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Vol 40, No 4 (1959)

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NERVOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF RHEUMATISM
Miheev V.V.
Abstract

Over the past decade, a significant number of works have been devoted to the study of the clinic of neurorheumatism and, in particular, cerebral rheumatism. Most of the authors in their conclusions are based on histopathological studies of the central nervous system, the degree and nature of damage to the vessels of the brain and spinal cord, damage to the meninges.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):3-6
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ALDOLASE CONTENT IN BLOOD SERUM OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE RHEUMOCARDITIS
Lukyanova N.I.
Abstract

The glycolytic enzyme aldolase was first discovered in blood serum by Warburg and Christian, who found an increase in the content of this enzyme in rats with large tumors.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):6-9
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SERUM CHOLESTEROL DYNAMICS IN RHEUMATIC
Salamatina V.V.
Abstract

As you know, in acute rheumatism in the body, there are deep immune-biological and biochemical shifts: the titer of the complement decreases (3.I. Malkin and D.G. Tumasheva), the cellular reaction of the cantharidin bladder changes (K.E. Myasnikov, 3.A. Myasnikov); globulin fractions predominate in the composition of blood proteins (ND Morozova).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):9-12
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ON THE RESULTS OF HEPARIN APPLICATION IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY CIRCULATION DISORDERS
Ponomareva A.G.
Abstract

Anticoagulants are increasingly used in the complex therapy of patients with impaired coronary circulation. The number of anticoagulants with a different mechanism and speed of action is growing, and therefore the choice of an anticoagulant can be of significant importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):12-17
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ABOUT ANTICOAGULANTS TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION WITH THROMBOENDOCARDITIS
Panfilov U.A.
Abstract

The greatest danger of embolism in patients with myocardial infarction, according to V.E. Nezlin, exists in the first days and weeks of the disease. Therefore, attempts to prevent embolism associated with parietal thromboendocarditis will be effective when anticoagulant therapy is started from the first days.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):17-20
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APPLICATION OF DICUMARIN IN THROMBOFLEBITIS AND PHLEBOTROMBOSIS
Novikov I.A.
Abstract

In recent years, doctors of various specialties are increasingly faced with various manifestations of the thrombotic process - thrombophlebitis, phlebothrombosis, coronary thrombosis, obliterating thromboangiitis, thrombosis of cerebral vessels, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):20-26
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The content of eosinophils in the blood of patients with STOMACH CANCER AND LUNG CANCER
Germanov V.A.
Abstract

In modern hematology, it is recognized that eosinophilia occurs with allergic reactions and a state of sensitization. Eosinophilic granulocytes are credited with a detoxification function, participation in the adsorption of histamine. According to P. Heilmeyer, in patients with malignant neoplasms, a state of sensitization by the products of tumor decay is possible and with a secondary infection that complicates the course of the underlying disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):26-30
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ON TIMELY DIAGNOSIS OF GASTRIC CANCER
Shamarin P.I.
Abstract

Currently, the only effective treatment for patients with gastric cancer is gastric resection. However, surgical treatment can be really effective only if the tumor is diagnosed in a timely manner.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):31-34
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ABOUT TOTAL GASTROECTOMY
Akimov V.I., Bova S.M.
Abstract

In recent years, total gastrectomy has become quite widespread both in our country and abroad, being the operation of choice for advanced gastric cancer, especially its cardiac section. In this regard, the operability of gastric cancer, according to some authors who have a large statistical material, reaches 65% (Walter), and according to Dziadek (I. Dziadek) - even 82%.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):34-37
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SECRETARY FUNCTION OF THE STOMACH RESECTED FOR PURPOSE DISEASE
Valitov S.A.
Abstract

