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Vol 40, No 1 (1959)

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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DECISIONS OF THE XXI CONGRESS OF THE CPSU IS THE BATTLE TASK OF MEDICAL WORKERS
Lozanov N.N.
Abstract

The extraordinary XXI Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union approved the plan for the development of the national economy of our country for 1959-65.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):5-7
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ENDEMIC GOITER
Miloslavsky V.V.
Abstract

Endemic goiter is a disease of the body, accompanied by an enlargement of the thyroid gland, observed in some areas and associated with the geological and geochemical features of the structure of the area, namely with a lack of iodine in soil, water, air and food.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):8-13
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CLINIC OF ALVEOLAR ECHINOCOCCUS OF THE LIVER
Yablokov D.D.
Abstract

Our report is based on observations of 100 patients with alveolar echinococcus of the liver who passed through the therapeutic clinics of the Tomsk Medical Institute. There were 49 women and 51 men, that is, alveolar echinococcus was equally frequent in women and men

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):14-18
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Ballistocardiographic changes WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Matusova A.M.
Abstract

Over the past decade, a new method of studying the heart - ballistocardiography, has begun to be widely introduced into the cardiology clinic. The value of this method is determined by the fact that the ballistocardiogram (BCG) reflects the state of the contractile function of the heart.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):18-29
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TO THE CLINIC OF CHRONIC POISONING BY PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Sosnovik I.Y., Bagnova M.D., Pushkina N.N., Uporov D.V.
Abstract

Based on the study of materials from periodic medical examinations and observations of shop doctors, it was found that among certain categories of oil workers there are chronic diseases of both the nervous system and the gastrointestinal tract.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):29-35
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CLINICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF FLU OUTBREAK IN OCTOBER 1957 IN KAZAN
Reznik A.E., Bayteryakova N.R., Odelevskaya E.T., Fedorenko I.I., Davidov V.Y.
Abstract

A pandemic wave of influenza, which began in the spring of 1957 in Southwest Asia, during the spring and summer months covered most of the countries of the world. In some regions of the USSR, epidemic outbreaks of influenza in May - June 1957 did not spread widely, and only in late September and early October the incidence of influenza in the USSR increased sharply.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):36-39
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THE IMPORTANCE OF VAGO-SYMPATHIC BLOCKAD IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS
Platonov A.F.
Abstract

The problem of surgical treatment of acute cholecystitis continues to attract the attention of surgeons by its relevance. Proponents of the active direction recommend immediate surgical intervention as soon as the diagnosis of acute cholecystitis is established, excluding only mild cases from this rule. This is difficult to follow in practice, since the division of acute cholecystitis into "light" and "difficult" for the clinician is the most difficult task.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):40-43
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THERAPEUTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF NOVOCAINE BLOCKADE ACCORDING TO A.V. VISHNEVSKY IN CERTAIN FORMS OF SURGICAL PATHOLOGY OF THE ESOPHAGUS AND STOMACH
Pechatnikova E.A., Zolotorevski V.Y.
Abstract

It is known that many diseases of the esophagus (both organic and functional) are quite often accompanied by two inextricably linked processes: esophageal spasm and inflammation of its walls. This gives reason to talk about a kind of vicious circle in which a spasm of the esophagus, due to stagnation and food trauma, leads to esophagitis, and this latter increases the esophageal state. Both of these processes, regardless of their etiology, can be considered as a manifestation of dystrophy and dystonia, the course of which can be changed in a favorable direction by the action of novocaine (A.V. Vishnevsky, A.A. Vishnevsky, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):41-44
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SPASTIC INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION FOR DISEASES OF THE URINARY TRACT
Baibekova S.H.
Abstract

Among the various etiological causal moments of acute dynamic intestinal obstruction, renal-pelvic pathological processes, accompanied by renalintestinal syndrome, are not the last.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):44-48
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EPILEPSY AND ITS PATHOGENESIS
Omorokov L.I.
Abstract

The problem of epilepsy, despite numerous studies, until now cannot be considered resolved.

Throughout our activities, we have defended the doctrine of cortical localization of the pathological process in epilepsy, opposing the concepts of V.K.Khoroshko, A.D.Speransky, and others, who supported the theory of subcortical genesis of epilepsy.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):48-51
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CLINIC AND THERAPY OF TRAUMATIC EPILEPSY
Altshuller E.A.
Abstract

We observed 100 patients with traumatic epilepsy. Almost two-thirds of our patients fell ill with epilepsy as a result of injuries to the skull and brain (65 patients). A closed trauma caused the development of epilepsy in 35 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):51-56
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TO THE TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING WITH CORTIN
Krivitsky Y.E.
Abstract

Functional uterine bleeding is one of the least developed issues in gynecology. Until now, the etiology and pathogenesis of this suffering are still largely unclear.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):56-58
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TREATMENT OF UNEXPECTED PREGNANCY WITH LUMBAR BLOCK ACCORDING TO A. V. VISHNEVSKY
Gazeeva G.M.
Abstract

