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Many pathologists have little acquaintance with ear, nostril concomitant biopsy became ordinary within the and throat pathology. a few obtain few specimens from administration of throat issues. it's was hoping that. through ENT tissues; others are deterred from deeper research of the book of this Atlas, pathologists receiving basically fabric that emanates from areas the traditional anatomy occasional specimens might be guided of their provision of of that's so forbidding in its complexity and holds no a file invaluable to the clinician and those that are concerned familiarity via post-mortem research, for, except with a bigger ENT carrier could be providec with a advisor the larynx, there's often no compelling indication for to the deeper figuring out of the topic. exam of the ear, nostril or throat at postmortem. but. the trendy tendency in e-book of ristopatholog­ both with biopsy specimens from different elements of the ical microphotographs is to forget any assertion in their physique, the pathologist's record is consequential for the magnification, because it will frequently be transparent to the reader effective dealing with of ear, nostril and throat health problems and what order of growth is concerned. I n this Atlas, occasionally even for the patient's survival.

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Graham, J. and Michaels, L. (1978). Cholesterol granuloma of the maxillary antrum. Clin. , 3, 155-160 13. Carrington, C. B. and Liebow, A A (1970). Pulmonary venoocclusive disease. , 1, 322-324 14. Godman, G. C and Churg, J. (1954). Wegener's granulomatosis; pathology and review of the literature. Am Med. Assoc. Arch. , 58, 533-553 15. Weiss, M. A and Crissman,J. D. (1984). Renal biopsy findings in Wegener's granulomatosis: segmental necrotizing glomerulonephritis with glomerular thrombosis. , 15,942-956 16.

Many pathological changes of the inner ear require the use of special postmortem techniques for their demonstration because of the poorfixation of the labyrinthine membranes during routine postmortem examination (see Chapter 1). Ototoxic conditions Ototoxic injury to the inner ear is the use of a variety of drugs. There are five classes of substances, the ototoxicity of which has been carefully investigated clinically and experimentally because they are so frequently used in clinical practice: aminoglycoside antibiotics, loop diuretics, salicylates, quinine and cytotoxic drugs used in the treatment of malignant disease.

89. 460-469 9. Guild. S. R. (1944). Histologic otosclerosis. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryngol.. 53. 246-266 Normal Histology and Inflammatory Conditions of the Nose and Paranasal Sinuses Normal Histology The vestibule, the anterior chamber of the nasal cavity, is lined by an internal extension of the integument of the external nose, including a keratinizing stratified squamous epithelial surface and an underlying dermis containing hair follicles, sebaceous and sweat glands. The degree of posterior extension of the vestibule varies with physiological conditions, races and individuals.

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