Palchun V.T., Kryukov A.I. Otorhinolaryngology: A guide for doctors. 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.