Otolaryngological conditions affect people of all ages from newborns to older members of society, and have serious consequences for daily functions such as breathing, taste, and communication. There is a constant desire to understand the best evidence for current practice in a constantly evolving field such as medicine, and key publications underpin this contemporary knowledge. Landmark Papers in Otolaryngology presents a distilled summary of 99 of the classic, ground-breaking, and significant publications in the field of otolaryngology that are of essential relevance to the speciality today. Each paper is described, critiqued, and brought into the context of modern-day practice by a carefully selected team of international authorities from each subspecialist area to provide the reader with a clear understanding of the key publications in otolaryngology. Whether your aim is to understand the origins of otolaryngology, to review advances in key areas, or to gain insight from experts, this book offers a wealth of knowledge for everyone in the field, from the new trainee to the senior clinician. Landmark Papers in Otolaryngology is an invaluable and easily accessible reference text for all practitioners in the field, as well as those in overlapping specialities such as maxillofacial surgery, neurology, and plastic surgery.