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OA Kolenchukova, S.V. Smirnova, A.A. Savchenko Microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa and rhinosinusitis 2011
The monograph is devoted to the actual problems of otorhinolaryngology, microbiology and immunology. Questions of microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa depending on the etiology and pathogenesis of rhinosinusitis are considered. Specific features of the microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa under various pathogenetic forms of rhinosinusitis (allergic and pseudoallergic genesis) have been established. The emphasis is placed on the specificity of microbial flora in polyposis and bacterial rhinosinusitis. A characteristic of the microbial landscape of the nasal mucosa in rhinosinusitis is given, depending on the type of immunopathological basis for the triggering of allergic inflammation.

The book is intended for bacteriologists, microbiologists, otorhinolaryngologists, allergologists-immunologists, students and post-graduate students of medical universities.
Shpargalga Answers on Otorhinolaryngology 2010
Answers for the examination of the Dentistry Faculty of the 4th year of SPbgMU them. acad. IP Pavlov.44 the question

General questions and methods of examining ENT organs. Clinical anatomy and physiology of ENT organs. The pathology of the ear. Pathology of the upper respiratory tract.
Standards Diagnosis and treatment of ENT diseases 2009
Diagnostic standards and treatment of the following diseases: Acute nasopharyngitis Acute pharyngitis Streptococcal pharyngitis Acute pharyngitis due to other specified pathogens Acute pharyngitis, unspecified Acute tonsillitis (sore throat). Streptococcal tonsillitis Chronic tonsillitis Hypertrophy of tonsils Hypertrophy of adenoids Acute tonsillitis caused by other specified ...
Test Deafness. Classification. Clinic. 2008
The concept of hearing loss. Types of hearing loss. Causes of hearing loss. Symptoms of hearing loss. Treatment of deafness. Prophylaxis of hearing loss.
Kochkin R.V. Impedance audiometry 2006
Methods of hearing research, based on the assessment of the test subjects' sensations arising from the presentation of sound signals (subjective audiometry) are rightfully dominant in the clinic. In fact, these are psychoacoustic tests. It is in the peculiarities of sensation that unlimited opportunities for studying various aspects and manifestations of hearing are hidden. However, there are a number of situations in which the use of subjective indicators is impossible or undesirable. In particular, objective methods acquire special significance in the study of hearing in children, in cases of insufficiency of the mental development of the studied, in the case of impaired consciousness due to various diseases and traumas. In the course of military, labor, forensic medical examination, there is often a need for an objective assessment of the state of the auditory function without participation in this process of the subject. In this book "Impedance audiometry" tells about one of the methods of objective hearing evaluation, which has recently become widespread in clinical audiology, is acoustic impedance measurement - the measurement of the acoustic impedance of the middle ear.
MVFomina Prophylaxis and treatment of voice disorders in persons with voice speech professions: Methodical instructions 2004
The methodical instructions cover the diagnosis of voice disorders of various origins in people with voice speech professions. Methods of treatment and correction of vocal disorders, differentiated exercises for the purpose of setting physiological and speech breathing, correct voice behavior are given.

Methodical guidelines are intended for students who improve their qualifications in higher professional education programs while studying the discipline "Valeology and Human Ecology"
Neiman LV, Bogomilsky M.R. Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the organs of hearing and speech 2001
The textbook deals with the structure and functions of the organs of hearing and speech in the norm and pathology. A significant place is given to modern methods of hearing research in children with hearing and speech deficiencies, the newest means of compensating the auditory function, as well as the use and development of residual hearing and preventive measures to combat deafness and speech disorders in children.

The textbook is intended for students of higher and secondary pedagogical educational institutions.
Palchun VT, Kryukov AI Otorhinolaryngology: A guide for doctors. Part 1 2001
The manual presents materials on the history of the onset and development of otorhinolaryngology. In the first section, the clinic considers the anatomical, physiological and functional features of the upper respiratory tract, auditory and vestibular analyzers. Based on this material, classical methods for the investigation of each LOP organ are outlined. In the second part, the diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, and ear are consistently described.

Separately presented neurological complications and sepsis, tumors of LOP-organs, specific diseases (tuberculosis, syphilis, Wegener's granulomatosis, diphtheria, AIDS). Questions of professional selection in otorhinolaryngology are considered. Methodical recommendations for the examination and compilation of the patient's medical history in the hospital are given.

For otorhinolaryngologists and general practitioners.
Palchun VT, Kryukov AI Otorhinolaryngology: A guide for doctors. Part 2 2001
The manual presents materials on the history of the onset and development of otorhinolaryngology. In the first section, the clinic considers the anatomical, physiological and functional features of the upper respiratory tract, auditory and vestibular analyzers. Based on this material, classical methods for the investigation of each LOP organ are outlined. In the second part, the diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, and ear are consistently described.

Separately presented neurological complications and sepsis, tumors of LOP-organs, specific diseases (tuberculosis, syphilis, Wegener's granulomatosis, diphtheria, AIDS). Questions of professional selection in otorhinolaryngology are considered. Methodical recommendations for the examination and compilation of the patient's medical history in the hospital are given.

For otorhinolaryngologists and general practitioners.
Soldatov IBGofman VR (ed.) Otorhinolaryngology 2000
In the textbook, from the current positions, the main information on clinical anatomy, physiology and methods of examining ENT organs is presented. A clinical picture is described for their diseases and injuries. The main methods of treatment and prevention, as well as modern provisions for the organization of otorhinolaryngological care in the Armed Forces in peacetime and wartime are presented.
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