Welcome to The American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy
Noteworthy in AJRA
Dollars, dust and Draf
Chiu, Alexander G.
Synopsis of articles discussing the etiology and management of rhinosinusitis and financial burden of CRS
Sinonasal T2R-mediated nitric oxide production in response to Bacillus cereus
Carey, Ryan M.; Workman, Alan D.; Yan, Carol H.; Chen, Bei; Adappa, Nithin D.; Palmer, James N.; Kennedy, David W.; Lee, Robert J.; Cohen, Noam A.
Bitter taste receptors response to a local bacteria
The personal financial burden of chronic rhinosinusitis: A Canadian perspective
Yip, Jonathan; Vescan, Allan D.; Witterick, Ian J.; Monteiro, Eric
Indirect and direct costs associated with CRS
Central compartment atopic disease
DelGaudio, John M.; Loftus, Patricia A.; Hamizan, Aneeza W.; Harvey, Richard J.; Wise, Sarah K.
Inhalant allergy, MT polypoid, and CCAD
Journal Key Features
- Edited by R. Chandra, R. Sindwani and A. Peters
- 2016 Impact Factor AJRA 1.955
- New Submissions doubled to >500/yr
- Largest print circulation among Rhinology Journals >5,000
- Rapid publication – no backlog!
- Over 15,767 pages of archives online
- Indexed by NLM’s PubMed/Medline & the Web of Science
- Targeted to Clinicians (Rhinologists and Allergists)
- Optional e-pub before print, open access & expedited services
- Highly read – top 1% of Journals for full text downloads
- Spanning a broad range of societies in Otolaryngology & Allergy
- Content online at: ingentaconnect.com/content/ocean/ajra
The purpose of this supplement is to provide the reader with review articles and associated board style questions. This MOC Review will help Otolaryngologists enhance their medical knowledge in preparation for the MOC part III, 10 year examination.