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Vol 31, No 8-9 (1935)

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Centenary of the Kazan Anatomical Theater
Ternovsky V.N.
Abstract

The Anatomical Theatre of Kazan State Medical Institute celebrates 100 years of existence, while the Department of Anatomy started its work at the University much earlier, among the 6 departments that made up the then Faculty of Medicine.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):919-921
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On the spread of endemic goitre in the Tatar Republic
Krupachev I.F.
Abstract

A comprehensive study of the endemic goiter shows that the latter has a certain geographical distribution. Affecting entire villages and districts, it acquires the character of a national disaster, since it bears in itself the beginnings of human degeneration in the form of cretinism, varying degrees of mental and physical backwardness: deafness, infantilism and a number of other constitutional violations.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):922-929
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Morbidity of the insured at industrial enterprises in Kazan
Nimtsovitskaya M.A.
Abstract

In our work, published in 1933 in the "Kazan Medical Journal", an analysis of the incidence of disability in the main industrial enterprises of Kazan for 1931 and 1932 is given. In this work, we will try to give a brief overview of the incidence for 1933 and 1934 for 25 industries Kazan, with a total number of insured about 30,000.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):929-938
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On the effect of aniline (p-nitroaniline) on the nervous system
Reznikov A.B.
Abstract

This work is based on the material of clinical and polyclinical examination of workers of the leading workshops of the Chemical Combine. The main production facilities are aniline, dimegil-aniline, nitroaniline, p-natroaniline, and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):938-944
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Heredity and constitution
Yarotsky A.I.
Abstract

Observations of the dependence of a person's diseases on the hereditary gifts he received from his ancestors, which he shares with his congeners, on the one hand, and the success of experimental biology in studying the laws of heredity, on the other, have raised the question of the possibility of applying the biological laws of heredity to human pathology and the human clinic to one of the first places in medicine.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):945-956
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On the dynamics of glutathione in cardiovascular patients
Malkin Z.I., Makarova T.A., Zarbeeva V.S.
Abstract

In the problem of the pathogenesis of cardiac decompensation, we are currently interested not only in issues of hemodynamics. It is known that a cardiovascular patient has various metabolic disorders, carbohydrate and protein metabolism suffers, basal metabolism and acid-base balance are disturbed, and undeoxidized metabolic products appear in the blood in excess. In the light of these data, it is of interest to solve the problem of the state of oxidative processes in the tissues of a cardiovascular patient.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):957-967
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About the influence of Matsesta baths on cardiovascular patients and about balneotherapy for them
Nikolaev N.M.
Abstract

A large number of works have been devoted to the mechanism of action of the Matsesta baths on cardiovascular patients, and at present there is no doubt that under the influence of Matsesta baths, significant hemodynamic changes occur in the body of a healthy person and a cardiovascular patient.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):968-976
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Time of complete blood circulation, method of determination and changes under the influence of carbon dioxide baths
Sribner I.M., Basok M.Y.
Abstract

In studying the physiology and pathology of blood circulation, and in dealing with the individual issues involved, we aim to find out on a case-by-case basis how far enough blood is supplied to cells and tissues to deliver nutrient material and oxygen. Therefore, the main thing we are interested in when analysing the factors that make up the blood circulation function is the energy accounting with which the blood moves through the vascular system.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):977-981
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On the issue of pulmonary hemorrhage in aortic aneurysms
Stepukhovich D.M., Levin M.A.
Abstract

It is very difficult for a doctor who has a patient with an aortic aneurysm in front of him, who has an extensive history of Haemopthoe, to get rid of the idea that the cause of this bleeding is an aneurysm. Meanwhile, according to Baer, only 15% of aneurysmics end up with perforation, while the vast majority die from complications and heart weakness.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):982-985
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Hematogenous-disseminated forms of pulmonary tuberculosis based on materials from the Yalta tuberculosis sanatorium of the RKKA
Tsanov N.I.
Abstract

