Special Issue "The Challenges and Prospects in Diagnostics of Otolaryngology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 5 February 2024 | Viewed by 9924
Interests: laryngology; rhinology; biologics; head and neck oncology; chemical sense; neuroimaging; pediatric otorhinolaryngology; head and neck surgery; otorhinolaryngology; personalized medicine
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In the last decade, precision medicine has revolutionized clinical practice and, in particular, otorhinolaryngology.
Every day we are faced with new diagnostic challenges that require a meticulous and often multidisciplinary diagnostic process.
The purpose of this Special Issue is to offer readers and colleagues several new diagnostic tools in the otorhinolaryngologic fields and beyond.
For instance, with the perspective of precision medicine and a multidisciplinary approach, this Special Issue aims to describe not only the new challenges in otorhinolaryngological diagnostics but also to provide useful tools in clinical practice to personalize therapeutic strategies with a view to patient customization.
Furthermore, the need for an integrated multidisciplinary approach in the evaluation of pathologies in the rhinological, otological, and laryngological fields cannot be overlooked.
These are the reasons why I proposed this Special Issue of the Journal of Personalized Medicine, to collect papers about “The Challenges and Prospects in Diagnostics of Otolaryngology” in all of the fields of otorhinolaryngology as well as in related fields. Studies should describe challenges and prospects in the diagnostics of otorhinolaryngology using basic-science-, clinical-, and population-based approaches.
Prof. Dr. Elena Cantone
Manuscript Submission Information
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- head and neck oncology
- precision medicine
- diagnostic tools