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After a mandatory conversation with the patient to collect complaints and anamnesis, pharyngoscopy is performed - a visual examination with a spatula and frontal reflector. Tonsil lacunae are examined with a special probe with a thickened rounded end or with the help of two spatulas, one of which moves the root of the tongue, and the other presses the tonsil in the area of ​​the transitional fold of the anterior arch to examine the contents of the gaps. When examining the nasopharynx, a spatula is used, which draws off the root of the tongue and the nasopharyngeal mirror, which is inserted behind the soft palate without touching the posterior pharyngeal wall, while the patient must breathe through his nose.
The choans, the posterior ends of the lower nasal concha, and the nasopharyngeal tonsil are examined. An examination of the larynx is performed simultaneously with an examination of the larynx - laryngoscopy (pharyngolaryngoscopy) with a laryngeal mirror with mandatory pulling of the tongue anteriorly with a clean gauze napkin. In addition to pharyngoscopy, palpation of the regional lymph nodes of the neck along the anterior edge of the sternocleidomastoid muscle is performed, a study of the microflora of the pharynx (an especially important diagnostic method for diseases of the pharynx), an X-ray examination, and, if necessary, a biopsy.
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RESEARCH METHODS

  1. 38. RESEARCH, OBJECTIVE RESEARCH, LABORATORY AND INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF RESEARCH IN DISEASES OF THE Pancreas
    Patients with diseases of the pancreas (pancreas) may complain of abdominal pain, as well as dyspeptic symptoms and general weakness. Pain is most often localized in the upper abdomen, mainly in the epigastric region or left hypochondrium, radiating to the back, left shoulder. They can be acute, intense, girdling, with radiation to the lumbar region,
  2. THE METHOD OF “Slices” AND THE METHOD OF STEP-BY-STEP FORMING IN THE STUDY OF CHILD'S THINKING
    A comparison of our ideas with the ideas of J. Piaget is of great importance to us, for we also proceed from action as the central problem of mental life and psychology. We recognize that from a general biological point of view, the psyche is an auxiliary apparatus of behavior; Moreover, we believe that mental processes are nothing more than sublimated objective actions, and images -
  3. Research methods
    As the organizational methods, we used the comparative method (comparing the properties of the samples depending on the profession, place of residence and age characteristics), longitudinal (the change in the level of development of multi-ethnic competence, ethnic tolerance and emotional intelligence was monitored before and after participating in acmeological programs). As empirical methods
  4. Research methods
    The work mainly used nomothetic research method. The empirical level included the planning and organization of a study conducted in 2005-2008. The following methods were used to solve the problems posed and test hypotheses: theoretical analysis of concepts and research in the field of personality psychology, developmental psychology, differential psychology, philosophy, sociology and
  5. Research methods
    The complex and systemic approaches implemented in this study with its multifaceted nature of the tasks required required the use of various methods for collecting empirical data, diagnostics, and the formation of the procedure for their mathematical processing. Empirical research methods: observation and self-assessment method using computer technology; psychodiagnostic methods in
  6. Research method
    The study of any new field must begin with the search and development of the method. One can express in general terms the idea that any fundamentally new approach to scientific problems inevitably leads to new research methods and methods. The object and research method are closely related to each other. Therefore, the study takes a completely different look and flow then,
  7. Research methods
    The choice of research methods was determined by the multifaceted nature of research tasks. For the implementation of the tasks, a complex of scientific methods was used, combined in the framework of a ascertaining study and a developing experiment. Such general scientific research methods as theoretical, methodological and logical analysis, synthesis, construction of analogies, comparative and
  8. Research methods
    To solve the tasks in the study, three groups of methods were used: theoretical methods (historiographic, comparative, systematization and conceptualization of scientific ideas, modeling); methodical program of empirical research, which included stating and formulating experiments using psychodiagnostic techniques and questionnaires: questionnaires by A. Mehrabian
  9. Research methods
    The main research methods included 1) general scientific: system analysis, modeling, nomothetic-ideographic analysis, design, extrapolation, theoretical analysis; 2) a complex of psychological and acmeological methods, combined in the framework of the ascertaining and formative experiment; 3) methods developed within the framework of the component approach: survey, observation, interviews,
  10. Esophagus research methods
    Along with the well-known subjective methods of research (clarification of the circumstances of the development of a pathological condition, analysis of complaints, etc.), in the study of the esophagus, the most significant are two methods of objective research: radiation (radiological) and esophagoscopic. The main indication for the study of the esophagus is a violation of its function - i.e. certain violations
  11. Research methods
    Based on the methodological premises for solving the tasks, the following methods and techniques were selected for an in-depth theoretical and empirical study of the problems under consideration: systemic and structural-dialectical analysis, comparative historical method, content analysis method, expert assessment method, included and external observation, semi-structured interview, differential
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