Diseases of the operated stomach were discussed at the 24th Congress of Surgeons. Since then, the press has widely covered issues related to the consequences of surgical intervention for gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, namely: hematopoiesis, metabolism, digestion and compensatory mechanisms, relapses of the disease, disability.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):37-42
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ON THE EFFICIENCY OF TREATMENT WITH PNEUMONIA ANTIBIOTICS AND NORSULFAZOL
Moskvicheva L.I.
Abstract

The use of sulfa drugs and antibiotics in patients with lobar and focal pneumonia has undoubtedly sharply reduced mortality and the number of complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):42-44
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ABOUT TREATMENT OF HIP FRACTURE IN CHILDREN
Zavyalova T.P.
Abstract

Treatment of fractures of the femur in childhood still presents significant difficulties

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):44-48
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Spontaneous childbirth in spontaneous rupture of the uterus
Gutman G.A.
Abstract

With significant advances in the prevention and diagnosis of uterine ruptures, this severe complication is not so rare, although it has decreased in frequency by 3-4 times, reaching 0.03-0.04% in all deliveries.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):48-51
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ABOUT DAMAGE TO THE PUBLIC JUNCTION DURING CHILDBIRTH
Zlatman A.F.
Abstract

Greater or lesser damage to the pubic articulation during childbirth occurs more often than is commonly thought. In the maternity hospital. K, Zetkin, pubic articulation rupture was observed 1 time in 1524 deliveries, and Petchenko, observed it 1 time in 1000 deliveries.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):51-53
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TO CLINICAL AND ETIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES IN YOUNG CHILDREN
Belogorskaya E.V.
Abstract

Most pediatricians (MS Maslov, TS Sokolova, etc.) believe that intestinal disorders in young children are most often caused by dysentery infection, salmonella, viruses, staphylococci, pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli, protozoa; the fungal origin of such diseases is also possible.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):54-57
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TO X-RAY DIAGNOSIS OF MALIGNANT NOSE CAVITIES
Faizylin M.H.
Abstract

For 10 years, the author has carried out detailed X-ray, including tomographic, studies of 25 patients with malignant tumors (14 cancerous and 11 sarcomatous), 22 patients with benign neoplasms of the paranasal cavities (17 osteomas, 2 fibromas, 1 osteochondroma, 1 chondroma and 1 cementoma) and 40 patients with maxillary sinus cysts. These observations formed the basis of this work.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):57-64
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ABOUT X-RAY THERAPY FOR HEEL BONE SPURS
Subbotin N.P.
Abstract

In practice, it is often necessary to meet with people whose complaints boil down to pain in the heels. Their intensity is sometimes so pronounced that the patient cannot walk and remains in bed for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):64-67
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ABOUT THE ROLE OF CHOLINE IN EMBRYOGENESIS
Dubnov M.V.
Abstract

The physiological role of choline began to be paid attention soon after its discovery.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):67-69
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MULTIPLE THROMBOSIS OF LARGE VESSELS WITH A HANGING THROMBUS IN THE LEFT ATRIAL ANEURISM OF THE RIGHT ATRIAL
Kalenik E.F.
Abstract

B-noi S., 61 years old, was admitted to the hospital in January 1957 with complaints of general weakness, palpitations, shortness of breath at rest, significant edema, weakness in the lower extremities. He considered himself to be a patient since January 1956, when shortness of breath, palpitations, discomfort in the region of the heart, and cough first appeared.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):69-71
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THREE CASES OF CHRONIC RADIATION DISEASE
Berezovskyi B.S.
Abstract

The use of atomic energy for peaceful purposes is growing every year. Radioactive isotopes are now widely used in various branches of technology, in medicine, and in scientific research

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):71-73
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ABOUT THE CHRONIC RADIATION DISEASE OF THE WORKERS OF THE X-RAY OFFICE
Lukmanova H.F.
Abstract

The increasing use of ionizing radiation in medical practice leads to contact with a large number of people. In this regard, protection against the harmful effects of radioactive radiation and safety issues become important.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):73-76
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TO CLINICAL FEATURES OF ACUTE LYMPHADENOSIS
Kranzfeld B.I.
Abstract

