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Since many years ago Professor Alberto Chinski has dreamed of a World Congress of Pediatric Otolaryngology and now several of us decided it was time for that to become a reality. Over all these years, the Associations and Societies of Pediatric Otolaryngology have grown and consolidated more and more and we, as specialists, have become references in the field: the Interamerican Association of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology (IAPO), the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO), the European Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology (ESPO), Asia-Pacific Pediatric Otolaryngology Group (APOG), the Australian and New Zealand Society of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology and African Society of Otolaryngology (PENTAFRICA).

In many countries throughout the continents, pediatric otolaryngologists have a greater participation in congresses, conferences, courses, and publications every day. It is time for all of us who love this profession, work with children, want to teach, want to learn and share experiences, and dream of a united community of pediatric otolaryngology, to make this happen and finally meet.

Undoubtedly, Professor Tania Sih, as the president of this Congress, with her organizational capacity, her tireless drive and work for the development of the specialty, will give special brilliance to the congress.

With great expectations Buenos Aires is looking forward to receiving you all. We hope you will enjoy some wonderful days in this friendly city


Dr. Hugo Rodríguez
General secretary

Opening cocktail

Sunday, April 7th
From 7pm to 9pm.
Exhibition area - Hilton Hotel

Closing Dinner

You could buy the ticket for the Closing Dinner by clicking here
It will be on April 9th at 8 pm at Palacio San Miguel (San Miguel Palace)
Dress Code: Cocktail
Women: at or above-the-knee dress
Men: Dark suit and tie


Proposed themes

The main topics to be addressed at World Congress of Pediatrics ENT in 2019 will be:

Monoclonal Therapy ENT disease
Minimally invasive surgical techniques
Robotics in ENT surgery
Taste-Smell Exploration in the new millennium
Otorhinolaryngology in developing countries.
Fetal Medicine
Foreign bodies
Rare diseases

Neonatal pathology
Voice pathology
Patient safety
Panels of international protocols: papillomas, choanal atresias, cochlear
implants, allergic rhinitis
Hearing Screening 
Objective measurements 
Hearing (audiologic) evaluation 
Auditory neuropathy 
Hearing aids 
Baby equipment's protocol 

Bone conduction systems - evaluation and indication 
Cochlear implant 
Cochlear implant calibration 
Asymmetrical Hypoacusia and SSD - diagnosis and treatment 
Dysgenesis treatment
Bi-modal equipment 
Binaural hearing 
Speech perception tests 
Monitoring of the hearing impaired child
Aural rehabilitation

Sponsored by:

Declarado de interés por el Senado de la Nación Argentina


Dirección de Organizaciones Intermedias y Diplomacia Pública (DINTE), Subsecretaría de Relaciones Institucionales y Diplomacia Pública (SUINS)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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