The Journal Archives

Volume 138 – Issue 5

Volume 138 – Issue 5

Balloon Eustachian tuboplasty, revision sinus surgery, mental health in paediatric cochlear implant patients and medico-legal aspects of laryngoscopy

Informed consent in balloon Eustachian tuboplasty: a systematic review of possible complications and preventive measures

The role of ChatGPT in enhancing ENT surgical training – a trainees’ perspective

Volume 138 – Issue 4

Volume 138 – Issue 4

Biological agents in chronic rhinosinusitis, simulation in ENT training and the ‘fragility index’ for randomised controlled trials

Virtual temporal bone simulators and their use in surgical training: a narrative review

Biologics versus functional endoscopic sinus surgery for the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps: a literature review

Volume 138 – Supplement 1

Volume 138 – Supplement 1

Head and Neck Cancer: United Kingdom National Multidisciplinary Guidelines, Sixth Edition

Volume 138 – Issue 3

Volume 138 – Issue 3

‘Best paper’ prize winners for 2023 and in the current issue: entry to UK ENT specialist training

Building a competitive application: exploring the entry routes and educational choices of otolaryngology higher surgical trainees in the UK

Use of the Microguide mobile phone application for ENT conditions: a national review

Volume 138 – Issue 2

Volume 138 – Issue 2

Necrotising otitis externa, epistaxis first aid advice, laterality in otolaryngology and what medical students want from ENT teaching

A systematic review of antimicrobial treatment regimens and their outcomes in necrotising otitis externa

Evaluation of Eustachian tube dimensions by temporal bone computed tomography in patients with chronic otitis media

Volume 138 – Issue 1

Volume 138 – Issue 1

Thank you to our assistant editors, reviewers, video producers and sponsors for their help in 2023

Laterality and otorhinolaryngology: a review

Noise-induced hearing loss in the pre-industrial era: early contributions in De Morbis Artificum by Bernardino Ramazzini (1633–1714)

Volume 138 – Issue 1

Volume 138 – Issue 1

Thank you to our assistant editors, reviewers, video producers and sponsors for their help in 2023

Laterality and otorhinolaryngology: a review

Noise-induced hearing loss in the pre-industrial era: early contributions in De Morbis Artificum by Bernardino Ramazzini (1633–1714)

Volume 137 – Issue 12

Volume 137 – Issue 12

Probiotics for chronic rhinosinusitis, olfactory recovery following omicron variant infection and aural myiasis in Ancient Rome

Role of probiotics in chronic rhinosinusitis: a systematic review of randomised, controlled trials

Digital health in head and neck cancer: a systematic review

Volume 137 – Issue 11

Volume 137 – Issue 11

Telehealth for tinnitus treatment, incidental findings on magnetic resonance imaging of the internal auditory meatus and predictive factors for recurrence following functional endoscopic sinus surgery

Telehealth in treating tinnitus: a systematic review and meta-analysis

A systematic review and meta-analysis of stereotactic radiosurgery as a primary treatment in fast-growing vestibular schwannomas

Volume 137 – Issue 10

Volume 137 – Issue 10

Mixed-reality technology for clinical communication, cocaine screening in patients undergoing nasal reconstructive surgery and prognostic factors for vocal fold leukoplakia

Various approaches to the round window for cochlear implantation: a systematic review

The interface of paediatric ENT and autism spectrum disorder: a complex conundrum for otolaryngologists

Volume 137 – Issue 9

Volume 137 – Issue 9

Vitamin D and smell impairment, routine histology for unilateral tonsillar enlargement, and a machine learning model for predicting the three-year survival status of patients with hypopharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma

A systematic review on efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of office-based laryngeal biopsy

A systematic review and meta-analysis of prophylactic medication of vestibular migraine

Volume 137 – Issue 8

Volume 137 – Issue 8

Should we reconsider how we manage mild obstructive sleep apnoea?

Should mild obstructive sleep apnoea be treated? A systematic review from the standpoint of disease progression

Associative factors for tracheostomy in patients presenting with stridor or upper airway obstruction