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Vol 31, No 6 (1935)

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Opening address by N.M.A. Chairman Prof. S.M. Schwarz
 
Abstract

The reports of Professors A. D. Gusev and T. D. Epstein "Medical errors and crimes, their causes and ways for their elimination", which are on the agenda of the plenary session of the Scientific Medical Association, should be of great interest to a wide range of doctors.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):685-686
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Medical errors and medical crimes
Gusev A.D.
Abstract

The position of a forensic medical expert in cases of bringing physicians to justice is extremely difficult for an expert to assess not only the actions of a physician, but also all the conditions affecting the work of a doctor, and only from the totality of these data can one or the other conclusion be drawn.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):686-708
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Use of ultraviolet erythemotherapy for gastrointestinal diseases
Kudenko I.D., Fedorova N.A.
Abstract

Everyone knows and experimentally proved the therapeutic effect of light: its bactericidal effect, its effect on the nervous and vascular system, as well as on the blood; stimulating effect on metabolism, beneficial effect on the growth and regeneration of tissues, etc. Despite the widespread use of ultraviolet therapy, dosage issues cannot be considered resolved for certain diseases. The questions about the influence of ultraviolet therapy on the autonomic nervous system in general and, focal, at individual points of autonomic innervation have not been resolved.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):709-711
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Results of a three-day outpatient trial of plasmocid and osarsol for malaria
Epshtein E.G.
Abstract

Over the past three years, many observations on the use of plasmacide have already accumulated. Treatment of three-day malaria with plasmacid relieves febrile attacks in 93-94% of cases. The disappearance of plasmodium from peripheral blood occurs in 76-86%. In the course of treatment with plasmacid, relapses were recorded in 20-22%, occurring more often on the 2-3rd cycle of plasmacid application.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):712-715
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To the etiology and pathogenesis of Schönlein-Henoch disease
Stepanov P.N., Gliyarova T.E.
Abstract

Schönlein-Henoch disease is one of the four main forms of diseases of the group of hemorrhagic diathesis. Not far is the time when Werlhof's disease, Schönlein's disease and Henoch's purpura were described as one form, and the basis for their unification was a seemingly similar clinical picture, manifested by bruises, petechiae, and bleeding of mucous membranes. And only by the end of the 19th century, when hematological differentiation became possible, of the three indicated forms, two were fully defined - the Verlhof symptom complex and the Schönlein-Henoch disease (syndrome).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):716-722
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Acidified milk in infant diet
Korovaev E.N.
Abstract

The use of acidic mixtures in the diet of an infant is widespread.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):723-726
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Blood calcium for eczema
Yasnitsky N.N., Elina T.D.
Abstract

One of the urgent problems of modern dermatology, which are of deep scientific interest and are of extremely great practical importance, is the complex and controversial issue of the etiology of eczema. However, despite the colossal literature, despite a number of detailed experimental studies, the main and deep contradictions of representatives of the main dermatological schools on the nature of eczema remain unresolved.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):726-734
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Oligodynamic gonovaccine in the treatment of complications of male gonorrhea
Popov V.I., Kuryanova E.M., Rothstein T.Y.
Abstract

Vaccination therapy for gonorrhea has won a firm place among other treatments in the last 25 years. According to most authors (Demba, Holtsov, Fronstein, Bruck, Buschke, Ilyinsky, etc.), the use of gonococcus vaccine manages to cause such immuno-biological restructuring in the body, which quickly eliminates the painful process and leads to the elimination of gonococcus. There is relatively little controversy in the literature about the specific effect of vaccine therapy; the question rests, just as with the choice of a vaccination method against intestinal infections, on how the vaccine itself is made and its dosage.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):734-737
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On the issue of deafening rubber gloves
Dmitruk Y.D.
Abstract

The issue of hand disinfection has not lost its interest and relevance so far. Despite all the tricks of the surgeons trying to completely get rid of postoperative suppuration, this does not work, because many factors of suppuration do not depend on the surgeon. However, disinfection of the surgeon's hands during postoperative suppuration plays, probably, the primary role. It is quite natural that this question has to be constantly revisited. Perhaps Mikulich was right when he argued that solving this problem was tantamount to squaring the circle.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):738-741
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On so-called chronic fibrous encapsulating peritonitis
Bazhenov P.S.
Abstract

There is a rare and little-studied disease in which the entire small intestine or part of it is enveloped in a special dense connective tissue membrane that does not grow together, which is especially characteristic, neither with the intestines, nor with the surrounding organs. Clinically, this disease manifests itself, in short, symptoms of obstruction and the presence of a well-defined tumor of the abdomen.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):741-748
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On hydrogen sulfide and mud treatment of gynaecological patients due to etiology and age of the process
Startseva L.N.
Abstract

