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Vol 31, No 1 (1935)

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On the organization of full-time therapeutic meals
Shirkevich N.S., Abrazheeva N.S.
Abstract

It is now becoming as if it is superfluous to prove how important nutrition is in the treatment of diseases not only of the gastrointestinal tract, but of all other organs and systems. Nutrition is beginning to take its place in therapy as a key therapeutic factor, which justifies the term "therapeutic nutrition".

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):1-7
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Ayerzа's disease or primary isolated pulmonary artery sclerosis?
Yampolsky L.D., Shafransky I.M.
Abstract

In 1901, Ayerza (Buenos Aires) reported his first observation, where cyanosis in the section could only be explained with difficulty by lung sclerosis, severe right ventricular hypertrophy and normal heart apiarate valve.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):8-12
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A case of complex congenital heart disease complicated by pulmonary arteritis and it's rupture
Goryaev N.K.
Abstract

Case that served as the source material for the report by Prof. I.P. Vasilyev and Ass. N.S. Podolsky, is of such great interest that I allow myself to dwell a little more on his clinical analysis. The unexpected outcome was the reason why I had to make a diagnostic analysis of the case only before the autopsy, based on data that was not complete enough, part of which needed to be checked. There are also details in the case where personal impressions are extremely important for understanding.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):12-19
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On pathology of the pulmonary artery
Vasiliev I.P., Podolsky N.S.
Abstract

The acquired lesions of the pulmonary artery and its branches are rarely found on the section table, which can partly be explained by the special anatomophysiological relations in the small circle of blood circulation, and of course, also by the fact that changes in this system are not always visible at autopsies and in some cases go unnoticed. In recent years, however, the issue of changes in the pulmonary artery has become the focus of attention for both clinicians and pathologists. Therefore, any observation relating to small circle vessels that does not fit within the framework of normal changes is worthy of attention.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):19-27
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On non-healing of the interventricular septum of the heart (Roger's disease)
Piaid F.F.
Abstract

Simple uncomplicated forms of congenital heart disease in adults - pulmonary artery stenosis, non-healing of the Botall's duct - although they are a rarity, still studied more or less enough, and their lifelong recognition is not particularly difficult. Unfortunately, this cannot be said of another heart anomaly, a ventricular septal defect.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):27-35
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An objective method of studying vascular changes in rheumatism and other diseases
Talantov V.I.
Abstract

The pathological and histological changes in rheumatism (vasculitis, perivascular hemorrhage and perivascular and vascular sclerosis, endothelial swelling of small vessels, etc.) described by Professor Talalayev should certainly direct doctors' thoughts towards understanding rheumatism as a vascular disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):35-40
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Tularemia Clinic
Sinai G.Y.
Abstract

The study of the tularemia clinic in recent years has increasingly expanded our understanding of the disease. The works of American authors, based on more than 3,500 cases, descriptions in other countries (Japan, the USSR, Norway, Sweden, Canada, Tunisia) allow us to give an overview of the characteristics of this disease. It should be emphasized that tularemia in the USSR differs from the descriptions of the authors in the above-mentioned countries and is characterized by a milder form and a small mortality rate.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):40-46
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Brucellosis characteristics and its identification
Kurganova О.K.
Abstract

Brucellosis is an infectious disease of animals and humans caused by morphologically and serologically related bacteria: Micrococcus Melitensis u. bac. Bang’a. Brucellosis is an endemic disease associated with epizootics of cattle and small cattle within a certain area.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):46-53
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About diet therapy of rickets and accompanying anemia
Akchurina M., Krever E., Tyamina G., Hein G.
Abstract

Dietary prescriptions have long occupied a prominent place in the treatment of rickets, undergoing changes over time depending on changes in views on the etiology and pathogenesis of the disease. As early as 250 years ago in Glisson’s, and later in Czerny and Keller’a et al. It is noted that overfeeding, both naturally and artificially fed children leads to the development of the disease; on the other hand, malnourished children (due to malnutrition or illness) almost never suffer from rickets.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):54-57
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Clinical classification of the Urov disease
Sergievsky F.P.
Abstract

The issue of the classification of Kashin-Bek's disease has not been resolved until recently, while the clarification of the classification of this disease is important for the work of expert and control medical committees that establish temporary and permanent disability and also in determining whether the patient is able to work according to his physical condition.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):58-61
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Alkaline-acid balance change in novocaine block
Sadykov M.K.
Abstract

