Non-specific cellular resistance and immune status in case of chronic purulent sinusitis of industrial city and countryside inhabitants

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In this article non-specific cellular resistance and immune status in case of chronic purulent sinusitis of industrial city inhabitants are compared to countryside inhabitants' ones (62 persons from industrial city and 41 - from countryside). 98% of peasants have slight phagocytosis, high cellular resistance, 92,7% of them have good immune defence. 62,2% of citizens have secondary immunodeficiency, 29% - chronic carriage intracellular Mycoplasmes, Chlamidii, Gerpes virus and Cytomegalovirus.

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I S Potapova

Volga University Tatischev

Email: galiev59@yandex.ru
Экологический факультет; Волжский университет им. В.Н. Татищева; Volga University Tatischev

R S Galiev

Volga University Tatischev

Email: galiev59@yandex.ru
Экологический факультет; Волжский университет им. В.Н. Татищева; Volga University Tatischev

G S Rosenberg

Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin RAS

Email: genarozenberg@endex.ru
Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin RAS

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