Hematogenous disseminated pulmonary tuberculosis, as a separate chapter of pulmonary tuberculosis, has attracted much attention in recent years, and at present there is a huge amount of work devoted to the clinical picture and pathomorphology of this form of pulmonary tuberculosis. The extraordinary diversity of the clinical and radiological picture and the anatomical variability of hematogenous disseminated (hem.-dis.) Pulmonary TB do not make it possible to offer a satisfactory classification, and therefore we meet different attempts to characterize the hem.-dis. tbk lungs.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):986-991
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Influence of kumis therapy on neuro-pulmonary patients
Ulyanova M.G., Shifrina M.L.
Abstract

In the literature on the issue of curative treatment and the accounting of its results, the section on curative use in lung patients with diseases of the nervous system and in independent nervous diseases is a very poor subject. Apart from the work of A.M. Miropolskaya, we have nothing. At the same time, given the high popularity of koumissotherapy among the population, the number of patients with diseases of the nervous system, often coming to koumiss resorts in the order of gravity, is very significant.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):992-997
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Treatment of diarrhea with a fruit and vegetable diet
Vinnikov M.E., Morozova N.S.
Abstract

Acute disorders of the motor and secretory functions of the intestines are of particular practical interest for a doctor. Being a common symptom in a wide variety of diseases of the intestines and stomach, and often the whole body, diarrhea is one of the diseases that occur every day.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1003-1007
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Climate of Turkmenistan and bronchial asthma
Sukachev A.G.
Abstract

One of the few diseases in its persistence, sometimes severity, always "insidious" —bronchial asthma continues to be a serious challenge for the clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):997-1002
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Pathological and histological changes in a trophic ulcer under the influence of a novocaine block
Novikov G.
Abstract

Without going into the details of the analysis of the existing hypotheses about the pathogenesis of trophic ulcers of the extremities, I should note that the scope of this last concept has now been largely expanded. A number of authors refer to trophic ulcers not only as mal perforant du pied ulcers, which are based on damage to the central or peripheral nervous system, but also ulcers of a different origin: varicose, posttyphoid, traumatic and ulcers that developed after burns, frostbite, purulent inflammatory processes (erysipelas, phlegmon, abscesses, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1008-1012
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Raynaud's disease treatment with novocaine block
Novikov G.M.
Abstract

In 1862, Raynaud first described, as a completely independent nosological unit, a kind of disease of the peripheral and most protruding parts of the body (fingers of the upper and lower extremities, auricles, the tip of the nose, cheeks), now known under the name of Raynaud's symmetric gangrene ... Since that time, little new has been introduced into the etiology and pathogenesis of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1012-1017
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Clinical picture and pathogenesis of chronic intussusception
Gulevich P.A.
Abstract

If the clinic of acute intussusception, which is not an exquisite rarity in the work of a surgeon, can be considered sufficiently studied, this cannot be said for chronic intussusception, which is much less common.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1017-1020
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On the pathogenesis of purulent pericarditis
Tsimkhes I.L.
Abstract

Among metastatic abscesses with surgical sepsis, purulent pericarditis is relatively rare. On Gerke's material, pericarditis, as a complication of septicemia, erysipelas, scarlet fever, is rare. Among 8937 septic patients, pericarditis was detected clinically and at autopsy in 221 cases, with purulent pericarditis in most cases (90).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1021-1024
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Appearance of agglutinogens in human embryos
Fainberg V.B.
Abstract

Studying the practical application of blood transfusion led me to examine the blood of young embryos in order to determine whether they belonged to a particular group. Later on, the study came down to determining when the embryos had an isoagglutination reaction, and since the experience was carried out with standard serums and erythrocytes of the embryo, our study was mainly aimed at identifying agglutinogens.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1025-1028
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To the Ural sepsis clinic
Rozno Y.A.
Abstract

Back in the last century in Western Europe, many authors, especially French ones, established a close relationship between diseases of the dental system and other organs and areas close or distant from the masticatory apparatus.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1029-1031
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Duration of the course of acute gonorrhea in men, depending on the frequency of interruptions according to Janet
Osharov N.N.
Abstract

The duration of the course of acute male gonorrhea is extremely varied and varies widely from several days to several months. This duration depends on various reasons. Most authors give different terms for the cure of male gonorrhea.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1031-1034
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Microbial flora and its virulence in some forms of pyoderma
Kondratyev G.G., Yumaev G.S.
Abstract

