CASE REPORTS IN OTOLARYNGOLOGY is a research journal that publishes research in the field of otolaryngology. This journal is published by the Hindawi Limited. The ISSN of this journal is 2090-6773.
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|Journal Title:||Case Reports in Otolaryngology|
|Country of Publisher:||United Kingdom|
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