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ABOUT MEDICO-GEOGRAPHIC STUDY OF TASSR
Landushev I.V.
Abstract

Over the past 10-15 years, much attention has been paid to medical and geographical research in the Soviet Union and abroad. Interest in such studies is explained by the fact that they are of great practical importance in the long-term planning of health care development, in the development of measures aimed at reducing or eliminating certain human diseases, building new cities and enterprises, developing new territories and solving many other national economic problems.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):3-5
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FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE ADRENAL CORE IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATISM AND OTHER FORMS OF COLLAGENOSIS
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

In the pathogenesis of rheumatism, like a number of other diseases with an allergic component, it is possible to assume a change in the function of the pituitary-adrenal system.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):5-7
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DYNAMICS OF IMMUNOLOGICAL INDICATORS IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATISM
Kuramshina M.G., Shikhova N.M., Shikhova E.I., Babkina V.L.
Abstract

Most scientists are supporters of the infectious-allergic nature of rheumatism (A.I. Nesterov, V.I. Molchanov, V.E. Nezlin, V.I. Ioffe, M.P. Konchalovsky, etc.). A number of authors indicate that focal ß-streptococcal infection is a source of body sensitization necessary for the onset of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):7-8
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Erythrocyte permeability to Р32 FOR RHEUMATIC HEART LESIONS
Berezovskyi B.S.
Abstract

Work on blood preservation and experimental biochemical studies show that the usefulness of erythrocytes is associated with the normal course of the metabolic process in them, mainly manifested in glycolysis, which gives erythrocytes all the energy necessary for metabolism. SE Severin (1946), GE Vladimirov and others (1947) note that the termination of glycolysis leads to hemolysis and death of erythrocytes.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):9-10
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FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATISM WITH DIFFERENT COURSES
Pavlikovskaya N.B.
Abstract

A number of authors (Edene, 1936; Kolbing, 1950; Chonicher, Szabo, 1955) indicate that the use of a lantoside test can, to some extent, substantiate the diagnosis of an active rheumatic process.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):10-12
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EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT OF RHEOPIRINA VOLUME RHEUMATISM AND INFECTARTRITIS
Terletskaya T.M., Rudenko N.B.
Abstract

In recent years, among the effective antirheumatic agents, combined preparations consisting of pyramidone and butadiene, which include reopyrin, are mentioned.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):12-14
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ABOUT RHEUMATIC ENCEPHALITIS WITH EPILEPTIFORM SEIZURES
Altshuler E.A.
Abstract

Rheumatism affects not only the joints and heart, but also the brain and meninges ("cerebral rheumatism"). This general name means all kinds of manifestations of rheumatism in the central nervous system, from functional (vasospasm) and mental disorders to grossly anatomical (inflammation, hemorrhage, thrombus, embolus).

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):14-16
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ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS FOR HYPERTONIC DISEASE IN ADOLESCENTS AND YOUTH
Spirina P.V.
Abstract

Literary data on ECG changes in patients with essential hypertension at a young age are few in number (I. M. Gigineishvili, V. Ya.Dyagilev, I. I. Pertsov and K. M. Tikhonova, I. A. Ryvkin and I. B. Gurevich, 3.G. Mavrina, M.I. Tsinamzgvarov, M.G. Yanovitsky). V. Ya-Diaghilev in this category of patients found in 42% of cases on the ECG signs of coronary insufficiency.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):17-18
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ABOUT DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT WITH CHOLINOMYMETIC PREPARATIONS OF LIMB VESSEL ENDARTERIIS
Mavzutov L.H.
Abstract

In the pathogenesis of obliterating endarteritis, VA Oppel in 1922 pointed to the importance of hyperfunction of the adrenal glands. Later, this position was confirmed in the studies of G.P. Zaitsev (1960) and F.N. Kazantsev (1961).

