Events

ENT World Congress: fundamental research on the inner ear

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ENT World Congress: vestibular disorders

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There's no getting bored with vestibular disorders!

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ENT World Congress: Otosclerosis

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A topic which still generates a lot of interest!

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ENT World Congress: Surgical program: securing the act, assessing practices and technical innovations

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Conferences related to this subject during the ENT World Congress in Paris:

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ENT World Congress: Pediatric Otology

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Interview to Dr. Milan Profant: "A special atmosphere during an added-value congress"

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Milan Profant
Dr. Milan Profant, MD, PhD., General Secretary of IFOS and Head of University ORL Department, Bratislava, Slovak Republic. © M.P.

"The World Congress of the International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies (IFOS), held once every four years and this year in Paris, is characterized by its very special atmosphere.

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ENT World Congress: cochlear implants

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ENT World Congress: Deafness, a key concern for the WHO

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ENT Congress in Paris brings you a new AWN special issue!

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Cover of Audiology Worldnews ENT World Congress

The great gathering of ENT specialists from all over the world starts in Paris this Saturday and Audiology Worldnews will be there to represent and guide the audiology experts who have travelled to the French capital for the event.

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An X-ray picture of tinnitus treatment in Europe

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Tinnet 2017
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Researchers from TINNET, the International Tinnitus Network, shared the results of their complementary work on this disorder at a conference held on march 31 at Madrid's Complutense University.

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