Vol 32, No 9 (1936)

General basics of malaria treatment

Katerov V.I.


Over the past 11/2 years, more than 1000 clinically observed inpatient malaria patients have passed through the therapeutic clinic and department of the hospital I manage.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1039-1048
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Clinical Observations of Malaria Treatment with Synthetic Drugs

Nimtsovitskaya M.A.


From January 1935 to June 15, 1936, 1,046 malaria passed through the hospitals of the Therapeutic Clinic of the Medical Institute and the 2nd Infectious Hospital of the City Health Administration.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1048-1058
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Treatment of malaria in children with synthetic drugs

Akchurina M.G.


Since the time when the Russian chemist Butlerov established the presence of a quinoline nucleus in the quinine molecule, many laboratories have found it attractive to synthesize an active antimalarial affinity based on the structure of the quinine molecule.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1058-1061
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On the treatment of malaria during pregnancy

Verkhovskaya A.I.


The law published by the government on the prohibition of abortions, increasing material assistance to women in childbirth, etc., states that abortions are allowed only in cases where the continuation of pregnancy poses a threat to life or threatens serious harm to the health of the pregnant woman, as well as in the presence of inherited diseases of parents

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1061-1065
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About redox processes in typhoid fever

Mamish M.G.


It is known that a typhoid patient has various metabolic disorders, protein, fat, carbohydrate metabolism suffers (Dubrovin, cited by Rosenberg), basic metabolism and acid-base balance are disturbed (Vasyutochkina, Glinka, Otto, Beck, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1065-1071
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Ultraviolet erythema therapy for erysipelas

Kozmodemyansky G.I.


The disease of erysipelas was known in ancient times

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1071-1077
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Several observations in the treatment of retinal pigmentary degeneration with the hormone prolan A

Grigorieva V.I.


The vagueness of the pathogenesis of one of the severe consequences of eye diseases - pigmentary degeneration of the retina, and the failure of its treatment, force the scientific thought to persistently seek the cause of this disease and, along with it, its therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1077-1081
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Primary excision and suture for accidental wound healing

Gabay A.Z.


On the surface of any accidental wound, already a few minutes after the injury, you can find more or less saprophytes and pathogenic microbes (and often anaerobes), which penetrate both from the surface of the integument and when the wound comes into contact with a traumatic agent and contaminated objects (earth ), and this infection enters the wound under a certain pressure.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1082-1089
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Lesions of the peripheral nervous system due to intoxication with Parisian greenery

Khasanov A.A.


In increasing productivity, the fight against diseases of agricultural plants and agricultural pests occupies a prominent place.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1089-1093
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On the issue of pain during childbirth

Syzganova K.N.


The extensive literature on labor pain relief does not address the issue of how common painless labor is. The authors cite only numerous examples of painless childbirth in low-culture peoples and individual cases in intelligent women.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1093-1094
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Pain relief for normal labor

Maklashin A.I.


We feel obliged to share on the pages of print the results of labor pain relief in our maternity ward.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1095-1100
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Nasal cocaine as a method of pain relief in obstetrics and gynecology

Stolypin F.G.


Clinical observations and experimental studies have established with certainty the presence of a connection between the nose and the genital area and the possibility of influencing the genital area from the nose (Flies, Siegmund, Koblank, Schift, Oritz, Lehmaii, Ephraim, Kraemer, Malhebre Hurmann, Makenzie, Voyachek, Stolypin, Malyutin Quote ch. And friend).

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1100-1101
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On the issue of surgical treatment of female genital prolapse

Vorozhtsov K.M.


A huge number of methods of operations have been proposed for prolapse of natrium and vagina.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1102-1104
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The participation of the nervous system in the inflammatory process

Bobkov I.P.


The present study is a continuation of a series of works published by A.D.Speransky's laboratory on the question of the form of participation of the nervous system in the inflammatory process.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1105-1109
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On the nature of the cellular reaction of an animal organism under conditions of sensitization

Alekseev E.S., Khantemirova B.Z.


With the classic experiments of Arthus and Pirke (1903, 1907), a new direction began in the study of the problems of sensitization of an animal organism.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1109-1114
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To the clinic of endocarditis in lobar pneumonia

Solomyanny V.M.


