Vol 47, No 4 (1966)

Alexander Alexandrovich Vishnevsky


May 24, 1966 marks the 60th anniversary of the birth of the director of the Institute of Surgery. A.V. Vishnevsky of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, chief surgeon of the USSR Ministry of Defense, Colonel General of the Medical Service, Honored Scientist of the RSFSR and TASSR, full member of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences Professor Alexander Alexandrovich Vishnevsky.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):1-2
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On some errors of operational diagnostics in gastric ulcer

Komarov A.S.


It is well known that laparotomy is considered the final stage in the diagnosis of cancer and other diseases of the stomach. However, it must be remembered that laparotomy does not always allow to clarify the diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):3-5
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Immediate complications after resection for gastric and duodenal ulcers

Kravchenko P.V., Kochnev O.S.


The results of surgical treatment of peptic ulcer disease are steadily improving, mortality after gastric resections is markedly reduced. This was facilitated by the growth of qualified surgical care, the standardization of surgical treatment methods, and the improvement of operating techniques. An equally important role was played by the improvement of tactics with already developed complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):5-8
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X-ray studies in congenital pyloric stenosis and pylorospasm in infants

Baklanov V.F., Dorofeeva T.I., Filippkin M.A., Ciplenkov V.G.


The study of the causes of regurgitation and vomiting in newborns and infants remains highly relevant to this day, especially in connection with the development of diagnostics of such relatively new nosological forms as chalasia, achalasia, cytomegaly.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):8-11
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Hypnosuggestative method in the treatment of neurotic conditions in patients after operations for cardiospasm

Chernyavski A.A., Kabanovsky A.N.


Cardiospasm should be considered a multi-causal neuromuscular chronic esophageal disease with a gradual or acute onset and recurrent course.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):11-12
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Effect of thiamine and niacin on gastric motor function in patients with anacid gastritis

Chernyshenko A.I.


In recent years, several works have appeared in the literature on the study of the motor function of the stomach using the EGS-3 apparatus proposed by M. A. Sobakin (the apparatus was mounted by him together with the engineers M. A. Gurevich and S. M. Yakovlev).

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):12-13
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Influence of hexonium and gangleron on pancreatic function in patients with peptic ulcer and chronic gastritis

Trusov V.V.


Ganglion blocking drugs Hexonium and Gangleron in recent years are increasingly used in the treatment of peptic ulcer disease, chronic gastritis and some liver diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):14-17
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On the pathogenesis of cardiac disorders in diseases of the gallbladder

Toplegina T.B.


In the clinical literature there are many reports on disorders of the functions of the cardiovascular system in diseases of the gallbladder and biliary tract (cholecystitis, gallstone disease, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):17-22
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The importance of anesthesia and radiography in X-ray manometry and endoscopy of the biliary tract

Knubovec C.Y., Levashova R.G., Malkina R.L.


In our clinic for 1962-1964. out of 100 patients with cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, cancer of the biliary tract and pancreatic head, surgical cholangiography was performed in 98, control cholangiography - in 9 and postoperative - in 6. In 45 patients, surgical cholangiography was combined with a manometric study.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):22-23
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On the importance of liver dysfunction in the surgical treatment of cholecystitis

Ageev A.F.


Diseases of the gallbladder and extrahepatic biliary tract do not pass without leaving a trace for the liver itself, but cause functional and anatomical changes of varying severity in it.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):24-25
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On the pathogenesis of intestinal paresis after operations in the ileocecal angle

Karpyhin U.M.


The receptor nervous apparatus of the ileocecal angle is highly functional and has a close neuroreflex connection with various parts of the gastrointestinal tract, especially with the pyloric part of the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):26-26
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On prolonging the action of succinylcholine with nibufin

Zaikonnikova I.V., Kolsanov N.A.


In modern multicomponent anesthesia, great importance is attached to muscle relaxants, which allow anesthesia to be carried out at a superficial level, with adequate gas exchange.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):27-28
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On the state and development prospects of proctology

Aminev A.M.


In recent years, many events have been carried out in our country to develop proctology, this relatively new and promising branch of surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):28-30
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On the prevention of postoperative peritoneal adhesive disease

Gataullin I.G.