Surgery, as one of the branches of practical medicine, along with clinical methods of studying the pathology of the organism, cannot but use the experience of modern biological laws that establish the properties of a living organism. One of the most important functions of the body is to maintain the balance of H and ONions, so the study of alkaline-acid balance in the surgical clinic is of great importance. It is important for the body to maintain the constancy of the active response needed by each cell and each organ.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):61-64
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Novocaine block of the nervous system by prof. A.V. Vishnevsky in the treatment of burns and frostbite
Osipovsky V.M.
Abstract

The existing methods for treating thermal injuries (burns and frostbite) have a number of requirements from a practical surgeon: the method must be simple, cheap, effective and, most importantly, it must reduce the number of treatment days as much as possible and thus allow for faster return to the collective farm, state farm or production unit. In addition, it also has a defensive effect. Whereas during the last imperialist and civil war the number of thermal damage (especially burns) was quite significant, in the future war the number of thermal damage will probably increase even more.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):65-67
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A new modification of the device for canning, transportation and indirect blood transfusion
Elyashevich L.I.
Abstract

Experimental studies and clinical observations of the Central Institute of Hematology and its branch have provided a solid basis for the method of blood preservation. The next successive stage of work on this issue is the study of blood transport conditions and improvement of transfusion equipment, which must meet most of its requirements: portability of its device, simplicity of blood production, satisfactory safety, better preservation conditions, reliable blood transportation.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):68-72
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Prevention and treatment of infected wounds with 10% saline solution
Mitrofanov P.P.
Abstract

As evidenced by our numerous observations, sodium chloride is a powerful tool in the prevention and treatment of wounds. 10% saline solution is indispensable in severe cases of infected wounds, as well as in operations in purulent lesions. In the treatment of infected wounds, most favorable outcomes can be noted; wound healing ended in rapid scarring, and surgical - in purulent processes, such as: purulent peritonitis, appendicitis, salpingitis, etc., gave good results - no deaths were observed during operations in purulent foci.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):72-74
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A simple method of surgical sterilization of women
Alexandrov G.N.
Abstract

The study of methods of surgical sterilization of women led us to the conclusion that we need a method of sterilization in which the disturbed lumen of the tube could not gape, would not disturb the syntopy of the uterus and appendages and would not remain foreign bodies (ligatures).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):75-75
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Why is the preventive method of eclampsia treatment not working well for everyone?
Stroganov V.
Abstract

This question is posed by Dr. E. Fauvet in his very interesting article “Die Eklampsie, eine liupopliysäre Erkrankung.” The same question is posed by Prof. Essen-Möller in his article on eclampsia in the Halban und Zeitz manual, as well as many others. Both recognize Stroganov's results as the only ones in the literature. The question undoubtedly deserves attention, especially since the answers seem not entirely complete. Prof. Essen-Mölier leaves the question unanswered, Fauvet sees the reason for the failure in the wrong implementation of the method.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):76-80
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On diagnostic advantages of Vidal's reaction and its modification by Fischer
Bogdanov I.L.
Abstract

For more than 30 years, Vidal's reaction has been generally recognized by clinicians as a reliable method for serodiagnosis of typhoid fever. Recent years, however, have introduced a significant reservation in the assessment of its diagnostic advantages, which mainly depends on the fact that the Vidal reaction is positive in persons who have undergone anti-typhoid vaccinations. In view of this, I would like to share our clinical material and compare it with the literature data to draw the appropriate conclusions.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):80-85
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Experiments in the cultivation of typhus virus
Geltzer R.R., Nemshilov S.F.
Abstract

The subject of this communication is 1) the results of observations on further experiments on growing the typhus virus in yeast cultures, 2) data on the study of the action of immune sera obtained during immunization with the culture virus, and 3) experiments on vaccination of guinea pigs and rabbits with the same virus.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):86-94
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On providing assistance in acute rectal prolapse in children
Panshin I.N.
Abstract

In the etiology of acute rectal prolapse in children, various inflammatory bowel diseases play a major role, accompanied by intensified tenesmus and, with a considerable duration, leading to a weakening of both the whole organism and to a weakening of the tone of the anatomical formations of the perineal-anorectal region. The weakening of this tone can be the cause of acute prolapse of the rectum in children who have not suffered from intestinal disorders before - a sudden tension of the abdominal press when coughing or crying is enough.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):95-96
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A rare case of teratoma
Mukhamedova S.Z.
Abstract

