I V Savenko

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81 children aged from 10 months to 15 years with laryngeal papillomatosis (LP) were studied immunologically. Two groups of the patients were formed: by age and frequency of LP recurrences. Multifactorial estimation covered T and B immunity, factors of nonspecific defense. It was found that LP patients had T-cell immunodeficiency indicated by a reduction in(More)
This study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of tanakan used to treat tympanophonia in elderly women. The entire spectrum of modern audiological technique was employed to examine the patients. It was shown that tanakan therapy decreases intensity of typmanytis and improves speech hearing in aged patients. The results of the study give reason to(More)
AIM To study the effect of Nocardia vaccinii IMV B-7405 surfactants on some bacteria (including pathogens of genera Proteus, Staphylococcus, Enterobacter), yeast of Candida species and fungi (Aspergillus niger R-3, Fusarium culmorum T-7). METHODS The antimi- crobial properties of surfactant were determined in suspension culture by Koch method and also by(More)
Original immunological studies allowed the authors to design a combined treatment of laryngeal papillomatosis (LP) with administration of immunomodulators and cytostatics. Surgery was performed on demand. Thymic hormone preparation (T-activin, thymalin, thymogen) and prospidin served as immunomodulators and cytostatic, respectively. To create lymphotropism,(More)
The present review of the literature is focused on the morphological and functional aspects of antenatal ontogenesis of the hearing system with special reference to the peculiar features of its formation during the post-natal period in the premature infants. In this context, the results of the objective psychoacoustic investigation s are considered(More)
Intrauterine infections are a crucial pathogenic factor exerting an appreciable influence on the development of the fetus. They can provoke intrauterine death, cause multiple lesions in the organs and tissues as well as long-term complications that manifest themselves at the later stages of the growth and development of the child. One of such complications(More)
Immunological examinations of 40 children with papillomatosis and chronic cicatricial stenosis of the larynx included measurements of circulating immune complexes (CIC) and lysozyme in the saliva and serum as well as complement activity in serum. The examinations were performed regularly during treatment. It was found that immunobiological factors played an(More)
A detailed examination of 40 children with recurrent exudative otitis media (EOM) using enzyme immunoassay and polymerase chain reaction suggested that ENT pathology in the above children (EOM, adenoiditis, tonsillopharyngitis, sinusitis) may be a complication of acute or chronic Epstein-Barr virus infection (EBVI) because primary EBVI infection or its(More)
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