Vol 63, No 2 (1982)

The problem of reducing and eliminating infectious diseases in the TASSR

Enaleeva D.S., Goncharova M.I.


From the first days of the existence of the young Soviet Republic, along with economic devastation, it was threatened by an equally insidious enemy - epidemics that covered vast territories and reached extraordinary intensity. In the general picture of social upheavals of that time, epidemics occupied one of the first places. Only in the Tatar Republic in 1920, according to far from complete data, there were about 3 thousand patients with smallpox, 90 thousand patients with typhus, 14 thousand patients with relapsing fever. In Kazan in 1917-1919. 54% of workers have had malaria. In 1921, a cholera epidemic affected 12 thousand people, of whom 40% died.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):1-3
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Outbreak of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

Aminov D.G., Vishev A.I., Akhmedov M.G.


An outbreak of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome among children and staff of a pioneer camp located in an endemic area is described. 63 people have been ill - 49 children and 14 adults. The main cause of the outbreak was the poor-quality execution of forest deratization. With the full scope of measures for epidemic indications, the incidence stopped. Typical diagnostic errors are presented.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):3-5
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The course and outcomes of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome during prednisolone therapy

Kustarnikov G.K., Osintseva V.S., Pimenov L.T.


The effectiveness of prednisolone therapy in the acute period of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome is considered. The outcomes of this disease were traced in dynamics after 1, 3, 6, 9, 12 months, 2-3 years and 6-8 years in 40 patients with moderate and 30 patients with severe disease. It was stated that prednisolone has a positive effect on reducing the timing of relief of symptoms of intoxication, the disappearance of pathological elements from urine sediment in the acute period and on the timing of restoration of the functional state of the kidneys in the long term.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):5-7
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The state of acid-base balance and electrolyte metabolism in patients with hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome

Chukavina A.I., Motyreva A.I., Gorlov V.T.


Examination of 167 patients with hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome revealed regular changes in acid-base balance and electrolyte metabolism. They were mutually correlated and corresponded to the severity of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):8-10
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Method for the determination of immune complexes by reaction with polyethylene glycol

Molotilov B.A., Mayansky A.N., Pozdnyak N.D., Samerkhanova L.C.


A study of circulating immune complexes was carried out using a reaction with polyethylene glycol. The method turned out to be simple, highly sensitive and affordable for any clinical laboratory with a photoelectric colorimeter. Analysis of the survey data of 115 healthy donors, 63 patients with rheumatoid arthritis and 16 patients with systemic lupus erythematosus made it possible to establish the level of circulating immune complexes in health and disease. The circulating immune complexes were studied in patients with rheumatism and chronic tonsillitis. To assess the results of the reaction, human aggregated gamma globulin (manufactured by Kazan NIIEM) was used.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):10-13
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Clinical value of the determination of anticardial antibodies in patients with acute myocardial infarction

Pozdnyak N.D., Efremova I.V.


In 281 patients with acute myocardial infarction, the titer of anticardial antibodies was studied using the indirect immunofluorescence method of Koons. With adequate, immunological reactivity, the height of anticardial-antibody titers reflects the extent of necrotic myocardial damage. Their earliest appearance in blood serum (1-2 days of illness) was observed with repeated and recurrent myocardial infarction. Dissociation between the magnitude of necrotic myocardial damage and a low level of anticardial antibodies indicates a "breakdown" of the protective immunological mechanisms and has an unfavorable prognostic value.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):13-16
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Results of an epidemiological study of ischemic heart disease and arterial hypertension among industrial workers

Trusov V.V., Shinkareva I.A., Plastinina R.A., Oleinik N.A., Sapranov B.N., Barenbaum E.S., Nikolaeva V.N.


Abstract. Epidemiological studies have been carried out in order to clarify the frequency of various risk factors and their combinations in IHD and arterial hypertension, which provided valuable information for the development of scientifically based measures for mass and individual primary and secondary prevention of IHD and arterial hypertension. Effective primary prevention measures at a young age should occupy a special place in the health improvement system for workers and employees.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):16-19
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The effectiveness of differentiated treatment of patients with essential hypertension

Panfilov Y.A., Kryukov N.N., Baibursyan E.D.


