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Vol 32, No 7 (1936)

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To symptomatology and clinical syndrome of acute initial sepsis
Kausman A.M.
Abstract

The question of septic diseases is of twofold interest in the conditions of an infectious diseases hospital. On the one hand, the number of these diseases has shown in recent years in all countries a desire for steady growth, and medical thought cannot but pay attention to this. On the other hand, a significant number of unrecognized cases of sepsis with suspected typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, typhus, meningitis and other diseases are constantly received in questionable departments of infectious diseases hospitals. Establishing the correct diagnosis in these patients is often associated with great difficulties.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):799-808
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Clinic of gastritis with preserved and increased secretory function of the stomach
Badylkes S.O., Kudashevich V.Z., Eingorn E.O.
Abstract

The clinical concept "gastritis" has existed for a long time. Nevertheless, the need to create a clinical picture of chronic gastritis has matured, and this is recognized by many authors. For example, they say: “There is no plastic characteristic clinical picture of gastritis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):808-817
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Enzymatic capacity of the stomach for gastritis
Stepanov P.N.
Abstract

It has long been established that the study of the enzymatic power of gastric juice (resp. Contents) has no practical value if it contains at least traces of free acid, that this study is simply unnecessary and that only in the case of anaciditas silt of achilia, the definition of pepsin (about it and in question) gives some indications on the state of the gastric wall, the glandular apparatus of the stomach. Later researchers expressed themselves in the same spirit, and therefore the literature on the enzymatic properties of the stomach in various diseases of it is very scarce.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):817-821
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On lifetime recognition of ventricular aneurysms
Rakhlin L.M.
Abstract

Thanks, to a large extent, to the works of our authors (Kernig, Obraztsov, Strazhesko, Pletnev, Egorov, Bukhshtab), lifetime diagnosis of myocardial infarction has ceased to be a rarity, "it has become available to a practitioner" (Strazhesko, Barnes). Research by Pardel, Barnes, Wilson and others have shown that heart attacks are frequent and in a “erased”, “camouflaged” form. Giebson says that in general, in the case of “unmotivated” heart weakness in the elderly, one should think about myocardial infarction. A heart attack does not always lead to a fatal outcome. Giebson, in an old work (1925), describes scars after heart attacks a decade ago. Padillo and Cassio followed the fate of 92 patients after myocardial infarction. The mortality rate during the year was 38%, of which 19% immediately and 14% during the first month after a heart attack. In other cases, there was an improvement.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):822-826
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On the issue of immunity in malaria
Gromov A.S.
Abstract

Questions of immunity, questions of immunity to a disease of a particular disease are still largely unclear. They are especially unclear with a disease such as malaria. The mechanism of the origin of immunity itself, as well as the boundaries of its distribution and action, is unclear.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):827-832
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About diaphragmatic hernias and their X-ray diagnostics
Arungazyev V.Y.
Abstract

Although isolated cases of diaphragmatic hernias (d.y.) were described by Ambroise Paré (1610), and then the works of Laser (1880), Thom (1882), Crosser (1889) were published, nevertheless the published material dealt mainly with pathological anatomical findings; lifetime recognition was a comparatively rare occurrence. And only the widespread use of the X-ray method made it possible to diagnose diaphragmatic hernias much more often.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):832-836
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Опыт переливания гетерогенной крови в хирургической практике
Elyashevich L.I., Cherkasova A.N.
Abstract

Heterogeneous blood transfusion is now scientifically well founded. Being mainly a method of shock therapy, transfusion of small portions of animal blood has found application for stomach ulcers and enterocolitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):836-840
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To the problem of epilepsy
Pervushni G.V.
Abstract

The problem of epilepsy is at the center of attention of neurological thought. A number of congresses devote numerous reports to this question and study it. The study of the problem is put in the plane of experiment, laboratory research and clinical observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):841-844
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Thumb Extension — New Pyramidal Reflex
Bakhtiyarov V.A.
Abstract

