Vol 45, No 5 (1964)

Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on awarding the Kazan Medical Institute with the Order of the Red Banner of Labor

Brezhnev L., Georgadze M.

Abstract

By the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR in connection with the 150th anniversary of the Kazan Medical Institute for many years of fruitful scientific, pedagogical and medical activity, they were awarded the Certificate of Honor of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR: Associate Professor Vyaselev Rustem Allamovich, Head of the Department of Hospital Surgery No. 1; prof. Zabusov Georgy Ippolitovich, Head of the Department of Histology; prof. Shubin Vladimir Nikolaevich, Head of the Department of General Surgery; Associate Professor Zhdanov Shagimardan Khasanovich, Head of the Department of Hygiene; Associate Professor Faizullin Salikh Girfanovich, Department of Biology.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):3-4
3-4

For the further improvement of medical services for the population

Mukhutdinov I.Z.

Abstract

The medical workers, like the entire Soviet people, meet the forty-seventh anniversary of the Great October Revolution with great production successes and sum up the results of the path traveled.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):5-8
5-8

On some topical issues of corticosteroid therapy in the internal medicine clinic

Malkin Z.I.

Abstract

The most striking achievements of modern therapy are associated with the use of antibiotics and hormones - ACTH and glucocorticoids (cortisone, hydrocortisone, prednisone, triamsinolone, dexamethasone).

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):20-25
20-25

Clinical features of myocardial infarction at a young age

Paramonova E.G.

Abstract

Recently, in the medical literature, more and more works appear in which an increase in heart attacks in young people is noted.
Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):25-28
25-28

150 years of higher medical education in Kazan

Khamitov H.S.

Abstract

We live and work in historical times, illuminated by the light of the ideas of the 22nd Congress of the CPSU, the majestic Program of building communism in the USSR.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):9-19
9-19

Clinical features of repeated myocardial infarction in aneurysm and cicatricial changes in the left ventricle

Tokareva A.M.

Abstract

Repeated myocardial infarctions in patients with cardiac aneurysms often occur with atypical clinical symptoms and various ECG changes. These circumstances often complicate the diagnosis of fresh necrosis. Clinical observations show that repeated heart attacks are one of the common causes of death in patients with cardiac aneurysms.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):28-30
28-30

The course of myocardial infarction in old and senile age

Gurevich T.Z., Karmazin I.Y., Rovinsky V.I.

Abstract

The course of myocardial infarction in elderly people is insufficiently covered in the literature, and the available reports are contradictory. KF Vlasov and VA Zateishchikov, Kiss and Slapak point to the peculiarities of the course of myocardial infarction at this age, R. O. Kushkiy and N.I. Markova do not note any special differences. The disagreement in the views of the authors can be explained by a different contingent of patients (for example, the work of R.O. Kushkiy and N.I. Markova comes from the Institute of Emergency Medicine, where the most severe and acute cases are delivered).

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):30-32
30-32

Common post-angina and alterogenic pericarditis

Volynsky Z.M., Gogin E.E.

Abstract

Pericarditis resulting from the development of a necrotic focus in the heart muscle in patients with coronary thrombosis was first reported in 1882 by VM Kernig, a doctor at the Obukhov hospital in St. Petersburg. For a long time it was believed that in this case the cardiac shirt is involved in the aseptic inflammatory process only within the zone of distribution of transmural myocardial infarction. The name of the form of limited pericarditis described by Kernig - "episthenocarditis pericarditis", corresponded to this view.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):32-36
32-36

The effect of vitamin B15 (pangamic acid) on clinical symptoms and humoral disorders in coronary atherosclerosis

Anisimov V.E., Salikhov I.G., Anisimova I.A.

Abstract

Vitamin B15 (pangamic acid) by chemical structure is an ester compound of gluconic acid with methylated glucin - dimethylglucin. Pangamic acid contains several methyl groups that are labile. According to Tsamp (1958), it is mainly methyl groups that determine the biological activity of vitamin Bis. He believes that the more methyl groups it contains, the higher the activity of the drug. Pangamic acid, due to the lability of its methyl groups, is a good donor of these groups (Beard and Wofford, 1956, Maniantini, 1959) Labile methyl groups are easily precipitated, and remethylation serves to activate oxidative processes and cellular respiration.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):36-40
36-40

Neurohumoral mediators for rheumatic and septic heart diseases

Shcherbatenko S.I.

Abstract

Neurohumoral mediators for rheumatic and septic heart diseases

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):41-45
41-45

Hemodynamics in patients with cardiac asthma

Stupnitsky A.A.

