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Small intestine bacterial overgrowth does not correspond to intestinal inflammation in cystic fibrosis
Gastrointestinal inflammation is a frequent finding in cystic fibrosis patients, however, small intestine bacterial overgrowth does not seem to be the major or at least not the only determinant of intestinal inflammation.
[Acute otitis media in children].
Acute otitis media (A.O.M.M.) occurs mainly in children and is diagnosed basing on history, but mainly using otoscopic examination, using tympanocentesis and administration of amoxycillin in the dose of 40 mg/kg b.o.w. daily.
Olfactory-like receptor cDNAs are present in human lingual cDNA libraries.
Olfactory and pheromone receptors constitute a large family of G-protein-coupled receptors involved in the detection and transduction of odorant signals and it is found that four genes are expressed in epithelial cells of the surface of the adult tongue.
Recommendations for the diagnosis of human papilloma virus (HPV) high and low risk in the prevention and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity, pharynx and larynx. Guide of experts PTORL and KIDL.
The article is aiming to highlight some of major issues for the clinician dealing with patients with HPV-related morbidities and to introduce the diagnostic algorithm in Poland.
HPV vaccination in head and neck HPV-related pathologies.
This review is aimed at presenting the evidence-based knowledge concerning HPV vaccination and highlighting the trials and strategies for vaccine administration in HPV-dependent head and neck pathologies.
The Central Neck Dissection or the Modified Sistrunk Procedure in the Treatment of the Thyroglossal Duct Cysts in Children: Our Experience
A modified Sistrunk procedure is method of choice in the treatment of the uncomplicated TGDC with a history of infected cyst or incision of an abscess or in revision cases the central neck dissection should be considered in order to avoid the risk of the further recurrences.
The significance of Bartonella henselae bacterias for oncological diagnosis in children
CSD should be considered in differential diagnosis of any patient with untypical lesions located on the head, neck, and upper extremities, including the lack of documented cat contact, primary lesions, or peripheral lymphadenopathy.
Human papillomavirus DNA presence of the upper respiratory tract mucosa of healthy children.
Examinations of children with Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis, using PCR method with specific primers, revealed HPV type 6 or/and 11 in 98%-100% tissue samples, indicating relatively high presence of HPV in respiratory tract in children.
Use of ex utero intrapartum treatment procedure in fetal neck and high airway anomalies – report of four clinical cases
Abstract Purpose: To present antenatal management and use of ex utero intrapartum treatment (EXIT) in different fetal neck and high airway anomalies. Material and Methods: We have presented four
Environmental pollution and parental smoking influence on the appearance of pseudocroup in children.
Analysis of the breast feeding period revealed that it was the longest (up to 9 months) in non-smoking mothers--21% of the group, and only in 4.3% of smoking mothers.