Diseases Of The Upper Respiratory Tract

Leu - Barré syndrome

occurrence factors. syndrome often occurs in the neck arachnoiditis, diseases of the cervical spine cervical lymphadenitis, stenosis in the basin of the vertebral and basilar arteries, as well as tumors of the cervical localization. Etiology and pathogenesis. Neck migraine, vertebral artery...
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subdural abscess

occurrence factors. appears as a complication of chronic suppurative otitis media, is much more rare - acute.The infection spreads to the inner surface of the dura mater, most often by contact;in place, which corresponds to an abscess, dura softened, melted to form a larger or smaller hole.Ot...
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Diphtheria nose : Symptoms and Treatment

Etiology and pathogenesis. occurs in the form of localized nasal diphtheria or in combination with diphtheria pharynx, larynx, eyes and genitals especially in young children, including infants.Localized diphtheria often occurs in the form of catarrhal, catarrhal-ulcer or membranous form. sy...
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Eczema of the nasal vestibule

reasons. Eczema nasal vestibule often occurs with acute or chronic rhinitis, purulent lesions of the paranasal sinuses and nasopharynx, occurs due to irritation of the skin abnormal discharge arising from the nose.Often smorkane, wiping the entrance area of ​​the nose, as well as picking his ...
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Phlegmon larynx

Etiology and pathogenesis. laryngoscope defined hyperemia and sharp infiltration across the throat mucosa.When the larynx rlegmona passes in a later stage, multiple abscesses emptied.Inflammation goes and connective neck area that often causes them to fester.Perhaps the development of purulen...
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Mastoiditis Ear : symptoms of the disease and its treatment

often occurs while running otitis complication - mastoiditis ear, usually accompanied by fever and suppuration.Often mastoiditis disease causes a lot of noise in the ears, in the advanced stage disease is fraught with partial hearing loss.After full inspection, depending on how pronounced dise...
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Retropharyngeal abscesses in children and adults

retropharyngeal abscess - an extremely unpleasant purulent inflammation localized in the tissues of the retropharyngeal space.The most common retropharyngeal abscess in children of kindergarten age, but adults are not immune from the development of this disease.To diagnose the disease, you can...
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Congenital and hereditary deaf-mutism

deaf-mutism - a very unpleasant combination of the lack of a hearing with the absence of speech.It may be the result of the auditory organ hypoplasia or consequence of diseases ears. As you know, deaf-mutism is either congenital or acquired.In the latter case, the part of speech in children w...
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The adhesive otitis media and its treatment

adhesive otitis media develops in the background of suffering a purulent inflammation of the middle ear, and, like other similar diseases characterized by progressive hearing loss and ongoing buzz in the ears.Having identified the symptoms of adhesive otitis, treatment is given mainly therapeu...
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Sudden deafness in one ear and its causes

Sudden deafness is a rapidly occurring in the individual (just a couple of hours or even minutes) weakening of auditory sensations until their complete loss.The vast majority of such condition is unilateral. Usually sudden hearing loss causes no pain.It is not often observed these or other sp...
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