In connection with the experimental and clinical study of pyodermia in our clinic, we investigated by sowing microbial flora in some forms of pyodermia.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1034-1038
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Effect of calcium salts on physical and chemical properties of blood in experimental saturnism
Neshchadimenko I.P.
Abstract

According to the Laie, lead is used in some form or other in more than 110 industries, but there is no doubt that there are many other occupations in which lead poisoning can occur, apart from those listed by Laie. It must be stated at once that the number of productions and classes where lead poisoning is permitted within the USSR, according to Decree No 265 of the People's Commissariat for Labor of 16 August 1932, has drastically decreased and will continue to decrease. However, since lead cannot be completely removed for the next period of time and the damage will be felt by workers at these facilities, we cannot be indifferent and must deal with the prevention and treatment of lead poisoning.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1039-1045
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Ph of allergic inflammation
Ado A.D.
Abstract

The actual reaction (Ph) in an inflamed tissue environment has now been measured for many types of inflammation. Most measurements concern acute purulent inflammations (boils, abscesses) or exudates derived from various inflamed tissues or cavities in the human body (Schade, Neükirchu, Halpert). The results of these measurements made it possible to propose changes in Ph in inflamed tissue as one of the essential indicators characterising the inflammatory process.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1045-1055
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On Lutz-Jeanselm's near-articular nodes
Massino S.V.
Abstract

Being far from syphilidology in my specialty, I had, however, the opportunity to observe not isolated, but massive cases of periarticular nodes. The isolated cases of periarticular nodes quoted by G. Kondratyev, described by a few foreign and Soviet authors, characterize the rarity of this phenomenon in ordinary conditions.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1056-1057
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Polyneuritis due to alimentary poisoning with Davydov's drug
Khasanov A.A.
Abstract

In recent years in the USSR, P. N. Davydov's preparation consisting of clay (90%) and talc (10%), carefully mixed and soaked with 30% arsenic acid sodium solution, has been used as a dry disinfectant. A 0.75 kg of powder is used to etch 1 m of seed. It is dressed no earlier than one month before sowing in special dressing machines.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1057-1060
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Echinococcus of the mammary gland
Kuznetsov I.M.
Abstract

Echinococcus affection of the breast is considered a very rare disease. The number of cases published in the literature is not large.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1061-1063
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Case of ichthyosis treatment with gravidan
Leizerovsky A.M.
Abstract

The etiology of many skin diseases remains unclear. Clinical experience and observations have long led the leading specialists to the conviction that many dermatoses are undoubtedly associated with disorders of the autonomic-endocrine system. Both these observations and our personal experience in this area prompted us to use endocrine drugs in the treatment of skin diseases. Recently we have been using gravidan for this purpose.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1063-1065
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A case of spontaneous rupture of the uterus before childbirth after a caesar section
Danilov I.V.
Abstract

Uterine rupture is most commonly seen during labor and relatively rare before delivery. A large percentage of mortality with them, reaching up to 80% for the mother, and almost 100% for children, makes us pay special attention to the etiology and diagnosis of uterine rupture in general, in particular spontaneous, in each case of this kind of complication.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1065-1067
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A case of duodenal ulcer in childhood
Lyubina N.I.
Abstract

12-centipital ulcer is known to be much less common in childhood than in adults. The number of works on this issue is insignificant. Most of the cases described are in early childhood. In older children, 12 colon ulcers are rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1067-1069
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A casuistic case of rabies
Yankovsky A.E., Kurochkina N.A.
Abstract

In practice, cases of human exposure to rabies are very rare and little described in the literature, where the animal did not bite but only licked completely intact body parts (Savateev). That's what prompted us to describe one of the 9 cases that were in the Sverdlovsk Oblast Mental Hospital in the last 2 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1069-1071
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Medical Science Week
Emdin V.I.
Abstract

In June 1935, a solemn celebration of the 15th anniversary of the activity of the V.I.Lenin State Institute for Advanced Medical Studies in Kazan took place. In honor of the anniversary, a "week of medical science" was organized.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1072-1081
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XXIII All-Union Congress of Surgeons
Gilman A.G.
Abstract

