Kazan medical journal

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About: the Kazan Medical Journal is a peer-reviewed journal for clinicians and medical scientists, practicing physicians, researchers, teachers and students of medical schools, interns, residents and PhD students interested in perspective trends in international medicine.

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Vol 26, No 2 (1930)

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In memory of prof. Alexey Vasilievich Favorsky
Yudin T.
Abstract

February 17, at I o'clock. A.V. Favorsky, professor of nervous diseases at Kazan University and the Institute for Advanced Medical Studies, died after a serious two-week illness. AV was born in the family of a small employee in the fishery in the city of Astrakhan in 1873. The family of AV's father was large (17 children) and without money. Only a passionate thirst for knowledge and the occasional material support of the master of the trades made it possible for A.V. to enter the gymnasium and graduate from it.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):118-120
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About morphological changes in the kidney in children with infections and some other diseases
Makarov Y.V.
Abstract

The issue of pathological and histological changes in the kidneys in children with various infections and other diseases cannot be considered sufficiently researched and worked out. Only in certain infections (scarlet fever) has much attention been paid to the study of the kidneys. Most of the works on the issue of interest to us date back to the time when, on the one hand, insufficient importance was attached to the early dissection of corpses and the freshness of the material, which, as is now known, is of particular importance for the histology of the kidney, on the other hand, such interpretation of the detected changes, which do not correspond to the views and concepts of modern nephropathology; Finally, those changes in views on some diseases that have occurred to date, for example, in the issue of disorders of digestion and nutrition in infants, dictate the need for a different approach to the study of renal changes in these diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):121-132
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Attempts at intradermal malaria treatment
German O.A., Korobkin V.N.
Abstract

Until now, it is considered an open question whether quinine acts directly as a parasiticidal action against malarial plasmodia or only activates the formation of natural antibodies. According to Worner, when 0.5 quinine is injected intravenously, it circulates in the blood not at a dilution of 1: 2500, as one might assume, considering the amount of blood in an adult is 5 liters, but a maximum at a dilution of 1:50,000.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):132-136
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Urobilinogenic reaction of urine in acute infectious diseases
Shtykalev G.F.
Abstract

With all febrile and other diseases, accompanied by abundant disintegration of blood and other protein bodies, there is an increased excretion of urobilinogens in the urine against the norm. There are especially many urobilinogens in infectious diseases, in particular in acute infections accompanied by a strong increase in temperature, poisoning of the body with bacterial toxins, abundant breakdown of erythrocytes and other protein bodies, from which urobilinogen is ultimately formed.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):137-142
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Observations on the change in the blood picture under the action of artificial light
Nechaev P.V.
Abstract

Treatment with artificial light has recently been widely used in the prevention and treatment of many childhood diseases. Everyone knows the life-giving effect of the sun's rays on the growing body of a child. It is based mainly on the action of ultraviolet rays, which are rich in the solar spectrum. Due to climatic conditions, the use of natural sunlight is limited, especially in our latitudes, and for a long time there have been attempts to find a light source that would have a photo-chemical effect. close to the sun. These turned out to be a Bach mercury-quartz lamp and a carbon-arc lantern, rich in blue, violet and ultraviolet rays.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):143-148
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Treatment of cancer of the lower lip with surgical diathermy
Lanovsky A.G.
Abstract

In 1925, at the First All-Russian Congress of Physiotherapists, prof. A. L. Polenov said that “... one knife in the hands of even the most experienced surgeon is not able to give the victim everything that he can get if this surgeon has at his disposal a full range of all physiotherapeutic devices.” Unquestionably agreeing with Prof. Polenov about the importance of physiotherapy in surgery, I think, however, that a number of physiotherapeutic procedures are not only an auxiliary method in surgical practice, but sometimes they stand at the same height as the surgeon's knife. I mean the method of operative or surgical diathermy, the method that gave we have excellent results in a number of surgical diseases.Surgical diathermy, in contrast to conservative diathermy, aims to replace to some extent the surgeon's knife and use the effect of heat to destroy pathological tissues.The method of surgical diathermy, being new in its technical capabilities, in essence being moxibustion, is method known from ancient times. In the Middle Ages, Arab Achami especially often used the destruction of tissues for therapeutic purposes with hot iron (ferrum cadens). Using for this purpose iron rods, set in wooden handles, and glowing them over coals. Iron bars have recently been replaced by the Paquelin'a thermocouter, which in turn can be supplanted by surgical diathermy.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):148-153
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Acute intestinal obstruction
Avrov E.N.
Abstract