One of the important problems of modern obstetrics is the fight against premature termination of pregnancy. The identification of the reasons for the termination of pregnancy and the treatment of this disease are still not fully resolved to this day.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):58-59
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SEBORROIN ECZEMA AS SQUAMOUS STREPTODERMIA
Shamsutdinova R.H.
Abstract

Although in practice, patients with seborrhoic eczema are often found, however, the etiology and pathogenesis of this disease still remain insufficiently understood.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):59-62
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CHANGES IN THE NERVOUS RECEPTOR EQUIPMENT CONJUNCTIVE OF THE LID AT VARIOUS STAGES OF INJURY
Shiranskaya-Sabitova D.I.
Abstract

We considered it necessary to study the state of the neuroreceptor apparatus of the conjunctiva at various stages of trachoma, believing that this will contribute to a deeper understanding of the pathogenesis and clinical course of trachoma.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):62-66
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ON HEALTHY WORKING CONDITIONS AT THE KAZAN WALING-FELT FACTORY
Selivanov A.P., Petryakova O.I.
Abstract

Despite the fact that the felting-felt plant annually spends significant funds on the technical improvement of production, on measures of technical safety, the mechanization of labor-intensive processes, nevertheless, the study of the sanitary and hygienic working conditions of the workers of this plant and the analysis of the incidence of workers and employees for 1952, 1953, 1954 biennium revealed a number of shortcomings that adversely affect the workers.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):67-68
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BALLISTOCARDIOGRAPHY FOR CERTAIN HEART DISEASES
Panfilov Y.A.
Abstract

Ballistocardiography is a new complementary method for the functional diagnosis of heart disease. It is based on the registration of mechanical movements of the human body resulting from the ejection of blood by the heart into the arterial system and its movement through the vessels.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):69-70
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Ballistocardiogram for heart defects
Rudoi B.D.
Abstract

The aim of our work was to study the ballistocardiogram (BCG) for various heart defects and an attempt to identify the characteristic changes in the BCG for certain types of heart defects, their dependence on circulatory failure (to one degree or another).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):70-72
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A CASE OF SUCCESSFUL OBESITY DIET THERAPY FOR ITSENKO-CUSHING SYNDROME
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

Currently, a distinction is made between Cushing's disease, when the pituitary gland (basophilic adenoma) is affected, and Cushing's syndrome, in which either the adrenal glands, or the ovaries, or the thymus gland are affected more often. A number of authors, such as Zondek, Benda and Bauer, believe that Cushing's syndrome is caused by damage to a number of glands, and among them, primarily, changes in the adrenal cortex.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):72-73
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OPERATION OF ABDOMINOPERICARDIOSTOMY IN THE DISTRICT HOSPITAL
Vinogradov I.E.
Abstract

In 1957 prof. G.A. Reinberg proposed an original operation, which he called abdominopericardiostomy. The idea of the operation is as follows

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):73-74
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ECHINOCOCCUS Spleen
Giniatullin A.G.
Abstract

Solitary echinococcus of the spleen is relatively rare. The most probable path of damage to the spleen: from the intestine, the embryo of an echinococcus enters the portal vein, then into the inferior vena cava, into the right heart and through the pulmonary circulation enters the ventricle of the heart, and from there into the systemic circulation and into the spleen (Yu.A. Volokh)

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):75-76
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ECHINOCOCCUS UTERINE
Nikolaev I.N.
Abstract

In the practice of obstetricians-gynecologists, echinococcal diseases are rare. The first place in terms of the frequency of damage is taken by the liver - 65 '%. The frequency of echinococcus lesions of the female genital organs, according to Tatarenko, is 1.4%. The body of the uterus is rarely 'affected by echinococcus, therefore our case is of known interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):76-77
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TO X-RAY DIAGNOSTICS OF OSTEODYSTROPHIES OF THE SKULL (PAGET'S DISEASE)
Pomosova M.V.
Abstract

Osteitis deformans, first described in 1876 by the English surgeon Paget, belongs to the group of fibrous osteodystrophies. There are two forms of this disease: monosal and polyosal. Long and flat bones are affected by it. The bones of the skull are often affected.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):77-78
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SEVERE CANDYAMICOSIS IN A CHILD CAUSED BY LARGE DOSES OF ANTIBIOTICS
Fomin K.F., Lukin V.A.
Abstract

Investigations of I. N. Kashkin and colleagues (N. P. Blinov and others) have established the stimulating effect of penicillin, streptomycin, aureomycin, syntomycin, chloramphenicol on the reproduction and pathogenic properties of yeast-like fungi.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):78-80
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ОСТРАЯ ГЕМОЛИТИЧЕСКАЯ АНЕМИЯ У БОЛЬНОГО АНГИНОЙ ПОСЛЕ ПРИЕМА СТРЕПТОЦИДА И БИОМИЦИНА
Zeidler S.A., Aisenstein M.S.
Abstract

A number of authors describe acute hemolytic anemia that occurs in connection with the intake of white streptocide. Acute hemolytic anemia developed at various times from the start of streptocide intake: from 1-2 days of administration and up to 14 days of administration.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):80-82
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patients
Burnasheva R.H.
Abstract

