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CLINICAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY AND EAR. RESEARCH METHODS OF ENT ORGANS

Otorhinolaryngology is a science and practical discipline about diseases of the ear, nose, pharynx and larynx (abbreviated as ENT). Given the applied nature of the manual, it is advisable to provide the main content - a description of the diseases - with information on the clinical anatomy, physiology and research methods of these organs. Since diseases of ENT organs are often interrelated with the pathology of the adjacent esophagus and trachea, it is also necessary to pose some questions regarding the structure and functions of these organs.

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CLINICAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE UPPER RESPIRATORY AND EAR. RESEARCH METHODS OF ENT ORGANS

  1. UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS AND ENT ORGANS
    UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS AND
  2. Clinical anatomy and physiology of ENT organs
    Clinical Anatomy and Physiology
  3. Upper Respiratory Research Methods
    When examining the upper respiratory tract, pay attention to the nostrils, nasal cavity, adnexal nasal cavity (maxillary, maxillary, maxillary, and frontal sinuses in all animals), larynx,
  4. Syphilis of the upper respiratory tract and ear
    Syphilis is an infectious disease caused by pale treponema and transmitted primarily through sexual contact. The course of the disease is chronic relapsing with a characteristic periodicity of clinical symptoms. With syphilis, all organs and
  5. CLINICAL ANATOMY AND EYE PHYSIOLOGY
    The embryo of the inner ear at the embryo appears earlier than the rudiments of the outer and middle ear — at the beginning of the 4th week of fetal development, it forms in the area of ​​the rhomboid brain in the form of a limited thickening of the ectoderm. By the 9th week of fetal development, the formation of the inner ear ends. The cochlear apparatus is phylogenetically younger and develops later than the vestibular apparatus. However processes
  6. Course project. Examination of the upper respiratory tract, examination and palpation of the chest, 2007
    Content. Introduction 1. Research methods of the upper respiratory tract. 2. Research material. 2.1 characteristics of the examined animals. 2.2 diet and its analysis. 2.3 daily routine and its analysis. 2.4 analysis of animal hygiene. 3. The results of the study. 4. conclusion. 5. list
  7. RESEARCH METHODS OF ENT ORGANS
    Methods of examination and endoscopic examination of ENT organs have a number of general principles. 1. The examinee is seated so that the light source and the table with the instruments are to the right of him. 2. The doctor sits opposite the subject with his feet to the table: the legs of the subject should be out. 3. The light source is located at the level of the right auricle of the subject at a distance of 10 cm from
  8. UPPER RESPIRATORY DISEASES
    Lewis Weinstein (Louis Weinstein) Diseases of the upper respiratory tract (nose, nasopharynx, sinuses, larynx) are among the most common human diseases. In the vast majority of cases, this pathology, accompanied by transient malaise, does not carry a direct threat to life and does not cause prolonged disability. Diseases of the nose
  9. Upper airway obstruction
    Acute obstruction of the upper respiratory tract due to pathological processes leading to narrowing of the larynx and bronchi is the most common cause of acute respiratory failure, requiring emergency treatment at the prehospital stage in children. The urgency of the situation is associated with early developing decompensation, which, in turn, is due to the narrow respiratory tract of the child, the presence of loose
  10. UPPER RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTION
    Obstruction of the upper respiratory tract (URTI) - the oral cavity, nasal passages, pharynx and larynx occurs as a result of acute and chronic diseases, anaphylaxis, foreign bodies entering the respiratory tract, and injuries. It is partial and complete, dynamic (with a change in the nature of clinical manifestations) and constant. This is a formidable complication with rapidly increasing respiratory failure and
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