International Symposium on Infection and Allergy of the Nose (ISIAN)
1976 Tokyo Japan
1976, Tokyo (Japan), by Ryo Takahashi, superseding H-XH0190 - International Society of Immuno-Allergology of the Nasal Sinuses, set up 1946, Tokyo. Previously also referred to as International Society of Otorhinolaryngologic Allergy and Immunology.
Contribue to the international promotion of rhinology; provide a forum for scientific interchange, discussion and presentation, with primary focus on allergic, inflammatory and infectious problems in the nose, and with aspects of the science and clinical practice of rhinology also considered.
Events2021-05-08 | Thessaloniki, Greece – The nose across the lifespan
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