Journal of Sinusitis

Aims And Scope

 


The Journal of Sinusitis (JS) is a peer-reviewed open-access publication that provides comprehensive coverage of research and clinical findings related to sinusitis and rhinosinusitis. The journal is committed to publishing cutting-edge research with a special focus on topics related to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sinonasal diseases. The scope of the journal includes the diagnosis, treatment, and management of sinusitis and rhinosinusitis; advances in surgical techniques for sinusitis and nasal polyposis; and emerging treatments for sinonasal diseases, including biologic agents, gene therapies, and other novel approaches.


JS also covers developments in epidemiological studies and outcomes research as it relates to sinusitis and rhinosinusitis. The journal seeks to contribute to the global conversation about sinusitis and rhinosinusitis, through supporting a platform for the exchange of best practices and emerging therapies.


JS considers original manuscripts on sinusitis, rhinosinusitis, and other related diseases.
 We also welcome reviews and perspectives on the topics of interest to the journal’s readers. The primary audience for JS are clinicians, researchers, trainees and allied health professionals within the sinonasal specialty. We also welcome submissions from researchers working in other disciplines that share a common interest in understanding the sinonasal disease process. Submissions must be evidence-based and scientifically rigorous.


JS provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and exchange of information about the diagnosis, treatment, and management of sinusitis and rhinosinusitis. In addition, JS provides an opportunity for authors to discuss their research and create a dialogue among clinicians and researchers from around the world. 


The vision of JS is to publish the highest quality of clinical and research information related to sinonasal diseases. JS is dedicated to advancing the field of sinonasal diseases and providing an outlet for professionals to share their research and perspectives with an international community of professionals interested in this area. 


We invite authors to submit their research and perspectives in the form of original research papers, reviews, case reports and editorials. We also welcome the submission of perspectives.
Contributions from the following research areas are invited but not limited to the following branches 

 

 Acute
 Causes
 Chronic
 Counselling
 Diagnosis
 Drug sensitivity and resistance
 Environmental and genetic factors
 Epidemiology
 Experimental studies
 Food and Nutrition
 Habits and lifestyle
 Incidence
 Inflammation
 Management
 Medication
 Metabolism
 MRI interpretations
 Neurological factors
 Novel drugs
 Preventive measures
 Prognostic factors
 Psychological aspects
 Role of Hormones
 Screening
 Socio-economic status
 Symptoms and side effects
 Therapy
 Topical treatments

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