STUDY OF THE COMPOSITION OF IMMUNOCOMPETENT CELLS AND HUMORAL FACTORS OF IMMUNITY AT NASOPHARYNGEAL CANCER IN CHILDREN ON THE BACKGROUND OF ANTIVIRAL THERAPY
*Karimova N. M., Polatova D. Sh., Rakhatullava D. T., Hayitov F. E., Nuriddinov K. R., Boboev M. M., Hayitova A. T. and bdukhakimova M. I.
The aim of the study was to study the cellular and humoral parameters of immunity in children and adolescents after traditional therapy in combination with antiviral therapy. For this aim, 82 patients with nasopharyngeal tumors were examined, which were examined by various methods: clinical, laboratory, instrumental, immunological and virological methods. And also after examination and diagnosis, traditional therapy and antiviral therapy were prescribed. It was revealed that antiviral therapy, presented by acyclovir, favorably affects the state of cellular and humoral immunity, in connection with a significant suppression of viral load. Moreover, an improvement in the general condition is clinically noted, and in the future lengthening of the disease remission.
Keywords: Nasopharyngeal cancer in children and adolescents, Epstein Barr virus, cellular and humoral immunity, antiviral therapy.
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