 1960;72(5):702. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archotol.1960.00740010714012
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