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Vol 34, No 5-6 (1938)

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A brief outline of the life and work of the honored worker science professor V. S. Gruzdev
Manenkov P.V.
Abstract

On February 7, 1938, Honored Scientist of the Kazan Medical Institute Viktorin Sergeevich Gruzdev died in Kazan. A world-renowned scientist, an outstanding teacher, a talented clinician and a remarkable modest worker, died.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):473-480
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Local anesthesia according to Vishnevsky during childbirth
Kolbasov I.S.
Abstract

Local anesthesia is used to relieve normal labor in various forms. Carrying out pain relief of labor, I adhered to the method proposed by Professor A.V. Vishnevsky.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):481-486
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On the issue of cyclic changes in the vaginal epithelium
Mescherov H.H.
Abstract

Cyclic changes in the mucous membrane of the uterus and the connection of these changes with ovarian function, established by the outstanding works of Gichmann and Adler, prompted many scientists to conduct clinical and experimental studies in the hope of detecting similar changes both in other organs of the genital area and outside it. Soon, works appeared indicating cyclical changes in the mucous membrane of the fallopian tubes, in the mammary glands and other organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):486-491
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Thyroid gland and toxicosis of pregnancy
Nikolaev A.P.
Abstract

The role of the thyroid gland in the economy of the body is very great. The thyroid gland (thyroid gland) exhibits an extremely great influence on metabolism. It primarily supports the energy of oxidative processes in the body and increases the basic cellular metabolism, which, in both a healthy person and in animals, invariably increases under the influence of the introduction of a substance into food. g. It is, further, an important organ of protein metabolism, stimulating nitrogenous breakdown.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):491-497
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Eclampsia without convulsions
Pokrovsky I.A.
Abstract

Most obstetricians now recognize eclampsia as the final stage of autointoxication of a pregnant woman, and very often the phenomena accompanying eclampsia from the kidneys and liver are considered secondary phenomena.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):497-503
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Eclampsia based on the materials of the obstetric and gynecological clinic of the Belarusian Medical Institute in 11 years (1925-36)
Dozortseva G.L., Keilin H.V.
Abstract

The issue of eclampsia has been discussed by many authors for a number of years and has not yet left the press. There are various theories of the pathogenesis of this disease, the theory of fetal exchange; placental theory based on the inclusion of the placenta in the endocrine gland system; the theory of dysfunction of the endocrine system, causing a violation of cellular metabolism (Arkhangelsky); a hypothesis about the connection of eclampsia with a disorder of internal secretion of the endocrine glands, mainly of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland and the thyroid gland (Küstner, Heim, etc.) - cited from Gruzdev).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):504-508
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Treatment of eclampsia with magnesium sulfate
Rapoport M.A.
Abstract

A number of messages that have appeared recently in our literature indicate favorable results in the treatment of eclampsia with magnesium sulfate (Brovkin, Popov, Alovsky, Stroganov, Chertok, Maisel).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):508-512
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Decapitatio crochet Brown in modification Olshanetsky
Olshanetsky A.M.
Abstract

The current state of obstetric care in the USSR has made the operation of embryotomy and, in particular, decapitation extremely rare: with our wide possibility of hospitalization of all childbirth, it is almost unacceptable to start the lateral position before the need for an embryotomy operation. Yet such facts still exist, although they are encountered less and less.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):513-515
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To simplify the Friedmann reaction procedure
Danilov I.V.
Abstract

Recognizing pregnancy in its early stages is of great practical importance, however, the solution of this issue is sometimes difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):516-520
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On the diagnostic value of the Kaufman test in gynecological practice
Shirshova O.D.
Abstract