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):18-21
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CHANGES IN INTRAPLEURAL PRESSURE DURING ABDOMINAL PELOTING
Sigal I.Z.
Abstract

Abdominal pelotting was proposed by VL Einis (1927-1928) for additional lifting and limiting the mobility of the diaphragm after phrenicoperation. F.A.Mikhailov (1944) showed the advisability of using abdominal pelotting to neutralize negative intrapleural pressure when preparing a gas bubble for thoracoscopy and thoracocaustics. Subsequently, abdominal pelotting began to be used as an adjunct to pneumoperitoneum.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):21-24
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SUSPENDED ENTEROSTOMY IN PERITONITIS
Volkov G.I.
Abstract

Thanks to early diagnosis, provision of timely qualified assistance, widespread use of antibiotics in recent years for acute surgical diseases of the abdominal cavity, the number of complications of peritonitis has significantly decreased, but they still occupy one of the leading places among the causes of death of patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):23-24
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EXPERIENCE OF URETER TRANSLATION INTO THE INTESTINAL
Aidarov A.A., Albekova R.G.
Abstract

When transplanting ureters into the intestine, the main complications are ascending infection, peritonitis, the development of the humoral syndrome of hyperchloremic acidosis and the appearance of reflux, the dominant role in the development of which are neurogenic factors associated with trauma and impaired innervation of the ureteral orifices.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):24-25
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URINARY COMPLICATIONS IN TRAUMATIC URETHRAL STRUCTURES
Смеловский V.P., Kudryavtsev L.A.
Abstract

Traumatic urethral strictures, usually the result of a rupture of the urethra due to a fracture of the pelvic bones or perineal injury, require rather complex surgical treatment with a long postoperative period and sometimes followed by instrumental treatment in the form of systematic bougienage for a long period.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):25-27
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ANTI-RECURRENT EFFECT OF ACTH AND CORTISONE IN THE TREATMENT OF EYESY INFLAMMATIONS
Valeeva M.G., Gorunova V.G.
Abstract

With primary erysipelas, penicillin therapy is effective. However, patients often have recurrent erysipelas, and repeated treatment with penicillin is no longer effective and does not prevent relapses at all.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):27-28
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ABOUT SUBSTITUTIONAL OSTEOTOMIES IN FIBROUS ANKYLOSIS AFTER TUBERCULOSIS COXITIS
Rumyanceva A.A.
Abstract

The outcome of tuberculous coxitis can be complete immobility in the joint, which is radiographically expressed or ankylosis with the transition of bone trabeculae, or in the form of the so-called fibrous adhesion.

 

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):28-29
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EXPERIENCE IN PREVENTING DENTAL CARIES IN EARLY CHILD
Sayfullina H.M.
Abstract

According to the theory of A.E. Sharpenak, the depletion of the enamel of the tooth with proteins as a result of increased proteolysis is the basis of the occurrence of the carious process. One of the reasons for increased proteolysis is the accumulation of pyruvic acid in the tooth tissues.

 

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):29-30
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ODONTOGENOUS OSTEOMYELITIS IN CHILDREN
Abdrashitova L.S.
Abstract

Odontogenic osteomyelitis is common in childhood. In the development of osteomyelitis, the ongoing restructuring of the shape and size and the finer structure of the jaws are of great importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):31-33
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ON INDUCTION OF EXPERIMENTAL FIBROMIOMA
Gilyazutdinova D.S.
Abstract

The reasons for the development of uterine fibroids have not been completely clarified. A number of clinical and experimental studies indicate that in the pathogenesis of a number of tumors, an important role is played by the violation of the exchange of sex hormones, in particular estrogens.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):33-35
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ABOUT EXTRAPERITONEAL ENDOMETRIOSIS
Skutlskyi N.M., Petrov V.N.
Abstract

Over the past 5 years, in the clinic and dispensary, we observed 4 patients suffering from endometriosis: in three endometriomas were localized in the navel and in one patient - in the postoperative scar. Here are our observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):35-36
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GENTLE MOMENTS DURING ARTIFICIAL ABORTION
Kallinikov Y.I.
Abstract