With acute intestinal obstruction, not only the surgeon has to deal with, but often also the therapist, gynecologist and pediatrician. In the question of intestinal obstruction, far from everything has been clarified: the etiology of this disease is not always clear, and the mechanism of the origin of shock, severe events and the cause of death has not yet been finally clarified. All this explains why the issue of intestinal obstruction has been and is being paid much attention both in periodicals and at surgical congresses. Thus, acute intestinal obstruction was a programmatic issue at the 19th Congress in Leningrad, and the issue of blood chemistry in intestinal obstruction was proposed as a topic for the 22nd Congress. Because of this, we allow ourselves to report on the material we have accumulated.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):153-158
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Hernia in the cavity of the vaginal membrane of the testicle
Potapov V.G.
Abstract

Being one of the oldest and most studied departments in surgery, the department of hernias is still fraught with a lot of unclear and much that must be explained from the point of view of an abstract hypothesis, and not with irrefutable scientific data. In particular, the pathogenesis of herniae encysticae Cooregі is still very unclear, although many different theories were proposed to explain it, at one time.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):158-164
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On the conditions determining the danger of acute diffuse peritonitis
Manenkov P.V.
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“Peritonitis, according to prof. Tikhov, is, undoubtedly, the central point not only of the entire department devoted to surgery of the peritoneum, but of all abdominal surgery in general, and even more so, of all modern surgery. Among the various forms of peritonitis, acute diffuse peritonitis attracts special attention.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):164-177
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About the method of treatment of gonorrhea and its complications according to the method of O. Sachs'a
Rothstein С.Y.
Abstract

O. Sachs, who for the first time proposed intravenous infusion of 20% sterile salicylic pagra solution for the treatment of psoriasis vulgaris, recommends this method to be used in the treatment of gonorrhea, especially its complications. In total, he conducted 103 cases of gonorrhoid urethritis in this way, in the overwhelming number complicated by epididymitis, funiculitis and prostatitis. In 72 patients, he used exclusively intravenous infusions of salicylic sodium, and in the rest, he also used local therapy before, during and after the infusions. He received excellent results from this method of treatment. Out of 72 patients who used only intravenous infusions of salicylic sodium, complete cure was achieved in 39 cases (54.16%), improvement in 32 cases (44.44%), and a negative result in only one. The duration of treatment on average was 21.5 days, each patient had 6.5 injections, with an average amount of salicylic sodium administered in 18.9 grams. With combined treatment, the percentage of complete cure increases even more, but with a larger number of injections and a longer duration period of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):177-181
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On rationalizing the accumulation of medical experience
Mastbaum M.I.
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“I was born in Moscow in 1863 — at the turn of 2 eras. I still remember the remnants of serfdom, tallow candles, kerosene lamps, tarantases, dormitories, relay races, flintlock guns, small cannons that looked like toys. Before my eyes, railways with courier trains, steamships were emerging in Russia, electric searchlights, automobiles, airplanes, dreadnoughts, submarines, telephones — wire, wireless, radio telegraphs, 12-inch guns were created. Thus, from a tallow candle to an electric searchlight, from a tarantass to an airplane, from a sailing boat to a submarine, from a gun to Berthe's cannon, and from serfdom to Bolshevism and communism "(Stanislavsky" My Life in Art ").

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):181-187
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Two cases of bone formation in the postoperative scar of the abdominal wall
Rodionov V.E.
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Histogenetically similar cells can sometimes undergo metaplasia under the influence of little-known reasons. In some cases, the transformation of one type of tissue into another occurs for no apparent reason, such as in various kinds of mixed tumors; in other cases, we observe the phenomenon of metaplasia in chronic tissue irritation (Podvysotsky). Our cases of ossification of the postoperative scars of the abdominal wall and can be interpreted in terms of prolonged irritation of the connective tissue of the aponeurosis of the abdominal muscles with silk sutures, for which, to a certain extent, the shape of the bone formations speaks.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):187-188
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A case of bone formation in the lung
Chetchueva T.
Abstract