After Babinsky published the pathological reflex, a number of authors (Oppenheim, Mendel Bekhterev, Kornilov-Zhukovsky, Rossolimo, etc.) described pyramidal signs on the lower extremities in various pathological conditions of the nervous system; many of them were included in the patient's neurological study plan and are very valuable symptoms in differential diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):845-847
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Magnesia sulfate as an analgesic for uterine curettage
Kostromov I.A.
Abstract

The number of abortions performed began to decrease markedly. However, for a number of indications, this operation will still be very common in hospitals. From here, we consider it interesting to share our experiences and observations on the pain relief of the process of curettage of the uterus.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):847-848
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The practical value of the method of indirect X-ray therapy for certain skin diseases
Epstein F.C., Lushchitsky V.O.
Abstract

The mechanism of action of X-ray irradiation on the course of certain skin diseases, especially those whose etiology is unknown, is not yet entirely clear. There is no doubt that the autonomic nervous system, functionally and anatomically connected both with the central nervous system and with all organs and tissues, and in particular with the skin (its vessels, sweat and sebaceous glands), has an effect on all functions of the skin, its trophism and course inflammatory processes. Although the details of this effect on the inflammatory process have not been clarified and are still very contradictory, nevertheless a number of experimental works of old and recent times indicate an intimate dependence of the inflammatory process in the skin on the nervous system (Spiess, Thomas, Luvis, Speransky, Greenstein, Alperin and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):849-852
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Results of clinical observations of the course of female genital gonorrhea processes under the control of the Bordet-Gengou reaction
Lvov N.A.
Abstract

Due to special difficulties often associated with complicated diagnostics, the so-called. closed gonorrhea of ​​the female genital organs with the presence of encapsulated foci in them, the scientific Thought of the researchers was tirelessly directed towards the search for such a diagnostic method that the establishment of the gonorrhea etiology of the disease would be beyond any doubt. One of these methods is the serological method, based on the well-known phenomenon discovered by the Belgian scientists Bogdet and Gengou in 1898. Its essence lies in the fact that specific antibodies are formed in the blood serum of an animal to which a foreign protein is parenterally administered. The detection of these specific antibodies in the blood serum of an animal makes it possible to judge the penetration of certain microbes into the body. This serological method, called the Bordet-Gengou reaction (B. G.), has now become widespread in the clinic of female gonorrhea and has the same significance for recognizing gonorrhea as Wasserman's reaction in syphilis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):853-857
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On the casuistry of bilateral dislocation in the hip joint
Kazakov K.S.
Abstract

Lezer also pointed out that dislocations in the hip joint are rare and mainly in middle-aged men. According to SP Fedorov, they rank third among traumatic dislocations of the shoulder and elbow joints. According to Friedland's material, for 483 cases of dislocations observed in his clinic, 109 accounted for the hip joint, of which 73 were men and 31 women (cited by Friedland); in other words, 20.5% of all dislocations fall on the hip joint.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):858-860
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About some variants of the distal epiphysis of the humerus
Mikhelson A.I.
Abstract

On pictures of the elbow joint for injuries, pains and other complaints, sometimes formations of various sizes and shapes of the bone structure are found. Among these formations, the so-called accessory or supernumerary bones of the elbow joint are relatively rare. Despite their rarity, these bones are of theoretical interest from the point of view of their phylogenesis, and are also of practical importance, since their owners turn to surgical and orthopedic institutions with complaints of inconveniences and difficulties in their work, demanding release and transfer to other jobs. ... These formations are also not devoid of forensic medical interest, since they are mixed with separation and fracture of the bone. In Russian literature, we managed to find one work of Feinberg, describing 3 cases of accessory bones in the elbow joint. Somewhat more often we find reports about them in foreign literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):860-861
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A case of Calve's disease (vertebral body osteochondropathy)
Andreeva E.E.
Abstract

Osteochondropathy of the vertebral body is a rare disease in the clinical practice of both orthopedists and neuropathologists.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):862-864
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To intravital diagnosis of cardiac aneurysms
Abramzon A.A.
Abstract