On 13 / 1-1931, patient E.G. (case history No. 35), Russian, paramedic, 45 years old, was admitted to the clinic, with complaints of pain in the right lower abdomen, in the lower back and pressure on the rectum, which appeared 3 days ago.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):96-99
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Case of Lutz-Ieanselm's near-articular nodes
Kondratyev G.G.
Abstract

This disease was first noted by Lutz (1891), who observed it among the inhabitants of the Sandwich Islands. Iеanselme, observing it among the natives in Indo-China, described it under the name "Nodosités juxta articulaires". Until 1920, the latter was considered a disease of exclusively tropical countries. All the cases described before 1920 concerned almost exclusively the natives and only in some cases Europeans who have lived in the tropics for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):100-101
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IX International Conference on Tuberculosis in Warsaw (4-7 / ІХ 1934)
Gilman A.
Abstract

The keynote presentation was presented by V. Putti. Osteoarticular tuberculosis is a secondary and local manifestation of visceral and mainly pulmonary tuberculosis. Now there is no longer any debate about the importance of climatic treatment, while experience has proven the problematic nature of the specific action of radiant solar energy and its surrogates. As with all stimulatory treatments, climatotherapy leads to habituation (“saturation”) of the body. Hence follows the consideration of the advisability of alternation of climatic stimuli.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):102-105
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General characteristics of the scientific work of I.P. Pavlov
Vorontsov D.S.
Abstract

All of us were brought here by those common feelings that arouses in every cultured person the name of our great compatriot I.P. Pavlov - boundless gratitude for the great services that Pavlov rendered to humanity with his brilliant research, the deepest respect for him as a tireless teacher and leader in scientific activity of the overwhelming majority of our physiologists and clinicians and admiration for his enormous talent and inexhaustible energy. Pavlov is a figure of exceptional strength not only in the history of ours, but also in world science.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):106-113
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On serological properties of malignant tumours and humoral immunity
Vylegzhanin N.I.
Abstract

The issue of humoral immunity to malignant tumors is not new. It arose at a time when the foundations of the modern scientist about tumors in general were being laid, approximately in the second half of the last century. But the formulation of this problem then was deeply different from the modern one.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):114-127
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Bulletin of the I.M. Sechenov State Central Research Institute
Klyachkin L.N.
Abstract

he bulletin contains works on rheumatism, which were supposed to serve as the subject of a report at the last antirheumatic congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):128-130
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Malaria therapy for neuroluens and other diseases of the nervous system
Galant I.
Abstract

Minovich's book is an excellent example of an exhaustive monographic presentation of the issues of malaria treatment, not only according to the literature, Russian and foreign, but also on the basis of his personal experience. For seven years, the author has subjected 1000 patients to malaria, of which 712 cases have been scientifically processed.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):130-132
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Endocrinologia
Pende N.
Abstract

The appearance of this lavishly published work is an event in endocrinological literature. Suffice it to say that nowhere can one find such a complete reflection of the work of Italian scientists in this field. The book cites more than 1,000 Italian authors, but also authors from other countries are not forgotten.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):132-133
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Tumors arising from the blood vessels of the brain
Cushing H., Bailey Р.
Abstract

Cushing's work on the pituitary gland has gained worldwide fame; however, the work under consideration is known less than others, perhaps due to the fact that individual articles preceding it were published partly in hardly accessible journals.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):133-133
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Röntgendiagnostik in der inneren Medizin
Groedel F.
Abstract

After a 10-year hiatus, the well-known manual, compiled by the most prominent representatives of X-ray diagnostics, began to appear in the 5th edition, which differs in many respects from the previous one, since it reflects tremendous achievements in the field of physics, technology and diagnostics of X-rays recent years.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):133-134
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Study of the Effect of Bloodletting and Blood Transfusion on Plasma Protein Distribution
Takeshita K.
Abstract

he author carried out experimental and clinical studies to clarify the issue of the effect on the distribution of plasma protein of completely opposite manipulations - bloodletting and blood transfusion.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):134-134
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Eck fistula
Lebedinskaya S.I.
Abstract

