Hanna Zajączkiewicz

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INTRODUCTION Tympanic membrane (TM) perforations are commonly seen in clinical practice as a result of trauma or in the course of otitis media. The TM is a unique structure suspended in air which makes its healing processes different than in the skin wounds. The aim of the study was otoscopical and histological evaluation of the rat's TM healing process. (More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of the study is to analyze the relationship between otoscopic tympanic membrane abnormalities, results of impedanace and extended-high-frequency audiometry in subjects with history of treatment of secretory otitis media (SOM) and ventilation tube insertion. MATERIAL AND METHODS 97 subjects treated because of SOM were examined in years(More)
OBJECTIVES The goal of this work was to identify genes, known to be involved in the skin wound healing, that express differentially in the healthy and injured tympanic membrane (TM), and designate the molecules potentially beneficial for treatment of TM perforation. The molecular mechanisms controlling the course of TM regeneration are far from being(More)
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