Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK
03 Mar 2017 - 03 Mar 2017
The field of otology is changing rapidly, the invited speakers will discuss advances in three areas: Eustachian tube disorders, Meniere’s disease and Mastoid obliteration. This meeting is suitable for all with an interest in otology from medical students to consultants.
Professor Holger Sudhoff is at the forefront of developing diagnostic tests and surgery for Eustachian tube disorders. Mr Jonny Harcourt has a strong interest in Meniere’s disease and will discuss exciting developments for treatment of this debilitating condition. Mr Chris Aldren has been involved in recent developments in the field of mastoid cavity obliteration.
There will be two short papers opening the competition for the Matthew Yung Short paper prize.
Please note that delegates will now need to book separately for the Laryngology & Rhinology Section session if planning to attend for the whole day.
The aim of this meeting is to discuss advances in three areas: Eustachian tube disorders, Meniere’s disease and Mastoid obliteration.
- To understand latest diagnostic categories for Eustachian tube disorders
- To understand the evidence for current treatments for Eustachian tube disorders
- To understand the problems associated with different materials used for mastoid cavity obliteration
- To understand the current treatments for Meniere’s disease