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Vol 36, No 5 (1940)

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35th anniversary of the Kazan medical journal
Lepsky E.M.
Abstract

The first book of the "Kazan Medical Journal" was published 40 years ago - in January 1901. If we take into account the five-year break in the publication of the journal (1916—20), then the "Kazan Medical Journal" has 35 years of existence.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):6-10
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The choice of the method of surgical intervention for gastric and duodenal ulcers
Sokolov N.V.
Abstract

Until the etiology and pathogenesis of gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers are accurately established, it is difficult to talk about the development and selection of a completely rational and completely scientifically substantiated method of treating these diseases. It must be admitted that surgical treatment is not causal in relation to gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer. It is aimed at the ulcer or its consequences, as a local process.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):11-16
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On the question of the function of the cardiac part of the digestive tract in humans
Shubin V.N.
Abstract

Dysfunction of the cardiac part of the digestive tract continues to be of deep interest to clinicians.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):16-18
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To the clinic of fistulas of the stomach and colon
Voikhansky D.E.
Abstract

Gastro-colon fistula as a rare complication of stomach cancer, tuberculous peritonitis and stomach abscess was described by Murchinson in 1857. The author found in the literature for 300 years only 33 cases of such fistulas. Most of the cases arose on the basis of gastric cancer, which grew into the transverse colon and gave, after disintegration in the center, a fistula between the stomach and intestine.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):19-22
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Experience of using hexenal anesthesia in the clinic and in the conditions of the rear hospital
Lyubina N.I.
Abstract

Modern surgery has numerous methods and means of pain relief. This gives the doctor the opportunity to personalize their use. If the question of individualization in medicine plays an important role, then the method of choosing anesthesia is also of great importance.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):22-28
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Closure of nasal wing defects by free lip transplantation
Smirnov S.A.
Abstract

The most popular and very convenient plastic material for replacing defects in the lower part of the nose is the auricle, pieces of which are equally readily used either in the form of free plastic or for transplantation using the feeding stem.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):28-32
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Study of the fragility of blood capillaries in cardiovascular insufficiency and other pathological conditions
Levina T.A.
Abstract

Our research is aimed at elucidating the effect of cardiovascular insufficiency on the wall of blood capillaries. We consider the latter, on the one hand, as a part of the bloodstream, and on the other, as peripheral tissue, the vital activity of which “lungs” must undoubtedly undergo a number of significant changes under the influence of disturbed hemodynamics.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):32-37
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On the question of paragilus tuberculosis in adults
Miller F.P.
Abstract

In the modern therapeutic clinic, among the differential diagnostic issues, the issues of pulmonary tuberculosis are of paramount importance; and among the latter, paragilus tuberculosis comes to the fore, as a difficult to diagnose, relatively benign, rather easily treatable form, which is at the same time the starting point for all subsequent more malignant forms of pulmonary tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):37-41
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On the cold variety of chronic miliary tuberculosis
Agrikolyansky B.N.
Abstract

In broad medical circles, the concept of miliary tuberculosis is associated with the concept of a severe, fast-paced and almost always fatal disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):42-45
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About breast tuberculosis
Dykhno A.M.
Abstract

The extensive surgical literature on breast diseases concerns mainly malignant tumors; to a lesser extent - acute inflammatory processes and a number of other diseases of the gland (syphilis, echinococcus, and even benign tumors) are not sufficiently covered.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):45-49
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On the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis of the tongue
Aydarov A.A.
Abstract

Tuberculosis of the tongue is rare in clinical practice.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):49-52
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To the question of uterine chorion-epithelioma
Kogan S.E.
Abstract

The first indication of a tumor of this kind we meet in the case observed by Meckel and described in the dissertation of Gerasimus Constantinus de Gregorini in 1795 under the name of uterine hydatid.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):52-56
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Therapy for incomplete and febrile miscarriage
Burunsky A.S.
Abstract

The question of the treatment of incomplete miscarriage, in particular febrile one, has a long history, nevertheless, the debate about the best way to manage this miscarriage continues to this day.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):56-60
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Treatment of incomplete miscarriages
Stalsky Y.I.
Abstract

Treatment of incomplete miscarriages seems to be one of the most pressing issues of modern obstetrics.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):60-64
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To the question of external dacryocystorhinostomy
Novikova E.F.
Abstract

The operation to remove the lacrimal sac, which received all the rights of citizenship in the second half of the 19th century, has proven itself from the best side in terms of eliminating the phenomena of dacryocystitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):65-70
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About relapses of giardiasis after acriquinotherapy
Vinnikov M.E.
Abstract

Until recent years, the treatment of giardiasis, which is widespread in humans and animals, seemed extremely disappointing.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):70-73
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Literary editor's notes
Shapiro G.D.
Abstract

It is no coincidence that from time to time articles appear in medical journals sounding the alarm about the poor literary presentation of medical books and magazines.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):74-82
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A case of threatening gastrointestinal bleeding due to chronic gastritis
Trukhalev I.A.
Abstract

One of the complications of peptic ulcer disease is life-threatening gastrointestinal bleeding, which gives, both with conservative treatment and with surgery, for most surgeons - the percentage of mortality, calculated in the tens, has not yet received any definite, strictly established principle of "treatment".

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):83-85
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Perforation of a stomach ulcer during an attack of appendicitis
Sandukovsky I.E.
Abstract

The simultaneous presence of appendicitis and stomach ulcers or duodenal ulcers, based on Grekov's opinion on the spasm of the Bauhinia valve and the gatekeeper, is often found in medical practice. But the development of gastric ulcer perforation during an attack of acute appendicitis occurs, as Althausen points out, very rarely.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):86-87
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Treatment of Bang's disease with blood transfusion
Polikarpov S.V.
Abstract

Bang's disease (brucellosis), while not widespread, nevertheless often occurs in a number of regions of the Soviet Union (Western Siberia, the Urals, the Lower Volga, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):87-88
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On the development of pernicious anemia after gastric resection
Orlova G.A.
Abstract

The connection between the gastrointestinal tract and the hematopoietic system has attracted attention for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):89-93
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Obstetrics textbook
Vydrin M.L.
Abstract

State published by the BSSR. Minsk, 1938, 291 pages of text and 159 st. drawings. Price 8 rubles. 50 kopecks

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):93-94
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Human Anatomy Atlas
Vorobiev V.P.
Abstract

Medgiz, 1938. Prepared for publication by prof. R.D.Sinelnikov, the 1st volume, well-published on fine paper with clear clichés, covers the first 2 departments of anatomy: osteology and syndesmology. Osteology is 158 pages, syndesmology is 190 pages.

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):94-96
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P.P. Sementovsky
Ushakov A.
Abstract

In July 1940, at the age of 76, one of the oldest surgeons of the Volga region, Pavel Petrovich Sementovsky, died

Kazan medical journal. 1940;36(5):96-96
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