rhinopharyngeal

rhi·no·pha·ryn·ge·al

(rī'nō-fă-rin'jē-ăl),
1. Synonym(s): nasopharyngeal
2. Relating to the rhinopharynx.

rhinopharyngeal

rhi·no·pha·ryn·ge·al

(rī'nō-fă-rin'jē-ăl)
1. Synonym(s): nasopharyngeal.
2. Relating to the rhinopharynx.
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Other exclusion criteria were previous surgical otologic treatment (except myringotomy for ventilation tube insertion), accumulation of epithelial debris in the tympanic retraction or TM perforation; otorrhea; and conditions clearly associated with eustachian tube dysfunction, such as craniofacial malformations and rhinopharyngeal tumors.
17) In their series, although it included patients with cleft palates and rhinopharyngeal tumors, the CLE had abnormalities in 39 of 60 ears (65%); 38% had tympanic retraction, 15%, otitis media with effusion, 7%, TM perforation and 5%, cholesteatoma.
Background: The pathogenesis of nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae (NTHi) begins with adhesion to the rhinopharyngeal mucosa.
The initial step in the pathogenesis of NTHi involves establishment of bacteria on the rhinopharyngeal respiratory mucosa followed by contiguous spreading within the respiratory tract and, occasionally, to sterile sites (4).
Diagnosis depends on clinical features positive history of contact with lake water and negative culture of bacteria viruses and fungi CSF detection of free living amoebas observation of amoeba in rhinopharyngeal cavity wash and testing with monoclonal antibodies2.
0%) as well as oral cavity aphtous ulcers, epidural hematomas, post-operative uvulitis, intramural hematomas and acute rhinopharyngeal hemorrhage in 1.
Due to the lack of reports of conidiobolomycosis from the state of Rio Grande do Norte and due to the economic consequences from this highly lethal infection, the aim of this study were to report the occurrence and to describe the clinical, laboratory, pathological, and mycological findings of three outbreaks of rhinocerebral and rhinopharyngeal conidiobolomycosis in sheep from Brazil.
3% of the meningococcal strains isolated from rhinopharyngeal carriers belonged to serogroup W135.
Makhsudov (2002) has determined that 61% DMA develop owing to rhinopharyngeal obstructions.
Videoendoscopy detected neither nasal nor rhinopharyngeal obstruction, and so a nasopharyngeal tube was placed to assure ventilation.
Makhsudov (2002) has determined that 61% of DMA develop owing to rhinopharyngeal obstructions.