On behalf of the organizing committee, we feel delighted and honoured to extend our cordial invitation to you for " AOI SOUTHZONE CON -2010". The scientific programme will comprise of live workshops, symposia, hot topics, thematic posters sessions, plenary lecturers, orations, panel discussions, original research paper presentations, quiz competitions for post graduates, and scientific exhibits.
Mysore is the second largest city of Karnataka, the cultural capital located 770 meters above sea level, and a picturesque city has pleasant weather for much of the year. This charming city of palaces, hills and beautiful gardens has enchanted its admirers with its quite, rich heritage, magnificent palaces, beautifully laid-out gardens, imposing buildings, broad shady avenues and sacred temples.
Mysore is also known all over the world for its exotic sandalwood, pure Mysore Silk Sarees, Arts and crafts, Scented Incense Sticks, etc.
The city is famous for it's illuminating palace, Chamundi Hill with Chamundeshwari temple, giant idol of Mahishasura, most popular Mysore Zoo, St.Philomena Church, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary etc.
The month of October is a festive season and Mysore has a pleasant weather. We are eagerly looking forward to welcome you warmly and would like to ensure that we are ready in every way necessary for your comfortable, fruitful, and memorable stay at Mysore during the conference.
BY THE ORGANISERS, AOI SOUTHCON MYSORE.
AOI KARNATAKA SOUTH CON-2010
HOD-Dept. of ENT K.R.Hospital,
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AOI KARNATAKA SOUTH CON-2010
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The pleasant weather and rich Maratha culture looks forward to your welcome presence and unforgettable
stay at the Jaypee’s Advanced Course in Rhinology, scheduled to be organized at the financial capital of
India, Mumbai on February 11th-12th-13th, 2011.
The venue of the conference, Hotel ITC Grand Maratha is spacious, well equipped, exhibiting the grandeur
of state-of-the-art architecture.
An educative scientific programme studded with lectures by renowned International and National faculty
on varied aspects and latest trends in Rhinology, with a display of latest scientific gadgets and instruments in a
well organised exhibition, and a concerted effort at public awareness on the subject, beckons your
participation in the conference.
Your confidence in this course is our greatest asset and we shall strive to uphold this trust by our sincere,
unfettered efforts at making this conference a never before success story.
We again extend to your honoured self, a warm personal invitation and look forward to your distinguished
presence at the Jaypee’s Advanced Course in Rhinology.
Dr Chris de Souza Guy Kenyon
Course Director Course Director
For registration, please contact:
Ph (O)- +91-11-43574357 ext 418
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Venue:Geetanjali Medical College,UDAIPUR
Org Chairman: Dr A K Gupta
HANDS ON CADAVAR DISSECTION IN 2000/-(LIMITED SEATS)
All India Rhinology Society
Secretary : Dr. Achal Gulati
Treasurer : Dr. Sanjay Sood
Balloon Sinuplasty versus Traditional Sinus Surgery
Traditional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
|Instruments Used||Balloon Catheter System and Camera Endoscopes||Forceps, Curettes, Biting Type Instruments and Camera Endoscopes|
|Method of "Opening" Up the Sinus Cavities||Balloon Inflation||Tissue and Bone Removal|
|Best Patient||Sinus disease (no masses) involving the frontal and sphenoid sinus cavities. In some select patients, the maxillary sinus as well. No tissue sample is able to be obtained with this method.||Sinus disease involving any of the sinus cavities. Able to obtain tissue samples for pathologic analysis to see if any cancer or worrisome tumor characteristics are present.|
|Sinus Cavities that can be Addresed||Frontal sinus, sphenoid sinus, and maxillary sinus cavities. The ethmoid sinus cavities can NOT be addressed with this technique.||All sinus cavities can be addressed.|
|Workup for Surgical Consideration|
Patients should be aware that a "hybrid" type of sinus surgery can be performed whereby the approach may be via balloon sinuplasty technique followed by a more traditional approach with tissue removal if biopsies required. If the ethmoid sinuses need to be addressed, a traditional approach can be used for this sinus cavity whereby the other sinus cavities (frontals, sphenoids, and maxillaries) can be addressed by balloon sinuplasty.
We are happy to invite you to a one day CME on Thyroid diseases at
Thiruvananthapuram Kerala on August 8th
Brochure is attached
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Dr. Paul Samuel
Conference Secretariat :
Dept of ENT, Army Hospital Research & Referral
New Delhi. 110010
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Dr Rakesh Datta
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Prof D S Sethi & Prof P J Wormald
We cordially invite you to attend the 17th workshop on FESS at Taj Krishna, Hyderabad on 11th to 13thFeb 2011.
This Endoscopic Sinus Surgery workshop includes cadaver demonstration and live surgery of the basic and advanced techniques. Prof Scott Graham from IOWA –USA, Prof A. Balakrishnan –Singapore, Prof Ravi Ramalingam and many more National and international faculty will be joining us.
The weather in Hyderabad in February month will be very pleasant and comfortable.
The brochure is attached to this mail, alternately you can log on to web site www.maaent.com and download the brochure and registration form.
Ph +91 9849044775
Members of the American College of Surgeons are referred to as "Fellows." The letters FACS (Fellow, American College of Surgeons) after a surgeon's name mean that the surgeon's education and training, professional qualifications, surgical competence, and ethical conduct have passed a rigorous evaluation, and have been found to be consistent with the high standards established and demanded by the College.
The Convocation for the bestowment of the title shall take place at the Annual Congress of American College of Surgeons in October 2010.
The 12th annual Otology Course of the Causse Ear Clinic (Béziers, France) will be held July 1-3, 2010. During this 3-day course a regional and international faculty will discuss the latest trends in middle ear surgery and cochlear implants.
The program includes 12 live surgery procedures, 14 conference topics and 2 panel discussions. These will cover various aspects of middle ear surgery: cholesteatoma (canal wall up and canal wall down technique), skin grafting for EAC stenosis and TM lateralisation, implantable hearing aids, otosclerosis primary and revision surgery, ossiculoplasty, cochlear implantation.
On Thursday July 1st and Friday July 2nd, the Broadcast will commence at 08h00 and finish at 18h00. On Saturday July 3rd it will commence at 09h00 and finish at 12h30.
Dr. S. Surya Prakasa Rao 'Organizing Secretory
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Malleus handle: determinant of success in ossiculoplasty
Received 19 November 2008 published online 18 May 2009.
The purpose of this study is to identify prognostic factors affecting outcome in ossicular chain reconstruction (OCR).
Study design and setting
This study is a retrospective case series of electronic database at an academic institution.
Materials and methods
We reviewed 209 cases of chronic supportive otitis media performed from January 2000 through December 2007 and collected demographic, clinical, audiologic, and outcome information. Univariate analyses of group differences in terms of postoperative air-bone gap (ABG) changes were evaluated by analysis of variance. Multiple regression analyses were used to examine the relationship between postoperative ABG and the independent variables.
There were 105 cases of OCR the met the inclusion criteria (44 primary and 61 revision tympanoplasties), with an average follow-up of 19 months. The diagnoses were chronic suppurative otitis media without cholesteatoma in 36 cases and cholesteatoma in 69 cases. The mean preoperative ABG was 34 ± 15 dB, and the mean postoperative ABG was 20 ± 14 dB (P <>
Favorable prognostic factors in OCR include smaller preoperative ABG and the presence of an intact malleus handle.