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Effectiveness of the in vivo assessment of the function of the palatine tonsils in humans



Effectiveness of the in vivo assessment of the function of the palatine tonsils in humans



Vestnik Otorinolaringologii 1990(3): 27-29



The method of in vivo assessment of the palatine tonsil function proposed by E. L. Popov and P. N. Pushchina was verified. Using a special unit, the lacunar contents were examined in 16 patients with decompensated chronic tonsillitis and 10 healthy subjects. It was concluded that the above method cannot be recommended for wide application while the apparatus can be well used for further study of palatine tonsils.

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