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Vol 32, No 8 (1936)

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New ways in the treatment of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer
Daikhovsky Y.I.
Abstract

If until now the views of most authors still diverge on the pathogenesis of gastric ulcers, then there is complete unanimity in assessing the role of the nervous system in the development and course of gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers, stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers have long ceased to be considered as local disease, it is a manifestation of a disease of the whole organism with the localization of the process in the stomach or duodenal ulcer, which finds its expression in the term “peptic ulcer disease.” This view, firmly established in medicine, on stomach and duodenal ulcers is impossible, of course, not consider when it comes to treating this suffering.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):909-916
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To the etiology of spontaneous pneumothorax
Rothenfeld M.Z.
Abstract

X-rays, creating favorable conditions for optimal determination of air in the pleural cavity, greatly facilitated the diagnosis of spontaneous pneumothorax and enriched our experience in this matter. "Over the past few years, there has been a rich literature on spontaneous pneumothorax. Numerous cases of spontaneous pneumothorax with the most unexpected etiology and the most diverse clinical picture have been published, which gave an impetus to revise our previous attitudes on the issue of spontaneous pneumothorax and, first of all, its pathogenesis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):917-923
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On the question of the course of pneumonia in patients with scarlet fever
Kausman A.M.
Abstract

Pneumonia is not a very common but very serious complication of scarlet fever.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):923-928
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To the treatment of bronchial asthma
Shalman L.B.
Abstract

The treatment of acute attacks of bronchial asthma is currently not controversial.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):928-932
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To the clinic of pulmonary artery sclerosis
Tumasheva D.G.
Abstract

The credit for developing this interesting department of pathology belongs mainly to the clinicians and pathologists of Argentina.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):932-936
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To the clinic of alveolar echinococcus of the liver
Abdrazakov Z.A.
Abstract

According to the descriptions available in the most common textbooks (Chistovich, Mehring, Konchalovsky, Mattes, Ewald), alveolar echinococcus of the liver has a malignant course and is extremely reminiscent of cancer or hypertrophic cirrhosis of the liver: progressive loss of strength of the patient, persistent and progressive jaundice, large hard and uneven liver, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):936-940
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About the burly outpatient form of typhoid infection
Khentov Y.S.
Abstract

In my short article I want to touch upon one of the outpatient forms of typhoid fever that take place in Rostov

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):940-942
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About kidney disease in malaria
Ginzburg P.L., Terletskaya T.M.
Abstract

The variety of lesions of internal organs in malaria has long attracted the attention of clinicians.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):943-946
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To the question of biological dose for ultra-short waves (VHF)
Soinikov V.V.
Abstract

For many years now, scientific observations of the biological action of ultrashort waves have been carried out in a number of scientific centers both in our country and abroad.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):946-950
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About changes in the electrical excitability of the motor nerves under the influence of mud therapy
Borishpolsky E.S., Voskresensky M.K.
Abstract

Wishing to find out the effect of mud therapy on the nervous system, in July and August 1933, we made a series of observations on patients who used mud therapy in the Soltsy resort, where mud from the Mshagi Lakes is used, stored at the resort in concrete pools with mineral water from local sources.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):950-953
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Mud treatment of inflammatory diseases of the female genital area in a resort
Shmundak D.E.
Abstract

To restore the ability to work in women suffering from inflammatory diseases of the genital area, both conservative and radical methods of treatment are currently used.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):954-960
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About the melanophore function of the pituitary gland
Sharafutdinov G.M.
Abstract

The normal skin color of a frog is easily changed by the environment. A frog, which is dark green in color in a humid dark environment, turns pale within 15-20 minutes. when transferring it to a dry, bright room.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):960-967
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About the treatment of placenta previa
Kantorovich L.I., Rappoport M.A.
Abstract

Presentation of the child's place is one of the most dangerous complications of pregnancy and childbirth, often threatening the death of the mother and fetus.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):968-975
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Gravidan therapy for certain skin diseases
Leizerovsky A.M.
Abstract