The most important in determining the preoperative state of the patient is the state of the cardiovascular system, the disorder of which is one of the most common causes of unexpected death. Up to 70 different methods have been proposed to test the performance of the circulatory system, but none of them can be a truly reliable method for diagnosing and predicting the state of the heart and the entire cardiovascular system. All these methods are based on changes in blood pressure and respiration from the side of the pulse and do not have sufficient accuracy. In 1921, Kaufman proposed a method with diuresis to detect latent cardiac decompensation. The visible manifestations of physical decompensation of the heart are preceded by an invisible latent stage. One of the visible manifestations of heart failure is edema, but it can also be in a latent (latent) stage that cannot be clinically taken into account, since our body is able to keep up to 6 liters of water in excess of the norm without visible edema (Vidal).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):520-524
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Sizes and weights of newborns present
Baisheva Z.I., Frolov N.I.
Abstract

The idea of measuring the length and weight of modern newborns arose in connection with the repeated remarks of the workers of the maternity ward of the clinic that in recent years children will be born much larger than in previous years. Such a phenomenon seemed quite possible from a theoretical point of view. The improvement of social conditions in the USSR, the use of maternity leave, etc., should undoubtedly have a beneficial effect on the body of a pregnant woman.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):524-527
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On the question of cervical atresia during pregnancy and "Missed labor" in this combination
Gorizontov N.
Abstract

Among the causes of cervical atresia, abrasion in conjunction with dilatation of the cervical canal with bougie Hegara acquired, especially over the past decades, a dominant role.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):527-536
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Intrauterine administration of iodine for contraceptive purposes, as a possible direct cause of ectopic pregnancy
Zatsepin S.D.
Abstract

Intrauterine iodine injection has been known for a long time. Recently, the scientific development of the method has sharply limited the scope of its application. Functional metropathies in the absence of objective changes in the genital apparatus (Metropathia haemorrhagica) and inflammatory diseases that are not amenable to other methods of treatment are subject to treatment. Our clinic uses this method for metropathies in elderly women, when all types of therapy, including curettage of the uterine cavity, do not help. In these cases, a good result was always obtained.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):536-542
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On the role of gonorrhea in the etiology of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy
Korchagin N.A.
Abstract

“The incidence of ectopic pregnancy should prompt clinicians to scrutinize the etiology of the disease and pay particular attention to prevention” (Genter). According to modern concepts, inflammatory changes in the fallopian tubes are the dominant cause of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy (Gruzdev, Hoehne). Of great theoretical and practical interest is the elucidation of the nature of the inflammation that caused the tubal pregnancy, that is, what kind of infection prevails here - septic or gonorrhea (Kozdrv, Levit).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):542-544
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On the treatment of a pressure ulcer in the vaginal part of the uterus with prolapses
Chigarin A.P.
Abstract

In the clinical picture of incomplete or complete prolapse of the uterus, a pressure sore portionis vaginalis is often observed. Most authors consider mechanical factors to be the cause of the prolapse of the uterus and the pressure sore on its vaginal part: incorrect position of the uterus, weakness of the pelvic floor muscles, early physical labor of the girl, increased abdominal pressure during hard physical work, labor, labor, etc. (Fritsch, Werth, Fehling , Galban, Tandler, Schulze, Küstner).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):544-550
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About suppurative-perforative complication of ovarian dermoids with the participation of the urinary bladder
Sharnin A.K.
Abstract

Clinical diagnosis of ovarian dermoids, as a rule, is devoid of supporting points that allow to reliably recognize this group of neoplasms. Some features in the clinical course of ovarian dermoids (location in the vesicouterine space, pronounced mobility) cannot be defined as characteristic features of only these tumors and, therefore, lose their diagnostic value. Only in those relatively rare cases when it is possible to palpate a dense, sometimes hard area in the wall of the cystic ovarian tumor, the diagnosis of dermoid becomes most convincing. But this requires the presence of a number of such favorable conditions as the severity of the bone-cartilaginous tissue in the area of ​​the parenchymal tubercle, the relatively stable position of the tumor with the compacted area facing the abdominal wall, the absence of a combination of dermoids with other cystic tumors, and a sufficient dermoid size. This relatively rare combination of these moments was observed in our clinic only 2 times in 57 cases of ovarian dermoids.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):550-557
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On the question of sarcomas of the broad ligaments
Danilov I.V.
Abstract