Abstract

According to the most common opinion, the cause of the development of cardiac asthma is acute weakness of the left ventricle. ND Strazhesko (1925) wrote that in cardiac asthma, congestion in the lungs occurs due to the refusal of the left ventricle to respond by increasing the volume of its contractions against the background of the continuing satisfactory function of the right ventricle. However, this position is contradicted by some, including clinical, data. So, for example, the question arises: why do patients with cardiac asthma develop attacks not during physical activity, when the left ventricle performs increased work, but more often at rest? During asthma attacks against the background of increased heart rate in most patients, blood pressure does not fall, but increases, which indicates the ability of the left ventricle to eject blood in conditions of increased resistance, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):45-46
45-46

On the contractile function of the myocardium in patients with diabetes mellitus under the age of 40

Singer L.I.

Abstract

Violations of the contractile ability of the heart and hemodynamic disorders may depend on changes in the biochemistry of the heart muscle. The modern stage in the development of cardiology is characterized by morphological concepts and the study of metabolic processes in the heart muscle, which determine its functional properties.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):46-49
46-49

The value of potassium load in the differential diagnosis of organic and functional disorders of cardiac activity

Vinnikov M.E., Filina S.M.

Abstract

It is known that the nature of the ECG T wave is one of the most important indicators of the functional state of the myocardium. The majority of domestic authors (M. Ya. Ariev - 1938, L.M. Rakhlin - 1947, T.B. Kiseleva - 1947, M.G. Udelnov and A.P. Popova - 1953, E.A. Kyandzhuntseva and M. G. Udelnov - 1955) adhere to the view of A.F. Samoilov, who was the first to point out that the T wave reflects mainly the state of metabolic processes in the heart muscle.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):49-51
49-51

Surgical treatment of angina pectoris

Shestakov S.V., Ivanova V.D.

Abstract

Often, therapeutic treatment of angina pectoris turns out to be ineffective or even untenable.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):52-54
52-54

The functional state of the adrenal cortex during heart surgery

Vasiliev J.X., Volkov V.E.

Abstract

During surgical intervention on the heart, a number of pathophysiological changes occur in the patient's body, which are the result of open pneumothorax, manipulations on the heart, surgical trauma and the effects of anesthetics. These pathophysiological changes have a very significant effect on the course of the operation and are often the cause of the development of severe complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):54-56
54-56

The value of determining glycogen in the tissues of the auricle of the heart during mitral commissurotomy

Medvedev N.P., Evranova G.B.

Abstract

The present communication is based on the study of carbohydrate metabolism in mitral stenosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):57-59
57-59

The functional state of the hypothalamic region in patients with atherosclerosis

Kogurova M.I., Vorobyova E.S.

Abstract

"Internal factors" in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis are attracting more and more attention at the present time. Extensive epidemiological studies that have revealed a variety of causes and conditions that contribute to the development of atherosclerosis, however, have shown that the nature of this suffering cannot be reduced only to the nature of nutrition. Experiments with the creation of a model of atherosclerosis in animals and the study of atherosclerosis in humans have cast doubts on the classical theory of the pathogenesis of this disease and required its correction and reevaluation. It turned out that in order to obtain atherosclerosis in a number of laboratory animals, in addition to oral administration of cholesterol, a number of additional conditions are required. In dogs, suppression of thyroid function is necessary (Sfeiner - 1949). In rats, atherosclerosis can be obtained if a decrease in thyroid function is combined with alimentary cholesterolemia and vitamin deficiency (Wilgrow - 1955). Thus, to obtain atherosclerosis in the experiment, it is not enough just an excess of cholesterol. We do not touch here on the question of under what conditions it is possible to compare experimental atherosclerosis and atherosclerosis in humans, we consider it necessary only to emphasize that in the development of atherosclerosis in humans, in addition to external "epidemiological" causes, "internal" characteristics of the organism play a large role (H. N. Anichkov, A. L. Myasnikov and others). LM Rakhlin also believes that "in the broad sense of this word, internal factors can be taken as the level of homeostatic function, the ability to maintain the constancy of the organism's environment in the conditions of its existence." From these positions in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, much attention is paid to the role of the nervous and endocrine systems. BS Maksudov, repeating classical experiments with "cholesterol" atherosclerosis in a rabbit, discovered a gradual increase in the thyroid stimulating hormone of the pituitary gland in the blood. LA Lushnikova, examining thyrotropin in the blood of patients with coronary atherosclerosis, noted its increase in a number of patients. Interestingly, this increase in thyrotropin secretion by the anterior pituitary gland cannot be associated with a change in thyroid function. This peculiar reaction of the adenohypophysis is regarded (LM Rakhlin and others) as regulatory, indicating the participation of the hypothalamic-pituitary system. This system, as a specific cerebral link, is a stage in the unification of neuro-humoral regulation. Therefore, the neuro-humoral changes discovered in the clinic, as well as in animals with experimental atherosclerosis, were, as it were, an illustration of the importance of disorders in the hypothalamic region in a complex chain of pathogenetic factors in this pathology. However, we did not find in the literature attempts to study the functional state of the hypothalamic region and the overall characteristics of this important part of the brain in atherosclerosis. It is quite natural that with the help of those research methods that are proposed for the functional characteristics of the hypothalamic region, with atherosclerosis, one does not have to wait for deviations similar to those described in the clinic of diencephalitis and diencephaloses. We believe, however, that even small deviations, the so-called "normal limits", can be very indicative of those changes in the function of the interstitial pituitary system, which occur in atherosclerosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):59-61
59-61