In experiments on 2 dogs with Eck fistula, Lebedinskaya received a 5-6-fold increase in the amount of acorn juice in response to milk, an increase in the duration of secretion, an increase in acidity (up to 0.62%) and a decrease in the digestive power of juice.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):134-134
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About a specific substance in the urine of cancrotic patients
Aron М.
Abstract

If a rabbit is injected with a small amount of a specially treated urine from cancrotic cells for several days, then a number of histological changes are found in the adrenal cortex of rabbits (especially the disappearance of lipoids in the fascicular zone).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):134-134
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On the effect of soap on blood
Sharbet T.
Abstract

A soapy solution is often used for enemas. In this case, relatively often, soap passes into the circulation.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):134-134
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Biochemical studies of pathogenic bacteria
Аkanо R.
Abstract

Rokuro Akano performed a very painstaking qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis of pathogenic bacteria in terms of their biological properties, especially those with striking immune-morphological qualities.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):134-135
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On the effect of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide on the detection of various serum antibodies
D’Alessandro G.
Abstract

A. set himself the goal of finding such conditions under which the addition of an acid or alkali would enhance, in isolation, one or another manifestation of antiserum.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):135-135
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Immunization of guinea pigs with formalized cultures of the European strain of typhus rickettsia
Klinger J., Aschner M.
Abstract

Aa. a method was developed for growing typhus rickettsia on a medium with the addition of guinea pig tunica vaginalis. Before the publication of the work, they had done 7 successful reseeding within 4 months.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):135-135
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On the features of exantine (typhus skin) reaction in humans
Hescheles I., Fleck L.
Abstract

Exantine is an extract in a physiological solution from Proteus x19. When injected intracutaneously, it gives a local inflammatory response in rabbits, guinea pigs and non-symphoid individuals.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):135-136
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Experiments on immunization against typhus with a guinea pig brain virus subjected to various treatments
Kligler J., Olitzki L.
Abstract

Aa., citing the extensive literature available on the subject, indicate that the brain was usually injected in the amount of 0.1-0.3, giving equivalent results: either the pathogen was killed by this method of brain processing and no immunity was achieved, or the virus could not be killed and then a typical infection occurred, which naturally communicated immunity to the animal.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):136-136
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Diagnostics using bacteriophages within the paratyphoid group
Marcuse K.
Abstract

A. used in his work the original Zonnenschein bacteriophage (F. B. So), which, according to the latter, has a pronounced specificity in relation to V. Shotmüller's paratyphoid bacteria.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):136-136
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To serological analysis of sarcomatous tissue
Witebsky Е.
Abstract

Witebsky had shown earlier that when a rabbit was treated with Jensen's rat sarcoma, a very significant production of lipoid antibodies was observed.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):136-137
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On serological distinction between infiltrating neoplasm (glioma) and normal brain tissue
Reichner Н.
Abstract

Thanks to the work of Vitebsky and Behrens, it became known that within the neuroectoderm itself it is possible to detect immunospecific structural differences that indicate a certain organ, possibly a functionally specific imprint of individual parts of the tissue of the central nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):137-137
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On the presence of specific antibodies in blood against malignant tumors
Fuchs Y., Falkenhausen M.V., Devrient W.
Abstract

The information available to date on the microchemical detection of aa substances specific to the disease. are given in the form of three theses: 1) when blood clotting, these substances are adsorbed by fibrin, 2) they are found in serum and, when precipitated with trichloroacetic acid, pass into a precipitate, and 3) specific substances found in tuberculosis individuals are also present in the trichloroacetic precipitate of Koch's alttuberculin.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):137-138
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On the use of the antigen from the pale spirochaeta for serodiagnosis of syphilis
Hoeltzer R., Junussowa S.
Abstract

A number of recent works have shown the predominant value of Sp. pallida in the formation of Wa-reagins, as well as the high sensitivity and specificity of the antigen from these spirochetes in the experiment of complement binding by the serum of syphilitics (Klopstock, Blumenthal, Hecht, Geltser and Popov, Getgens, Markardt), therefore the authors considered it expedient to study the possibility of using the antigen from pale spirochetes for serodiagnosis of syphilis.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):138-138
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The relationship between CSF and serum findings when diagnosed with syphilis
Каug F.
Abstract