Circulatory disorders in croupous pneumonia are known to be the most frequent and dangerous complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1115-1116
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Six cases of ulcers of the duodenum and pyloric stomach

Sokolova N.S.


In the practice of the local hospital, perforated stomach ulcers are not very frequent.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1116-1117
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A case of liver cavernoma healed by surgery

Dunier V.
Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1118-1119
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Reinfection of syphilis followed by early severe neurosyphilis

Dyachkovskaya A.N.


The case of reinfection of syphilis given below seems, in our opinion, unusual in terms of clarity of etiology and brightness of manifestation.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1119-1121
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Determination of blood pigments in urine and feces on filter paper

Mukhin V.G.


There are many different samples for the chemical determination of blood pigments in feces.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1121-1122
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Pain relief for normal labor

Manenkov P., Romanov M.


The purpose of this article is an attempt to provide doctors in the periphery with an overview and a list of the accumulated so far both Russian and foreign literature on the problem of pain relief in normal childbirth.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1123-1143
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Issues of pulmonary tuberculosis in early childhood

Medovikov P.S., Reinberg S.A.


In the collection, presenting the work of three departments of the Leningrad Institute of the OMM: tuberculosis, radiology and pathological anatomy, the first article "Tuberculosis in childhood" (authors Adelberg and Shalit) gives a general overview of the material that passed through the tuberculosis clinic in 1926-1933. This is followed by a very meaningful, big work "Tuberculosis of the bronchial glands in early childhood" (Volchok, Pevzner, Erikhimson and Lokhov); the article consists of three independent parts: clinical, radiological and pathological and anatomical.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1144-1145
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Effect of hepatic extract on amebiasis

Dembskaya V.


Elucidating the role of dietary factors in the fight against intestinal parasites is of paramount importance.

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Henry's response to malaria

Dembskaya V.


According to the authors, there are two precise ways to diagnose malaria: detecting the parasite under a microscope and finding its pigment in the blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1145-1146
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Effects of high temperature on pulse and blood pressure

Dembskaya V.


The author studied the effects of high temperature on pulse and blood pressure in 16 normal subjects.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1146-1146
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Acute nephritis developed after the administration of staphylococcal toxoid

Dembskaya V.


The author gives the case history of a 43-year-old woman who has suffered from furunculosis persistently for the past three years.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1146-1146
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Cobra venom and its therapeutic uses

Kirschen М.


Based on his observations, a. concludes that cobra venom is by no means a specific anti-cancer agent; he never saw a real recovery, disappearance or shrinkage of the tumor, although this might be expected on the basis of animal experiments; there was also no arrest of tumor growth, although similar cases have been described in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1146-1146
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Further information on the specific treatment of erysipelas

Nеubег Е.


Since the causative agent of erysipelas is unknown, the use of Specific sera does not give favorable results.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1146-1147
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Immunobiology of osteomyelitis

Stookey Р.


Out of 71 staphylococcal strains obtained mainly from patients with osteomyelitis, as well as with furunculosis and other staphylococcal infections, 90.1% gave hemolysis and 80.5% caused skin necrosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1147-1147
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A new way of radical inguinal hernia surgery

Bona Т.


Description of a new method of radical surgery for an inguinal hernia, which probably prevents, in A.'s opinion, the development of relapses and other complications after this city of operations (suppuration, hematomas). After the usual incision of the soft tissues parallel to the inguinal ligament, isolation of the spermatic cord and hernial sac, and resection of the latter, two rows of sutures are applied.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1147-1147
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Puncture with ascites in the knee-joint position

Schmiedt Е.


A. describes a new method of puncture for ascites, in which, after the introduction of a trocar at the level of the umbilicus along the midline, the patient is transferred to the knee-length position.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1147-1147
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Heel fracture treatment

Vorschutz J.


After a brief review of the etiology and specific types of fractures. Of the calcaneus a. describes his method of treating them, which he has been using since 1931.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1148-1148
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Production of amputations without exsanguination

Nowikoff W.


A., pointing out a number of disadvantages inherent in the use of the Esmarch tourniquet in operations on the extremities, emphasizes that with interventions without exsanguination according to Esmarch and strict adherence to the anatomical principle, blood loss is also minimal and certainly less significant than it happens as a result of hyperemia after removal harness.

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Indications for surgery on the sympathetic nervous system

Abson А.