The development of bone tissue in the lung is quite rare, and branchy bone formation is especially rare. Most often, the bone of the stenosis of bronchial cartilage with bronchiectasis develops, then in the form of real bone tumors (osteoma, osteosarcoma, osteochondroma), then, finally, in the form of branched formations, to which the described case belongs.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):188-191
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Bilateral tubal pregnancy
Becker B.M.
Abstract

Ectopic twins can occur as simultaneous uterine and ectopic (tubal) pregnancies, twins in a single tube, simultaneous tubal and ovarian pregnancies, and finally, simultaneous bilateral tubal pregnancies. Combinations of simultaneous pregnancy, uterine and tubal, are not so rare. Cases of bilateral tubal pregnancy are rare. So, Werth could count in world literature up to 1904 only 6 such cases and added to them 2 of his own. In 1913, Malinovsky could count only 15 cases. Zeitlin points out that so far in the world literature there are only 32 cases of bilateral tubal pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):191-192
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Pneumoconiosis in the light of the new teaching
Mirtovskaya E.V.
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"Everything new is well forgotten old", say the French. This proverb can be fully applied to the doctrine of coniosis. The first concept of the dark matter accumulating in the lung was given by L and e nes, which links this phenomenon with the secretion of the lung. In the 18th century, Zenker and Paracelsus introduced the concept of dusty lungs, calling this condition pneumoconiosis and putting forward an exogenous theory of its formation.And the 20th century again recalls the thoughts of Laepenes and Jousset with a number of bold works rejecting anthracosis as such, putting forward an endogenous theory of siderosis. the concept of pneumoconiosis stands at a crossroads, and what was considered irrefutable until recently has been shaken in its essence.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):193-196
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X-ray and radium beams in the therapy of nervous diseases
Gasul R.Y.
Abstract

It's no secret that the therapeutic effect of X-rays and radium rays was, one might say, an accidental empirical finding. This, however, did not mark the first radiotherapists (who were dermatologists) without data on the biological action of X-rays and radium rays, without an exact dosage, intuitively, in the very first year after the significant discoveries of Rontgen and Kunie, these radiant factors were initially applied in the field of dermatology (before 1902 they did not know anything about the deep action of the rays).

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):196-199
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On the involvement of medical plots in the study of the rural population in the socio-hygienic respect
Mukhamedyarov F.G.
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The question of the socio-hygienic study of the rural population is not a new one. Partly attention was paid to this problem even in pre-revolutionary times, and some leading zemstvo public physicians, along with medical and sanitary services for the population in the narrow sense of the word, were engaged in surveying and studying their sites in different directions. At that time they already understood the social nature of diseases and strove to identify the causal relationship between the disease of the population and the social, household and material environment surrounding it. But the social medical direction of the best representatives of zemstvo medicine, which clearly contradicted the spirit of that time, had no economic prerequisite and therefore could not receive its permission.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):199-203
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At the crossroads
Slavin I.
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The old sanitary organization with a sharply bourgeois bias of an official-sanitary doctor, who freely put up with the life of a worker in a basement, with smallpox in a university town, with prostitution on the street, with rotten meat and fish "cheaper" sold to the poor, with unsanitary conditions in cities surrounded by a ring of dumps, quietly and peacefully died. After her and for the edification of posterity, a trace remained in the form of printed works, from which one can glean how many basements there were, how many cases of smallpox and other statistical data were observed that were completely devoid of practical significance, divorced from life and causing a bitter smile from a modern doctor-prophylaxis. I repeat, such an organization died quietly and peacefully and it would seem that there is no need to cry about it, especially since life has put forward a new worker - a home care doctor, a district sanitary doctor, a dispensary doctor, who have gone into practical work in order to improve the health of the population, who have forgotten to time about scientific works, about the glory of a scientific specialist.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):204-205
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On the nomenclature of diseases and causes of death
Board E.
Abstract