The 23rd Congress of Surgeons took place after a too-three-year hiatus, at a time when Soviet health care is on a steep rise, when Soviet surgery is growing and expanding. This was felt both in the intense attention with which the reports were listened to in a crowded hall, and in the lively conversations and warm meetings of colleagues in surgical weapons in the corridors during breaks.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1082-1097
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Magnesium and cancer
Znamensky M.S.
Abstract

In 1915, Prof. Dеlbеt, who was not satisfied with the method of pure asepsis in the treatment of wounds because of its passivity, tried to find a remedy that would actively help the body to fight the infection. In his search, he came across magnesium halide salts (Mg) that met his requirements. But in the process of working with magnesium salts, mainly magnesium chloride, some of their properties were discovered, which attracted Dеlbеt to another, no less interesting area, namely malignant tumours.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1097-1104
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Physiological Optics Conference
Chubukov A.V.
Abstract

The Conference on Physiological Optics, convened by the State Optical Institute and the All-Union Institute of Experimental Medicine, took place in Leningrad on 25-29 December 1934 and attracted many outstanding employees in the field of physiological optics (ophthalmologists, physicists, physiologists, engineers, lighting engineers, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1104-1110
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Koch. Virchow. From the series "Life of Remarkable People"
Lepsky E.M.
Abstract

The biographies of Koch and Virkhov, written by N.A.Semashko, differ from other biographies of these leading figures of modern medicine available in Russian in that they show the attitude of capitalist society and give a Marxist analysis of Virkhov's political evolution.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1110-1110
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Proceedings of the Arkhangelsk State Medical Institute
Gruzdev V.S.
Abstract

The appearance of printed scientists from all universities in general, and from medical schools in particular, is undoubtedly the best indicator of the prosperity of this institution. From this point of view, we cannot but welcome the appearance in sadness of the first issue of the scientific works of the young Arkhangelsk Medical Institute under the editorship of Professor I.L. Tsimkhes, a pet of Kazan Medical Institute.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1110-1111
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Experimental study of hypochloremia
 
Abstract

Analyzing clinical and experimental data on hypochloremia, the authors show that both during vomiting and when giving diuretica, it is not only about the loss of chlorine, but at the same time a large amount of water is lost.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1112-1112
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About hyperazotemia in acute hepatitis
 
Abstract

During the development of infectious hepatitis, hyperazotemia is observed, which until now has always been attributed to accompanying hepatitis nephritis (so-called hepato-nephritis). The possibility of accompanying acute hepatitis with nephritis has indeed been proven histologically.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1112-1113
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Chlorine accumulation in the area of traumatized renal tissue
 
Abstract

The mechanism of postoperative hypochloremia has now found some explanation, since Legue showed that chlorine is selectively fixed in the area of tissues damaged by the operation. The authors examined a dog's kidney through which Ringer-Locke fluid was passed.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1113-1114
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Role of cysteine in jaundice hemorrhages
 
Abstract

The role of calcium, platelets, and other factors that were associated with bleeding was not confirmed in jaundice. Carr and Toote found that the amino acid cysteine was the main factor impeding blood clotting. In obstructive jaundice, this amino acid accumulates in the blood and in in vitro experiments and, when administered to animals, causes a deterioration in blood clotting.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1114-1114
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Observations on the action of water
Schatz W.
Abstract

The author showed that the administration of large quantities of distilled or plain water per os to experimental animals causes intoxication, which can be prevented by the intravenous administration of 10% saline solution.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1114-1114
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Study of concentrated diphtheria toxoid
Sрassку N.N., Оdrina Н.I.
Abstract

The authors prepared a concentrated toxoid according to the Ramon method. Anti-diphtheria serum was added to the usual toxoid (12-14 flocculating units) until optimal flocculation was obtained.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1114-1114
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Experimental diphtheria paralysis
Ramon G., Debre R., Uhrу P.
Abstract

The authors have experimented with guinea pigs, rabbits and dogs. They injected the animals into the muscle of the hind leg with diphtheria toxin treated with formalin (4.35%) in a thermostat for 22 hours.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1115-1115
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Study of the mechanism of action of pneumococcal serum
Oelrichs L.
Abstract