This message is based on the analysis of 568 case histories of patients with intestinal obstruction, of which 361 had an adhesive form, as well as on observations of 155 patients who underwent various intraperitoneal operations.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):30-32
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About the doctor's tactics for foreign bodies of the gastrointestinal tract

Popov A.F.


Over the past 8 years, 64 people have been under our supervision. with foreign bodies of the gastrointestinal tract: male - 38 and female - 26. At the age of 10 years was 21, from 11 to 20 - 20, from 21 to 40 - 19 and from 41 to 50 years - 4 people.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):33-34
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Determination of glomerular filtration in renal tuberculosis

Ivanov I.I.


Early recognition of decreased glomerular filtration is essential for the diagnosis and treatment of kidneys.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):34-36
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The effect of insulin on the duration of systole phases in patients with diabetes mellitus

Maleva I.Y.


In many patients with diabetes mellitus, who have been systematically treated with insulin for a number of years, various changes in the cardiovascular system are observed

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):36-38
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The functional state of the stomach in patients with diabetes mellitus

Kalinina Y.A.


We examined 36 men and 44 women with diabetes mellitus in the clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):38-39
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About the combination of diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus

Tihonova E.P., Tyagunova A.V.


As you know, the appearance of diabetes insipidus clearly indicates a lesion of the interstitial pituitary region, in particular, a dysfunction of the supraoptic nucleus - supraopticohypophyseal pathway - neurohypophysis system.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):40-41
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On the importance of eliminating the deficiency of zinc and copper in the body in the treatment of diabetes mellitus

Shystov V.Y.


The latest research suggests that the beneficial interaction of zinc with insulin in diabetes, manifested by prolongation of the hypoglycemic effect, is due not only to the stabilizing effect of Zn on the insulin molecule, but also to the fact that Zn inhibits the process of insulin destruction by insulinase.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):41-42
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Serum lipoproteins in patients with thyrotoxicosis

Bobulev V.E.


We observed 46 women and one man aged 24 to 63 years old, patients with thyrotoxicosis (21 people - mild, 24 - moderate and 2 - severe). The duration of the disease was different, 25 people. were sick for a year or less.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):43-44
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Experience of long-term conservative treatment of patients with thyrotoxicosis

Chernova V.I.


We treated conservatively 145 patients with diffuse toxic goiter. There were 11 men and 134 women. At the age of up to 30 years there were 29 patients, up to 50 - 90 and older - 26. Were observed up to 5 years - 68 patients, up to 8 years - 39 and more than 8 years - 38.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):44-45
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Blood glycoproteins in patients with myxedema treated with triiodothyronine

Saitgaleeva M.S., Klyachko V.P.


The physiological activity of the thyroid gland is closely related to glycoproteins. The main hormonal regulator of thyroid function - thyroid stimulating hormone - is a complex protein-carbohydrate compound.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):45-47
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Clinical presentation, treatment and outcomes for feminizing ovarian tumors

Rubalka A.I.


For the first time, dyshormonal tumors of the ovaries were described in 1886 by O. Neumann and in 1890 by Aconchi.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):47-48
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Clinical picture, diagnosis and long-term results of treatment of uterine chorionepithelioma

Plotnikova Z.S.


Chorionepithelioma is a rare disease and occurs in 2-5% of malignant neoplasms of the female genital organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):49-50
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On the use of noise for anesthesia when processing teeth with a drill

Dzhumadillaev D.N.


In recent years, many methods and means have been proposed for anesthesia of hard tooth tissues during their preparation (turbo-installation, injection anesthesia with new anesthetic agents, nitrous oxide, electroanesthesia). For the same purposes, it is proposed to use both noise and musical influences (audioanalgesia).

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):50-51
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Reflex excitability of the salivary glands and its diagnostic value in gastric pathology

Kolobaev V.I.


IP Pavlov and his school considered the salivary function as an indicator of the subtlest changes taking place in the central nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):51-52
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The influence of complex treatment at the Krasnousolsk resort on the motor function of the stomach in patients with chronic gastritis

Fridman M.N.


The study of the motor function of the stomach contributes to a deeper understanding of some features of the clinical picture of chronic gastritis and makes it possible to judge the success of the treatment of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):52-53
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On some abnormalities in the function of the stomach with urolithiasis

Baikalov L.K., Abramov M.N.


