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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 it.
4. Rules for the use of the frontal reflector:
a) strengthen the reflector on the forehead with a frontal bandage. The hole of the reflector is placed against the left eye (Fig. 5.1);
b) the reflector should be 25-30 cm away from the organ under investigation (focal length of the mirror);
c) using a reflector direct a beam of reflected light on the nose of the subject.
Then they close their right eye and look through the reflector’s hole with the left and turn it so that a beam of light (“bunny”) is visible on the nose. Open the right eye and continue examination with two eyes. Periodically, it is necessary to monitor whether the visual axis of the left eye is in the center of the light beam and whether the focal length is maintained, which the doctor can adjust by leaning forward or backward.
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RESEARCH METHODS OF ENT ORGANS
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