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Benign tumors of the nose

For benign tumors of the nose include:

  • papillomavirus
  • fibroma
  • angiomas and angiofibromas
  • osteomas
  • Neuroma
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Malignant tumors of the nose and paranasal sinuses

Malignant diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses - a cancer and sarcoma, as a rule, are primary. They are relatively rare, more common in men, mostly middle-aged and elderly.


The most common primary malignant maxillary affected, then grids, frontal and sphenoid sinus. ... Read more »
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Chronic stenosis of the larynx

Chronic stenosis occur as a result of persistent morphological changes in the larynx or neighboring areas. They usually develop slowly and gradually. Causes of chronic stenosis varied. The most common are:

  • Chondro-perihondrit traumatic, infectious, radiation.
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Snoring, causes, treatment

Snoring - a sound phenomenon that occurs when beating each other soft structures of the throat against the air stream passing through narrowed airways. More than 30% of the adult population suffers from snoring, after 60 years of 60%.


Snoring is the sound, is largely a social pro ... Read more »
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Scleroma of the trachea and bronchus

With scleroma of larynx trachea in its manifestations are not rare. Perhaps the appearance of infiltrates in the trachea and bronchi and in the absence of the overlying airway. Individual skleromnye nodules and small flat parietal infiltration in the trachea and bronchi for a long time may not cause any illness and are found only in ... Read more »

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Lupus of upper respiratory tract

Lupus upper respiratory tract is a form of tuberculosis with characteristic changes of the skin and mucous membranes. During its slow, painless, there is a tendency to scarring.


Lupus upper respiratory tract occurs mainly in children aged 5 to 15 years. Often combined with ... Read more »
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The anomaly of external ear

The outer ear consists of:

ear
external auditory canal.

The auricle is situated between the temporomandibular joints, front and rear mastoid. The skeleton of the shell is elastic cartilage thickness of 0.5-1 mm, coated on both sides of the perichondrium and skin. The auricle is attached ligaments and muscl ... Read more »
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