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O.A. Kolenchukova, S.V. Smirnova, A.A. Savchenko Microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa and rhinosinusitis 2011
The monograph is devoted to urgent problems of otorhinolaryngology, microbiology and immunology. The questions of microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa depending on the etiology and pathogenesis of rhinosinusitis are considered. The features of the microbiocenosis of the nasal mucosa in various pathogenetic forms of rhinosinusitis (allergic and pseudo-allergic genesis) are established. Emphasis is placed on the specifics of the microbial flora in polypous and bacterial rhinosinusitis. The characteristic of the microbial landscape of the nasal mucosa with rhinosinusitis is given, depending on the type of immunopathological basis for triggering allergic inflammation.

The book is intended for bacteriologists, microbiologists, otorhinolaryngologists, immunologist-allergists, students and graduate students of medical schools.
Crib Answers on Otorhinolaryngology 2010
Answers for the exam of the Faculty of Dentistry 4th year of St. Petersburg State Medical University. Acad. I.P. Pavlova. 44 questions

General questions and research methods of ENT organs. Clinical anatomy and physiology of ENT organs. Pathology of the ear. Pathology of the upper respiratory tract.
Standards Diagnosis and treatment of ENT diseases 2009
Diagnostic and treatment standards for the following diseases: Acute nasopharyngitis Acute pharyngitis Streptococcal pharyngitis Acute pharyngitis caused by other specified pathogens Acute pharyngitis, unspecified Acute tonsillitis (tonsillitis). Streptococcal tonsillitis Chronic tonsillitis Hypertrophy of tonsils Hypertrophy of adenoids Acute tonsillitis caused by other specified ...
Test Hearing loss. Classification. Clinic. 2008
The concept of hearing loss. Types of hearing loss. The causes of hearing loss. Symptoms of hearing loss. Treatment of hearing loss. Prevention of hearing loss.
Kochkin R.V. Impedance audiometry 2006
Hearing research methods based on the subject's assessment of sensations arising from the presentation of sound signals to them (subjective audiometry) rightfully dominate the clinic. In fact, these are psychoacoustic tests. It is in the peculiarities of sensation that the unlimited possibilities of 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 are of particular importance in the study of hearing in children, in cases of insufficiency of the mental development of the subjects, in case of impaired consciousness due to various diseases and injuries. During the military, labor, forensic medical examination, it often also becomes necessary to objectively assess the state of auditory function without the participation of the subject. This book, “Impedance Audiometry,” describes one of the methods of objective assessment of hearing, which has recently become widespread in clinical audiology, is acoustic impedancemetry - measurement of acoustic impedance of the middle ear.
M.V. Fomina Prevention and treatment of voice disorders in persons with voice professions: Guidelines 2004
The guidelines cover the diagnosis of voice disorders of various origins in people with voice professions. The methods of treatment and correction of voice disorders, differentiated exercises with the aim of setting physiological and speech breathing, correct voice guidance are given.

The guidelines are intended for students who upgrade their qualifications in higher professional education programs when studying the discipline “Valueology and Human Ecology”
Neumann L.V., Bogomilsky M.R. Anatomy, physiology and pathology of the organs of hearing and speech 2001
The textbook examines the structure and functions of the organs of hearing and speech in normal and pathological conditions. A significant place is given to modern methods of hearing research in children with hearing and speech impairments, the latest means of compensating for 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 V.T., Kryukov A.I. Otorhinolaryngology: A Guide for Physicians. Part 1 2001
The manual presents materials on the history of the occurrence and development of otorhinolaryngology. In the first section, the anatomical, physiological and functional features of the upper respiratory tract, auditory and vestibular analyzers are examined from the perspective of the clinic. Based on this material, classical research methods for each LOP organ are described. The second part consistently describes diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, ear.

Separately presented are neurological complications and sepsis, tumors of the LOP organs, specific diseases (tuberculosis, syphilis, Wegener's granulomatosis, diphtheria, AIDS). The issues of professional selection in otorhinolaryngology are considered. Methodical recommendations are given for examining and compiling a patient’s medical history in a hospital.

For otorhinolaryngologists and general practitioners.
Palchun V.T., Kryukov A.I. Otorhinolaryngology: A Guide for Physicians. Part 2 2001
The manual presents materials on the history of the occurrence and development of otorhinolaryngology. In the first section, the anatomical, physiological and functional features of the upper respiratory tract, auditory and vestibular analyzers are examined from the perspective of the clinic. Based on this material, classical research methods for each LOP organ are described. The second part consistently describes diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, ear.

Separately presented are neurological complications and sepsis, tumors of the LOP organs, specific diseases (tuberculosis, syphilis, Wegener's granulomatosis, diphtheria, AIDS). The issues of professional selection in otorhinolaryngology are considered. Methodical recommendations are given for examining and compiling a patient’s medical history in a hospital.

For otorhinolaryngologists and general practitioners.
Soldatov I.B. Hoffman V.R. (Ed.) Otorhinolaryngology 2000
In the textbook, from a modern perspective, the basic information on clinical anatomy, physiology, and methods for studying ENT organs is presented. The clinical picture of their diseases and injuries is described. The basic 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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