The authors studied the question of whether a highly sensitive and strictly specific reaction of blood serum flocculation can be an auxiliary tool in assessing positive reactions of cerebrospinal fluid. A study of 1400 cases has proven that a positive serum flocculation reaction invariably accompanies a special colloidal reaction (Goldsolreaktion).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):138-138
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On prevention of spirochetosis of ictherohemorrhagic Inada (Veil's disease) by vaccinations
Wаnі Н.
Abstract

A. managed to obtain a highly effective vaccine against Weil's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):138-139
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Serodiagnosis of Weil's disease using p. binding complement and flocculation
Gaehtgens W.
Abstract

A. showed that water antigen from cultures of infectious jaundice spirochetes, obtained by adding 0.3 percent carbolic acid, is quite suitable for its high sensitivity and specificity for p. binding complement in Weil's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):139-139
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New indications for surgical treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis
Herms I.
Abstract

Herms' article should be of interest to the phthisiatricians of our Union for the very reason that the views of the author and the new measures he recommends coincide in many respects with the premises and practice that have been expressed and used in our country over the past years with almost the same indications and the same surgical methods of treatment (Prozorovskaya sanatorium - Stoyko, tubinstitutes - Einis, Garmson).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):139-141
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4 cases of lobectomy
Monod R.
Abstract

The author reported 4 cases of lobectomу (2 deaths, 2 cures) performed by a one-stage method with free pleural cavity.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):141-141
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Immediate complications of artificial pneumothorax use
Frommel Е., Démol M.
Abstract

The authors report immediate complications when using artificial pneimothorax (i.p.) based on the processing of questionnaire material for more than 250,000 injections made by doctors in Swiss sanatoriums.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):141-141
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Nervous complications during artificial pneumothorax
Kudelski J.
Abstract

The patient Rg. A., in November 1931, had a primary artificial pneumothorax, 2 months after the imposition of which he was sent to a sanatorium, where he stayed until 1/1 1933.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):142-142
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Malignant transformation of stomach ulcers
Пшеничников В.
Abstract

The author describes the malignant transformation of stomach ulcers as the most serious complication that can still be eliminated in many cases through early diagnosis and preventive treatment. The diagnosis of malignant ulcer transformation is extremely difficult. Often this is determined only by the corresponding clinical symptoms of stomach cancer, but, unfortunately, at this moment it is already too late to operate.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):142-142
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About aniline bladder tumors
Sharbet T.
Abstract

The author reports on 59 neoplasms observed in Basel since 1912 among workers of aniline industries.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):142-142
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Isolated anesthesia ganglion stellatum
Leriche К., Fontain К.
Abstract

Injection of 10 сс 1% Novocain in the right cervical ganglion stellatum gives excellent therapeutic effects in cases of angina pectoris, bronchial asthma and various algias in the upper limbs.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):142-142
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Surgical treatment of gastroduodenal ulcers
Pshenichnikov V.
Abstract

At a meeting of the Société Royale de Medecine de Gand, 28 X 1934, Finsterer made a presentation on the surgical treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers. F. distinguishes between absolute and relative indications for surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):143-143
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Experimental studies of metaplasia
Sokolov B.
Abstract

Based on a study of the literature on metaplasia, Dr Baer concludes that the epithelium of the trachea is metaplasized in certain pathological conditions of the respiratory tract, namely, lutetic and tuberculosis tumours of the trachea, influenza and chronic cannulae.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):143-144
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On the connection of nasal polyps to hypertrophic inflammation of the paranasal sinuses
Treer I.
Abstract

In 92 cases of nasal polyps and maxillary sinus inflammation, the author's aim was to find out the relationship and correlation between hypertrophic inflammation and nasal polyps, and the frequency with which the two processes are combined.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):144-144
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Towards the recognition of chronic tonsillitis
Sokolov B.
Abstract

Proff. Krainz and Lang believe that subjective complaints of patients are least important for the recognition of chronic tonsillitis. Objective signs of chronic tonsillitis are sensitivity to pressure on the lacunae of the tonsils and hardening of the amygdala base, which is detectable when palpating from the outside.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):144-144
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On detecting Gradenigo syndrome
Sokolov B.
Abstract

Gradenigo syndrome characterizes a special form of otogenic osteomyelitis of the pyramid. The existing view on this syndrome as a result of influenza neuritis is not thorough.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):145-145
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Indications for the removal of tonsils
Sharbet T.
Abstract