Pneumococcal serum gives approximately the same effect in mice and rabbits, if an indicator of the effectiveness of serum treatment is considered the ability to protect animals from death. In this case, the effect of the action of equal doses of serum in pneumococcal rabbits is the higher, the earlier the serum is used.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1115-1115
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On the mechanism of pneumococcal serum action
Oelrichs L.
Abstract

The author showed that the action of pneumococcal serum, which causes the excretion of the pathogen that has entered the bloodstream, is strictly specific for its species and type.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1115-1115
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Vaccination of rabbits against intradermal pneumococcal infection
Кolmer I.А., Rule А.М.
Abstract

The vaccine was prepared from daily broth cultures of pneumococcus by centrifugation followed by dilution of the sediment in physiological solution.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1115-1116
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Chemotherapy of intradermal infection of rabbits with pneumococcus. Action of optoquine and other quinine derivatives
Кolmer I.А., Rule А.М.
Abstract

The main optoquin was administered to rabbits per os at 0.01 g per 1 kg of body weight immediately after infection and then within 3 days, every 6 hours. In another series of animals, optoquin was injected every 6 hours four times during infection and the same number after infection. In the third series of rabbits, optoquine was injected intramuscularly.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1116-1116
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Comparative chemotherapy study of ethylapoquinine and optoquin
Arjona Е.
Abstract

Gundel and Seitz showed that optoquine is the best chemotherapeutic agent for pneumococcal infections. Ethylapoquinine in its chemical structure is very close to optoquin, differing from it only in the absence of two hydrogen atoms.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1116-1116
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Infection with rabies through the abdominal cavity
Mariе А.С.
Abstract

The work of a number of authors shows that by injecting the rabies virus into animals' abdominal cavity, the disease cannot be caused. To overcome the barrier posed to infection by the peritoneal mucous membrane, the author blocked the reticular and endothelial system in guinea pigs and then injected the virus into their abdominal cavity.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1116-1116
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Study of the Schwarzman phenomenon
Plaut F.
Abstract

The author tried to solve the question of whether it is possible to induce the Schwarzman (Sh Ph) phenomenon not only by combining a protein antigen with its antiserum, but also a hapten with the corresponding antibodies.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1116-1117
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Early diagnosis of rabies by infecting mice. Measurement of humoral immunity to rabies using a precautionary experiment in mice
Webster L.F., Dawson I.R.
Abstract

For these works, races of mice with high sensitivity to the rabies virus should be used. For diagnostic purposes, the brain of the test dog is opened under sterile conditions, a piece of ammonium horn is cut out, rubbed and an emulsion is prepared in saline (1: 10).

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1117-1117
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Constancy of toxin-producing properties in scarlet streptococcus strains
Megrail Е., Thompson R.L.
Abstract

The authors studied only 9 strains of streptococcus scarlet fever.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1117-1117
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Experimental studies of the mechanism of intestinal atony in acute diffuse peritonitis
Sharbet T.
Abstract

Toxins from various bacteria, especially b. Welchii, and the acids they produce, dilate the vessels in the abdominal cavity, causing significant blood stagnation, resulting in acidosis in the abdomen.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1117-1117
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On the treatment of deeply seated inoperable rectal cancers
Wymer I.
Abstract

In two cases of inoperable rectal cancers, the author has successfully used electrosurgical therapy through the anus.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1117-1117
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Skin discoloration in acute necrosis of the pancreas
Zaajеr I.Н.
Abstract

The author describes a case of acute pancreatic necrosis, in whose clinical picture the appearance of sharp blue-green spots first in the left lumbar region and then in the circumference of the navel and spreading further was noticed.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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Surgical treatment of hip fractures using the extra-articular method according to Sven Iohansson
Böhler L.
Abstract

The author successfully operated extra-articular method in 20 cases for hip fractures.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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Treating tetanus in children
Hoche О.
Abstract

The author describes one case of tetanus recovery in an 8-year-old child after injury to the third finger of his left hand.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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About the treatment of shoulder dislocations
Maier W.
Abstract

The author suggests not fixing the limbs with a Desault or Velpeau bandage after the dislocation of the shoulder has been reduced, but rather placing the limbs in an abduction splint at an angle of 45 °.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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Congenital torticollis
Auslander Е.
Abstract

