CONGRESS 2019
    9th - 13th January, 2019
  • AOICON 2018
    At Indore (4th to 7th January 2018)
    at Congress Venue – Brilliant Convention Centre
    Delegate Attendance : 2800


Dear Friends,
It gives us immense pleasure to invite you to the 70th Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India (70th AOICON 2018) at Indore, MP.
AOICON 2018 will surely be an opportunity for learning, exchanging experiences and meeting top national & international faculty. The conference is going to feature most advanced CME, workshops, scientific exhibitions & scientific programme with latest technology and updates… Read more

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Welcome to Association of Otolaryngologists INDIA

Welcome to Association Of Otolaryngologists Of India

One of the first recorded accounts of ENT surgery according to many historians is found in ancient Indian Sanskrit texts from 600 B.C.
In the Sushruta Samhita, a text by Hindu surgeon Sushruta, the "attached flap" method of plastic surgery of Nose and ear is described. This procedure was used to repair noses and ears that were lost either as punishment for crimes (such as adultery) or in battle. During a nose reconstruction, skin was cut from the cheek or forehead, twisted skin-side-out over a leaf of the appropriate size and sewn into place forming a new nose. In order to keep the air passages open during healing, two polished wooden tubes would be inserted into the nostrils. This method became known as the "Indian Method of Rhinoplasty" and was kept secret for centuries in India.

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