Malignant neoplasms that develop from connective tissue (sarcomas) are rapidly growing tumors of various sizes, shapes, and consistencies. Similar to benign tumors, sarcomas can develop in all parts of the female reproductive apparatus, in particular in the wide ligaments of the uterus. Most sarcomas of the broad ligaments are sarcomatous degenerated fibroids of the uterus and its appendages, or comes from the walls of the vessels, or the fascia of the pelvis; they are usually located intraligamentary.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):557-560
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Electro-iodine-ion therapy for uterine bleeding and the effect of iodine ions on the ovaries
Mukhamedova S.Z.
Abstract

The possibility of administering a medicinal substance to the human body using an electric current was proved by the quite convincing experiments of Khitorf, Shatskiy, Anikin, Ledyuk, Labatu, Weiss, extensive works of prof. Shcherbak and his collaborators (Georgievskaya, Pevzner, Surguchev, Brook, etc.) The high value of this method in gynecological practice is indicated by a large experimental and clinical material reported both in foreign and domestic literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):561-570
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Organization and technique of collecting umbilical-placental blood for transfusion
Deshevillo I.Y.
Abstract

Over the past decade, blood transfusion has found wide application in almost all areas of clinical medicine and has given doctors a massive and powerful tool in the fight against acute anemia, shock, and a number of other diseases. However, the spread of transfusion is hampered by the difficulty of selecting donor personnel, especially in the district, and the high cost of donor blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):570-575
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Experience of blood transfusion based on the materials of the obstetric and gynecological clinic Kazan GIDUV
Chigarin A.P.
Abstract

Blood transfusion, as a therapeutic method, in recent years has won a solid place in the arsenal of therapeutic measures at the bedside of a gynecological patient, a woman in labor and a postpartum woman. It is used in obstetrics and gynecology as a substituting, stimulating, antitoxic, hemostatic and antishock treatment. But despite the widespread use of blood transfusion and the clinic's extensive experience, we are at the stage of accumulating factual material on some theoretical and practical issues of blood transfusion. The latter, after a certain period of time, must be analyzed for appropriate conclusions. The purpose of this work is to analyze the experience of blood transfusion in the obstetric and gynecological clinic of the Kazan GIDUV from 1934 to 1937 inclusive.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):575-582
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About blood transfusion for purulent peritonitis
Sklyarov I.P., Ivanov K.N.
Abstract

Not so long ago, with general purulent peritonitis, mortality reached 100% and the prediction was therefore almost always hopeless. Since then, as in the treatment of peritonitis they switched to finding and eliminating the starting points, mortality has dropped sharply. The attention of surgeons is currently focused mainly on the initial phases of purulent peritonitis. A number of initial symptoms have been studied, which give reason to operate on the patient at the very beginning, when the inflammatory process is just showing a tendency to spread.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):582-588
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Spinal anesthesia in the treatment of postoperative intestinal paralysis
Levina S.D.
Abstract

One of the serious complications after surgery, which has to be feared, is intestinal paralysis. No matter how carefully the intestines are handled during laparotomies, the latter is often subject to injury from both mechanical stress and from drying, cooling, the use of chemicals and from general anesthesia. To a certain extent, intestinal atony occurs almost after each laparotomy, but in the vast majority of cases this atony is safe, after 1-2 days, normal bowel function occurs on its own or after taking a number of therapeutic measures, such as a heating pad, enema, bowel lavage, from drugs - physiostigmine, pituitrin, etc. In some cases, therapeutic measures do not give the desired effect. There is such a degree of paralytic state of the intestine, which dictates the need for urgent surgical measures (enterostomosis).

