NEW ORLEANS—Panels of experts discussing the latest treatments, techniques, and issues in otolaryngology convened at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting, held January 18–21 in New Orleans.
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The meeting drew more than 500 physicians and 104 exhibitors, guests, and staff this year.
Albert Merati, MD, professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at the University of Washington in Seattle and secretary/treasurer of the society’s Western Section, said that the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting “offers the opportunity to see emerging knowledge that touches across all of the subspecialties of our field. It unifies us; it kind of puts us into one room, and keeps our thoughts to the future.”