We observed 85 men and 45 women with urolithiasis with preserved renal function and without concomitant inflammatory processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):53-53
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Intestinal enzymes after replacement of the stomach with a segment of the colon

Kataeva G.A., Pomosov D.V.


Recently, the study of the most typical intestinal enzymes - enterokinase and phosphatase - has become of great importance in clinical practice.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):54-55
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Serum and erythrocyte cholinesterase activity in diseases of the biliary system of the liver

Anchikova L.I.


We investigated the activity of pseudocholinesterase and true cholinesterase during exacerbation of chronic cholecystitis - in 50 patients, with acute bacterial and calculous cholecystitis - in 19, with cholelithiasis complicated by cholecystitis, outside the period of biliary colic - in 17. The control group consisted of 29 donors.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):55-56
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On the restoration of adrenal cortex function after long-term treatment with prednisolone

Vasiliev J.H., Fedorenko P.N.


It is known that cortisone, prednisone and their analogs suppress the activity of the adrenal cortex, as a result of which severe hormonal imbalances can develop.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):56-57
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Surgical treatment for soft tissue injuries in outpatient practice

Stankevich V.E.


In case of soft tissue injuries, it is often necessary to resort to suturing.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):57-58
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On the issue of alloplasty of recurrent and incisional hernias

Furman U.O.


According to many large statistics, relapses after hernia repair for oblique hernias are 8-12%, for direct ones - 18-26%.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):58-59
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Pluriglyndular insufficiency under the guise of diabetes mellitus

Chirkova Z.A.


The clinical picture of pluriglyandular insufficiency includes syndromes caused by a decrease in the secretion of all hormones of the anterior pituitary gland - somatotropic (growth hormone), thyrotropic, adrenocorticotropic, gonadotropic.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):59-60
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Long-term results of treatment of dyshormonal diseases of the breast

Shigarev T.D.


As you know, the mammary gland is under the regulatory influence of hormones from the pituitary gland, ovary, adrenal gland and thyroid gland. Currently, the main method of treatment for dyshormonal breast tumors is hormone therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):60-61
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Bleeding in case of damages of the cervix during childbirth

Nikolaeva U.P.


Literary data on bleeding from ruptures of the cervix are contradictory.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):61-62
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The amount of blood loss during childbirth

Mushkin K.I.


Until now, there is no consensus regarding the normal amount of blood loss during childbirth.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):62-63
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Compression syndrome of the inferior vena cava in pregnant women

Voronin K.V.


In some women, at the end of pregnancy, when lying on the back, weakness, dizziness, nausea appear.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):63-64
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The course of pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period after splenectomy

Freidlin Y.Y.


Childbirth after splenectomy is of considerable interest due to its rarity. We have observed three such genera.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):64-65
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The course of pregnancy and childbirth with thrombocytopenia

Sabirov F.M., Miftakhova S.K.


The course of pregnancy and childbirth with thrombocytopenia is poorly understood. Therefore, we give our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):65-66
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Abdominal pregnancy resulting in the death of a woman

Usminskaya I.A.


Abdominal pregnancy is very rare, according to AD Alovsky (1945), in 0.4%. In our hospital, abdominal pregnancies were observed once in 496 cases of ectopic pregnancies.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):66-67
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about disorders of endocrine pancreatic activity in presenile psychoses

Plotnikov C.M.


In recent domestic literature, there are only a few works related to the study of carbohydrate metabolism in patients with involutional psychosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):67-68
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Surgical treatment of hearing loss in case of developmental anomalies of the auditory ossicles

Radugin K.B.


In connection with the widespread development of surgical treatment of hearing loss in otosclerosis D, hearing-improving microoperations have recently been used for congenital and acquired defects of the auditory ossicles.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):68-69
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Experience of using the new antitussive drug demorphan

Ashbel S.I., Pervichko T.A.


Demorphan, synthesized at the V.I. S. Ordzhonikidze, according to its chemical structure, is O-methyl-N-methyloxymorphine bromohydrate. It is a white crystalline powder, readily soluble in water. Available in tablets of 5 and 10 mg.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):70-70
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Bilateral ligation of the internal thoracic artery as one of the components of the complex treatment of chronic coronary insufficiency

Kyzmin E.A.