1007 cancer patients were examined. The maximum arterial pressure was increased in 42 people (4.2%); of them up to 180 mm - in 20 and over 180 - in 22. There were 15 men, 27 women.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):83
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About operations for intestinal nodules
Futorny N.S.
Abstract

In 440 patients with various types of acute intestinal obstruction, nodulation was observed in 10 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):83-84
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To the casuistry of foreign bodies of the stomach
Mazchenko N.S.
Abstract

A 23-year-old man, after a family quarrel on July 31st, swallowed a part of a Western metal handle. He wrapped the bent end of this handle with a rag and tied it with a thread, the other end of which he fastened to the molar; he hoped in the future to extract the swallowed object for this thread, but it broke

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):84
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About spinal hemangiomas
Volter F.I.
Abstract

Hemangioma of the vertebrae occurs from the vessels of the bone marrow, which grow and expand. It leads to the destruction of the bone tissue of the vertebra and its resorption.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):84-85
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A case of polyneuritis after carbon monoxide poisoning
Farber M.A.
Abstract

Patient F., 26 years old, was admitted to the hospital on August 14, 1953 with complaints of headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, weakness in the limbs, especially in the right leg and arm. He fell ill on August 13 while extinguishing a fire in an apartment building, when he developed a headache and vomiting. Twice there was a short-term loss of consciousness.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):85
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On the question of folded scalp
Galant I.B.
Abstract

Among the patients of the psychiatric clinic of the Khabarovsk Medical Institute, eight patients with severe folds of the scalp were observed over the past two years.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):85
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Treatment by suggestion in hypnosis of sexual weakness in men
Poplavski A.K.
Abstract

There were 21 patients under observation. The vast majority of patients were 18-29 years old. The duration of the disease is from 5 months to 8 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):85-86
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On the treatment of impotence with hypodermic oxygen injection
Lykashev V.A.
Abstract

There were 25 patients under observation. 11 had erectile dysfunction and 14 had premature semen flow. Oxygen was injected into the subcutaneous tissue of the lumbosacral region (L2—S5) daily.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):86
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N.I.PIROGOV ABOUT TEACHING METHODS AT HIGHER MEDICAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Akulov A.М.
Abstract

The brilliant surgeon N.I. Pirogov was also an outstanding teacher of his time. In his literary heritage, there are a number of statements about teaching both in medical and other institutions of higher education.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):87-89
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DENTAL GLOWING PLASTIC SPATEL
Oxman I.М.
Abstract

To examine the patient's mouth and throat in any position and in the absence of the necessary environment and lighting, we have constructed a new device in the form of a spatula made of acrylic plastic and a handle, inside which an electric light bulb (4-8 volts) is mounted. A beam of light from a light bulb passes in a straight line through the plastic of the spatula to its end; at the end of the spatula, a beam appears sufficient to illuminate the cavity being examined.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):90-91
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GLOWING PLASTIC SPATULA
Pukin A.М.
Abstract

When examining the oral cavity and pharynx in seriously ill patients, due to the lack of sufficient lighting, certain difficulties arise, due to which the doctor cannot perform a full-fledged study.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):91
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FIRST ALL-UNION FIGHTING CONFERENCE WITH VIBRATION
Kamchatnov V.P.
Abstract

The emergence of the oil industry in one of the first places and the development of other types of industry raises a number of new occupational pathology issues for doctors, among which the prevention of vibration traumatism is becoming important. In this regard, the results of the conference on this problem, held in July 1958 in Leningrad, are of great importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):92-93
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THE TENTH SCIENTIFIC SESSION OF THE INSTITUTE OF SURGERY A.V. VISHNEVSKY AMS USSR
Shalagin M.М.
Abstract

The session was held on November 12 and 13, 1958. Two issues were considered: 1) operations on a "dry" heart and 2) alloplasty in surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):93-95
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Anniversary dates. PROFESSOR VLADIMIR NIKOLAEVICH SHUBIN
Popkov N.I.
Abstract

Vladimir Nikolaevich Shubin was born on November 21, 1898 in the city of Nolinsk, former Vyatka province. After graduating from the Medical Faculty of Perm University in 1922, he first worked in the medical department, and then was elected an intern at the hospital surgical clinic of Perm University, where he worked under the guidance of prof. V. M. Parina. Successively occupying the post of supernumerary, then full-time assistant, Vladimir Nikolaevich gained a lot of practical experience. During this time, he completed a number of scientific works on various branches of surgery: typhoid peritonitis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, and goiter.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):96-97
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Anniversary dates. Associate Professor IVAN FEDOROVICH KHARITONOV
Rakhimklov H.S.
Abstract

I.F. Kharitonov was born in 1898 in the city of Menzelinsk, the former Kazan province.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):97-98
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Obesity (pathogenesis, clinic, treatment)
Sokolovskii V.P.
Abstract

The problem of obesity is of interest to doctors of all specialties, and therefore the book of M. N. Egorov and L. M. Levitsky is quite timely and necessary.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):99-100
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NEW MEDICINES
Tatapteko Office -.-.
Abstract

Cutison,Redergam,Hexametone,Digitalis preparations, Pelentan, Novurite, Tetracycline

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(1):102-103
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