Otorhinolaryngology Clinics: An International Journal is an International periodical devoted at exploring connections between clinical experience and world literature, and understanding of various pathologies and diseases related to the ear, nose and throat. Issues of recent advancements and research related to disease, illness, health and medical science are examined through various evidence-based clinical research studies. This journal proposes to serve as a collection of clinical notes, with an international perspective, along with the recent advances for postgraduates and consultants. The readership for this journal would include a wide variety of healthcare professionals, such as otolaryngologists, head and neck surgeons, ENT nurses as well as scholars and academicians in the field of medicine, trauma, surgery, etc. This journal aims to encourage the analysis of clinical data from various centers all over the world using standardized protocols to develop an international consensual perspective on the management of disorders related to the field of otorhinolaryngology. Recently, we have introduced "Case Reports", "How I Do It" and "Original Research" categories in the process of expanding the scope of the journal. Thisis a peer-reviewed journal of which three issues would be published each year. Each future issue will cover a different topic of special interest in the field of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery. This issue is the first of its kind dedicated to "anesthesia in otorhinolaryngology" and contains a compilation of articles by experienced anesthesiologists dealing with a large volume of ENT and related surgeries. In each issue, the editors give their perspective based on the submitted articles. All non invited articles are peer-reviewed. Peer-revieweing helps in providing unbiased, independent, critical assessment of the results of the research study in question including the scientific process.