Undoubtedly, there is now not a single doctor who would not consider an artificial abortion a harmful operation that damages both the sexual apparatus and, in a more or less distant time, and the entire body of a woman. It is the responsibility of every obstetrician to make this operation as gentle as possible.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):36-38
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POST-LABOR SEPTIC ANURIA
Rabinovich E.Z.
Abstract

Currently, there are still deaths from post-abortion sepsis, a frequent complication of which is acute renal failure. According to A. Ya. Pytel, ischemia is the main pathogenetic factor of acute renal failure.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):38-40
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EXPERIENCE OF THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC OFFICE OF THE HOSPITAL
Zybairova G.O.
Abstract

Currently, electroencephalography has not only won a solid place among the methods of objective assessment of the activity of certain areas of the cerebral cortex, but has also been successfully used for broader purposes, namely, for a general assessment of the functional state of the nervous system in various diseases of the body, during workloads and etc. In this regard, the scope of application of electroencephalography (EEG) is expanding, and the number of electrophysiological laboratories at medical institutions is growing.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):40-44
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EFFECTS OF SPECIFIC THERAPY ON PHAGOCYTIC ACTIVITY OF LEUKOCYTES IN DIPHTHERIA
Zalyjnaya M.S.
Abstract

The role of antimicrobial immunity in diphtheria is poorly understood.

In clinical practice, there are cases of diphtheria in children with a negative Schick reaction, the carriage of diphtheria rods with pronounced antitoxic immunity, the absence of a therapeutic effect of antidiphtheria serum on bacterial carrying, the appearance of agglutinins in the blood, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):44-48
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SOME RESULTS OF COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS DURING THE RECOVERY PERIOD OF POLIOMYELITIS
Valneva E.S., Shiryak E.E.
Abstract

We observed 82 children in the recovery period of the spinal form of poliomyelitis. With a disease prescription up to a year, there were 15 people, up to 3 years - 29, over - 38. Under the age of 3, there were 24 and over - 58.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):48-49
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SAMPLE FOR C-REACTIVE PROTEIN IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE DYSENTERIA
Ivanov A.I., Pashinin I.M.
Abstract

In recent years, mainly mild forms of dysentery have been observed. Their diagnosis and differential diagnosis from other acute intestinal diseases are often very difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):49-50
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APPLICATION OF ANTICOAGULANTS IN ACUTE THROMBOEMBOLIA
Kravchenko P.V., Ageev A.F.
Abstract

Pulmonary embolism and the development of the associated thromboembolic syndrome belong to the category of the most formidable complications of many diseases, and often occur after various surgical interventions.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):51-52
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DISSERVATION OF THE AORTIC BIFURCATION EMBOL IN TREATMENT WITH ANTICOAGULANTS
Furman U.O.
Abstract

The first attempt to treat thromboembolism of the arteries by surgery belongs to I.F.Sabaneev (1895), who tried to remove the embolus from the femoral artery. His attempt was unsuccessful, but the surgical treatment - embolectomy - was recognized.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):52-53
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LIFE DIAGNOSIS OF THE PANCREAS ARTERY THROMBOSIS
Ishenko I.K.
Abstract

P., 63 years old, delivered on 12/1 1962 in a grave, unconscious state. Scanty anamnestic information was obtained from a flatmate.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):53
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SOME FEATURES OF PSYCHO- AND VEGETOPATOLOGY IN CRANIOPHARINGEOM
Spector I.M.
Abstract

EB Krasovsky defines craniopharyngeomas as tumors developing from the remnants of epithelial cells of the pituitary passage - Rathke's pocket, which is a fold of the pharyngeal ectoderm formed in the early period of intrauterine life.

