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Otolaryngology Online Journal

An International Journal of Medical Sciences

Welcome to Otolaryngology Online Journal

Otolaryngology is a vast and well researched subject in medical world. Analysing the medical part of it is assumed to be pivotal in curing many Ear and Throat infection and related diseases. As per the definition, otolaryngology is the area of medicine that deals with disorders condition of ear, nose or base of skull region and related structures of head and neck.

Otolaryngology Online Journal provides optimum platform where researchers from all over world can submit their work to it. Otolaryngology Online Journal is a famed international journal having an impeccable Reviewer and Editorial Board.
This multidisciplinary open access journal provides the chance to researches to disseminate the work in the form of original research article, review article, case reports, short communication etc.

Aims and Scope

Otolaryngology Online Journal is a peer reviewed open access journal dedicated to the latest advancements of otorhinolaryngology, head, and neck surgery. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for researchers and otolaryngologists all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in all fields of Otolaryngology.

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Guidelines for Authors

Otolaryngology welcomes the submission of manuscripts in the fields of otolaryngology, otology, Laryngology, Sinonasal Disorders, Nasal Disorders, neurotology, audiology, Head, Neck and Oral Oncology that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. Doctors are encouraged to contribute interesting case reports.

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Current Issue

Training the ?Blind? Otolaryngologist: Can OSATS Help?

Author(s): Marios Stavrakas, Petros D Karkos, Panagiotis Bamidis and Stefanos Triaridis

Rhinolith: A Forgotten Identity-Series of 18 Cases with Review of Literature

Author(s): Segana Hasan Abdul Cader, SKG Reghunandanan Nair and Fahim Ahmed Shah

Possible Participation of Irregularly Surfaced Carotid Plaques in the Genesis of Idiopathic Transient Vestibulopathy

Author(s): Tomoe Yoshida,Masahiko Yamamoto, Mitsuya Suzuki and Takeshi Sasak