We observed a patient with subacute lymphadenosis with a peculiar clinical picture.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):76-77
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TOTAL GASTROECTOMY AT BLEEDING HEIGHT IN CANCER
Agafonov A.A.
Abstract

For four years, he noted pain in the epigastric region that occurs an hour and a half after eating. Over the past months, he began to lose weight and weaken. Two years ago there was a tarry stool, which was also observed on 9 /Ѵ 1956.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):77-79
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MULTIPLE SPONTANEOUS RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH
Vasiliev N.M., Bogaturev M.F.
Abstract

Spontaneous gastric ruptures are rare. Until 1933 prof. SM Rubashov collected only 31 cases, including 2 of his own observations. By 1956 P.I. Logvinenko and P. S. Popovyants collected 11 more cases, including one of their observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):79-80
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FORCED EVENTRATION WITH PARTITIONAL INTESTINE OPENING IN TOXIC-INFECTIOUS PSYCHOSIS
Kalinin A.P.
Abstract

It is known that as a result of somatic diseases exhausting the body, acute psychotic states can develop, often with suicidal attempts. Doctors need to monitor changes and fluctuations in the psyche of patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):80--81
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MULTIPLE PERFORATION OF DYZENTERIAL ULTRA
Akhtyamova Z.S., Fedorov V.V.
Abstract

One of the most severe and rare complications of dysentery is peritonitis. It is observed in 7% of deaths with dysentery (Sh. S. Halfen), and in 6% it develops without macroscopically determined perforation, and only in 1% perforation of a dysentery ulcer is found.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):81-82
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ABOUT CANCER ARISING ON THE SOIL OF TROPHIC CANCER
Gruber L.V.
Abstract

The occurrence of cancer at the site of long-term healing fistulas, ulcers and scars is not so rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):82-84
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THREE CASES OF UTERINE CHORIONEPITELIOMA
Nikolaev I.N.
Abstract

Chorionepithelioma of the uterus is one of the most malignant tumors of the female reproductive apparatus. The patient's life depends on its timely diagnosis. However, diagnosis is often delayed due to the low alertness of the doctor in relation to this tumor.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):84-86
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ABOUT PROTHROMBIN TEST FOR DIAGNOSIS OF EXTRAUTERIC PREGNANCY
Morozov V.G.
Abstract

In emergency surgery, it is often necessary to meet with acute abdominal pathology, when differential diagnosis without additional studies is difficult. Especially often there is a need to distinguish between inflammatory processes of the lower abdomen from an ectopic pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):86-87
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NATURAL LEAD CONTENT IN SOIL AND FOOD
Borisova E.N.
Abstract

The rapidly developing theory of trace elements over the past 15-30 years has marked the beginning of a new era in biology. It has been proven that such microelements as zinc, copper, cobalt, silicon, bromine, iodine, fluorine, arsenic, molybdenum are vital; it is considered probable that at least 12 more trace elements are needed, and perhaps all trace elements that make up organisms in the process of evolution are attracted to participate in various biochemical processes (V.I. Vernadsky, A.P. Vinogradov, K.A. Timiryazev, V.I. . V. Kovalsky).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):88-90
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INCIDENCE OF DIPHTHERIA IN THE TATAR ASSR
Fedorenko L.I.
Abstract

The work of advanced medical institutions shows that diphtheria can be eradicated as a mass disease in the next three to four years. This is confirmed by the experience of Leningrad, where the incidence of diphtheria in 1957

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):90-94
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TO THE HISTORY OF DELIVERY IN KAZAN
Sharfootdinova Z.S.
Abstract

Until the end of the 18th century, there was no qualified obstetric care in Kazan. The birth was taken at home in unsanitary conditions by midwives who had no education. The help of midwives (with a special education) was used for the most part by the intellectual circles of the urban and rural population; women of the poor classes turned exclusively to the services of ignorant midwives