This work is based on 57 cases of congenital torticollis. The disease is not related in any way to gender or race.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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Primary tuberculosis of the cervix uteri mimicking cancer
Auslander E.
Abstract

Tuberculous lesions of the cervix are extremely rare. The author observed a case in a woman, 49 years old, menstruating correctly from 16 years old, virgo; 2 years ago the patient underwent an appendectomy.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1118
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Chorioepithelioma with positive Ashheim-Tondek reaction
Auslander E.
Abstract

A 22-year-old woman, after a 2-month delay, has a miscarriage followed by curettage. After a few weeks, slight bleeding; vaginal examination reveals nothing.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1118-1119
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Biochemical pregnancy detection
Danilov I.
Abstract

The author describes the reactions of Kapeller-Adler and Voge as follows: The burette is poured with 10 HP of the tested woman's urine and 5 HP of bromine solution (Bromi puri 25.0, acetici 200.0, aq. destii. ad 1000.0). After a short shake, the excess bromine is checked to see if there is any bromine needed for the Кnоор's reaction, for which purpose 3 HP chloroform is added and shaken. Excess bromine is recognised by the chloroform yellow to red colouring.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1119-1119
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Kapeller-Adler's reaction
Danilov I.
Abstract

The author points out that the Kapeller-Adler'a reaction is based on the fact, for the first time established by Voge, that histidine in the urine of pregnant women is found, as a rule, in non-pregnant women only in exceptional cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1119-1119
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Zondek-Aschheim's reaction
Danilov I.
Abstract

The authors proved that there is no histidine in the urine of pregnant animals, and the Zondek-Aschheim's reaction is also negative.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1119-1119
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Biochemical pregnancy detection
Reipprich W.
Abstract

The author found that rats not only tolerate large doses of pregnant women's urine well, but are also more sensitive to the action of gonadotropic hormones, so he suggested using Zondek-Aschheim instead of mice infantile rats, which inject pregnant women's urine in the amount of 10-14 cc under the skin of their backs.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1119-1119
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Meetings of medical societies. Otorhinolaryngological section. 66th meeting of February 25, 1935
 
Abstract

Dr. B.N. Sokolov: “Materials for the study of the absorption capacity of the nasal mucosa.” Organizational issues.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1120-1120
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Meetings of medical societies. Eye section. Meeting on May 21, 1935
 
Abstract

Ord. E.F. Koroleva. Demonstration of a patient with an unusual ulcerative process of the conjunctiva of the upper eyelid. Dr. SI Yarlygaeva demonstrated a patient with the consequences of a severe burn of the face during a flash of gasoline. Dr. Z.S. Iskanderov. “Childhood eye trauma according to the materials of the Eye Clinic of the Kazan Medical Institute.” Dr. A. B. Kolenko. “Urotropin and corneal paracentesis in her ulcerative diseases.” Dr. T. E. Bulgakova made a report on her work as an ophthalmologist , during the sowing campaign in the sponsored collective farm "Udarnik".

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1120-1121
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Yelabuga branch of NMD. 8th interdistrict scientific conference of doctors. Meeting of January 29, 1935
Board Е.
Abstract

Dr. I.F. Gerasimov. “Report on a business trip to advanced training courses for chief physicians at Ts. I. U.”. Dr. Karimov. "Radiology in the conditions of the site". Dr. V. M. Osipovsky. "The use of isolated skin flagella for osteoplastic sutures." Dr. I.F. Gerasimov. “On the issue of ear developmental abnormalities”.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1121-1122
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Chronicle
 
Abstract

New medical universities. This year, 16 thousand new students will be admitted to medical universities of the RSFSR, which is 5.400 more than last year.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1122-1123
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Professor Mikhail Pavlovich Tushnov
Rufimsky N.P.
Abstract

On September 19, 1935 in Moscow, a professor of the Moscow Veterinary Institute, a full member of the VIEM, Doctor of Biology, Academician Mikhail Pavlovich Tushnov died suddenly at the age of 56.

Kazan medical journal. 1935;31(8-9):1124-1125
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