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(pharyngology)
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  • [Individualized treatment of chronic pharyngitis and its clinical significance]. [Journal Article]
    Lin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2018; 32(13):1006-1008Zhao YL, Miao FF, Yang JH
  • Objective: Analysis of the etiology of chronic pharyngitis. Study on the individualized therapeutic effect of chronic pharyngitis caused by different causes and its clinical significance.Method:One hundred and sixty-eight cases of chronic pharyngitis in our department from October 2016 to December 2017.It was divided into the experimental group and the control group,2 groups of patients were eval…
  • The impact of subspecialty services on health care delivery--a community health centre based study. [Journal Article]
    S Afr Med J 2006; 96(9 Pt 2):945-9Cox S, Mpofu F, … Rode H
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrated the significant public health problem of paediatric surgical disease. It emphasized the preventative and cost-effective role of a surgical clinic at primary health care level. The clinic allowed for timely surgical intervention in 65% of surgical cases, thereby decreasing inappropriate tertiary referrals. We believe that bringing specialists into the community can only strengthen the 2010 health care plan.
  • Taste disorders: a survey of the examination methods and treatments used in Japan. [Journal Article]
    Acta Otolaryngol 2005; 125(11):1203-10Ikeda M, Aiba T, … Tomita H
  • CONCLUSIONS: In Japan, the number of patients seeking treatment for taste disorders from otolaryngologists is approximately 240 000/year, and this number has almost doubled in the last 13 years. Taste examinations are routinely conducted in almost all university hospitals; testing is not as common in private clinics. Administration of zinc is the main treatment for taste disorders in Japan.
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