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):588-591
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Traumatic fatty embolism
Larin G.P.
Abstract

At present, it should not be news to anyone that almost every fracture or major trauma with damage to organs rich in fat, as a rule, is accompanied by a fatty embolism, mainly of the respiratory form. This circumstance was known at the end of the last century from the works of Bush, Wagner, Bergman, Goldberg, Scribe, Czerny, Shervinsky and others; unfortunately, this position has not yet been mastered by many surgeons. The result is a misinterpretation of complications after fractures or bone surgeries and hence uncertainty about therapeutic measures.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):591-595
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A case of simultaneous pregnancy in both uterine horns
Vakhrameev A.A.
Abstract

Gr-ka B., 30 years old, was admitted to the gynecological department of Snezhnyanskaya hospital on 1 VII 32 for artificial termination of pregnancy for a period of 3 months. An internal examination revealed an uneven increase in the uterus; during curettage, the fetus and placenta were removed for about ½ month.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):596
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A case of pregnancy in the vestigial horn
Shklyaev V.V.
Abstract

Ectopic pregnancy that develops in the rudimentary accessory horn of the uterus is a rare abnormality. It was first described by Morisseau and Vassal in 1669, and quite accurately established by Stolz in 1832 and Rokitansky in 1832. Russian gynecologists, according to Malinovsky (B.M.E.), this type of ectopic pregnancy is described only 22 times.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):596-598
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Two cases of birth with fused twins
Lieberberg R.M.
Abstract

The first case. 30 / ІV 1932 in Berdichevskaya obstetrician-gynecologist, hospital (history of childbirth No. 11.8) received gr. LK, 18 years old, married, worker of a shoe factory, Jewish. Her husband is 19 years old, married for less than a year, 1 time pregnant. Considers herself pregnant for about 7 months; when were the last menstruation, does not remember, menstruation began at the age of 13, last for 5 or 6 days. The first movement of the fetus was felt 2 months ago. All the time I felt the child's movements very weakly. The last sexual intercourse was two weeks ago. The woman in labor attended the consultation inaccurately, only twice. The last time I was in the consultation was 25/IV, and the card contains a doctor's record - the fetal heartbeat is not audible. The woman in labor had 6 brothers and sisters, all died, alcoholism and syphilis are denied, there were no twins or deformities in the family.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):598-600
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Two cases of hymen atresia in children and a diagnostic error in one of them
Kantorovich I.A.
Abstract

In the conditions of pediatric surgical practice, diseases of the female reproductive apparatus are relatively rare. Examination of the external and internal genital organs in girls is not performed at all or is performed in cases where there are direct indications, in the form of complaints of a certain nature, or suspicions of any pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):601-603
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To the method of counting blood cells in the chamber of I.T.M.O. with a Goryaev grid
Kulagin A.A.
Abstract

Description of the Goryaev grid. In 1935 the Leningrad Institute of Precision Mechanics and Optics mastered the production of chambers for counting blood cells. The produced chambers are made of one glass plate, built like the Burker double chamber and equipped with the original Goryaev grid). I must say that before these cameras appeared on our market, there were only cameras from the OVU Experimental Laboratory. YuZ (Odessa), cameras of poor quality, which put laboratory workers in a hopeless position.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):603-607
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White blood pattern in pulmonary tuberculosis
Kulagin A.A.
Abstract

The study of the picture of white blood, which has become routine in the clinic, is a method of clinical research that allows you to penetrate into the essence of the body's reactions, receive valuable instructions for understanding them, and therefore, better fulfill our main purpose - helping the patient. The desire to find these indications in the picture of white blood and apply them to clarify the recognition, treatment and prediction of pulmonary TB in the same way as it was justified in the clinic of many other diseases, served as an incentive for many phthisiatricians and hematologists to a detailed and painstaking study of white blood. Features such as diseases with an allergic reaction stretching for years and decades, with remissions and exacerbations, an abundance of clinical forms with different pathways and varying degrees of damage to the lung tissue, varying degrees of intoxication of the body, frequent attachment of a secondary infection, and finally, the individual characteristics of the body's response to depending on its constitutional features, social and living conditions, all this extremely complicates both the manifestation of the reactions of white blood, and their study. Therefore, despite the abundance of scientific works on the issue of interest to us now, there is no unity in the understanding of individual aspects of the reaction. This partly depends on the lack of our knowledge of the biological processes taking place in the body. Along with this, we also have many conditions that limit the generalization of all the facts obtained in this area, and sometimes make them even unsuitable for study.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):608-618
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Ukrainian conference on emergency surgery and blood transfusion
Halpern A.
Abstract

