Treatment of children with ARH is one of the most difficult tasks of modern reconstructive surgery of the maxillofacial area. The problem lies not only in the correction of the anatomical defect, but also in the full restoration of the function of the structures of the palatopharyngeal region. The microbiocenosis of the oral cavity is an important indicator of the functional and metabolic activity of the tissues of the oral cavity. The modern stage in the development of dentistry is characterized by the introduction of new effective preventive and diagnostic measures, which has become possible thanks to the discoveries made in the study of the mechanisms of formation of the pathological condition. The modern stage in the development of dentistry is characterized by the introduction of new effective preventive and diagnostic measures, which has become possible thanks to the discoveries made in the study of the mechanisms of formation of the pathological condition. The results of microbiological studies showed that in children with ADH before surgery, a significant shift in the qualitative composition of microflora towards pathogenic species was revealed, as well as quantitative changes in the normal stabilizing microflora of the oral cavity. Correction of microbiocenosis of the oral cavity is required before and after uranoplasty.
1. Amanullaev R.A. The birth rate of children with congenital cleft lip and palate in large regions of Uzbekistan and congenital and hereditary pathology of the head, face and neck in children / R.A. Amanullaev // Actual issues of complex treatment. - M., 2006. —C. 14-15. 2. Ikramov G.A. The use of actovegin in children with congenital cleft upper lip and palate before and after uranoplasty. Dis ... cand. honey. sciences. - Tashkent, 2004. —C. 105. 3. Kuzin M.I., Kostyuchenok B.M. Wounds and wound infection: a guide for doctors - Moscow, 1990 - 170 p. 4. Supiev T.K., Mamedov A.A., Negametzyanov N.G. et al. Experience in the complex treatment of children with bilateral cleft lip and palate // Dentistry.-2014.-No. 5.-P.69-74. 5. Bos M, Hopman J, Stuiver MM, Voss A. Decolonization of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carriage in adopted children with cleft lip and palate. J Glob Antimicrob Resist. 2016 Aug 9; 7: 28-33. doi: 10.1016 / j.jgar.2016.07.07.001.
Amanullaev, Rustam A.; Ikramov, Gairat A.; Маkhkamova, Feruza T.; and Yakubova, Farida H.
"MICROBIOCENOSIS OF THE ORAL CAVITY IN CHILDREN WITH INBORN CLEFT LIP AND PALATE,"
Central Asian Journal of Medicine: Vol. 2020
, Article 9.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/tma/vol2020/iss3/9