 

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):54-55
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Foreign bodies of the gastrointestinal tract in children
Bass M.M., Gluzman D.F.
Abstract

The literature contains a significant number of works on the issue of foreign bodies of the gastrointestinal tract. However, reports of foreign bodies in children are few. Most authors cite only one - two observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):55-57
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PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH IN SECONDARY INFERTILITY AFTER CONICAL CERVICAL AMPUTATION ACCORDING TO STURMDORF
Zagaynova M.N.
Abstract

M., 27 years old, applied in September 1960 to the Neverkinskaya antenatal clinic for infertility.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):58
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EXPERIENCE OF APPLICATION ANTI-INFLUENZA MONOVACCIN TYPE A2 and B IN THE INTEREPIDEMIC PERIOD
Sapojnikov V.I.
Abstract

The peculiarities of the epidemiology of influenza make it necessary to look for measures to combat it by means of artificial immunization.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):58-59
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Rupture of the right ventricle of the heart
Pevzner I.Y.
Abstract

In clinical practice, ruptures of the right ventricle due to infarction are rarely observed. Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):60
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Combination of common carotid artery thrombosis with myocardial infarction
Troshin V.D.
Abstract

B., 58 years old, was admitted to the neurological department on 24 / 1-59 with acute cerebrovascular accident. For 15 years he has been suffering from hypertension. Since 1951, the patient periodically had attacks of headache and weakness in the right extremities, sometimes hemiparalysis

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):60-61
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A case of dissecting aortic aneurysm
Gelfond E.I.
Abstract

12/1-61, at 5 o'clock, patient S., 43 years old, was delivered from a village located 30 km from the hospital. The patient rushes about, does not find a place for herself, jumps up, groans from pain in the chest, back, upper abdomen. The pains began suddenly at 10 o'clock in the evening, and since then did not stop, a paramedic was called, who injected caffeine and sent the patient to the district hospital.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):61
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Successful closed reduction of chronic shoulder dislocation using muscle relaxants
Tahavieva D.G.
Abstract

Bloodless reduction of chronic shoulder dislocations, especially for periods exceeding 2 months, does not always achieve the goal and is a long, traumatic and very burdensome manipulation for the patient.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):61-62
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To the clinic and treatment of complicated hemorrhoids
Starcev I.V., Lebedev N.E.
Abstract

A significant number of works have been devoted to the study of hemorrhoidal disease, and yet many questions remain not fully clarified. So, for example, there is no generally accepted uniform classification and treatment of complicated hemorrhoids.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):61
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Petit mal seizures and pregnancy
Gysev V.A.
Abstract

We observed 8 patients with epilepsy, who had a significant increase in seizures of the petit mal type during pregnancy. These attacks appeared in 3 patients from childhood, in the rest - from 13 years of age and later. Seizures before pregnancy were rare, and in 4 patients they were completely absent. 

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):63
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Some auxiliary diagnostic symptoms in gynecology
Rabinovich E.Z.
Abstract

We have noticed some manifestations of the disease, which are more or less natural in nature, which, in our opinion, can be useful in building the correct diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):63
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Blood proteins for rickets
Uzeeva M.S.
Abstract

Observations were carried out in 38 patients with rickets I, II and III degree. The clinical diagnosis in all cases was confirmed by biochemical studies of blood calcium and phosphorus and radiography of the distal sections of the long bones of the forearms.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):63-64
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On modeling the state of motion sickness in a laboratory
Kopanev V.I.
Abstract

The problem of motion sickness is becoming increasingly important due to the rapid development of all types of transport. Hence, it becomes necessary to expand the methodological techniques for simulating the state of motion sickness in laboratory conditions and to offer such accessible and convenient methods that would allow a more complete study of this problem as a whole.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):64-65
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A rare case of Recklinghausen's disease
Shchegolikhina Z.U.
Abstract

Neurofibromatosis (Recklinghausen's disease) is a relatively rare eye disease. Along with multiple neurofibromas, cases with subtle symptoms may occur. Neurofibromatosis of the conjunctiva of the eyeball is especially rare. It is little known to oculists and presents difficulties in diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):65
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Removing a metal fragment from orbit with a magnet
Rybinchik L.Z.
Abstract

