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Vol 4, No 3 (1904)

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On self-help for the wounded in a battle line
Idelson E.M.
Abstract

In our fiction, soon after the last Russian-Turkish Campania, there was a short story of Garshin with the title "4 days". In this story, very talented, in a rather lively colour, with stunning realism, a sad picture is reproduced of the psychological and physical suffering of wounded Ivanov, lying in the bushes after one clash with the Turks, 4 days, waiting for any medical help. The vivid strokes of this truthful and artistic story make a very depressing impression on every reader. But these impressed touches are undoubtedly even deeper into the soul and heart of everyone, when one thinks that the suffering hero of this story is only a faint hint, a pale reflection of that sad reality, those stunning horrors that are seen on the battlefield.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):131-148
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On the issue of artificial ear diseases and feigned deafness in young soldiers in general
Stefanovskiy F.K.
Abstract

In spite of the significant advances in ear disease in the last 40 years, the public has not yet been able to appreciate the importance of the hearing organ, its function and its impact on our longevity and attitude to life. -And even many doctors are quite indifferent to the hearing organ and do not have a clear understanding of it in terms of its normal and pathological state: they very often try to ignore the ear's suffering, referring to it as a "scrofula, requiring only general treatment".

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):149-158
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Case of diphtheria laryngeal stenosis with intubation
Bystrenin I.
Abstract

The motivation for this message is only one desire to share the impressions that I can endure, observing the picture of the disease from beginning to end directly at the patient's bedside in one of the wards of the Vyatka Provincial Zemsky Hospital, in the spring of last year. Moreover, both in the course and in the therapy of this pathological process, I had to face some unexpected complications, which gives me a basis to isolate it from a number of usual ones.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):159-165
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Case of Hemiglossitis Dimidiata
Yazvitskiy Z.I.
Abstract

Generally speaking, tongue inflammation occurs quite frequently, especially the types of tongue that are worth depending on: a) Injuries (burns from hot food, acids, and from corrosive liquids and spices, splinters, stinging bees, wasps, coats from fruits and honey in the mouth), b) strong poisonous animals (biting off the heads of poisonous snakes by magicians, as well as snacking on random anthrax toads) and c) general poisoning (for rye, smallpox, scarlet, typhoid, pyemia, uremia and mercury).

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):166-168
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Experience of sanitary and economic research of the village in connection with the scurvy disease
Shibkov A.
Abstract

Not only among doctors, but also among the public, there is an established view that scurvy is a disease that develops on the soil of perverse nutrition. The purpose of our study was to provide figures, a statistical way of verifying this, in an empirical way, in the form of an established view. On the other hand, we set ourselves the goal of the same way to find out the role of another factor in the ethnology of scurvy - the role of sanitary conditions, mainly a housing estate, a village hut for various groups of peasant population.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):169-204
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For casuistry complicated by local anaesthesia (Schleich) in eye surgery
Shibkov A.
Abstract

Case 1. Evfimiya Kazaeva, 25 years old, Mordovian peasant from the Lyagushkin village, Spassky district, Kazan province, appeared in the outpatient clinic on January 2, 1902 with the diagnosis: Trachoma chronica utriusque; atrophia bulbi oculi sinist. post trachomam, entropion utriusque palpebr. super.; pannus crassus oculi dextr.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):205-207
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Bacteriological study of dry milk preparations of the Emil Pasburg Factory in Berlin
Nikolsky A.D.
Abstract

I received Emil Pasburg's dry milk preparations from the Kazan District Military Medical Directorate with a proposal to familiarize myself with these preparations and submit a conclusion regarding their suitability as food products.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):208-210
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On the relationship of diabetes mellitus with tuberculosis and arteriosclerosis based on 100 clinically observed cases of diabetes
Croner W.
Abstract

Based on 100 cases of diabetes that occurred at the Berlin Polyclinic at the end of the last 3 years, the author concludes that in the majority of cases, diabetes occurs on the basis of an inherited predisposition, but that the impact of tuberculosis and arteriosclerosis also has an impact on the predisposition to diabetes.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):211-212
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On the indication and contraindications of Talma surgery in atrophic cirrhosis of the liver
Lenzmann R.
Abstract

Clinically, as is known, there are two forms of liver cirrhosis: hypertrophic and atrophic; the latter is called more Laennec's cirrhosis or cirrhosis of drunkards.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):212-214
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About hysteria in childhood
Thiemich M.
Abstract

The author says that children's hysteria differs significantly from the hysteria of adults and is characterized mainly by the absence of stigma while there are other hysterical phenomena.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):214-214
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On ambulatory treatment of alcoholics hypnosis
Belitsky Y.
Abstract

There is a widespread misconception in the public that hypnotism is only valid and beneficial when the patient can be brought to a deep level of hypnotic sleep; thanks to this ingrained opinion, patients sometimes stop being treated with regret at the very beginning, claiming that the doctor cannot hypnotise them.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):215-215
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Psychoses of early lues
Tsaregradskiy A.A.
Abstract

Psychoses in early syphilis occupy a very modest place in mental health clinics. They are not included in the nomenclature; at a fairly definite ethological moment, their symptomatic pathology does not seem clear enough. Between the known illnesses in some cases allow us to speak about certain forms of mental disorder, that it is more permissible, that with syphilis we have a spilled intoxication process that engulfs every organ in the body and is and for areas in charge of the highest function — the mental life of the organism.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):215-216
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Heredity in the mentally ill
Yakovenko V.
Abstract

More or less critical assessment of the already existing in the literature is statistical material and hypotheses relative reproduction and inheritance (Dr. Ignatiev, Prof. Orshansky, Dr. Tutyshkin, Darwin, Veisman, etc.) indicates that the exact data on this biologic question is absent, and therefore any material in this relationship over time may not be useless.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):216-217
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Alcoholism and its treatment by hypnotic suggestion
Vyazemskiy I.V.
Abstract

There are three types of alcoholism — accidental, habitual, and occasional or binge. The reasons for the development of each of them lie either in the established customs of alcohol consumed - a wedding, a birthday party, an anniversary, for appetite, etc. - either in difficult moral conditions of the environment, or in the conditions of some amazing family events, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):217-218
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Hypnosis and its forensic significance
Narbut V.M.
Abstract

Prepossessing historical data the development of scholarship on hypnosis in Russia, the author examines two provisions, apparently, which served as the basis of the known circular of the Medical Department regarding hypnosis in medical practice - the negative side of hypnotization and the possibility of criminal intentions.

Kazan medical journal. 1904;4(3):218-219
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