Attempts at international agreements to establish a unified nomenclature of causes of death date back to 1855, when the International Statistical Congress in Paris first considered several projects and adopted a nomenclature of 139 headings. -This first attempt at an agreement was unsuccessful, and the uniform nomenclature was not widespread.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):205-209
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The second regional scientific conference of doctors of the TR
Vylegzhanin N.I.
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The conference took place following the Professional Congress of Doctors of the TR between January 13-17 this year. In addition to the delegates of the congress, some doctors from Marioblast, Chuv .. republic, Votsk region and one from the Mordovian region, as well as city doctors and seconded doctors from the Clinical Institute, took part in the work of the Conference.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):209-211
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Phthisiologist's Handbook
Bronstein O.I.
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Bibliography and reviews. Prof. O. I. Bronstein. Phthisiologist's Handbook. Gosmedizdat, 1929, p. 142, price 1 p. 15 r. A small book by prof. Bronshtein's "Phthisiologist's Handbook" will undoubtedly benefit doctors; working in our numerous dispensaries, sanatoriums.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):211-211
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Manerik and Emiryachenie - forms of hysteria in the Kolyma region
Mitskevich S.I.
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Bibliography and reviews. S. I. Mitskevich. Manerik and emiryachenie are forms of hysteria in the Kolyma region. Published by the USSR Academy of Sciences. Leningrad .. 1929, Price 1 p. The fate of this good little book is truly interesting. Its author, SI Mitskevich, an old Bolshevik-revolutionary, widely known throughout the USSR as the director of the USSR Museum of Revolution, a psychiatrist by his specialty, wrote this book in draft way back in 1903 after returning from political exile.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):211-211
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Abdominal Caesar section
Chertok R.A.
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Bibliography and reviews. Assoc. R.A. Chertok. Abdominal Caesar section. G.M. IL 1929.79 p. With 33 fig. in the text .. Price 60 k. The work of Ch., Published in the form of a small book, basically illuminates the current state of the issue of abdominal Caesar section and provides materials on the issue raised by the clinic of prof. GF Pisemsky, where the author works. A large literature on this issue has been collected; Russian literature is well represented. The author also partially cites his positions on the issues of abdominal Caesar section.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):212-213
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The German Society for the Study of Eastern Europe held the "Week of Russian Naturalists" from June 19-25, 1927
Board E.
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Bibliography and reviews. Die Naturwissenschaft in dev Sowjet-Union. Vortrage ihrer Vertreter wahrend der "Russischen Naturforscherwoche" in Berlin 1927. Hevausgegeben in Auftrage der Deutschen Gesellschaft zum Stadium Osteuropas von Oscar Vogt, Berlin. Ost-Europa-Verlag. 1929.351 pp. The German Society for the Study of Eastern Europe held the "Week of Russian Naturalists" from June 19-25, 1927.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):215-216
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To the question of heterochromia iridis
Busygin N.V.
Abstract

Session 24. XII. 29 g Dr. N.V. Busygin. To the question of heterochromia iridis. The speaker presented the literature on this issue and noted the lack of clarification of it so far both from the clinical side, and from the etiological and pathological and anatomical. Having reported two own cases of heterochromia — one h. simplex, the other h. complicata, the speaker suggested the transition of the first to the second.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):216-216
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On the question of the so-called. adrenal sympathogonioma
Zhuravleva V.P.
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Session 24. XII. 29 g Dr. V.P. Zhuravleva. On the question of the so-called. adrenal sympathogonioma. Due to the origin of two tissue rudiments, tumors of the adrenal glands are divided into two groups: tumors of the cortex and medulla. Among the latter, there are: 1) ganglioneuromas, 2) paragangliomas, 3) neurocytomas or sympathogoniomas, or neuroblastomas. The latter are more often congenital, destroy tissue, give metastases to various organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):216-216
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Session 7.I.30
Board E.
Abstract