A. dwells primarily on certain spastic symptoms from the colon, S.-Romanum and rectum, then on angina pectoris and some diseases of the ureters and uterus.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1148-1149
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Treatment of dislocations of the lunate bone

Steiner Р.


Based on five cases of dislocation of the lunate bone and one case of luxatio intercarpea a. believes that half of the cases, especially dislocations of the lunate bone, are diagnosed only 3 weeks or more after the injury.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1149-1149
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To the treatment of pure partial injuries of the lateral ligaments of the knee

Oberholzer J.


The differential diagnosis between pure partial injuries of the lateral ligaments of the knee joint and their injuries, accompanied by dislocation of the meniscus, is of great importance for treatment and is based on the results of pneumoradiography.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1149-1149
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The so-called hemolytic shock

Wоуtеk G.


A. reports three cases of clinical hemolysis; in one of them there was an incorrect determination of the blood group due to an incorrect test result with standard serum.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1149-1150
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Acute expansion of the stomach after laparotomy

Palik F.


A. describes four cases of severe postoperative expansion of the stomach after laparotomy, which all ended in recovery.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1150-1150
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Severe kidney changes after liver rupture

Becker F.


A. concerns the issue of kidney changes after a ruptured liver and reports a corresponding case where a 27-year-old man, a few hours after an injury to the right hypochondrium, was taken to the clinic in a state of severe shock.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1150-1150
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Hypoglycemic conditions in gastric rolls and their implications for gastric surgery

Stгааtеn T., Hunermann М.


Aa. as a result of their research, they come to the conclusion that the hypoglycemic reaction after consuming sugar is not specific to the operated stomach; except in cases of operations on the stomach, it also occurs in unoperated ulcers, in patients with gastritis and other diseases, especially during the recovery period.

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Treatment of hormonal menstrual disorders with new hormonal drugs

Klaften Е.


A prerequisite for successful treatment is a thorough clinical and biological investigation and differential diagnosis of each individual case.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1150-1151
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The content of the corpus luteum hormone in the human placenta

Fischer-Wasels Н.


A survey of about 100 follow-ups showed that the content of the corpus luteum hormone in the placenta in the first three months of pregnancy is very low; the hormone at this time is completely absent or there are only traces of it.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1151-1151
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On the question of transperitoneal resp. external movement of the egg

Posatti F.


In order to resolve the issue of the possibility of transperitoneal movement of the egg and its frequency, a. examined 214 cases operated in the Vienna Gynecological Clinic for 10 years. tubal pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1151-1151
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Treatment of female genital bleeding

Ivanov B.


When making a diagnosis, it should always be borne in mind that in the period preceding the onset of puberty, the cause of bleeding can be malignant tumors and foreign bodies; during puberty, blood diseases play a role.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1151-1152
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Early diagnosis of cancer of the vaginal part of the uterus using Ginselmann's colposcope

Kranzfeld М.


Colposcopy using the apparatus proposed by Ginselmann, which gives a 10-fold increase, is a valuable aid in the early diagnosis of cancer of the vaginal part of the uterus. A. describes two similar cases, where the diagnosis of cancer was made only as a result of colposcopy.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1152-1152
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Gonadotropic function of the anterior pituitary gland in the climacteric period and the effect of folliculin on it

Engelkart Е., Tscherne Е.


In connection with the development established in animal experiments after the cessation of ovarian function, typical histological changes in the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland, accompanied by its enhanced gonadotropic activity and the reverse development of these changes with a decrease in the indicated gonadotropic function as a result of folliculin administration, a. studied the effect of high doses of the latter on the release of the hormone of follicle maturation in postmenopausal women.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1152-1152
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The value of the anterior pituitary gland in gynecology

Novak J.


Removal of the anterior pituitary gland in infantile animals leads to a cessation of the development of the gonads and growth, as well as to a number of metabolic changes. As shown by relevant studies, the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland produces a hormone that gives a powerful impulse to the sex glands and causes all the phenomena of early puberty in infantile animals for several days.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1152-1153
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Puberty, constitution and childbirth

Weysser С.


Based on the statistical development of 1115 pages. childbirth a. comes to the conclusion that in connection with the early or late onset of puberty, a number of conclusions can be drawn about a woman's ability to bear children.

Kazan medical journal. 1936;32(9):1153-1153
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