Vol 36, No 2 (1940)

The use of local anesthesia according to Vishnevsky in emergency surgery and traumatology

Novikov G.M.


Clinical observations, rich practical experience of surgeons from all countries and a number of experimental works have proved with certainty that both chloroform and ether, with any combination of them and with any method of administration into the body, are dangerous and often lead to death, if not on the operating table, then at a later date.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):7-13
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Choice of surgery method for appendicitis

Sokolov N.V.


The first question that the surgeon faces with an appendectomy is the choice of an incision to access the appendix.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):13-22
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Immediate and long-term results of treatment of perforated gastric and duodenal ulcers

Mannheim A.E., Bernshtein V.S.


Surgeons are not unanimous in the treatment of perforated ulcers, as well as in the treatment of chronic gastro-duodenal ulcers.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):22-27
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Perforated stomach and duodenal ulcers

Segal G.I., Rusanov G.A.


Peptic ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer is a severe suffering, sometimes depriving the patient of working capacity for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):27-32
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Cardiospasm in diseases of the abdominal organs

Chebotarev D.F.


Some authors have observed secondary cardiospasm in cholelithiasis

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):32-35
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To the symptomatology of non-tropical liver abscesses

Chireikin I.X.


As you know, the diagnosis of non-tropical liver abscesses is very difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):36-40
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Experience of treating liver patients at the Varzi-Yatchi resort

Glukhenkiy T.T., Khlyupin V.A.


The Varzi-Yatchi resort is located in the Alnash District of the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic on the left slope of the hill, washed by the Bolshoi Varzi River, which flows into the Izh River on the right, a tributary of the Kama, at the very border with the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):40-42
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To the clinic of late chlorosis

Ermolaeva L.E.


In recent years, a description of a peculiar form of hypochromic anemia, combined with gastric achilia, has often been encountered.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):42-47
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Treatment of acute rheumatism with salicylic sodium-stabilized blood transfusions

Shemyakina A.A., Dryagin K.A.
Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):47-52
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Henri's melanofloculation reaction and its clinical significance in malaria

Erusalimsky B.M.


Anri's melanofloculation reaction has been proposed as a serological diagnostic test for malaria.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):52-56
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On the issue of manual separation of the placenta and examination of the uterus in the postpartum period

Gorshkov N.M.


Manual separation of the placenta and examination of the uterine cavity in the postpartum period is extremely risky for the postpartum woman, since it leads to a significant percentage of morbidity and mortality.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):57-60
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Complications and interventions in the subsequent period in case of premature pregnancy

Rapoport M.S.


The course of the subsequent period in preterm labor has its own characteristics, the percentage of complications with it is much higher than with term delivery.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):60-64
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Fight against posthemorrhagic conditions in obstetrics by rectal administration of waste blood

Polonsky Y.N.


In obstetrics, with acute blood loss, a situation can be created that threatens the patient's life. In these cases, blood transfusion is indicated in the first place to combat acute post-hemorrhagic anemia or shock.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):65-68
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On the role of brucellosis infection in the etiology of spontaneous miscarriages

Smalin N.I., Ignatova V.V., Vygovsky A.P.


Currently, there is a significant number of works devoted to various clinical forms of brucellosis (typhoid, rheumatoid, neurobrucellosis, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):69-71
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A case of myxedema treated with thyroid transplant

Machan V.Y.


B-naya D. E „24 years old, brand-maker of the balloon shop of the plant named after Lenin, entered the II faculty therapeutic clinic

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):72-74
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On the question of appendicitis on the left with situs viscerum inversus

Dunier M.V.


To left-sided appendicitis can be attributed only to those cases when the cecum together with the appendix or the appendix itself, due to its excessive length, is located in the abdomen on the left.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):74-76
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A case of amenorrhea due to pluriglyndular insufficiency

Gutman G.A.


