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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 4, Number 2, 2013

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Open Access Primary spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leaks located at the clivus
pp. e100-e104(5)
Authors: Van Zele, Thibaut; Kitice, Adriano; Vellutini, Eduardo; Balsalobre, Leonardo; Stamm, Aldo

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Open Access Total aplasia of the paranasal sinuses
pp. e105-e109(5)
Authors: Korkmaz, Hakan; Korkmaz, Mukadder

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Open Access Perceptual accuracy of upper airway compromise in children: Clinical relevance and future directions for research
pp. e54-e62(9)
Authors: Koinis-Mitchell, Daphne; Esteban, Cynthia; Kopel, Sheryl J.; Jandasek, Barbara; Dansereau, Katie; Fritz, Gregory K.; Klein, Robert B.

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Open Access Identification of pannexins in rat nasal mucosa
pp. e63-e65(3)
Authors: Ohbuchi, Toyoaki; Hohchi, Nobusuke; Ohkubo, Jun-ichi; Hashida, Koichi; Koizumi, Hiroki; Wakasugi, Tetsuro; Takenaga, Fumiko; Suzuki, Hideaki

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Open Access Validation of a grading system for lateral nasal wall insufficiency
pp. e66-e68(3)
Authors: Tsao, Gabriel J.; Fijalkowski, Natalia; Most, Sam P.

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Open Access Immunopathology features of chronic rhinosinusitis in high-altitude dwelling Tibetans
pp. e69-e76(8)
Authors: Luo, Ba; Feng, Liu; Jintao, Du; Yafeng, Liu; Shixi, Liu; Nan, Zhang; Bachert, Claus

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Open Access Characteristics of candidates for allergen immunotherapy
pp. e77-e81(5)
Authors: Ciprandi, Giorgio; Incorvaia, Cristoforo; dell'Albani, Ilaria; Masieri, Simonetta; Cavaliere, Carmine; Puccinelli, Paola; Frati, Franco; the Italian Observation on Rhinitis (RINOBIT) Study Group

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Open Access Unilateral transnasal endoscopic approach to frontal sinuses: Draf IIc
pp. e82-e87(6)
Authors: Al Komser, Mohammed K.; Goldberg, Andrew N.

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Open Access A 5-year study of systemic reactions using both shared and patient-specific vaccines
pp. e88-e93(6)
Authors: Melamed, Julian; Mehra, Ami; Ahuja-Malik, Angela

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Open Access Sinonasal involvement in systemic vasculitides and cocaine-induced midline destructive lesions: Diagnostic controversies
pp. e94-e99(6)
Authors: Armengot, M.; García-Lliberós, A.; Gómez, M. J.; Navarro, A.; Martorell, A.

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