The question of how to treat patients at spas and how to prescribe a particular spa to patients in order to achieve the greatest efficiency of treatment is one of the cardinal issues in the spa business. The results of treatment of patients at a spa are not only dependent on the degree of anatomical and functional changes, not only on the type of procedures to be performed, but also on the etiology of the disease, the age of the process and a number of other reasons.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):748-751
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Characterization of clinical manifestations and complications of brucellosis infection from the genital tract in women
Ditonov N.I., Karpov S.P.
Abstract

The clinic of brucellosis infection is distinguished by a variety of symptoms and complications. The least studied are the clinical manifestations of complications of brucellosis infection from the genital tract in women.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):751-754
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To the method of growing anaerobic cultures
Panina A.I.
Abstract

The method of growing anaerobes has not yet been sufficiently developed. A number of empirical methods have been proposed that give excellent results when growing one or another pathogen; but the use of these methods is often difficult, due to their complexity, and in addition, the factors contributing to growth, when applying a particular method, are not sufficiently understood.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):755-759
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On the issue of experimental meningitis in rabbits
Izabolinsky M.P., Batanov V.A.
Abstract

The problem of experimental meningitis has long been the subject of attention from a number of researchers. It should be noted that among the huge mass of experiments carried out on a number of animals with the aim of obtaining experimentally meningitis and leading to negative results, only experiments on monkeys deserve attention.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):760-762
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On chorionepithelioma-like tumors
Galitskaya E.S.
Abstract

In addition to women's chorionepitheliomas, there are currently known tumours similar to men's chorionepithelioma that develop primarily in the testicles, so-called teratoid chorionepitheliomas. While the development of female chorionepithelioma is caused by pregnancy (from the elements of the trophblast), histogenesis of similar testicular tumours is explained differently.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):762-767
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A case of ruptured uterus during labor
Krinitsky Y.M.
Abstract

On 8 November 1931, together with my operating sister, I was summoned to Nyvchimsky Iron and Steel Works to provide surgical assistance to a woman in labour.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):768-768
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Two cases of immigration of foreign bodies into the bladder
Sitdykov N.K.
Abstract

The penetration of foreign bodies into the bladder during his injuries, as well as per vias naturales, is a fairly frequent phenomenon. At present, these cases are not of great interest to the surgeon, since they have been sufficiently studied and described on the pages of the medical press. Cases of passage of foreign bodies into the bladder from organs adjacent to the bladder are much less common. In such cases, foreign bodies pass into the bladder many days, sometimes months or years after they have been introduced into the tissues of the body.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):769-771
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Case of "milker's nodules"
Khairetdinov A.G.
Abstract

The disease, known in German literature as "Melkerknoten", is not uncommon, but because most medical and veterinary doctors are not familiar with its clinical picture and etiology, it is often not recognised and incorrectly treated, resulting in patients being permanently disabled and transmitting the infection to others.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):772-773
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About sudden death in luetic mesoaorthitis
Mikhelson A.I.
Abstract

Cases of sudden death are of great interest in both the forensic and pathogenetic sense. The mechanism of death in cardiovascular syphilis is especially complex and varied. Working in the area, we had to observe 2 cases of sudden death.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):773-774
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Treatment of deep pyoderma according to Läven and restoration of working capacity
Ivanov N.A.
Abstract

Among skin diseases, deep pyodermia is prevalent among workers in metallurgical production, both in terms of the number of sick workers and days of disability.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):775-776
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On humoral factors in nervous activity
Vorontsov D.S.
Abstract

Not only in the peripheral working organs, irritating substances are formed, which, as we can see, take an active part in their regulation, but also in the central nervous system, in the relationship of its individual elements, such substances apparently play an important role.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):777-787
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Malarial therapy for neuropsychiatric diseases
Galant I.
Abstract

Malariotherapy was definitely lucky in the USSR. After Minovich's brilliant book on the malarial treatment of neuroluces and other diseases, Malkin's no less brilliant monograph on malarial therapy of neuropsychic diseases appeared in a short period of time.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):787-787
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Organization of the fight against malaria in Turkey
Levy E.
Abstract

In Turkey, malaria affects many areas, especially the western part of Anatolia, in territory equal to half of Germany.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):788-788
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Development and evolution of sensitivity to tuberculin in guinea pig
Boguet А., Bretey J.
Abstract

The authors infected guinea pigs with various doses of cultures of tuberculous bacilli of different virulence. They worked with sharply virulent cultures (strain Vallée), weakly virulent (R. Trudeau strain), then with avian tuberculosis strains virulent for rabbit and chicken, with avirulent BCg culture, and also with heat-killed cultures.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):788-788
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On the persistence of the antigenic nature of the bacteriophage
Meyer К., Taslakowa Т.
Abstract

The authors showed that when growing colibacteriophages together with various strains of E. coli, the antigenic nature of bacteriophages remains constant, that is, the ability of the bacteriophage to be neutralized by specific antisera does not change, and their neutralizing effect on antisera obtained during immunization with colibacteriophages is not lost.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):788-789
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Experiments on binding of a lytic principle or bacteriophage
Mutsaars W.
Abstract

