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International Symposium to Showcase Research from Around the Globe

The AAO-HNSF International Symposium is a new Annual Meeting forum designed to showcase cutting-edge content, including Instruction Courses and Miniseminars, presented by international physicians. Providing a global perspective of popular topics in otolaryngology, this non-CME program will offer high visibility to international activity. The International Symposium will kick off with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1:00 pm on Sunday, September 18.

Sunday, September 18

  • Frontal Sinus Surgery: A Stepwise Approach (presented in Spanish)
  • Contemporary Management of Single Sided Deafness (SSD) (presented in Spanish)
  • Global Otolaryngology
  • Contemporary Concept of Otosclerosis/Otospongiosis Treatment
  • Thyroid Carcinoma: An Evaluation of Differing Approaches in the United States and Korea
  • Tympanoplasty: Science, Art, or Acrobatics?

Monday, September 19

  • Management of Complex Laryngotracheal Stenosis With Extended CTR
  • Acquired Middle Ear Cholesteatoma: From Principles to Practice
  • State-of-the-Art Interventions in the Management of ENT Diseases in the Indian Subcontinent
  • Closure Techniques for CSF Leaks and Anterior Skull Base Defects
  • French Guidelines of the Use of CT Scan in the Diagnosis of Otosclerosis
  • Debate: The Altered Microbiome in CRS — Casuation or Association?
  • Concepts, Classification, and Techniques in Hispanic Rhinoplasty

Tuesday, September 20

  • Selective Upper Airway Stimulation in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Protocol for Multilevel Surgery for OSA
  • Aetiology and Management of Tropical Diseases in Otolaryngology Head-Neck Surgery
  • Conservative Surgical Treatment of T3 Laryngeal Cancer
  • Grafts Used in Asian Rhinoplasty: Tips, Tricks, and Pearls
  • Tuberculosis in Otorhinolaryngology the Asia-Oceania Perspectives

Wednesday, September 21

  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatment for Otitis Media
  • Organ Preservation Surgery for Hypopharyngeal Cancer
  • Early Multi-Center Experience in TORS with the Flex® Robotic System
  • The Challenge of EES in Asia and Our Strategies: Taiwan Experience
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