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A.I. Krukov

Sverzhevsky Moscow Scientific and Practical Othorhinolaryngology Center, Moscow

N.L. Kunel’skaya

N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia, 117997;
L.I. Sverzhevsky Moscow Research and Practical Centre of Otorhinolaryngology, Moscow Health Department, Moscow, Russia, 117152

E.V. Garov

Moskovskiĭ nauchno-prakticheskiĭ tsentr otorinolaringologii Departamenta zdravookhraneniia Moskvy

G.Yu. Tsarapkin

Sverzhevskiy Otorhinolaryngology Healthcare Research Institute, Moscow Department of Healthcare, Moscow, Russia

N.G. Sidorina

Moskovskiĭ nauchno-prakticheskiĭ tsentr otorinolaringologii im. L.I. Sverzhevskogo Departamenta zdravookhraneniia Moskvy, Moskva, Rossiia, 117152

E.E. Zagorskaia

Moskovskiĭ nauchno-prakticheskiĭ tsentr otorinolaringologii Departamenta zdravookhraneniia Moskvy

N.R. Akmuldieva

Kafedra otorinolaringologii lechebnogo fakul'teta RNIMU im. N.I. Pirogova Minzdrava Rossii, Moskva, Rossiia, 117997

The original method for bypass surgery of the tympanic cavity to treat chronic dysfunction of the Eustachian tube

Authors:

A.I. Krukov, N.L. Kunel’skaya, E.V. Garov, G.Yu. Tsarapkin, N.G. Sidorina, E.E. Zagorskaia, N.R. Akmuldieva

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Journal: Russian Bulletin of Otorhinolaryngology. 2015;80(3): 40‑44

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To cite this article:

Krukov AI, Kunel’skaya NL, Garov EV, Tsarapkin GYu, Sidorina NG, Zagorskaia EE, Akmuldieva NR. The original method for bypass surgery of the tympanic cavity to treat chronic dysfunction of the Eustachian tube. Russian Bulletin of Otorhinolaryngology. 2015;80(3):40‑44. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/otorino201580340-44

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