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Mathews Journal of Otolaryngology

Mathews Journal of Otolaryngology (MJOT)  is an open access journal that publishes original research on topics, such as rhinology & anterior skull base surgery, pediatric and geriatric otolaryngology, sinusitis, rhinitis, allergy, laryngology, hearing loss, otology, speech science, bronchoesophagology, tonsillectomy, laryngitis, audiology, head & neck oncology, head & neck surgery, maxillofacial rehabilitation, and facial plastic & reconstructive surgery. 

By definition, otolaryngology is a domain of medicine that involves dealing with disorders of the ear, nose, or base of the skull and related structures. MJOT provides a platform for researchers from all over world to share their research findings. MJOT places special focus on conditions, such as congenital deformities of the ear & temporal bone, hearing loss, disorders of equilibrium, neurological and vascular causes of vertigo, facial paralysis, tinnitus, chronic suppurative otitis media and its intracranial complications, ear trauma, airway disorders in childhood, and nose and sinus infections.

This famed international journal has a Reviewer and Editorial Board comprising authoritative names in the field. This journal accepts manuscripts in the form of original research articles, review articles, case reports, and short communications.

Why publish with us?

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 MJOT follows open access policy that allows increased visibility to the published articles.
Promotion in Social Media: MJOT aggressively promotes the published articles on social media.
Rigorous peer review: Every manuscript submitted undergoes a thorough and rigorous double-blind peer-review. This process eliminates subjective judgments and bias from the decision making process.

We welcome all types of articles related to Otolaryngology. For submission assistance contact: [email protected]. Please follow the Author Guidelines.

If you are not sure whether your work is suitable for this journal, please email us at [email protected] or call us at +1-606-405–6566.

Recently Published Articles
Review Article

Evolution of the Septoplasty: Maximizing Functional and Aesthetic Outcomes in Nasal Surgery

Published : 02nd February 2018
Author : Sean W Delaney11,2
Citation : Delaney SW. (2018). Evolution of the Septoplasty: Maximizing Functional and Aesthetic Outcomes in Nasal Surgery. M J Otol. 1(1): 004.

Research Article

Earwax Phenotype Related to A Risk Factor of Middle Ear Cholesteatoma

Published : 25th October 2017
Authors : Takeshi Kusunoki1*, Hiroshi Nakagawa2, Megumi Tsukamoto2, Yu Toyoda3, Kazusaku Kamiya4, Hiroko Okada4, Satoshi Hara4, Kaori Hatakeyama4, Masayuki Furukawa4, Katsuhisa Ikeda 4
Citation :  Kusunoki T, Nakagawa H, Tsukamoto M, Toyoda Y, et all. (2017). Earwax Phenotype Related to A Risk Factor of Middle Ear Cholesteatoma. M J Otol. 1(1): 003.

Research Article

A Simple Voice Training Method by Emphasizing Abdominal Respiration and Refractory Laryngeal Granulomas

Published : 10th October 2017
Authors : Takeshi Kusunoki1*, Katsuhisa Ikeda
Citation : Kusunoki T and Ikeda K. (2017). A Simple Voice Training Method by Emphasizing Abdominal Respiration and Refractory Laryngeal Granulomas. M J Otol. 1(1): 002.

Case Report

Nasal Alar Hematoma: An Uncommon Case Report

Published : 15th September 2017
Authors : Chintale sambhaji govind*, Kirdak vilas rambhau, Jatale sonali praful, Shaikh kaleem
Citation : Chintale SG, Kirdak VR, Jathale SP and Shaik kA. (2017). Nasal Alar Hematoma: An Uncommon Case Report. M J Otol. 1(1): 001.

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