Prof. NB Medvedeva (Kiev), in a co-report on the same topic, indicated that colloidoclastic shock is accompanied by a change in the ratio of the recipient's blood proteins under the influence of a meeting with donor proteins.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):618-626
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Comparative evaluation of pathomorphological changes in the peritoneal and non-peritoneal stump of the cecum in dogs
Yurieva L.A.
Abstract

In a public meeting of the Kazan State Medical Institute on 13 / ІV 38, the assistant of the surgical clinic of the Kazan GIDUV V.A. Suvorov defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of medical sciences.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):626-627
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Intestinal anaerobes as indicators of faecal contamination
Yurieva L.A.
Abstract

In a public meeting of the Kazan State Medical Institute on 13 / ІV 38, an assistant at the surgical clinic of the Kazan State Pedagogical University Sh. Kh. Zhdanov defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of medical sciences.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):627-628
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Sex and placental hormones
Auslender E.
Abstract

The placental hormone has individual properties that have nothing to do with either sex or gonadotropic hormones, in particular with the prehypophyseal hormone.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):628
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Mammary gland and placenta
Auslender E.
Abstract

The author cites a number of works in which the placenta is considered as a gland with endocrine secretion, as well as a number of observations (Ballerini, Gontana, etc.) about the effect of placental hormones on the mammary glands and lactation.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):628
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Cholesterolemia, lipemia and sex hormones
Auslender E.
Abstract

The author studied the effect of injections of folliculin, prolan and corpus luteum on cholesterol and blood fatty acids in normal and castrated rabbits.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):628
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Endocrine influences associated with the function and development of the mammary gland
Auslender E.
Abstract

Estron is able to cause proliferation of the glandular alveoli of the mammary gland, not only in an oil solution, but also in a much less active aqueous solution.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):628-629
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Cancer of the islets of Langerhans and hyperinsulinism
Auslender E.
Abstract

Aa. describe cases of spontaneous hypoglycemia, where a diet rich in carbohydrates was specifically prescribed to avoid seizures and coma.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):629
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Premature puberty of a 4-year-old girl with ovarian sarcoma
Auslender E.
Abstract

The author has collected in the literature 500 cases of early puberty in girls, characterized by the appearance of menstruation, hair growth, enlargement of the uterus, appendages and mammary glands, typical fat deposition, early ossification, and a discrepancy between mental development and somatic development.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):629
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A case of endocrine edema
Auslender E.
Abstract

A 26-year-old patient has edema of the whole body. Diseases of the liver, heart and kidneys, as the cause of the emerging edema, in this case are excluded.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):629
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The effect of breast preparations on the ovary
Auslender E.
Abstract

The various forms of menorrhagia seem to depend on the presence of excessive amounts of estrine. This increased production can be caused by the gonadotropic hormone of the anterior pituitary gland, which disrupts the balance between the secretion products of the corpus luteum and ovarian folliculin.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):629
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Hormone therapy of insufficient lactation in women
Ivanov B.
Abstract

A. reports on the results of treatment with folliculin and corpus luteum hormone of 30 women who were in the eighth month of pregnancy and had poorly developed mammary glands, which made it possible to count on receiving only half of the amount of milk necessary for the normal nutrition of the child.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):629-630
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Treatment of mammary fistulas and mastitis with folliculin
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Reported good results in treating fistula folliculin after incisions for mastitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):630
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Treatment of urinary incontinence with folliculin
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Experimental studies show that folliculin causes a significant increase in the muscle tone of the bladder and that the cessation of ovarian function during menopause contributes to the development of urinary incontinence.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):630
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Treatment of the appendix stump during appendectomy
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Having listed the methods of processing the stump of the appendix that are still used and those encountered after their complications, aa. indicate that in cases with an infiltrated and edematous wall of the cecum, the only possible way, due to the difficulty of immersion of the stump, is its simple ligation.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):630
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Treatment of persistent cases of gastric and duodenal ulcers, gangl removal technique. celiacum
Ivanov B.
Abstract