Significance of pulse arterial curves in clinical practice

Maslennikov O.V., Sidorov V.N.

Abstract

The study of arterial pulse has now found wide application in the clinic for functional studies of the cardiovascular system. With the help of pulse curves, not only the state and tone of blood vessels are studied (M.N. Abrikosova and V.L. Karpman, N.P. Nikitin, Yu.T. Pushkar, H.N. Savitsky, Wiggers, etc.), but the last time and the structure of cardiac contraction (VL Karpman, S.B. Feldman, Blumherger, Holldack, etc.).
Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):61-64
61-64

The value of arteriography in obliterating vascular diseases of the extremities

Mavzyutov L.X.

Abstract

Treatment of obliterating vascular diseases of the extremities refers to the complex and not yet fully resolved problems of surgery. This is evidenced by the many methods of conservative and surgical treatment and, in some cases, their failure. N.E. Lebedev (1960) had to resort to limb amputations in 21.7% of cases, A.A. Begelman (1960) in 7%, and the latter explains the low percentage of amputations by the medical examination of patients carried out by him. The need to create dispensary points for patients with obliterating endarteritis was pointed out by AT Lidskiy in 1951; the importance of organizing prevention and dispensary treatment was emphasized in 1953 by V. N. Shubin; the effectiveness of clinical examination in the treatment of early forms of obliterating endarteritis was proved in 1958 by VA Saburova; MV Prokopishin in 1962 reported on the work of a specialized dispensary point.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):64-66
64-66

On the classification of chronic pneumonia, adopted by the All-Union Symposium of Physicians on May 12 in Minsk

Nikulin K.G.

Abstract

Despite the more than 150-year history of the study of chronic nonspecific pneumonia, until recently there was no consensus regarding the pathogenesis, clinical forms and the very nomenclature of pneumonia. EA Dombrovskaya lists over 41 names of chronic pneumonia. Numerous classifications proposed by various authors (A.T. Khazanov, A. Ya. Tsigelnik, I. K. Esipova, N. N. Vysotsky, K. G. Nikulin, G. A. Zedgenidze and L. D Lindenbraten, etc.) , facilitated mutual understanding, but did not eliminate differences in views on the pathogenesis and clinical forms of chronic pneumonia. There was also a terminological inconsistency.
Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):66-68
66-68

Origins, current state and prospects for the development of local anesthesia

Kharitonov I.F.

Abstract

For a long time already, the idea of ​​creating anesthesia only at the site of surgery ruled the minds of surgeons. In the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, for this purpose, a tourniquet was applied to the limb and the application of cold by covering the place of operation with ice or snow. In the 70s of the last century, instead of ice, to lower the temperature of limited areas of the body, spraying of ether, bromoethyl and chloroethyl began to be used. In 1896, I. Efremovsky defended his doctoral dissertation on this topic. Based on the analysis of 1000 cases of cold anesthesia, the author comes to the conclusion that this anesthesia may be sufficient only for operations on the skin and mucous membranes.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):68-71
68-71

On the prevention and treatment of acute purulent peritonitis

Vyaselev R.A.

Abstract

Despite more than half a century of studying the problem of acute purulent peritonitis, it still attracts the attention of researchers.
Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):71-73
71-73

Surgical significance of bile duct topography

Miftakhov N.A.

