CORONADO, CALIF.—Otolaryngologists from across the nation and abroad gathered at an oceanside resort here January 22-24 for the 2015 Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting to share surgical techniques and approaches to treatment and to debate current medical issues that affect the specialty.
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By the final day of sessions, a total of 512 attendees from the U.S., Canada, and Europe had registered for the meeting at the Hotel del Coronado in the island town of Coronado, across a bridge from San Diego.
“We have some residents from our university presenting here, so it’s nice to be able to support them,” said Paul Imbery, MD, a resident in the otolaryngology program at State University of New York-Upstate. He and some fellow residents were also participating in the meeting’s Resident Bowl, a “quiz show” featuring otolaryngology residents from institutions around the country.