120 Years of Impact

The Laryngoscope is celebrating 120 years of impact in 2015. Access for the Editor’s selection of impactful articles - both past (free for all 2015) and current (free for two months after publication) - from the Journal are available here.

The Laryngoscope has been the leading source of information on advances in the diagnosis and treatment of head and neck disorders for nearly 120 years. Each monthly issue of The Laryngoscope features peer-reviewed medical, clinical, and research contributions in general otolaryngology, allergy/rhinology, otology/neurotology, laryngology/bronchoesophagology, head and neck surgery, sleep medicine, pediatric otolaryngology, facial plastics and reconstructive surgery, oncology, and communicative disorders. Contributions include papers and posters presented at the Annual and Section Meetings of the Triological Society, as well as independent papers, "How I Do It", "Triological Best Practice" articles, and contemporary reviews. Theses authored by the Triological Society’s new Fellows as well as papers presented at meetings of the American Laryngological Association are published in The Laryngoscope.

The Laryngoscope is owned by the Triological Society and published by Wiley.

Laryngoscope Contacts

Editor-in-Chief  •  Michael G. Stewart, MD MPH FACS  •  New York, NY

Managing Editor  •  Julie Nash (thelaryngoscope@gmail.com)

Editorial Coordinator  •  Elizabeth Fetterman (elf2013@med.cornell.edu)

Laryngoscope website (Wiley Online Library)

Contacts (includes advertising, nonmember subscriber and reprint information)

Manuscript submission and author guidelines are available at The Laryngoscope

Triological Society Member Subscriptions: 402-346-5500 or beth@triological.org

Access to Full Text Article Content Is Restricted to Subscribers and Dues Paying Triological Society Members
Triological Society members must register to gain access to the online Journal. Subscribers, other than Society members, should contact Wiley at 800-835-6770 or cs-journals@wiley.com