The skin is an organ closely related by its activity to the function of the whole organism.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):975-982
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On the question of the sanitary indicative value of the presence of a bacteriophage in water
Alexandrov N.I., Minkevich I.E.
Abstract

On the basis of D'Herelle's classical studies and the vast literature on bacteriophage that has accumulated to date, it can be considered established that the main place of bacteriophage origin is the intestinal canal of humans and animals.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):983-988
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Outpatient practice
Mastbaum M.I.
Abstract

Prof. L., 62 years old, fell ill in early July 1935

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):989-990
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Pancreatic cyst case
Ivanov I.A.
Abstract

Pancreatic cysts are relatively rare surgical diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):990-993
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A case of collapse after spinal anesthesia treated by blood transfusion
Revyakin S.A.
Abstract

Спинномозговая анестезия имеет своих авторитетных сторонников и, пожалуй, не меньшее количество убежденных противников

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):994-995
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A case of entrapment of Meckel's diverticulum in an inguinal hernia
Rodionov V.E.
Abstract

Ductus omphalo-mesentericus is an organ of human intrauterine life. With the normal development of the body, it remains by the end of intrauterine life in the form of minor traces on the corresponding part of the intestine. As an anomaly in the development of the intestine, the remainder of this duct is often found in the form of a more or less developed formation (Meckel's diverticulum).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):995-996
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Benefits of Malaria for Persistent Pneumonia
Gromov A.S.
Abstract

Malaria, joining a particular disease, leaves a kind of imprint on it.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):996-998
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Sollux lamp in the treatment of fresh injuries
Andreeva S.I.
Abstract

Our message concerns an issue to which we would like to draw the attention of the medical community and insurance authorities, because the method we recommend creates significant savings for our country - both in terms of reducing the duration of treatment and, consequently, retaining the labor force, and in spending funds on social insurance

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):998-999
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The case of gum orbit
Pasternak N.G.
Abstract

Syphilitic lesions of the orbit are quite rare, reaching barely 1-1 %% (Alexander) of all luetic diseases of the organ of vision, accounting for barely 1% of all eye patients (Ochanovsky, Batrachenko, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1000-1001
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A case of Beck's sarcoid, treated with a filtrate of a non-acid-resistant tubercle bacillus
Khairetdinov A.G.
Abstract

In recent years, the theory of dissociation is new in the theory of microorganisms.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1002-1003
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To the casuistry of salivary stones
Kuznetsov I.M.
Abstract

The formation of stones in the salivary glands and their ducts, known as salivary stones, is a rare phenomenon in the pathology of these organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1004-1005
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Epidemic influenza
Deiner L.S.
Abstract

We do not intend to go back centuries. We will only deal with the analysis of the achievements of medical scientific thought in connection with the latest wave of epidemic influenza.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1006-1016
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Scientific conference of Kazan Tuberculosis Institute on Mazur antivirus (May 29-31, 1936)
Vylegzhanin N.I.
Abstract

In the course of his many years of research on the problem of the causative agent of tuberculosis, Dr. Mazur obtained atuberculin antivirus.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1016-1028
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About the technique I will introduce a fixed arthrodesis of the hip using a nail from a prohunter
Hass I.
Abstract

Analyzing the methods of surgery, fixing the hip joint for tuberculous coxitis, the author proposes the trochanter-valve method, first proposed by Carris and improved by him.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1028-1028
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New diagnostic sign of spinal injury
Ivanov B.
Abstract

A. describe the following technique for diagnosing spinal injuries: with one hand, lightly press on the patient's chest bone, and with the other, bend the head anteriorly; due to this, the lignuchae is stretched, and this traction extends to all the spinous processes of the vertebrae and at the same time their bodies are slightly squeezed.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1029-1029
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Basic anesthesia with paraldehyde
Henderson I.
Abstract

