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Recently Published Articles
Arachnoid Cyst of Internal Auditory Canal How the Temporal Bone Findings Explain Ear Symptoms and Suggest the Best Treatment To Do
The Relationship Between Tonsillar Size and Neutrophil-to-Lymphocyte Ratio in Children With Recurrent Tonsillitis
Hot or Immediate Tonsillectomy: A Safe and Effective Method for Treatment of Acute Tonsillitis’ Complications
The First Case of Endoscopic Transnasal Removal of an Ectopic Molar Tooth from the Pterygomaxillary Fossa: A Low Morbidity Approach
Defining “Best Practices” For Critical Endpoints In Preclinical Screening of New Chemical Entities For Ototoxicity Liability
The Relationship between Different Types of Streptococci and Pharyngotonsillitis: A Systematic Review
A Review of the Role of the Endoscopic Sinus Surgery in the Management of Sinusitis Complicated by Extradural Vs. Subdural Brain Abscesses
Preliminary Findings on Gender Differences in Aesthetic Rhinoplasty Patients: Body Appreciation and Appearance Comparisons
About the Journal
Otolaryngology – Open Journal (OTLOJ) is an online open access portal encompassing all aspects related to otolaryngology.
It is branch of medicine that deals with the medical study and treatment of the ear, nose and throat (ENT). It is one of the oldest practices in the United States related to the diagnosis, treatment and cure of the diseases related to the ear, nose, and throat.
Through this journal, Openventio hopes to cater to the needs of professionals in this field with concise yet descriptive information.
Aims and Scope
This journal, with its complete overview on the subject aims to benefit individuals with identification and relevant diagnosis.
Openventio wants to encourage documentation among the ever growing medical community to ensure that the data is recorded and passed on to the future generations of researchers and practitioners.
OTLOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Auditory nerve
- Neural stimulation
- Ear wax
- Smell disorder
- Taste disorder
- Ototoxic drugs
- Vocal cords
- Hearing disorder
Submissions for this journal are accepted from practitioners and students of otolaryngology, from experts and novices wanting to explore and contribute to the field.
The audience of OTLOJ includes doctors, nurses, research assistants, local community practitioners, manufacturers, researchers, clinical fellows and students of various universities and general communities from different parts of the world.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations etc.
We are open to receive comments and corrections from any potential scientists to improve the quality of our journal.