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In the fields of rhinology & allergy, as in all medical fields, there is a need for a greater number of journals which publish in the open access format. The underlying spirit of this format is to break down the barriers to knowledge sharing. Allergy & Rhinology, was created to serve this need; and is proud to take the lead in publishing quality research work as an experiment in the open format. As long as the fiscal model works, the Journal shall allow all users the right to freely read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of its articles.

The academic standard of Allergy & Rhinology is designed to be no different than traditional subscription-based, scientific and scholarly journals in that the quality of the research work which it publishes shall meet the rigors of peer-review and other scholarly quality controls.

Publisher: OceanSide Publications, Inc

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Volume 2, Number 1, 2011

Articles

Open Access Note from the Editor
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Gaines, Alan

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Open Access Reproducibility, validity, and responsiveness of cell counts in blown nasal secretions
pp. 3-5(3)
Authors: Nair, Parameswaran; Goodwin, Sarah; Hargreave, Frederick E.

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Open Access Sinonasal risk factors for the development of invasive fungal sinusitis in hematological patients: Are they important?
pp. 6-11(6)
Authors: Fernandez, Ignacio J.; Stanzani, Marta; Tolomelli, Giulia; Pasquini, Ernesto; Vianelli, Nicola; Baccarani, Michele; Sciarretta, Vittorio

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Open Access Is routine nasoendoscopy warranted in epistaxis patients after removal of nasal packing?
pp. 12-15(4)
Authors: Makarawo, Tafadzwa P.; Howe, David; Chan, Samuel K.

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Open Access Expression of bone morphogenic protein in sinonasal inverted papilloma with new bone formation
pp. 16-20(5)
Authors: Okamoto, Tomoyo; Kodama, Satoru; Nomi, Nozomi; Umemoto, Shingo; Suzuki, Masashi

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Open Access Indoor fungal concentration in the homes of allergic/asthmatic children in Delhi, India
pp. 21-32(12)
Authors: Sharma, Rashmi; Deval, Ravi; Priyadarshi, Vikash; Gaur, Shailendra N.; Singh, Ved P.; Singh, Anand B.

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Open Access Assessment of synthetic glucocorticoids in asthmatic sputum
pp. 33-35(3)
Authors: Hagan, John B.; Taylor, Robert L.; Singh, Ravinder J.

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Open Access Skull base defect in a patient with ozena undergoing dacryocystorhinostomy
pp. 36-39(4)
Authors: Friedel, Mark E.; Earley, Marisa A.; Eloy, Jean Anderson

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Open Access Temporal lobe abscess in a patient with isolated sphenoiditis
pp. 40-42(3)
Authors: Stewart, Thomas A.; Carter, Cody S.; Seiberling, Kristin

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Open Access Allergic reaction to mint leads to asthma
pp. 43-45(3)
Authors: Szema, Anthony M.; Barnett, Tisha

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