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Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

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For more than two decades, Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology has been the go to otolaryngology resource for all levels of learners. This peer-reviewed, procedure-driven, atlas-style journal publishes new and cutting edge techniques in otology, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck surgery, pediatric otolaryngology, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Each issue features articles related to a central theme by anatomic area or disease process. The journal is at the forefront of publishing and highlighting new procedures and advanced surgical technology. Journal content addresses relevant anatomy, surgical options for treatment or rehabilitation, diagnosis, and imaging and complications. Articles are accompanied by high quality illustrations for optimal coverage.

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Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery is now accepting unsolicited submissions through the journal’s online Editorial Manager submission system.
The journal covers otology, rhinology, laryngology, head and neck surgery, pediatric otolaryngology, and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. Articles should addresses relevant anatomy and surgical options for treatment or rehabilitation, diagnosis, imaging, and complications; all submissions must be accompanied by high quality illustrations. Please refer to the journal’s guide for authors for submission instructions.

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The Residents Collection by Post-Graduate Training Year

The publishers and editors of Operative Techniques – Head and Neck Surgery welcome you to this endeavor to catalog and characterize the abundance of expertise in techniques and clarity of surgical illustrations within this journal’s history. With this collection, we strive to highlight key subject matter pertinent to the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery resident in training. Additionally we hope to provide some framework for those residents to digest the material as befits their position in training, while still understanding these articles may be helpful to residents at multiple stages of their careers. Within each year of training, articles are subdivided by subspecialty category and labeled as “basic” or “advanced.” “Basic” articles cover information key to the resident to begin to master during that year, whereas “advanced” topics include concepts and techniques, which will form an important basis for future learning.

We intend this collection to be a living product. We will continually update the articles included from new published materials, sometimes augmenting what is here, but at times perhaps replacing an older article. Updates will also reflect the ongoing changes in training requirements and advances in surgical technology. We hope you find this resource helpful and encourage you to use it freely in your self-directed reading program and as a reference for patient-specific care situations.

Johnathan D. McGinn M.D., FACS
Education Editor - Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery

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