A. believes that the cause of the development of peptic ulcers of the stomach and duodenum is the hyperfunction of the adrenal-sympathetic system, which, if therapeutic treatment is unsuccessful, should be reduced by surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):630-631
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Bromoethyl pain relief
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Bromoethyl, which is an excellent analgesic agent, has been relatively little used over the past two decades due to the difficulty of obtaining a chemically pure drug; the admixture of alcohol, ether and bromoform to it often led to complications during anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):631
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Surgical treatment of varicose leg ulcers
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Description of a new method for the treatment of leg ulcers, consisting in carrying out 6 - 8 radial incisions with an electric knife, starting in healthy tissues at a distance of 1½ - 2 cm from the edge of the ulcer and reaching its center; the skin and subcutaneous tissue are dissected to the fascia.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):631
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Arterial antiseptic injections for severe infections of the extremities
Ivanov B.
Abstract

In several cases of severe purulent diseases of the extremities (phlegmon, gangrene), as well. successfully used intra-arterial injections of mercurochrome.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):631
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Treatment of purulent wounds with natural bee honey
Ivanov B.
Abstract

A. reports on the favorable results of the treatment of purulent wounds with natural bee honey, mainly after kidney operations. With superficial wounds, honey is applied to the wound surface, and with deep wounds, it is poured into its cavity.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):631-632
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Treatment of acute bursitis by puncture and washing
Ivanov B.
Abstract

For the treatment of bursitis subdeltoidea a. recommends the following method: after local anesthesia with novocaine, a needle is inserted into the cavity of the mucous bag at a certain point of the shoulder; with a sufficiently wide lumen, liquid begins to stand out from it.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):632
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Fixation of oblique and torsional fractures of the lower leg with wire through the skin
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Report on the method of bloodless fixation of easily displaced fragments in case of leg fractures, carried out through the skin with a Kirchner wire. This method, which occupies an intermediate position between osteosynthesis and purely conservative treatment, is indicated only for oblique and torsional fractures with a tendency to displacement of fragments and, moreover, in absolutely aseptic cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):632
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Arthrodesis in articular tuberculosis
Ivanov B.
Abstract

The most widespread of surgical interventions for osteoarticular tuberculosis is arthrodesis. After the operative fixation of the spine according to the Olbi method, extra-articular arthrodesis began to be used for tuberculous coxitis with quite satisfactory results.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):632-633
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Surgical intervention for fractures of the skull base
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Based on 417 cases of skull base fractures observed at the Zurich Surgical Clinic in 1919-1935, a. believes that the treatment of these fractures should be carried out by a surgeon in close contact with an otolaryngologist, neurologist and ophthalmologist. By itself, a base fracture never serves as an indication for primary surgical intervention; the method of choice is conservative treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):633
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New data on the development of kidney changes in prostatic hypertrophy
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Reporting the results of an experimental study in dogs of the effects of various extracts of the prostate gland on the kidneys. Studies have shown that aqueous extracts of hypertrophied prostates in dogs and humans have severe kidney toxicity; extracts from the normal prostate gland of dogs cause only minor and transient changes in the kidneys.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):633
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Dermoid cyst of the spermatic cord
Auslender E.
Abstract

Dermoid cysts of the spermatic cord are extremely rare, in 1926 Rubashev collected only 13 cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):633
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Eye-guided lithotripsy
D. A.
Abstract

A 35-year-old man suffered from urinary disorders and hemaguria for 3 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):633-634
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Tuberculous structure of the urethra
D. A.
Abstract

A 39-year-old man who has been suffering from tuberculous cystitis for 5 years has repeatedly found tubercle bacilli in his urine in the presence of significant pyuria.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):634
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False tumor in the membranous part of the urethra
D. A.
Abstract

A 72-year-old man came with complaints of urinary incontinence.