Abstract

We have investigated the distribution of intrahepatic bile ducts on 200 corrosive liver preparations.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):73-75
73-75

Analgesic anesthesia in traumatology and orthopedics

Kazantsev F.N., Kutsebina A.N., Podolsky A.N.

Abstract

Modern anesthesiology for the purposes of anesthesia of various surgical interventions is increasingly beginning to use more superficial anesthesia, which makes it possible to avoid the toxic effect of drugs on the body, preserve its compensatory mechanisms and control complex functions of the patient during the operation.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):76-79
76-79

Surgical treatment of the knee joint for meniscus injuries

Ananiev I.A.

Abstract

Intra-articular injuries of the knee joint are quite common. The relevance of the study of such injuries is associated primarily with the following three points: 1) a wide range of doctors, including surgeons, are still little familiar with the diagnosis and principles of treatment; 2) it is often very difficult to differentiate certain types of injuries, primarily a rupture of the internal meniscus, from Hoff's disease; 3) there is no unified view in the choice of the method of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):79-81
79-81

Staphylococcal antitoxin in odontogenic osteomyelitis of the jaws

Medvedeva A.F.

Abstract

Staphylococcal infection causes the formation of antibodies directed against staphylococci and their toxins.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):82-84
82-84

The advantages of filling teeth with self-hardening plastic ast-2

Patukina R.F.

Abstract

A number of clinical studies are devoted to the use of self-hardening plastics based on acrylates (AST-2, AST-2a, AKR-7, etc.) for filling teeth (I.A.Begelman - 1959, N.F.Danilevsky, N.A. Kodola , A. I. Marchenko - 1956, V. I. Mitin - 1959, Langeland and Norway - 1959, K. Kerestesi - 1959, etc.). These works are devoted to the laboratory study of the physical and chemical properties of various brands of plastics and their clinical testing.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):84-86
84-86

On some preventive and therapeutic measures for bleeding in the second half of pregnancy, in childbirth and early puerperia

Foy A.M., Anisimova M.I., Onoprienko N.V.

Abstract

The practitioner is especially interested in the two most dangerous forms that cause the most severe blood loss during pregnancy and childbirth: blood loss in the presentation of the child's place and in the pathological course of the subsequent period and early puerperia. There are reasons to assert that relatively simple organizational and therapeutic and prophylactic measures, with the necessary vigilance at the doctor, can lead us to further success in the fight against them.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):86-88
86-88

On manual separation of the placenta and manual examinations of the uterine cavity during labor

Davydov V.V.

Abstract

The third stage of labor is always accompanied by blood loss to one degree or another. This blood loss in some cases can be physiological (up to 300 ml), in others - pathological (401 and higher), or on the border of normal and pathology (301-400 ml). Pathological blood loss can lead not only to a deterioration in the course of the postpartum period, but also to a significant deterioration in the health of the postpartum woman and even to her death. So, for example, according to prof. AA Terekhova, among women who died of blood loss during childbirth, 20% had blood loss in the range from 500 to 1000 ml and in 80% - from 1100 to 2000 ml and more.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):88-89
88-89

Clinical variants of dermatitis herpetiformis and pemphigus and their significance for diagnosis and therapy

Kondratiev G.G.

Abstract

In recent years, patients with chronic vesiculobullous skin diseases have become more frequent, the predominant part of whom are patients with dermatitis herpetiformis and pemphigus. Each of these skin diseases has a fairly typical symptom complex, which is the basis for diagnosis. However, there are often patients who, at certain periods of the development of the process, have a picture similar to other skin diseases. This creates significant difficulties in recognizing them. Further, in patients with herpetiform dermatitis, a pemphigoid variety is sometimes observed, which is diagnosed as a true pemphigus, and in patients with pemphigus, a herpetiform type, which is mistaken for Dühring's herpetiformis dermatitis. Patients with herpetiform variant of pemphigus later develop a typical picture of true pemphigus. In this regard, some authors began to believe that dermatitis herpetiformis turns into pemphigus vulgaris.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):89-94
89-94

Clinical and morphological studies in some forms of male infertility

Nasuri I.I.

Abstract

This article concerns only those painful forms in which the loss of a man's ability to fertilize a woman occurs as a result of oligozoospermia, as well as when it is combined with astheno- and teratospermia.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):94-96
94-96

Treatment of cardiogenic collapse in acute myocardial infarction

Budyachevsky A.T., Vekslerchik R.A., Moreva A.G., Navrotsky D.S., Novinskaya I.N.