Session 7.I. 30 Prof. A. V. Vishnevsky shared his impressions of his trip to America to give a lecture at the invitation of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Iova City. Prof. M. M. Gran. At one of the meetings of the Presidium of the Island of Doctors, the issue of the participation of the Island in socialist competition was raised and considered.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):216-217
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Surgical treatment of bite anomalies (open bite)
Glushkov P.A.
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Session 4 / XII 1929 Prof. P.A.Glushkov. Surgical treatment of bite anomalies (open bite). Elimination of the anomaly, fortunately rare and apparently the result of a combination of reasons (lag in the development of the lower jaw, weakness of the chewing muscles, dysfunction of the endocrine apparatus, in particular, a disorder of the body's calcium metabolism), is one of the most difficult tasks of operative dentistry.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):217-217
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About chemical burns of the esophagus
Ryzhikh A.N.
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Session 4 / XII 1929 Dr. A. N. Ryzhikh. About chemical burns of the esophagus. (Demonstration of the patient). Chemical burns of the esophagus, in contrast to Western Europe, where there is a free sale of strong alkalis and acids, in the USSR are relatively rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):217-217
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A case of cancerous lesion of the hernial sac of secondary (metastatic) origin
Kharitonov I.F.
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Session 4 / XII 1929 Dr. Y, F. Kharitonov (speaker Dr. A. N. Syzganov). A case of a cancerous lesion of the hernial sac of secondary (metastatic) origin. The starting point is the right ovary, an accidental finding during hernia repair in an elderly woman (right-sided inguinal oblique hernia) (demonstration of microscopic preparations). Prof. VL Bogolyubov - summary.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):217-218
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The formation of an artificial vagina by Baldwin's method
Kharitonov I.F.
Abstract

Session 4 / XII 1929 Dr. I. F. Kharitonov (speaker Dr. A. N. Syzganov). The formation of an artificial vagina by Baldwin's method with a completely satisfactory result for the near future was produced by the operator in one case of congenital absence of this organ; the method is not safe, fraught with complications; in the reported case, the mucous membrane of the newly formed vagina continues to secrete juice from the small intestine, which strongly irritates the surrounding tissues.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):218-218
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The role of the trigeminal nerve in ventilation of the lungs during nasal and oral breathing
Viktorov K.R.
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28th meeting 11 January 1930 Prof. K.R.Viktorov. The role of the trigeminal nerve in ventilation of the lungs during nasal and oral breathing. Previous experiments in the speaker's laboratory have established (a report at the III Regional Congress of the Republic of Belarus in Kazan) that when breathing through the tracheotubus, less air passes through the lungs of an experienced dog than when breathing through the nose.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):218-218
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On the question of the relationship of the nose with the genital area
Lebedevsky B.N.
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28th meeting 11 January 1930 Dr. B.N. Lebedevsky. On the question of the relationship of the nose with the genital area. The literature of the issue is reported. An experimental study involved 20 rats in which the use of galvanocaustics in the nose managed to pervert the sexual cycle controlled by the Allen method. Studying the mechanism of transmission of irritation from the nose to the genitals is the task of further research. - Debate: profffK. R. Viktorov, V. K. Trutnev and Dr. Wolfson, Lopatina. Matveev, Ognev, N. Trutnev, Chudnosovetov and Yakhontov.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):218-218
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Two cases of combined disease of the nervous system
Pervushin Y.V.
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116th meeting, November 12, 1929 Dr. Yu.V. Pervushin demonstrated two cases of combined diseases of the nervous system. Case 1. Patient, 42 years old, in the past, articular rheumatism followed by heart disease. In 1910 he was treated with “injections. July 15 p. Mr. he lost the right half of his body and tongue. Objectively: right-sided hemiparesis with increased reflexes of the upper limbs and decreased abdominal ones.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):218-219
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The current state of serodiagnosis of syphilis
Vaynshteyn A.B.
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116th meeting, November 12, 1929 Dr. A.B. Weinstein. The current state of serodiagnosis of syphilis. Published in No. 1 “Kaz. honey. magazine "for 1930.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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Significance of Bordet-Gengou reaction in gonorrhea clinic
Pechnikov Y.D., Tselischeva A.D.
Abstract