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Carcinoma of the female urethra. Case report with literature review
D. A.
Abstract

A 75-year-old woman, who had not previously suffered from urological diseases, complained of difficulty in urinating and the appearance of blood from the vagina.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):634
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Treatment of acute epididymitis
D. A.
Abstract

In all cases of acute epididymitis, when conservative therapy is used, which does not lead to a decrease in pain in the epididymis and a decrease in temperature within 24 hours, the author considers an epididymotomy to be indicated; it is more expedient to use this method in the earliest stages of the disease, when the development of abscesses in the epididymis can be suspected.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):634
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Gonorrhea of a man from a surgical point of view
D. A.
Abstract

In acute urethritis, a good outflow of pus from the canal occurs only with a wide outer opening, while with a narrow outflow of pus is difficult, therefore the author recommends performing a metatomy. In the presence of a long preputial sac, pus from the canal is retained in the bag, and often with insufficient cleanliness of the patient, either phimosis or paraphimosis occurs.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):634-635
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White prontosil in the treatment of gonorrhea diseases
D. A.
Abstract

White prontosil was used in the treatment of 20 patients with acute and chronic gonorrhea, of which 25 people were cured with the appointment of an average of 15 to 18 grams of the drug per course of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):635
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Acute gonococcal perihepatitis
A. D. A.
Abstract

The symptomatology of acute perihepatitis gonorrhea is reduced to rather sharp pain in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen; these pains are independent, and on palpation they are more often observed in women with the presence of pelvioperitonitis and gonococci in the discharge of the urethra and cervix.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):635
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Bone beformations with gonorrhea coxitis
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

The authors describe three cases of gonorrhea coxitis. Deformation of the bone in the form of extensive abrasion of the femoral head, smoothing of the protrusion of the coadilus, its subluxation and ptosis of the glenoid fossa appear very early, over several days.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):635
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Autoserotherapy of gonorrhea arthritis
Ivanov B.
Abstract

Due to the fact that gonorrhea arthritis is observed only in 1-2% of all patients with gonorrhea, and. believes that in the blood of the predominant number of individuals, there are protective substances that prevent joint infections with gonococci.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):635-636
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Pyretotherapy of gonorrheal arthritis
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

In the treatment of gonorrhea arthritis, active hyperthermia can be used, caused by the injection of an emulsion of microbial bodies or chemicals, and passive, carried out using physical methods of warming. Each of these methods has its own merits.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):636
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Pyrotherapy of gonorrheal diseases
D. A.
Abstract

First Pyrotherapy Congress in New York (March 1937). 6th meeting. Gonococcus dies at temperatures of 41° and 42°, and it can be killed by natural pyrexia or artificial. The duration of the high temperature can vary within fairly wide limits, for some strains of gonococci die at a temperature of 41.5° within 5 hours, while others remain to live at the same temperature for 23 hours.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):636-637
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Gonococcal septicemia, treated with hyperthermia
Dembskaya V.
Abstract

Septicemia with gonorrhea can be fleeting and quickly localized in the joints or tendons. It can also be of a longer duration, accompanied by endocarditis or without it. In the presence of endocarditis, the prognosis is always difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):637-638
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Society of Radiologists of the TASSR Session 9.1. 1938
Golditein D.E.
Abstract

29 people attended.

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):638-639
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Joint meeting of the therapeutic, surgical and radiological societies of the TASSR 15 February 1938
Sokolov N.V.
Abstract
  1. Presiding Prof. N.V. Sokolov announced the death of the honored scientist prof. Sergeevich Gruzdev's quiz. The memory of the deceased is honored by rising.
  2. Prof. NV Sokolov made a speech dedicated to the XX anniversary of the Red Army. The resolution was adopted unanimously.

Demonstrations:

  1. Dr. V. A. Suvorov. A case of hemolytic shock cured by novocaine block according to Vishnevsky.
Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):639-641
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Surgical Society of TASSR
Gusynin V.A.
Abstract

Session 15 / IV 1938

Kazan medical journal. 1938;34(5-6):641-644
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