Abstract

Early diagnosis of myocardial infarction is the most important condition for rational and timely therapy, especially when myocardial infarction is complicated by shock and collapse. In this regard, as indicated by A.A.Kedrov and S.G. Moiseev, the organization of specialized teams for the provision of urgent care to patients with thromboembolic diseases and their hospitalization played a very large positive role. Before the organization of specialized teams at the ambulance station (April 1962) in Kuibyshev, patients with myocardial infarction, complicated by shock and collapse, as a rule, were left at home, were considered non-transportable, and the mortality rate reached 80%.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):96-98
96-98

Prolonged asymptomatic stay of metal bodies in the heart muscle

Mustafin F.I.

Abstract

The question of indications for surgical intervention in the presence of metal bodies in the heart muscle is not well covered in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):98-99
98-99

Gangleron treatment of patients with angina pectoris

Markov K.V.

Abstract

In recent years, a number of works have appeared on the effect of the domestic ganglion-blocking agent, gangleron, on coronary circulation. The literature data are contradictory. On the one hand, the great effectiveness of the gangleron in coronary insufficiency is reported, on the other hand, isolated cases of the occurrence of chest pain after the introduction of the gangleron are described.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):99-100
99-100

The use of new sulfonamide diuretics of the chlorothiazide group for edema of various etiologies

Danilin V.A., Vien K.

Abstract

Patients with edema of various etiologies are common, and not all of them manage to eliminate them with well-known diuretics. Therefore, the search for more advanced drugs that would give a good therapeutic effect without exerting a harmful effect on the patient's body does not stop.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):100-103
100-103

Erythroderma as a complication in the treatment of trichomonas colpitis with osarsol

Bizyaev A.I.

Abstract

Currently, osarsol is widely used for the treatment of Trichomonas colpitis, and often without taking into account contraindications, which leads to undesirable consequences. So, we observed a patient who, during the treatment of Trichomonas colpitis with osarsol, developed erythroderma.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):103-104
103-104

Treatment of inflammatory gynecological diseases with apizartron

Lyashenko M.S.

Abstract

From the literature, it is known the use of bee venom in folk medicine for the treatment of various diseases since ancient times.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):104-105
104-105

Experience in the use of ultrasound in gynecology

Klemenkova I.G.

Abstract

Currently, there is almost no field of medicine where research on the therapeutic and diagnostic use of ultrasound has not been carried out.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):106-107
106-107

About artificial induction of labor by the methods of M. Sharafutdinov and M. E. Barats

Sadykov B.G., Voronin K.V.

Abstract

The methods of artificial induction of labor known so far are either ineffective or unsafe, and the need for artificial childbirth often arises, therefore the relevance of searching and testing new methods is obvious.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):107-109
107-109

Military Medical Academy named after Lenin S. M. Kirov

Ariev T.Y.

Abstract

In the history of surgery, it happened more than once that one or another of its sections began to develop at an especially rapid pace. So, for example, quite recently lung surgery, surgical cardiology, and vascular surgery began to develop surprisingly quickly. In the last 20-25 years, the comprehensive development of burn surgery has also begun. And always the reason for this development was the appearance of conditions under which fundamentally new technical possibilities for treatment were created. In thoracic surgery and vascular surgery, these new conditions were created by the advent of modern anesthesiology, in burn surgery - by new surgical instruments - dermatomes. Dermatomes made it possible to carry out surgical treatment of deep burn wounds on a really large scale. All over the world, burn centers began to arise, where large contingents of those who were burned were subjected to comprehensive study. And an extensive new literature appeared, reflecting major changes in our understanding of the nature and treatment of burn wounds and burn disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):109-113
109-113

On the experience of the communist labor collective

Savkina V.S.

Abstract

In a short time, the movement for communist labor has become a great economic and moral force, it has become a powerful means of forming a new person.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):113-114
113-114

On the role of some environmental factors in the incidence of lung cancer

Sorokin H.M.

Abstract

Recently, the attention of all scientists dealing with the problems of oncology has been attracted by the incidence and mortality rates from lung cancer, because they give a noticeable and significant increase in comparison with similar indicators for other localizations of cancer. Referring to Pasqua's data, AI Savitsky writes: “In England and Wales, lung cancer died in 1949 è 25 times more than in 1900. In London, the mortality rate of men from lung cancer is 60% higher than in the whole the country as a whole and 2-2.5 times higher than in rural areas. " Graham reports that lung cancer deaths increased 10-fold in the United States from 1930 to 1950; according to the WHO, the incidence of lung cancer in the United States from 1935 to 1955 increased by 500%.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):114-117
114-117

Experience of fluorographic examination of the population of the Bugulma region

Margolin S.E.