116th meeting, November 12, 1929 Dr. Ya.D. Pechnikov and Dr. A.D. Tselischeva. Significance of Bordet-Gengou reaction in gonorrhea clinic. Material from 1126 experiments leads the authors to the following conclusions. Positive p. B.-G. always testifies to an existing gonorrhoid infection in a closed focus, in an active or latent state, but is never a trace of a former infection, even though it had actually disappeared by the time of the study.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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Demonstration of 2 patients operated on by prof. V.L.Bogolyubov
Sadovsky I.I.
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117th Meeting, November 26, 1929 Dr. I. I. Sadovsky. Demonstration of 2 patients operated on by prof. V.L.Bogolyubov. In one case, a gastric resection was performed for a callous penetrating ulcer fused with one edge with the pancreas, part of which had to be resected. In another case, the resection was performed for cancerous degeneration of the ulcer. In the first case, there was significant hypoaciditas before surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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Patient with concomitant heart disease
Vilensky L.I.
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117th Meeting, November 26, 1929 Dr. L. I. Vilensky demonstrated a patient with concomitant heart disease. The interest of the case is that the diagnosis of the disease is made solely on the basis of clinical research methods, the data of electrocardiography do not play a significant role in the diagnosis of combined heart defects. — Debate: prof. R. A. Luria and Dr. A. I. Shvartsman.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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Dangers of the so-called "strict diet"
Lepskiy E.M.
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117th Meeting, November 26, 1929 Prof. EM Lepsky — The Dangers of the So-Called “Strict Diet”. Published in No. 1 “Kaz. honey. magazine * for 1930 — Yarenia: prof. R. A. Luria, A. I. Shvartsman.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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Diagnostic value of pyelourethrography
Ratner Y.A.
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117th Meeting, November 26, 1929 Dr. Yu. A. Ratner. Diagnostic value of pyelourethrography. The speaker recalled the history of pyelography, briefly indicated the technique, indications and contraindications, complications in pyelography. At first, the types of normal pelvis and ureters were demonstrated, after which the speaker focused on the importance of pyelography in various diseases and anomalies of the kidneys with a demonstration of radiographs of cases of a surgical clinic and a radiological department. Institute.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):219-219
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The value of the X-ray method in the study of the genitourinary tract
Gasul R.Y.
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116th meeting, November 12, 1929 Priv.-Assoc. R. Ya. Gasul. The value of the X-ray method in the study of the genitourinary tract. The study of the morphology and also the motor function of the genitourinary apparatus became possible in a living organism only with the help of an X-ray image of the cavities of the organs under study. There are 2 artificial methods of imaging: 1) by introducing contrast agents that give a contrasting shadow, and 2) air, which gives enlightenment.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):220-220
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Speech on the 80th birthday of P.P. Pavlov
Viktorov K.R.
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at the Kazan State university. Session 17 / X. Prof. K.R.Viktorov. A word on the 80th anniversary of P.P. Pavlov. The speaker notes the enormous significance of Pavlov's works in science and dwells especially on the significance of his theory of conditioned reflexes for solving the question of the essence of instincts. The speaker ends his speech with a wish of health to the dear hero of the day. At the suggestion of the chairman prof. A. V. Favorsky decided to send a greeting telegram to the hero of the day.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):220-220
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Wincuanger's obituary
Yudin T.I.
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at the Kazan State university. Session 17 / X. Prof. T.I. Yudin. Wincuanger's obituary. After outlining the main biographical moments with an obituary, the scientific merits of In і пswanger’a are noted. V. was the first to establish the exact foundations of the modern theory of progressive paralysis, its pathological anatomy, pathogenesis, and differential diagnosis. In 1899 his famous book on epilepsy was published, which remains the best monograph to this day. In 1896 his book on neurasthenia was published, in 1904 on hysteria. V.'s work on traumatic neurosis is also very famous.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):220-220
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Flechsig's obituary
Favorsky A.V.
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at the Kazan State university. Session 17 / X. Prof. A. V. Favorsky. Flechsig's obituary. Having noted the main biographical points, the speaker dwells on the scientific merits of Flechsig. In 1876 his book Die Leistungbahnen in Gebirn u. Riickenmark auf Grund entwicklungsgeschichtlicher Untersuchungen ". F. was engaged, gl. Arr., Myelogenesis and, on its basis, the search for conducting systems and centers. Myelogenetic division of Flechsig'a strikingly coincides with the cytoarchitectonic division B g about dm of the feeling areas of the brain. from association is one of the most important merits of Flechsig, as well as Fasernanatomie des Riickenmarks. The last book of Flechsig was "Meipe myelogenetische Hirnlehre", published in 1927.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):220-220
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The dependence of the clinical course of schizophrenia on the characteristics of the physique
Kiselev M.V.
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at the Kazan State university. Session 17 / X. Dr. M. V. Kisele V. The dependence of the clinical course of schizophrenia on the characteristics of the physique. The material for the report was 46 case histories of patients with schizophrenia. The physique is determined by the method of somatometric profiles, proposed by Dr. M. 11. Andreev. The muscular ones gave out flashes of excitement with visual hallucinations, with disorientation. Asthenics showed torpid current "simple" schizophrenia (schizophrenia simplex). Picnics revealed a remitting type of course with significant syntonic behavior and a more lively affective side.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):220-221
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A case of a spinal cord abscess with a Landry paralysis pattern
Kreuzberg M.F.
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists at the Kazan State university. Session 17 / X. Dr. M.F. Kreutzberg. A case of a spinal cord abscess, proceeding according to the Landry paralysis type (with a demonstration of microscopic preparations). The patient, 25 years old, after a cold moment for two weeks was in a feverish state, after which severe pains in the legs appeared. Then suddenly flaccid paralysis of the lower extremities, areflexia, retentio nrinae, sensory disorder occurred.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):221-221
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79th Annual Meeting of the Saratov Physics and Medicine Society
Board E.
Abstract

