ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ КОНТАКТНОЙ ЭНДОСКОПИИ В ДИАГНОСТИКЕ НОВООБРАЗОВАНИЙ РОТОГЛОТКИ И ПОЛОСТИ РТА
В. А. Черенкова
ФГБУ ДПО «Центральная государственная медицинская академия» Управления делами Президента РФ, Москва
Н. Д. Чучуева
Ю. Ю. Русецкий
И. В. Решетов
Э. А. Сулейманов
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Ключевые слова

новообразования ротоглотки
контактная эндоскопия

Как цитировать

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В. А. Черенкова, Н. Д. Чучуева, Ю. Ю. Русецкий, И. В. Решетов, и Э. А. Сулейманов, ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ КОНТАКТНОЙ ЭНДОСКОПИИ В ДИАГНОСТИКЕ НОВООБРАЗОВАНИЙ РОТОГЛОТКИ И ПОЛОСТИ РТА, КМКВ, т. 3, сс. 132-136, дек. 2022.
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Аннотация

Злокачественные новообразования головы и шеи занимают пятое место в мире по распространенности, при этом треть из них выявляется в ротоглотке и полости рта. Важным остается поиск дополнительных малоинвазивных и эффективных методов ранней диагностики. По данным литературы, параметры диагностической ценности контактной эндоскопии в дифференциальной диагностике доброкачественных и злокачественных новообразований полости рта и ротоглотки могут достигать 85-90%. Однако абсолютное большинство работ было посвящено исследованию контактной эндоскопии с окрашиванием, в которых не применялась единая классификация, а также были отмечены сложности в интерпретации результатов исследования. Перспективным является использование контактной эндоскопии с целью визуализации строения сосудистого русла слизистой оболочки. В полости рта и ротоглотки данный подход полноценно был применен только в одном исследовании и показал более высокую диагностическую ценность, достигающую 97%, чем в исследованиях, оценивающих исключительно клеточную архитектонику новообразования.
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