K., a locksmith, 19 years old, was admitted on 11 / ІІІ-60, in the eye department of the Republican Clinical Hospital for injury to his right eye. During the processing of part 8 / PІ-60, a metal fragment got into the right eye. There was pain in the eye, vision in the right eye disappeared. At the district hospital, the scleral wound was sutured and injected with 15,000-AE tetanus toxoid.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):65-66
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CORTICOSTEROID THERAPY FOR ACUTE ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY IN SURGICAL PRACTICE
Volkov V.E.
Abstract

Corticosteroid hormones, which are physiological regulators of a number of fundamental functions in the body and have a wide range of therapeutic effects in clinical use, are attracting more and more attention of experimenters and clinicians.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):66-68
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MENIER'S DISEASE
Arseniev E.G.
Abstract

Meniere's disease, despite the centuries-old history of its study, continues to attract the attention of both otorhinolaryngologists and neuropathologists and therapists due to the difficulties that arise when distinguishing this disease from vestibulopathies that develop both in ENT diseases and in various diseases of the internal organs and the nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):68-72
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FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF WORK OF THE RHEUMATOLOGY OFFICE of the polyclinic
Kogurova M.I., Vorob`eva E.S., Leontieva K.A.
Abstract

The value of anti-relapse prophylactic therapy for rheumatism is well known and beyond doubt. However, the methods of carrying out and the organization of work on its implementation still require much clarification.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):73-74
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INJURY AND ITS OUTCOMES IN THE YUTAZA DISTRICT OF THE TATAR ASSR
Zaripov Z.A.
Abstract

We have studied the case histories and outpatient records of patients with mechanical injuries who were treated in the Urusinskiy regional hospital of the Tatar ASSR from January 1956 to December 1961. We reviewed information from the VTEK and social security authorities about persons who received permanent disability after injury. The information was entered into a questionnaire card developed by us.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):74-77
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MODERN RESPONSE METHODS
Okylov A.M.
Abstract

VA Negovsky conditionally distinguishes three phases of the terminal state - pre-agonal, agony and clinical death. The best results of treatment of the terminal state are obtained in those patients in whom assistance is started in the pre-agonal state. Here it is necessary to save not minutes, but seconds, since within 5-6 minutes after the cessation of respiration and blood circulation, such changes in the cells of the central nervous system occur, in which the restoration of their functions, and consequently, life is impossible. Therefore, the main task in helping a person in a terminal state is to maintain respiration and blood circulation.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):77-80
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SIMPLE ADAPTATION TO OXYHEMOGRAPH 0-36 TO DETERMINE BLOOD FLOW RATE
Lechinskyi L.A., Trusov V.V.
Abstract

In recent years, the well-known interest of clinicians due to its simplicity and objectivity has been attracted by the bloodless method for determining the blood flow velocity, based on capturing the altered blood spectrum with an oxyhemograph (A.G. Dembo et al., 1958, 1959, 1961; L.A. Leshchinsky, V.V. Trusov, 1960, 1962; and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):80-82
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Cardiac asthma
Gyrevich T.Z., Karmazin I.Y., Ravinskyi V.I.
Abstract

A small monograph by prof. M. Ya. Arieva "Cardiac asthma" is devoted to an extremely important issue. The author examines the pathogenesis of an attack of cardiac asthma from the standpoint of the reflex nature of the attack. Based on his own observations and literary data, he considers the current view of an attack of cardiac asthma as a condition caused by acute left ventricular failure to be incorrect.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):82-83
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Clinical Lectures on Internal Medicine Part II
Gybergric A.Y.
Abstract

Following the first part of the clinical lectures on internal medicine by A.I. Gefter, with a review of which the reader of the Kazan Medical Journal could get acquainted in No. 5 for 1958, the Gorky Book Publishing House at the end of 1962 published the second, final, part of an interesting lecture series.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):83-84
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Негонококковые венерические уретриты у мужчин
Sidorov N.E., Korchemkin A.M.
Abstract

