In order to understand the causes of enlarged lymph nodes, it is necessary to conduct a series of diagnostic studies. The most informative and common diagnostic method is currently considered a biopsy of the lymph node.
Olfactometry is necessary to determine olfactory disorders - in particular, anosmia, hyposmia, parosmia. The procedure is performed using a series of cylinders filled with special solutions, as well as a device for the quantitative supply of these solutions.
A smear on the flora is one of the important diagnostic methods that allow obtaining a biomaterial for microscopic laboratory testing from the surface of the skin and mucous membranes. Most often, this concept refers to the taking of material from the surface of the vaginal mucosa.
Diagnostic procedure - testicular biopsy - is relatively rare, but it is considered very informative to determine the causes of impaired fertility in men, as well as other diseases associated with the male reproductive system.
Arterial pressure is the pressure that blood exerts on the walls of the vessels. This pressure is somewhat less in peripheral, smaller vessels. It fluctuates due to the contractile function of the heart.