Vol 3, No 3-4 (1903)

Statistics of test subjects of fitness for military service, in the Kazan military hospital

Idelson E.M.


Statistical data usually have a known practical value only when they are developed and generalized directly after the events, in the footsteps, so to speak, of the occurring facts. Therefore, I deeply apologize to the highly enlightened collection for the fact that I will allow myself to bother his attention with a little belated, brief, statistical remarks about the 4184 history of illness I have reviewed, taken by me for 1) from the archives of Kazan 1880 to 1892. In view of the fact that the history of the disease belongs to the number of clerical documents, then I understand that I must stipulate that these histories of the disease, which were in my order, have already served their legal term, have become the property of the archive and, likewise, no relation to the present to the functional staff of the hospital now, do not have.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):103-134
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Lymphangioma сavernosum skin of the right femoral

Chalusov M., Fofanov L.M.


Among the neoplasms of the type of higher tissues, lymphangiomas are considered to be quite common; In scholarship about them, many sides arouse disagreements among researchers, therefore, the description of each encountered case is of undoubted interest, at least in the sense of the accumulation of material for the generalizing thought of the future.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):135-148
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A.L. Lyubushin. Pathological and anatomical changes in the cerebral cortex in two cases of premature dementia (Dementia praecox). Korsakov Journal of Neuropathology and Psychiatry, No. 1 and 2, 1902

Kolotinskiy V.


The study of the literature on this issue (Kahlbaum, Kiernan, Chizh, Alzheimer) leads to the conclusion that the evidence on the pathological anatomy of early dementia is extremely inadequate and unclear. The author introduces the history of illness to two patients who suffered from early dementia. Both cases ended in death; at autopsy with microscopic examination, they appeared on the face: in one case, the brain was full-blooded, slightly swollen, atrophy of the gyrus of the brain and atrophy of the cortical layer, expressed equally in all lobes of the brain. The lateral ventricles are slightly distended and contain a significant amount of fluid; in another - leptomeningitis sclerotica, Atrophia

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):149-150
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R. G. Pirone. On the issue of neurolysins. Archiv Biolog. Sciences. Volume X, No. 1


Like Delezenne, the author succeeded in obtaining a neurolytic serum by immunizing ducks with an emulsion prepared from the brain and spinal cord of a dog. During his experiments, by the way, it turned out that the specificity of the serum pretty soon (20-28 days of the last injection) disappears. With regard to histological studies, the author notes the changes in the brain 1) with injections of normal duck serum, 2) with injections of neurolytic serum, and 3) changes in the pieces of the brain during the direct action of both serum on them in vitro.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):150-150
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Р. G. Pironet. On the issue of tumors of adrenal origin (hypernephromas). Archives of Biology Sciences, 1903, No. 1, Volume X

Sivre A. .


The author describes one tumor of a sour-yellowish color, the size of a large chestnut, which was, as it were, interspersed into the kidney. A very detailed histological examination is reduced to the fact that the tumor in the center is the usual structure of the adrenal gland and along the periphery it has an epithelial character (papillary and alveolar adenoma). The author refers this tumor to the tumor, which is described by Gravitpem under the name "strumae lipomatodes aberratae renis" and, like Chiari, gives great diagnostic significance to the presence of special pigment cells in this tumor.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):150-151
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O.M. Golbek. Observations on field surgery. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


The author cites a number of observations on military field surgery carried out by the chiefs of the military hospitals of the Red Cross Society in Volksrust-Transvaal and Watervalboven during the South African war from February to August 1900.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):151-151
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М. M. Kryukov. On the teaching of femoral bladder hernias. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


Under the influence of one reason or another, the part of the bladder located near the opening of the femoral canal enters into it and forms the so-called. cystic femoral hernia (cystocele crurale). Depending on the ratio of the dropped out part to the hernial mouse and the peritoneum, cystocele intraperitoneale, extraperitoneale and paraperitoneale are distinguished. The size of the hernia is usually insignificant.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):151-152
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В. F. Baykov. About some difficulties in repairing chronic hernias. Russian Surgical Archives, 1903, Vol. 1


While operating on a strangulated scrotal hernia 20 years ago, the author ran into a whole series of difficulties. First of all, because of the infringement in the upper part of the hernial sac, the intestine could not be removed from the scrotum, which required cutting it along the anterior surface. The contents of the hernia turned out to be about an arshin of the small intestine with thickened walls and a significantly thickened (up to 1 / 2 vershok) mesentery, obviously due to constant venous stasis. The infringement did not affect the small intestine. Together with the ileum in the hernia, the coecum with the appendix and the ascending part of the large intestine were found.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):152-153
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V. F. Baykov. Neoplasma hepatis. Laparotomia. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


