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The Importance of Light Diagnosis in Joint Injuries of the Walls of the Upper Jaw Cavity

Boymuradov S.A.; Karimberdiev B.I.; Bakieva S.Kh

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Lattice Science Publication (LSP)

The article discusses the possibilities of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging when examining patients in an ENT clinic. The authors' materials cover complex observations of diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses. The patients were operated on, which made it possible to compare the data of radiation studies with operational findings and cytological material. CT scan in coronal projection allows to clarify the diagnosis, determine the possible causes of recurrent sinusitis and identify the individual structural features of the nasal cavity and PNS that contribute to the development of intraoperative complications. When analyzing CT data, special attention should be paid to identifying and correctly interpreting the intranasal anatomy. It is necessary to indicate in detail the location of the cyst of the maxillary sinus, which allows the surgeon to correctly choose the optimal surgical access.

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