Since this surgical intervention is palliative, constant preventive measures are needed to prevent exacerbations of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):70-70
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Influence of meteorological factors on some blood elements

Ibragimova M.I.


Of the blood cells, leukocytes are the most sensitive to changes in solar radiation. The electric fields of the atmosphere, magnetic vibrations, cosmic radiation, electromagnetic waves, etc., influencing the human body as a whole, also affect the blood. Oscillations of the earth's magnetic field, apparently, affect the metals (iron, copper, magnesium, etc.) that are part of the system of living cells.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):71-71
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Echinococcus of the pancreas

Puskarev N.I.


The pancreas is extremely rarely affected by echinococcus. In 1912, Ganser collected 27 observations in the world press; now there are about 200 of them. According to a number of authors, the parasite is located more often in the head of the gland. In our patient, it developed in the tail and body.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):71-71
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The value of the dynamics of serum alkaline phosphatase activity in the differential diagnosis of parenchymal and obstructive jaundice

Golubovsky I.E.


It has been established that the activity of serum alkaline phosphatase in liver diseases and especially in obstructive jaundice increases.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):71-72
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Spigelian hernia

Krupchatov V.P.


Spigelian hernias are rare. In the domestic literature, the first message about them was made by S. L. Kolyubakin in 1918. We managed to collect 56 cases in the domestic literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):72-72
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The use of transverse laparotomy in liver operations

Volkov A.N.


Given the conflicting opinions about transverse laparotomy, we set out to conduct an anatomical and clinical study of this approach to the liver.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):72-72
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Anemia as the dominant symptom of hiatal hernia

Murlaga C.E.


Anemia and hemorrhage are common symptoms in hiatal hernias, and sometimes they become dominant.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):72-73
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Clinical evaluation of some methods of functional diagnostics of stomach diseases

Cimmerman Y.S.


We investigated protein fractions of gastric juice in 89 patients with peptic ulcer disease (74 with duodenal ulcer, 15 with gastric ulcer), as well as in 11 patients with chronic gastritis with preserved and increased secretory function.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):73-74
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Re-perforation of a duodenal ulcer

Malinger R.A.


K., 64 years old, was admitted on 18 / Ѵ 1962 with a diagnosis of perforated duodenal ulcer.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):74-74
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Comparative evaluation of some methods of conservative treatment of peptic ulcer disease

Sarvanov A.M.


The most promising results were obtained in patients treated with estrogens.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):74-74
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The experience of using hexonium in some diseases of the gastrointestinal tract

Muhin E.P.


We administer benzohexonium or hexamethon both parenterally and orally, in gradually increasing dosages, 3 times a day (from 0.3 to 1.2 per day), in combination with intravenous infusion of 10% sodium bromide solution, taking alkaline mixtures and observing diet.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):74-75
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Long-term results of the use of an adapted polyvalent dysentery bacteriophage in dysentery

Perelstein C.B.


We have traced the long-term results of treatment of 204 patients with acute and 111 patients with chronic dysentery (see Kazan medical Zh., 1961, 5).

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):75-75
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Significance of disorders of water-salt metabolism in food toxicoinfections of various etiologies

Brisker A.D.


In 224 patients, foodborne infection was caused by salmonella (groups B, C, D, E), in 102 - by pathogenic staphylococcus, in 39 - by Proteus, in 45 - by Morgan's bacillus and in 54 - by E. coli, as well as its varieties.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):76-76
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Stimulation of the healing of tendon and ligament defects

Lazarev N.V., Sheinberg S.Y.


We tested experimentally the possibility of stimulating reparative regeneration of tendon tissue with some pyrimidine derivatives.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):76-77
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Working capacity of patients with cerebral vascular crises

Burd G.S.


Observations of 653 patients with cerebral vascular crises revealed that crises occurred against the background of hypertension in 363 patients, atherosclerosis - in 225, hypotonic state - in 36, vegetative-vascular dystonia - in 29.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):77-77
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Experience of outpatient use of antabuse for the treatment of alcoholics

Staricun A.S.


Treatment begins with a dose of 0.25. We give antabus in the form of tablets to relatives of the patient for 7 days.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):77-78
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Therapy for schizophrenia with a combination of insulin and chlorpromazine

Ilinskiy U.A.


