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Journal of Laryngology & Otology

Title Abbreviation
J Laryngol Otol
Electronic ISSN
Oncologists, Otolaryngologists, Pathologists, Pulmonologists, Radiologists, Surgeons
The Journal of Laryngology & Otology (JLO) is a leading, monthly journal containing original scientific articles and clinical records in otology, rhinology, laryngology and related specialties. Founded in 1887, JLO is absorbing reading for ENT specialists and trainees. The journal has an international outlook with contributions from around the world, relevant to all specialists in this area regardless of the country in which they practise. JLO contains main articles (original, review and historical), case reports and short reports as well as radiology, pathology or oncology in focus, a selection of abstracts, book reviews, letters to the editor, general notes and calendar, operative surgery techniques, and occasional supplements. It is fully illustrated and has become a definitive reference source in this fast-moving subject area. Published monthly an annual subscription is excellent value for money. Included in the subscription is access to the JLO interactive web site with searchable abstract database of the journal archive back to 1887. There is also electronic access to forthcoming articles published ahead of print, and articles published exclusively on-line at
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Publisher Name
Cambridge University Press
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