Staphylococcal bacteriophage can be depleted by heat-killed staphylococcal culture.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):789-789
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Immunological position of pseudorabies (infectious bulbar paralysis)
Sabin A.V.
Abstract

It is now considered well established that the pseudorabies virus has nothing to do with true rabies virus.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):789-789
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Natural and Experimental Human Transmission of Relapsing Fever Spirochetes
Mathis С., Durieux С., Advier М.
Abstract

The authors proved that Ornithodorus erraticus ticks found in burrows of small rodents are infected with spirochetes, identical to those found in local residents with relapsing fever.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):789-790
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Henri's reaction mechanism
Kagan N.
Abstract

The authors studied Henri's reaction to paralytics infected with malaria.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):790-790
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Serodiagnosis of typhoid diseases
Sembrau H.
Abstract

High-quality serodiagnosis according to Felix is not applicable in the differential diagnosis of those cases of typhoid diseases when the serum of the patient under study contains only O-agglutinins.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):790-790
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Primary lung cancer
Joung А.
Abstract

A 42-year-old patient was admitted with rheumatic pain. X-ray examination revealed a tumor in the left lung.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):790-790
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Biliary cyst of the liver
Auslender E.
Abstract

The patient, 28 years old, was admitted to the hospital for pain in the right hypochondrium. The radiograph reveals a raised diaphragm on the right. Diagnosis — liver tumor.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):790-790
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Neurosurgery of vascular diseases
Mastup D.Z.
Abstract

With obliterating thrombangoitis and Raynaud's disease, the author performs bilateral resection of the sympathetic thoracic and cervical ganglia.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):790-791
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The histamine-like effect of tomatoes
Gleichmann F.
Abstract

Observations of some circular disorders in patients receiving a diet high in vegetables led the author to look for substances that affect circulation in vegetables. Such substances were found in tomatoes.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):791-791
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Yeast extract as a substitute for meat extract
Levy E.
Abstract

Recently abroad, mainly in Germany, yeast extract has become widespread, which is mixed with various dishes as a nutritious product. It is increasingly beginning to supplant the meat extract, which has recently been in great demand in Germany.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):791-791
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Attempts to feed people with oryzatoxin-free rice
Sharbet T.
Abstract

Prof. Teruushi and his collaborators at one time insisted that beriberi was the result of poisoning the body with the so-called oryzatoxin, a poisonous substance contained in polished rice.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):791-792
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Standard food intake for manual labor
Miloslavsky V.
Abstract

There was a disagreement between the commission of the British Ministry of Health and the British Medical Association on the question of the standard diet for manual workers.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):792-792
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Meetings of medical societies. Scientific - Medical Association of the ATSSR. Hygienic section. Meeting on November 10, 1934
 
Abstract

Dr. N.A. Laptev. Sanitary minimum for certain categories of health workers. Professor Trotsky and Dr. Abaev. A quick way to determine the amount of table salt in food.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):793-793
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Meetings of medical societies. Scientific - Medical Association of the ATSSR. Hygienic section. Meeting on November 23, 1934
 
Abstract

Dr. O. M. Voydinova and N. G. Lutovinova. On the issue of vocational guidance and vocational counseling in secondary school. Dr. M.M. Mushtarieva. The experience of conducting alarm accounting and the study of absenteeism in children's institutions.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):793-793
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Meetings of medical societies. Scientific - Medical Association of the ATSSR. Hygienic section. Meeting on December 11, 1934
 
Abstract

Associate Professor A. Ya. Pleschitzer and chemist S. A. Korchagina. Calcium and magnesium metabolism change at UIA workers. Seconded Doctor V.I. Vitlinsky. Hemodynamic shifts in mufti workers at the plant SK-4. Dr. M.A. Makarova and O.K. Makhalova. Red and white blood changes in SK-4 mufti workers. Dr. Mukoseeva. Changes in the condition of the upper respiratory tract at the workers of the MAU shop of the SK-4 plant. Dr. P.A. Shishkin. Changes in the eyes of UIA workers. 

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):793-794
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Congresses and conferences
 
Abstract

1) Congress of Dentists in Italy. The scientific director of the Leningrad Dental Institute, professor of the Military Medical Academy D. Entin, who participated in the second world congress of dentists (Bologna), returned to the USSR from Italy.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):795-796
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Chronicle
Board Е.
Abstract

On the night of July 19-20, after a serious illness, the director of the Kazan Medical Institute, the director of the clinic for nervous diseases, a member of the editorial board of the “Kazan medical journal”, member of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks, Professor Isaak Samuilovich ALUF, died.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):796-800
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Kidney clinic in Turkmenistan
 
Abstract

A 20-bed kidney clinic has been opened at the Turkmen State Institute of Physiatry and Neurology in Ashgabat since 1933 and operates year-round. Scientific guidance is provided by the Therapeutic Clinic of the Turkmen Medical Institute. The Clinic is provided with a diet kitchen.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(6):800-801
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