The limited availability of operations of hepatic neoplasms forces the author to publish his case. In a 40-year-old, well-nourished woman, over the course of 10 years, a dense, lumpy tumor, the size of a chicken egg, has grown in the abdominal cavity.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):153-153
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Prof. V.I. Razumovsky. Surgical observations: On surgical treatment of small intestine strictures. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


Among the narrowing of the small intestine, a group of so-called deserves special interest. hypertrophic-inflammatory strictures, identified by Nothnagel The casuistry of this disease, patho-anatomically known for a long time, is not yet abundant enough, and the question of it seems to be little studied; however, based on current data, most of the hypertrophic-inflammatory strictures can probably be attributed to tuberculosis. Even less studied syphilitic strictures, most of which were found on the sectional table, have acquired a surgical interest in the last time. 5 cases of them were operated on (1 case belongs to the author) - 4 with intestinal resection and 1 (the author's case} by enteroanostomosis. Regarding the type of operative procedure, the author speaks in favor of the undertaken name. The patient was operated on with 2 strictures of hypertrophic-inflammatory character, but a different (probably tubercular) origin.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):153-154
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Prof. M.A. Vasiliev. On the effect of resection of the excretory duct on bladder sphincter tone. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


Beneficial influence is so-called. sexual operations in persons with hypertrophy of prostatae was explained by the advancing atrophy of the last days. But the rapid onset of the result, on the one hand, and the negative data of the microscopic examination of the prostate after the operation, on the other, showed that the atrophy of the prostate was not very good here. In addition to the explanation of this fact, they put a decrease in the congestion of the urinary tract, which was considered an ethological moment for hypertrophy of the prostatae. smyavinoschago duct) on the tone of the sphincteris vesicae, in order to find out in this way partly the clinical significance of these operations.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):154-155
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М. N. Smirnov. Case of pulmonary artery embolism at the fracture of both lower limbs. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


In the case observed by the author, the patient had an unexpected death (within 1/2 hour with the onset of cardiac paralysis) in the period of recovery 3 weeks after the fracture of the shin bones (2-sided). Autopsy revealed thrombosis of the vein of the lower leg and embolism of the pulmonary artery, -Embolism on the basis of venous thrombosis, according to statistical data, is rather rare. In total, there are currently 37 cases of proven embolism and 15 cases. 70% of this number should be attributed to after fractures. Depending on the size of the embolus and the place of the drift, it causes a clinical picture of varying severity and outcome.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):155-155
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S.G. Firshtenberg. On indications for internal urethrotomy in constrictions of the urethra. Russian Surgical Archive, 1903, Vol. 1


Treatment of narrowing of the urethra was carried out according to different methods - dynamic, mechanical, by the method of chemical destruction of tissue (this includes electrolysis) and, finally, by the method of quick separation, which should include divulsion and urethrotomy - external and internal. The last one should take the first place among all other ways.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):155-156
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Works on diagnostics, private pathology and therapy of diseases of the circulatory system for 1901

Kotovshchikova N.I.


I. Burke (425) writes about the innate narrowness of the arterial system. After a brief historical essay, the author examines the meaning of this anomaly for chlorosis, pernicious anemia, hemophilia and hemorrhagic purpura, for the course of chronic and acute infectious diseases, especially endocarditis (for an example) his own is given. The main attention in the work was given to the disorders of the heart, based on the innate narrowness of the arterial system. The literature cites 20 cases and a detailed history of the disease of a typical case from the Neisser clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):157-206
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3rd Congress of Russian Surgeons in Moscow. Vol. 3, No. 3-4 (1903)


On December 18, at 10 am in the physical auditorium of the new building of the university, the meeting opened with a brief report of the chairman of the board of the society of Russian surgeons on the activities of the board for the past year.
Professor V.I. Razumovskiy, comrade-doctor of the Moscow zemstvo N.I. Orlkhov was again elected chairman of the congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):207-216
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Chronicles and minor extras. Vol. 3, No. 3-4 (1903)


* On March 22, Dr. Ostrovsky, seeking the title of private associate professor, gave a test lecture on a topic proposed to him by the faculty— "Physiological foundations in the treatment of peremoses."

Kazan medical journal. 1903;3(3-4):226-227
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