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Otolaryngology: Journals

This guide will help you locate and use otolaryngology information resources from the School of Medicine Library, the USC University Libraries, and beyond.

Hearing Research (current issue)

The first five articles in the current issue are listed below.  Click on an article title to view fulltext.  From there, you can get to the entire Table of Contents as well as archived issues.

 

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Top Otolaryngology Titles Sorted by Impact Factor

NOTE:  This list was generated using the 2015 version of Journal Citation Reports: Science Edition.  The impact factor is listed after each title.  If the fulltext is available from the Library, the title is in blue (click to access).

Rhinology (3.761)

Hearing Research (2.968)

Ear and Hearing (2.842)

Head and Neck (2.641)

JARO - Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (2.598)

Archives of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery (2.327)

Laryngoscopy (2.144)

Clinical Otolaryngology (2.113)

International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology (2.082)

Dysphagia (2.033)

Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery (2.020)

Trends in Amplification (1.923)

International Journal of Audiology (1.844)

Current Opinion in Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (1.838)

American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy (1.810)

 

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When we don't have the journal

If you need an article from a journal not available at the SOM Library, you can request it through our Interlibrary Loan System, ILL Express! 

Books and journal articles can be borrowed from participating libraries across the country and delivered to you.  This service is available to School of Medicine faculty members, students, staff, and South Carolina health care practitioners, as well as other individuals and organizations in South Carolina who are not affiliated with the University. (Please note that the Library only processes requests for biomedical materials.)  There is a charge for this service.  For more information, visit the ILL Express! Welcome page.