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Vol 5, No 2 (1905)

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Report on business trip abroad
Gimmel I.M.
Abstract

The abundance of clinical material in Parisian hospitals in general and, in St. Louis's hospital in particular, gives full opportunity in a relatively short period of time to see a lot of dermatoses in their various periods of existence; here it is possible to quickly, practically, at the patient's bedside, view the entire dermatology. If we add to this that diagnostics is established by the creators of dermatology, people who willingly maintain their knowledge, then it will by itself be clear that under such conditions, the skill is quickly acquired to scientifically assess pathological phenomena on the skin, the correct recognition of which, even with its elements, not very often presents significant difficulties.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):83-99
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Changes in parenchymal organs in general gonococcal infection
Gimmel I.M.
Abstract

Both the abundant clinical observation and the pathological, histological and bacteriological knowledge, step by step, make it clear to us that the time has finally passed to look at gonococcal infection, as soon as the local process takes place, that gonococci in the various tissues and organs of the human organism are able to produce severe changes, often leading to death. In corroboration of my words, I could cite quite an abundance of clinical literature, often confirmed by bacteriology and histology, but I do not see the need for this in the first place, because it (although not everywhere in detail) has already been collected in various works on gonococcal infection, and in the second and foremost, because purely clinical literature is not directly related to my work. If, however, below I present clinical literature on the scope of general gonococcal infection, then I try to do this in general terms, grouping it by anatomical organs and tissues wherever possible.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):100-113
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On the treatment of pulmonary consumption by styrakolum
Eckert К.
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For the treatment of his patients, the author used the drug styrakolum, which is a compound of guaiacol with cinnamic acid and was proposed back in 1891.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):114-114
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Treatment of consumption by subcutaneous injections of a physiological solution of sodium chloride
Barton J.L.
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The author, considers it useful to use a solution of sodium chloride in cases of pulmonary tuberculosis, mixed infection.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):115-115
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Violet leaves cancer treatment
 
Abstract

The author reports 47 cases of cancer of the tongue, uterus and rectum infusion of violet leaves. This crayfish cure prompted the author to consider the following case. One patient who refused to undergo surgery for tongue cancer began to treat himself with this treatment. By taking infusion of violet leaves in the form of a lotion and inside in the course of the masses, only a small loss of substance and a hard scar were left of the former tumour.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):115-115
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Obituary. N. I. Kotovschikov
Kazem-Bek A.
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On December 25, 1905, the Honored Ordinary Professor, the former Director of the Hospital Therapeutic Clinic, Nikolai Ivanovich Kotovschikov, died of gross inflammation of the right lung.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):137-138
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Obituary. N. M. Lyubimov
Kazem-Bek А.
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On February 20, 1906, in St. Petersburg, our honorary member, rector of the University, honored professor Nikolai Matvevich Lyubimov died.

Kazan medical journal. 1905;5(2):139-139
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