In search of a reliable and easy-to-use means for basic anesthesia a. as a result of a number of studies, he settled on paraldehyde.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1029-1029
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On the preparation of patients for operations under local anesthesia
Thurn-Rumbach S.
Abstract

A. reports that in the Budapest Gynecological Clinic, all, both heavy and light gynecological interventions, are performed exclusively under local anesthesia; with this, special attention is paid to the appropriate drug preparation to exclude mental trauma in patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1029-1029
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Black viper bites
Werwath К.
Abstract

A distinctive feature of the black viper is its head, which is incomparably wider than the neck.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1029-1030
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Intravenous use of curarin in the treatment of tetanus
West R.
Abstract

In severe cases of tetanus as well. recommends, along with serotherapy, intravenous drip of curarin at the rate of 0.25 mg per kilo of body weight per hour.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1030-1030
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Lohr's method of osteomyelitis treatment
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Treatment with fish oil and a plaster cast according to Lohr’y was carried out in 5 cases of acute and 8 cases of chronic osteomyelitis, as well as in 8 cases. localized bone abscess (Brodie).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1030-1030
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Treatment of abscess and gangrene of the lungs with sodium benzoate
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

The author drew attention to a curious phenomenon that appears after the intravenous administration of a sufficient dose of sodium benzoate.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1030-1030
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Changes in nitrogen metabolism during pregnancy and its relation to liver function
Воtеlla-Flusiа I.
Abstract

Research A. show that during normal pregnancy there is a decrease in the deamination and urea-forming ability of the liver.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1030-1031
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Periodic change in the ability and inability to conceive in a woman
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Proceeding from the fact that the ability of the egg to fertilize is limited to only a few hours, and the spermatozoa is limited to 2-3 days, that ovulation occurs between 12-16 days of the menstrual cycle, and that the activity of the corpus luteum continuing for about 14 days causes a delay in further maturation of eggs at this time, and. indicates that during the menstrual cycle a woman has a change of favorable and unfavorable days for conception.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1031-1031
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Radium treatment for menopausal bleeding
Аnseimіnа K.I.
Abstract

A. recommends the use of radiotherapy in severe and refractory cases of menopausal bleeding in women over 42 years of age.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1031-1031
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Premature separation of the placenta
Vogt Е.
Abstract

Treatment of premature separation of the placenta cannot be fundamentally conservative or operative; it must be carefully individualized.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1031-1031
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X-ray exposure for incipient puerperal mastitis
Наnnе W.
Abstract

A. on the basis of his observations, believes that irradiation with 20% NED is the method of choice in the treatment of incipient puerperal mastitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1031-1031
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Eye muscle paralysis after lumbar puncture and spinal anesthesia
Gаbгіеjіаn M.I.
Abstract

The author cites 18 cases of this kind of complications described in Russian and foreign literature, and adds his two cases to them.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1031-1032
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Nocturia as a symptom of damage to the central parts of the autonomic nervous system
Geller S.
Abstract

The authors point out that nocturia cannot be considered a simple disorder of the discharge cycle: according to a number of their personal observations, it is a symptom of a disorder of the central nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1032-1032
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Chronicle
Team E.
Abstract

Comrade Kaminsky awarded 12 participants of the third all-Union military chemical competitions with personalized watches for outstanding successes in air and chemical defense. Among the awardees were Crimean doctors A. Pislegin, F. Monchak, nurses O. Pavlenko, N. Martynova, nurse M. Kutsenko and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1032-1034
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Associate Professor E.D. Ruzsky
Team E.
Abstract

June 2 tech. died from lung cancer, one of the oldest workers of the Obstetric and Gynecological Clinic of the Kazan Medical Institute, Associate Professor Evgeny Dmitrievich Ruzsky. E. D. was born in 1877, received his medical education at Kazan University, after completing the course of which, in 1903

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(8):1034-1034
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