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Oral Oncology Reports

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E-ISSN 2772-9060
Area Surgery, Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Medicine, Otorhinolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery, Oncology

Oral Oncology Reports (OOR), a companion title to Oral Oncology , is an online-only, peer-reviewed, open access journal. OOR provides an international interdisciplinary forum for the rapid publication of research relating to biology, diagnosis and treatment of neoplasms of the head and neck. OOR publishes original research, clinical trials and review articles, editorials, and commentaries. OOR offers these benefits to authors: Fast and fair peer review Rapid, article-based publication Unrivalled visibility and exposure for your research Immediate, free and permanent access to your paper on ScienceDirect Immediately citable using the article DOI


  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Surgery, Dentistry, Oral Surgery and Medicine, Otorhinolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery, Oncology
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H-Index is a metric that is commonly used to evaluate the productivity and impact of individual researchers, rather than journals. However, some researchers have proposed adapting the h-index to measure the impact and prestige of scientific journals.
The h-index for the journal is the highest number of articles that have received at least that number of citations.
For example, if a journal has published 100 articles, and the most highly cited article has been cited 50 times, the h-index for the journal would be 50.

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