In the therapeutic department of the Cheboksary hospital was admitted for treatment 14 / V11 38 g. F. (historical bol. No. 837), 24 years old, Chuvashka by nationality, collective farmer.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):76-77
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What to do with persistent non-specific positive Wasserman blood test

Jordan A.P.


It is unlikely that anyone, at present, with a persistent positive Wasserman reaction and in the presence of a positive sedimentary reaction, in the absence of any clinical data, will doubt the diagnosis — all these cases are now considered latent syphilis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):77-78
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Method for auscultatory determination of vascular wall tone

Schwartzman L.


No matter how often and systematically blood pressure measurements are made in a patient, the tensiometric figures obtained do not give the researcher the opportunity to get an idea of the state of the vascular wall itself.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):78-80
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To the method of introducing oxygen under the skin

Yankin V.G.


In case of hemoptysis and pulmonary hemorrhage, oxygen is successfully administered under the patient's skin in many medical institutions. However, the method for introducing oxygen has not yet been sufficiently developed.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):80-81
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On the question of phlegmon of the stomach and intestines

Segal G.I., Rusanov G.A.


From the surgical department of the 1st Borisov (BSSR) Sov. hospitals (head of the department Assoc.Prof. G. I. Segal) and Borisov military hospital (head of the hospital, 2nd rank military doctor I. S. Moiseev)

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):81-83
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The current state of the issue of the etiology of influenza

Pechnikova V.N.


Influenza, or epidemic flu, usually occurs in the form of rapidly spreading epidemics, which speaks for the infectious nature of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):84-88
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Malignant tumors of the female genital organs

Serdyukov M.G.


Public health education plays an important role in the prevention and treatment of various diseases, especially such socially dangerous diseases as malignant tumors and tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):89-89
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Treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis with sulfpyridine

Dembskaya V.


Feldman and Hinshav published their observations on the action of sulfpyridine in experimental tuberculosis in guinea pigs.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):89-90
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Sulfpyridine treatment for pneumococcal meningitis

Dembskaya V.


The authors treated 17 patients with pneumococcal meningitis with sulfpirndine. 8 of them (47%) recovered. Of the 9 survivors, 4 died on the first day before being admitted to the hospital.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):90-90
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Sulfpyridine in saliva

Dembskaya V.


The authors found sulfpyridine in the saliva of patients who took it by mouth and also after its parenteral administration.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):90-90
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Streptocide for corneal ulcers

Dembskaya V.


For 6 months, the author treated all patients with corneal ulcers with streptocide by giving it by mouth or by injecting iodine into the conjunctiva.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):90-90
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Treatment of trachoma with sulfpyridine

Dembskaya V.


The authors report the medical history of two patients with chronic trachoma who received significant improvement from sulfpyridine.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):90-90
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Muscular rheumatism and spina bifida occulta

Dittrich R.


The author observed 10 patients aged 10 to 20 years with complaints of muscle pain under pressure and tension.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):91-91
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Extremity Infection and Gangrene in Diabetes

Grodinsky М.


Surgical limb diseases in diabetes can be of two types — primary circulatory disorder and primary infection.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):91-91
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Gas gangrene

Collander C., Haim A., Maximov A.


A number of authors, starting with Koch'a (1881), found anaerobes in gas gangrene and described them under various names.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):92-92
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Coccyx injury and coccygodynia

Edwards М.


Coccygodynia — persistent pain in the coccyx (Simpson). The role of trauma in the origin of this disease and the methods of its treatment are still unclear.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):92-92
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Gap m. supraspinatus

Codman E.


Until now, traumatic injuries of the shoulder joint still often pass under such diagnoses as arthritis, bursitis, neuritis, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):93-93
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Examination of back injuries

Ellis J.


When examining a patient with a back injury, it is recommended to pay attention to his behavior when undressing and dressing.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):93-93
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Team E.


According to the order of the People's Commissariat of Health of the USSR, the deadline for submitting original and monographic works on influenza to the All-Union competition was set on September 1, 1940.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(2):94-94
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