New Virtual Issue on Chronic Rhinosinusitis is now available

The object of this exercise is to put matters in perspective, and increase our understanding of how management of chronic rhinosinusitis has changed and what may follow. We are fortunate in this for two reasons: The Journal has been in continuous publication since 1887, and the person involved in selecting the papers and writing the associated Editorial is none other than Professor Claire Hopkins; an outstanding leader in British rhinology.

Please go to the Cambridge Core website to view the editorial for the issue, by Mr Hettige and Prof Hopkins, and to read their selected articles from the JLO archive.