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):95-97
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TO THE HISTORY OF THE DISCOVERY OF RADIUM
Blumstein Z.N.
Abstract

Our era is justly called the era of the atom, implying the comprehensive use of its energy arising from decay, various transformations and compounds of atoms.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):97-100
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EMILIAN VALENTINOVICH ADAMIUK
Veis A.S.
Abstract

This year marks the 120th anniversary of the birth of an outstanding scientist, one of the founders of Russian ophthalmology, Professor Emilian Valentinovich Adamyuk, whose multifaceted activity is inextricably linked with Kazan University.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):100-102
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APPLICATION OF NEW DOMESTIC DYES IN MICROSCOPIC TECHNOLOGY
Zabusov G.I., Maslov A.P.
Abstract

The methods used now for staining microscopic preparations were introduced into practice several decades ago and have not undergone any significant changes. Meanwhile, these methods have a number of disadvantages that significantly reduce their value.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):102
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METHOD FOR SHARPENING BONE FORCE TYPE LUERET, BORHARDT, VOLKMAN BONE SPOONS
Akhmedzyanov R.B.
Abstract

Bone forceps such as Luer, Borchardt, sharp bony spoons, curettes, and similar instruments are almost usually discarded as unusable simply because they cannot be sharpened with conventional methods. The above instruments, according to our calculations, account for 4-5% of those written off. As an exchange of experience, we decided to report on a method that we have successfully used for a number of years for sharpening complex sharp parts of tools.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):102-103
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DETERMINATION OF SPINAL FLUID PRESSURE WITH VENOUS PRESSURE DEVICE
Teregulov E.A.
Abstract

The most widely used for measuring the pressure of cerebrospinal fluid are water manometers in the form of a glass tube.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):103
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BRONCH CROSSING KNIFE
Kukosh V.I.
Abstract

When crossing the bronchus with an ordinary scalpel, the surgeon often experiences inconvenience due to the need to manipulate in the depths of the pleural cavity. At the same time, excessive traumatization of the bronchus and uneven contraction of its walls are observed.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):103-104
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SECOND CONFERENCE OF PHYSICAL TRAINERS OF THE TASSR
Kytaeva Z.M., Sigal I.Z.
Abstract

At the conference of phthisiatricians, held on March 25-27, 1959, the issues of organizing the fight against tuberculosis, epidemiology, clinical picture and treatment of tuberculosis of various localizations were discussed.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):104-106
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The final scientific conference of the Kazan Research Institute of Epidemiology and Hygiene
Okulov A.M.
Abstract

Of the reports heard at the conference, five were devoted to dysentery, one to epidemic hepatitis, four to tick-borne encephalitis, two to Kulikhoradka, one to hemorrhagic fever and two to diphtheria.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):106
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Radioactive phosphorus in medical practice
Goldstein D.E., Sukhorukov B.Z.
Abstract

Monograph by prof. E. D. Dubovoy is devoted to a topical issue. The material for the book was the author's extensive personal experience in the therapeutic use of radioactive phosphorus, as well as literature data of Soviet and foreign authors. Thus, the monograph illuminates the experience of using radioactive phosphorus for therapeutic purposes. The book is intended for a wide range of practitioners and scientists involved in radiology.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):106-108
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Radioactive hazard (hazard from radioactive fallout as a result of nuclear explosions)
Akulov A.M.
Abstract

The book was compiled by a group of British scientists. The basic information on the physics of radioactive radiation, on their effect on all living things, on the fallout of radioactive substances after nuclear explosions is presented in a popular form. Thus, the reader is given a complete picture of the current state of these problems.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):108-110
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ON THE FORTY ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONALIZATION OF PHARMACIES OF THE TATAR ASSR
Fydim A.M.
Abstract

The decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR signed by V. I. Lenin on the nationalization of pharmacies was issued in 1918, but it was implemented in 1919.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(4):110
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