As a result of the success of Soviet medicine and the widespread use of X-ray techniques, intravital diagnosis of aneurysm of the heart becomes available to local physicians. Here is a case that took place in our hospital.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):864-865
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Случай visceral situs inversus
Khentov Y.S.
Abstract

S.i.ѵ. do not represent now, in the fluoroscopic era, the former avidity. But nevertheless, these cases are not so frequent, and any new case, for reasons both statistical and diagnostic, must be demonstrated and described.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):866-867
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On the question of the pharmacodynamics of spermine in the treatment of pregnancy toxicosis
Sinderikhin М.А.
Abstract

Currently, clinical and experimental data provide an installation for the search for the root cause of toxicosis in the egg (placenta), and even closer in a foreign agent that has invaded the female body and disturbed its metabolism. In this focus, the statements of the overwhelming majority of authors converge, and this is an absolutely reliable position at the present level of our knowledge. We can only talk about the nature of the impact of the agent itself. Poisoning of the body with the products of interstitial protein breakdown, flowing under the sign of an anaphylactic state, is the construction made shortly before the World War by Ponston, Wold-Eisner, Wertes and Franz. In 1929, regardless of the conclusions of Western European researchers unknown to us, we set about developing the anaphylactic nature of toxicosis and came close to developing a method of anti-anaphylaxis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):867-869
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Gumma orbits
Preobrazhensky V.V.
Abstract

In the pathology of the organ of vision, syphilis plays a prominent role; it accounts for one to three percent of all eye diseases. Orbital syphilis, however, is rare. According to the Kazan Eye Clinic, from 1900 to 1922, there were only two cases of gummy lesions of the orbit among 129.340 patients. Professor Ochapovsky among. 29,970 patients in his clinic notes seven cases of this kind of patients. According to the statistics of our department, from 1919 to 1935, for 225,000 patients, two cases were registered in 1925 (West Soviet Medical, 1925) and the case below is the third.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):869-870
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To the casuistry of testicular ectopia
Znameneky M.S.
Abstract

15 / V 1935 in hir. dep. the patient O-v was delivered with a diagnosis of a strangulated hernia.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):870-871
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The latest advances in the etiology of influenza
Kagan N.В.
Abstract

Influenza pandemics, or — as this infection is often called — green — have been known to mankind for a long time. They take with them an enormous number of human victims. So, according to a rough estimate, during the 1918 -1919 pandemic. 500 million fell ill and 15 million died (Ladlow).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):872-875
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The current state of the issue of post-vaccination encephalitis
Kozlov Y.A.
Abstract

There is currently no evidence to support the importance of smallpox vaccination. More than 130 years of experience of this event, almost all over the world, tens of millions of vaccinated, the disappearance of smallpox epidemics have adequately justified Jenner's method. However, the last decade we have witnessed a number of restrictions of the latter in some countries, such as Holland, where in 1928 the law on the compulsory vaccination of smallpox was canceled. These restrictions and voices to revise the mandatory vaccination issue are putting this issue on the agenda. The main point that causes attempts to revise the seemingly unshakable provisions is the material accumulating from year to year on the incidence of so-called. post-vaccination encephalitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):876-883
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All-Russian meeting on dysentery at the Central Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology in Moscow
Sinai G.Y.
Abstract

Opening the meeting, prof. V. Barykin notes the extreme urgency of the questions put forward before this meeting. In the field of dysentery, there are a number of gaps in theoretical knowledge, as well as a number of gaps in practice. This meeting should take into account the experience accumulated in our Union in combating this disease and develop a number of practical proposals.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):883-886
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Modern problems of dentistry
Lindenbaum L.
Abstract

Collection of works of the Leningrad Dental Institute. Under the scientific editorship of prof. D.A. Entina. Executive editor Assoc. Z.B. Pyriatinsky 560 pages. Bound price 14 rubles. 70 kopecks OTIZ, Leningrad, 1935

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):887-888
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X-ray complex design
Gasul R.Y.
Abstract

The extensive construction of hospitals, clinics or special medical institutions, in which X-ray rooms occupy a prominent place, sets before the architects, most of whom are little familiar with the specific features of our complex, the task of finding the correct location of the premises allocated for X-ray rooms and their auxiliary departments.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):888-889
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Questions controversees de clinique et de pathogenic
Breitman M.Y.
Abstract