Abstract

As you know, the most effective way of early diagnosis of tuberculosis is mass fluorography.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):117-118
117-118

Some indicators of physical development of preschool children in Kazan

Tukhvatullina-Khamidullina R.V.

Abstract

At present, in many cities of the USSR, standards for the physical development of children have been developed (Moscow, Leningrad, Alma-Ata, Tashkent, Kharkov, Kuibyshev, etc.) and dynamic observations of their physical development are being conducted (M.I.Korsunskaya, A.A. , A.G. Zeitlin, and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):118-120
118-120

On the history of Soviet health care in Tatarstan (1917-1920)

Chuchelin G.A.

Abstract

After the victory of the Great October Socialist Revolution in 1917, the working class and the Communist Party, which came to power, were faced with the task of organizing Soviet health authorities, among many tasks to create a new social system and government. The solution of this problem was complicated in b. Kazan province, such moments as the multinational composition of the population and related everyday features, the low cultural level of the vast majority of the population, dilapidated sanitary and medical institutions, the spread of infectious diseases - smallpox, cholera, parasitic typhus, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):120-124
120-124

On the history of preventive traditions of scientific and practical medicine in Kazan

Epstein T.D.

Abstract

A fundamentally new, truly revolutionary feature of Soviet medicine, which fundamentally distinguishes it from the medicine of pre-revolutionary Russia and modern capitalist countries, undoubtedly, is prevention as the main direction of theoretical scientific thought and practical activity in the field of public health protection.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):124-130
124-130

On the role of Kazan psychiatrists in the development of Russian psychiatry

Andreev V.P.

Abstract

May 1964 marked the 150th anniversary of the Faculty of Medicine of Kazan University, but psychiatry as an independent discipline began to be taught much later. Recently (1962) the 70th anniversary of the Kazan Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists, organized by V.M.Bekhterev, was celebrated. Soon one hundred years of existence of the Department of Psychiatry and 50 years since the founding of the psychiatric hospital, built on the initiative of Academician V.M.Bekhterev, the hospital that now bears his name, will be celebrated.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):130-132
130-132

On the history of the development of pediatrics in Kazan

Abramova T.E.

Abstract

From 1814 to 1874, students received information about childhood diseases in the lectures of professors of obstetricians and gynecologists A.E. Lentovsky and A.I. Kozlov.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):133-136
133-136

N. A. Grigoryan "Alexander Filippovich Samoilov". Publishing house of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, 1963, 201 pages.

Validov I.G.

Abstract

Professor of Kazan University A.F. Samoilov is one of the outstanding students of I.M.Sechenov and I.P. Pavlova, who devoted his life to the experimental development and further development of the main ideas of his teachers. AF Samoilov's deep scientific research was also closely related to the theoretical problems put forward and developed by H. Ye. Vvedensky. He invariably pursued and developed in his scientific work the advanced materialistic traditions of Russian science.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):136-137
136-137

M.G. Kolomiytseva and I. I. Neimark “goiter and its prevention”. Medgiz, 1963

Nikolaev G.M.

Abstract

The monograph under review is the result of complex work on the study of goiter of the departments of general hygiene and faculty surgery of the Altai Medical Institute. The clinical part of the monograph is based on the data on 720 patients operated on for goiter, of which 500 had sporadic and 220 had endemic goiter.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):137-139
137-139

Thyroid gland (physiology and clinic)

Berezovsky B.S.

Abstract

Edited by S. Werner (abridged translation from English), Medgiz, Leningrad, 1963. 42 pp., Price 2 rubles. 29 kopecks

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):139-141
139-141

Scientific and practical conference on chronic nonspecific respiratory diseases in children

Porseva S.Y.

Abstract

Deputy Minister of Health of the RSFSR Comrade L. S. Kutina reported on the state and measures to improve medical care for children with acute and chronic respiratory diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):142-144
142-144

XIII Congress of Orthopedics of the German Democratic Republic

Bogdanovich U.Y., Morozova E.M.

Abstract

(22-25.1V 1964, Warnemünd)

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):144-145
144-145

Chronicle

Abstract

On May 26, 1964, a republican activist of medical workers took place in Kazan with the participation of representatives of party, Soviet and public organizations.

Kazan medical journal. 1964;45(5):145-146
145-146

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