Palchun VT, Kryukov AI. Otorhinolaryngology: A Guide for Doctors. Part 1, 2001
The guide presents materials on the history and development of otolaryngology. In the first section, from the standpoint of the clinic, the anatomical, physiological and functional features of the upper respiratory tract, auditory and vestibular analyzers are considered. On the basis of this material classical methods of research of each LOP-organ are stated. In the second part, the diseases of the nose and the paranasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx, and ear are successively described.
Separately presented are neurological complications and sepsis, tumors of LOR-organs, specific diseases (tuberculosis, syphilis, Wegener's granulomatosis, diphtheria, AIDS). The issues of professional selection in otolaryngology are considered. Given the methodological recommendations on the examination and compilation of the patient's history in the hospital.
For otorhinolaryngologists and general practitioners.