In this collection, as indicated in the title, the most controversial issues of the clinic and pathogenesis of diabetes mellitus are considered. All articles were written by doctors at St. Andrew in Bordeaux, namely Prof. M. Maigias and his students (Aubertin, Bessiere, Broustet, Hirsch, Saric, M. and J. Traissac). Moriak considers childhood hematomegaly with growth and carbohydrate metabolism disorders. He believes that the glycogenosis described by Gierke, Cgeld'm and Debre is not only congenital, but can appear in the second period of childhood.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):889-890
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Atti del Primo Congresso Internationale di Elettro-Radiobiologia
Breitman M.Y.
Abstract

Two luxuriously published volumes contain the proceedings of the first international congress on electro-radio-biology, held from 10 to 15 September 1934 in Venice. The first hundred pages are devoted to the official part. Here we find the speech of prof. A.G. Gurvich.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):890-890
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Endocrinologie
Breitman M.Y.
Abstract

The book belongs to the group of primary medical therapists and, as the author himself points out, is written as simple and elementary as possible. After the general data, a brief description of the main endocrine glands is given, the methods of examining the patient, the value of subjective complaints and objective, phenomena are indicated; Basic functional diagnostics are briefly given on 10 pages.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):890-891
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Resistance Factors in Experimental Poliomyelitis
Hudzоn N.V., Lennеttе Е.H., Gordon F.B.
Abstract

In experimental poliomyelitis, the gateway of infection is bulbss olfactorius; when the latter was cut, the infection did not develop.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):891-891
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Study of the common cold. Culturing the virus in tissue culture
Dосhеz A.R., Mills К.С., Кnееland Y.
Abstract

The cultivation was carried out on a medium containing minced tissue of chicken embryos.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):891-891
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Chemotherapeutic experiments with mixed infection with two types of trypanosis
 
Abstract

Although germanium is a potent remedy for trypanosomal infections, there are known to be a number of trypanosis species that are resistant to this drug.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):891-891
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On the issue of radical inguinal hernia surgery
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Stiasnу, H. K Describes his method of radical inguinal hernia surgery, which he recommended for cases where a simple Bassi operation is not applicable due to the weakness of the fascia and abdominal muscles, to strengthen the weakest parts of the inguinal canal — the lower inguinal triangle and the site of the spermatic cord exit , the hernial sac, after its isolation from the latter, is cut off as high as possible, and the cord after the incision of the internal oblique muscle of the abdomen is pushed upward at an angle of 45-90 °.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):892-892
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Surgical treatment of osteoarticular and glandular tuberculosis
Ierusalem M.
Abstract

Treatment of tuberculosis of bones, joints and glands should be primarily and primarily conservative.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):892-892
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Paget Peridural Anesthesia
Иванов. Б.
Abstract

In a Spanish hospital in Buenos Aires, 81.2% of patients were operated on under Paget epidural anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):892-893
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To the treatment of postoperative mumps
Кnuррег H., Hummel R.
Abstract

Based on the literature data, but notes that postoperative mumps in the vast majority of cases develops between 2 and 5 days after surgery. Since 1929, at the Payra clinic, all cases of this disease have been exposed to X-ray irradiation: 150 and 200 g at 190, 3.5 mA with a filter in 0.5 Cu + 3 mm A1.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):893-893
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"Relapses" after treatment of varicose veins
Vossschuete А.
Abstract

Relapses after varicose vein treatment a. separates into true and false.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):893-893
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On the issue of spontaneous incision after previous drainage d. choledohus
Duгst Н.
Abstract

A reports a case of general peritonitis that developed 15 days after removal of the drain introduced into the duct, choledochus The diagnosis was made on the basis of the phenomenon of peritonitis in connection with the history of indications of the operation performed on the biliary tract.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):893-893
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Disorders after gastric surgery and their treatment
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Disorders after gastric surgery depend in large part on chronic gastritis, pre-operative; in other cases, complaints are caused by spastic contractions of the gastrointestinal canal, and sometimes disorders are caused by adhesions.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):893-893
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Effect of lumbar sympathectomy on the growth of paralyzed limbs
Дембская Д.
Abstract

