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The morphological characteristic of the mucous membrane at polypous rhinosinusitis

Author: D.D. ALIMOVA, S.E. AMONOV
Abstract: The conducted microscopic research among 15 children with polypous rhinosinusitis have shown that epithelial lining, developing from ciliated, goblet-shaped, edged cages, small cages with granules and basal cages, at mycotic infections is exposed to essential changes. More essential changes are marked in the Lamina propria. Hypostasis displays, expansion of a gleam of micro vessels with presence in them of pathological forms of red blood cells - echinocytes, stomatocytes, red blood cells with a crest are expressed. Among micro vessels are thin-walled small veins and venules which form complexes similar to cavernous bodies dominate. Along with a hypostasis of numerous dense congestions of infiltrate cages, and also diffuse distribution of connective tissue cages of inflammatory infiltrate are marked. Congestions of infiltration cages are often marked at the basal membranes of the epithelial lining. In such congestions, lymphocytes dominate. Thus integrity of the basal membranes and an exit of connective tissue cages inflammatory infiltration in the epithelial lining quite often takes place. Among connective tissue cages of settling down diffuse infiltration in the Lamina propria plasmatic cages dominate. In separate zones Lamina propria settle down tubular-alveolar glands. Them acinuses are generated secretory by cages of the cubic form, and channels contain a homogenous material - slime. On light cuts among children with rhinosinusitis polyphony the rake etiologies are defined congestions of elements of mushrooms. They are presented, mainly, by intertwining threads of mycelium. At luminescent microscopy of the cuts painted acridine orange, of a thread of mycelium give a red luminescence. Their greatest congregation is marked close to the basal membranes of the epithelial lining.
Keyword: chronic rhinosinusitis, polyps, light microscopy, children
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.230
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