The annual meeting of the Island took place on January 9, 1930 under the chairmanship of prof. N.E. Kusheva. The first speech was delivered by Assoc. Sarat. of GA Lapidus University on the topic: Philosophy and Medicine. The second speech was delivered by Dr. II. I. Lintvarev: “The role of hemoglobin in the body.” The third report was made by Prof. N. Ye. Kushev: “The fate of the Saratov medical institutions.” The speaker stated the crisis of medical organizations in Saratov in recent years, which resulted in low attendance at meetings, a small number of Even societies such as the Surgical Society and the Society of Internal Medicine and Pathology, which used to gather a huge number of members, visitors and students, now barely have a quorum.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):221-222
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Scientific circle of doctors in Ufa for 1929
Board E.
Abstract

Scientific circle of doctors in Ufa for 1929 The presidium of the scientific circle in Ufa consisted of the chairman D.I. Tatarinov, comrade. prev. M.V. Vakulenko, V.N.Krzhanovsky and G. S. Royzentsvita. Secretary V.M. Romankevich.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):222-222
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Activity of the Physico-therapeutic section of the Sevastopol Scientific Association for 1929
Board E.
Abstract

Activity of the Physico-therapeutic section of the Sevastopol Scientific Association for 1929 Physics and therapy section, headed by Professor AE Shcherbak, director of the Institute for Physical Methods of Treatment named after Sechenov a₽ in 1929 had 8 scientific sessions, at which traces, reports, messages were heard and demonstrations were made.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):222-223
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Academician Professor Daniil Kirillovich Zabolotny
Aristovsky V.
Abstract

On December 15, 1929, one of the most prominent microbiologists, Professor Daniil Kirillovich Zabolotny, died in Kiev after a long illness. The deceased's great scientific merits made his name widely known not only among doctors and microbiologists of our Union, but also far abroad. For his scientific merits DK was elected a member of the All-Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (1922), ‘and then in 1928 its chairman; in 1929 he was elected a member of the All-Union Academy.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):224-225
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Chronicle
Board E.
Abstract

Chronicle.

22) At the end of January, Comrade M.F. Vladimirsky was appointed People's Commissar of Health of the RSFSR. 23) The Collegium of the People's Commissariat for Health decided to take a firm course towards the elimination of the private sector of medical care and private paid treatment. institutions. A list of medical positions has already been approved, the work of which is not compatible with the practice of private practice. This list includes doctors-administrators, heads of state medical institutions, doctors living on the territory to lay down. institutions, interns, graduate students, students of advanced training courses, sanitary and school sanitary doctors, forensic medical experts and doctors of places of detention, medical experts of the bureau of medical examination and bureaus of control commissions, all doctors working in the bodies of NK labor and insurance, doctors of rural precinct honey. institutions and home help in cities and workers' settlements, doctors of resort medical institutions and working in elective union or Soviet positions. For private lay down. institutions and private practitioners will establish increased public and departmental control. Institutions must strictly adhere to the priority of admission of the insured.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):225-231
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Questions and answers
Board E.
Abstract

Questions and answers.

Kazan medical journal. 1930;26(2):231-231
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