The authors proceed from the assumption that the increased supply of blood to the extremities, continuing for a long time, will ultimately result in their accelerated growth.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):894-894
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Pituitary Disorders Due to Pregnancy
Guggisberg Н.
Abstract

A. indicates disorders that are often observed during pregnancy and in the postpartum period, which, despite the lack of accurate pathological and anatomical data, should be attributed by clinical analogy to the pituitary gland.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):894-894
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On the question of menstruation
Ivanov B.
Abstract

In connection with the successful transplantation of tubes into the uterus by Strassmann to restore canalis menstrualis in cases of previous complete obliteration, the question of the possibility of menstrual bleeding from the tubes has become relevant.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):894-894
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Insulin treatment for menstrual disorders
Дембская В.
Abstract

The author fully agrees with Claft's assertion that insulin is a very effective remedy in the treatment of menstrual disorders in emaciated women. Usually, in such women, along with severe emaciation, disorders of the liver and gastrointestinal tract, i.e., carbohydrate and fat metabolism, are observed.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):894-894
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Treatment of pregnancy neuritis with vitamin B
Дембская В.
Abstract

The author gives the case histories of 5 pregnant women who were in the last stage of pregnancy and suffered from symptoms of pregnancy neuritis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):894-895
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Rare forms of urinary disorders in women
Friedrich Н.
Abstract

The purpose of a. is the desire to force the doctor with difficult to explain disorders of urination in women to think about the possibility of the presence in this case of one of the diseases that he observed in two patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):895-895
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Muscular atrophy with lesions of the parietal lobe
Pithа М.
Abstract

The author reports 4 cases of his observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):895-896
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The boundaries of the X-ray method in lung pathology
Chinay М., Benda R., Moilard H.
Abstract

Any new method for the time being is usually subjected to skepticism by some, while others are accepted with enthusiasm, no less unfounded.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):896-898
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Meetings of medical societies. Plenary meeting of the Scientific Medical Association of the TR from 8/IV 36
 
Abstract

Dr. Petrov and Paklina. "On the results of the Baku and Moscow conferences on" the treatment and prevention of malaria "

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):898-900
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Surgical Society of ATSSR
 
Abstract

Meeting 20 /III  1936

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):900-902
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Interdistrict scientific conference of doctors in Bugulma
 
Abstract

April 1-3 p. a scientific interdistrict conference of doctors and cluster epidemiological meetings in the mountains. Bugulme with the participation of prof. I. P. Vasiliev (Kazan Medical Institute) and Dr. I. A. Kazantsev (TNKZ-san epidupr.). Doctors from 12 districts, representatives of Bugulma district and public organizations took part.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):903-903
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Medical conventions and conferences
 
Abstract

From 5 to 10 September in the city of Gorky, a regional meeting of physicians is convened with the involvement of adjacent territories and regions and with the participation of representatives of the center.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):903-904
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Chronicle
 
Abstract

65. II International Congress against Cancer in Brussels. September 20, 36 in Brussels (Belgium), the 11th International Cancer Congress will be held, convened by the Belgian National Cancer League, chaired by Dr. Legat, with the participation of renowned oncologists Dustin, Maisin, Delrez, Sluys and others. The topics of the congress are scientific oncology and social anticancer fight, in particular: 1) carcinogenic agents, 2) heredity, metabolism, immunity, 3) cancer diagnostics, 4) types of cancer therapy, 5) prevention, 6) social oncology (statistics), 7) organization of anticancer control. The congress will last 6 days.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):904-906
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In memory of Professor M.I. Astvatsaturova
 
Abstract

On March 25, 1936, an outstanding clinician-neuropathologist, Honored Scientist, Head of the Department of Nervous Diseases of the Military Medical Academy of the RKKA named after V.I. S. M. Kirov, professor Mikhail Ivanovich Astvatsaturov.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(7):906-907
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