In childhood, exfoliation of the tonsils is indicated for stenosing hypertrophied tonsils, then with repeated tonsillitis, tonsil abscesses, with articular rheumatism (to prevent complications from the heart).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):145-145
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The fate of children vaccinated against tuberculosis according to Salmett's method
Kereszturi C., Park W.Н., Vogel P., Sevine М.
Abstract

With financial assistance from the New York City Department of Health and an insurance company, and with the participation of a significant number of technicians, they carried out a study that is noteworthy for the careful observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):145-145
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BCG vaccination for different ages of children and adults
Kramov N.
Abstract

Boisseau and Nodenot vaccinated over 1,500 allergy-free natives of various ages at Brazzaville.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):146-146
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On tetanus frequency in Austria
Sharbet S.
Abstract

Between 1918 and 1931, 489 people died of tetanus in Austria, 184 of whom fell on Steyermark.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):146-146
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Statistical studies of diphtheria
Kato S.
Abstract

Between 1924 and 1933, 479 cases of diphtheria passed through the Children's Clinic of the Kyoto Medical Academy, representing 6% of all children who passed through, with diphtheria accounting for 4.4% in the first 4 years (1924-1928) and 7.2% in the next 4 years (1929-1933), i.e. diphtheria is gradually increasing.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):146-146
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Skin and venereal diseases in the German army during World War 1914/18 (personal experience).
Zumbusch L.
Abstract

The precondition for successful fight against STDs and skin diseases is accurate statistics on STDs in the army. The most accurate statistics on venereal diseases in the German army have been conducted since the 1960s, so they could have been dealt with most successfully.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):146-147
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Towards the fight against human pests in World War 1914/18
Hase А.
Abstract

The author, who took part in the last World War as a zoologist (entomologist), believes that successful pest control, particularly of lice, is only possible through a thorough study of the biological and ecological properties of these pests, has achieved the opening of an entomological military field laboratory, the first of its kind in the history of military medicine in general.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):147-148
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Some medical statistics about Germany
Levy E.
Abstract

Compared to last year, the German population increased by 0.54% in 1933. In other countries, these figures are higher - in Belgium-2.04%, in Poland-1.66%. By sex in Germany in 1933 there were 1,059 women per 1,000 men. Per family in 1932 there were -4.53 people, and in 1933 -3.68 people.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):148-148
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Plague in capitalist countries
Laptev N.
Abstract

In terms of the number of reported plague cases in 1934, the following places are particularly notable: in British India there were 5,7005 cases of plague from 1 January to 21 July and 3,695 deaths from it. Next in line is the Netherlands, where 9913 cases and 9898 deaths were recorded between the beginning of the year and 21 April. Finally, until 30 July, there were 1679 cases and 1672 deaths on Madagascar.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):148-149
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Diagnostic value of desiccated gastric fluid
Hennig N., Norpoth L.
Abstract

If you let a drop of gastric fluid dry after filtering, you get a characteristic "drying picture", which is macroscopically better seen on a black background. The most characteristic is the edge layer, which is very variable.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):149-149
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A new protein determinant in urine - Albacit
Levy E.
Abstract

D-r Lipp has proposed Albacit, a new protein determinant in urine, which is a powdered substance that is based on Metadioxylbenzol. Albacit is well preserved, easily soluble in water and urine, it is portable and can be stored in a glass tube, in which pills are stored and always carried. It is easy to use, even when visiting a patient at home, in an outpatient clinic, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):149-149
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Disinfection method for suspicious drinking water
Sharbet T.
Abstract

Rosé and Vielle informed a meeting of the French Medical Academy about the following method of disinfecting suspicious drinking water: 1-2 drops are added to one litre of water. Liq. Kal. hypochlorosi and after 1/2 hours 25-50 cc of wine. This destroys the disinfectant but harmful excess chlorine and produces perfect drinking water.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):149-149
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Anniversary of Professor V.M. Aristovsky
Gruzdev V.
Abstract

On 23 November 1934, the Military Medical Academy of the Red Army solemnly honoured one of its most prominent professors, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Aristovsky, head of the Department of Microbiology, on the occasion of his 25th anniversary of medical, social and scientific and pedagogical activities.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):150-151
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Chronicles
 
Abstract

The article briefly highlights the main developments in world medicine during 1934. 

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):151-157
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Medical congresses, conferences, etc.
 
Abstract

The article provides basic information on medical conferences and congresses to be held in 1935. 

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(1):157-159
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