The monograph under review is undoubtedly a valuable and necessary manual for doctors - venereologists and urologists, especially since since 1947 such books have not been published at all. The book examines in the light of modern knowledge, inflammatory diseases of the urethra of various etiologies, including those caused by bacteria, fungi, spirochetes, Trichomonas and amoeba.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):85-86
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Organization of work of medical personnel
Volova N.N.
Abstract

Much has been done in recent years to improve the organization of doctors' work. However, the experience of practical and experimental work in this area has not been generalized anywhere. The book by BM Matsko partially fills the gap.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):86-87
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ALL-UNION CONFERENCE OF NEUROSURGERY
Faizyllin M.H., Knirik G.S., Galimov I.H.
Abstract

More than 400 people took part in the conference. There were guests from Bulgaria, Poland, Czechoslovakia.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):88-89
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SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON THE PROBLEM "CATECHOLAMINES AND THEIR ROLE IN REGULATION OF THE FUNCTIONS OF THE ORGANISM"
Volkova I.N., Sherbatenko S.I.
Abstract

Physiologists, biochemists and clinicians took part in the conference. A total of 47 reports were heard.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):89-91
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CONFERENCE OF THE ALL-UNION SOCIETY OF HELMINTOLOGISTS
Careva V.Y., Matt C.D.
Abstract

The conference was attended by about 700 people, including delegates from 6 countries of people's democracy.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):92-93
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P.V. Manenkov on the topic of artificial vaginas
Manenkov P.V.
Abstract

In No. 4 (1962) of the journal "Obstetrics and Gynecology", an article by B. K-Kvashenko was published, in which it is recommended to form artificial vaginas from the sigmoid colon

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):93-94
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ABOUT THE CLASSIFICATION (Nomenclature) OF THE REMOVAL TIME OF NEMWATER WATER
Sidorov N.E.
Abstract

The time of discharge of amniotic fluid largely determines the normal course of the labor act. Untimely outpouring of water disrupts the opening of the cervical canal, delays childbirth, contributes to the emergence of an ascending infection, fetal asphyxia, that is, creates the preconditions for the pathology of childbirth.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):94
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Society of therapists
Romanov U.D.
Abstract

After the completion of the organization of branches in the cities of TASSR, the Society in the past year finally took shape as a republican one. The regional branches of the Society (Zelenodolsk, Chistopol, Bugulma, Leninogorsk, Almetyevsk) have 160 members.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):94-95
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SOCIETY OF RADIOLOGISTS AND RADIOLOGISTS OF TASSR
Zyabarov A.A.
Abstract

There were 11 meetings of the Society. Joint meetings were held with the Society of Orthopedic Traumatologists and the Society of Phthisiologists. 15 reports, 2 information messages, 4 fixed demonstrations and the report of the Chairman of the Society were heard.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):95-96
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SOCIETY OF NEUROPATHOLOGISTS AND PSYCHIATORS
Ryseckyi I.I., Andreev V.P.
Abstract

As of 1/1 1962, the Society had 114 members. During the year, 20 people were admitted, 7 departed. On 1/1 1963, there are 127 members (neuropathologists - 53, psychiatrists - 70, neurosurgeons - 4). In 1962, 8 meetings were held, one of which was combined with other scientific and medical societies, dedicated to the 8th International Anti-Cancer Congress, and the other - to the problem of prevention and treatment of alcoholism.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):96-97
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ON THE PAGES OF THE KAZAN MEDICAL JOURNAL
Shamarin P.I.
Abstract

Kazan Medical Journal ”has been published intermittently since 1901. Historically, it was the only medical journal in the Volga region for a long time. The medical faculty of Saratov University has existed since 1909, other medical universities in the Volga region were organized much later. And although in the twenties and thirties other medical journals and works were published, "Kazan Medical Journal" was traditionally considered the leading one in the Volga region. It is therefore natural that when Kazan scientists took the initiative to resume the publication of the journal after a break associated with the Great Patriotic War, they turned for support to scientific societies and teams of medical universities and research institutes in the Volga region. Support has been received.

Kazan medical journal. 1963;44(4):97-98
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