Along with the clinical indicators of the treatment effect, we studied the indicators of allergic reactivity (frequency and intensity of serum sickness, skin sensitization, titer of precipitins to a foreign protein and its dynamics in blood serum) after intramuscular injection of 5 ml of normal horse serum to patients during therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):78-78
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Differential diagnosis of chronic colitis

Radbil O.S.


Differential diagnosis of chronic colitis is often very difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):78-81
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Neurohistology at a new stage of development

Ivanov I.F.


The approaching 50th anniversary of Soviet power in our country prompts us to remember and evaluate the path traversed during this time in various fields of medical science, which is especially important for the choice of new methods in scientific research.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):81-87
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Physical labor is one of the factors in the formation of a comprehensively developed person

Chikan S.Y.


For the formation of a healthy, physically developed person, the builder of a communist society, it is necessary not only to have regular, nutritious food corresponding to age; the organization of wide recreational activities, including the external environment - housing conditions, the level of health care development, physical culture, etc., is also acquiring great importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):88-90
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To the study of the physical development of youth in the TASSR

Feortistov B.I., Sabinov A.G.


Among the published works on the study of the physical development of various groups of the TASSR population, there are almost no works that take into account the assessment of the health status of all adolescents aged 15-18 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):90-91
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Determination of free gas in the abdominal cavity by abdominal puncture

Anpilogov I.V.


The presence of free gas in the abdominal cavity in acute abdominal syndrome is the most important and sometimes decisive factor in the diagnosis of a pathological process or damage to the abdomen (BS Rozanov), especially where the symptoms are poor.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):92-93
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New obturator for intestinal fistulas

Izmailov G.A.


Distinguish between congenital and acquired external intestinal fistulas. They occur in some patients as a complication after various surgical interventions in the gastrointestinal tract.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):93-94
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Diagnosis of infectious diseases

Brisker A.D.


There is now a need to provide infectious disease doctors and therapists, as well as medical students, with good guidance on the diagnosis of infectious diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):94-95
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Irreversible changes in shock and blood loss

Petrov I.P., Vasadze G.S.


The monograph includes the following chapters: I. Reflex theory of shock. II. Similarities and differences between traumatic shock and blood loss. III. The value of dysfunctions of various systems and organs in the development of irreversible changes in shock and blood loss. IV. Treatment of acute blood loss and traumatic shock. V. Prevention of irreversible changes in blood loss and traumatic shock.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):95-96
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First All-Union Conference of Pediatric Surgeons

Akinfiev A.V.


The first session was devoted to the state and measures to improve surgical care for children in the USSR. The main report on this issue was made by prof. Yu. F. Isakov (Moscow), who noted that in 1965 the number of children's surgical beds in the Union increased by 4300 in comparison with 1962.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):96-99
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Scientific conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of prof. V. S. Gruzdeva

Voronin K.V.


After the grand opening of the conference with a report on the life and work of prof. V.S.Gruzdev, his student prof. P.V. Manenkov (Kazan).

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):99-101
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Problems of the pathology of the adrenal glands

Salihov I.G.


Prof. NA Yudaev reported on the biochemistry and biosynthesis of adrenal cortex hormones. Corticosteroids are formed here with the participation of ascorbic acid and enzymes from cholesterol and acetate.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):101-102
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Problems of Epidemic Hepatitis

Bashirova D.K., Vasilieva N.P., Garkavi O.I.


Despite the abundance of experimental studies, recently the study of the etiology of Botkin's hepatitis has not yielded significantly new data.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):104-106
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Occupational health and pathology issues in the chemical industry

Caur G.Y.


The reports were devoted to the issues of occupational health and occupational pathology in the chemical industry, as well as the sanitary protection of atmospheric air, the Volga River and soil from pollution by industrial emissions and industrial wastewater.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):106-107
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Society of Neuropathologists and Psychiatrists of the TASSR in 1965

Andreev V.P., Mendelevich D.M.


On 1/1 of 1966, 102 psychiatrists and 63 neuropathologists are members of the society.In 1965 there were 11 meetings of the society.

Kazan medical journal. 1966;47(4):107-107
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