Abstract. Depending on the hemodynamic type and state of the kallikreinkinin 'blood system, differential treatment of 246 hypertensive patients was carried out using the beta-blocker anaprilin and the peripheral arteriolar vasodilator apressin. A pronounced hypotensive effect was observed in 82.5% of patients. In patients who underwent differential treatment, a decrease in blood pressure was observed 3.2 days earlier than in patients who were treated empirically; hospitalization terms were reduced by an average of 2.5 bed-days.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):19-21
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Physiological rehabilitation of students with borderline arterial hypertension by means of physical culture

Sitdikov F.G., Bondar S.B.


Abstract. The results of a survey of 130 students are presented. arterial hypertension was diagnosed during the initial medical examination. The most depressive types of physical exercises, walking and running for students with arterial hypertension were established. It is shown that among students with high blood pressure, along with other physical activities, exercises of a static nature are also hypotensive. The classes that are most adequate for this contingent of persons, contributing to the restoration of functional disorders of hemodynamics, primarily blood pressure indicators, have been determined. Developed and tested a differentiated, scientifically grounded methodology of classes for students with borderline arterial hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):22-25
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Labile globulins of blood serum in hypertension and chronic nephritis

Akhmerov S.F.


Abstract. In 245 patients with essential hypertension and chronic nephritis, labile globulins in the blood were examined. The change in the total content and ratio of the fractions of these proteins was established depending on the course, clinical form and severity of the disease. Determination of labile globulins can be used to monitor the dynamics of complications of hypertension, disease and activity of chronic nephritis, as well as in the differential diagnosis of these diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):25-28
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Differential diagnosis of pulmonary dissemination

Slepova R.I., Arkhipov M.I., Kazakova V.I.


Of 93 patients with pulmonary dissemination, directed to clarify the etiology of the disease, 18 had disseminated pulmonary tuberculosis, and the rest 75 had nonspecific dissemination of the lungs. Among them, the largest group consisted of patients with sarcoidosis (22), blastomatous process (16), nonspecific diseases (13), pneumoconiosis (10). In 14 patients, rare forms of pulmonary dissemination were found. When clarifying the nature of pulmonary dissemination, one should take into account the clinical and radiological features of the disease in comparison with the data of laboratory and functional examination of the patient. In difficult cases, it is necessary to resort to a puncture or open biopsy of the lung.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):28-30
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The functional state of the myocardium and pulmonary hemodynamics after the elimination of atrial fibrillation

Uzbekova L.I., Arleevsky I.P.


The structure of ventricular systole and pulmonary rheogram in atrial fibrillation and after restoration of sinus rhythm were studied in 49 patients. Atrial fibrillation is accompanied by a decrease in myocardial contractile function and pulmonary hypertension. After the reversion of the sinus rhythm, the phase shifts of the systole structure and the symptoms of pulmonary hypertension significantly decreased, some of the indicators returned to normal. The best results were achieved with the use of electro-impulse therapy, which makes it possible to consider this method more beneficial in comparison with quinidine therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):30-33
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Clinical and immunological aspects of the spa treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Trofimova R.I.


The parameters of cellular and humoral immunity were studied in 160 patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Immunodeficiency of T-lymphocytes was found in 41% of patients with minimal and in 67% of patients with an average degree of activity of rheumatoid arthritis, on the basis of which various complexes of spa treatment of this disease were developed.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):33-35
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The use of methyluracil and levamisole in patients with diabetes mellitus

Morugova T.V.


The inclusion of methyluracil in the complex treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus leads to a more pronounced increase in the phagocytic index and a slight increase in the titers of natural agglutinins and antibodies to alpha-staphyllisin. Levamisole significantly increases the content of T-lymphocytes. As a stimulant of immunity in diabetes mellitus, it is more advisable to use methyluracil, which is an anabolic and antioxidant.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):35-37
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Characteristics of the functional state of the kidneys in patients with syphilis

Korobeinikova E.A., Shinsky G.E., Trusov V.V.


A comprehensive study of renal function in patients with early forms of syphilis revealed a decrease in tubular secretion and a decrease in effective renal plasma flow in one third of the examined. The possibility of preferential damage to one of the kidneys was established in half of the patients. The therapy in general had a normalizing effect on kidney function. Temporarily decreased tubular secretion and effective renal plasma flow after pyrotherapy normalized or significantly improved by the end of treatment in comparison with the baseline data.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):37-39
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Biochemical and histochemical assessment of iron balance in patients with iron deficiency anemia

Abdulkadyrov K.M., Andrianova I.G., Belyakova T.A.


The study of iron metabolism in 30 patients with iron deficiency anemia treated with ferbitol. In patients who did not have increased blood loss, after treatment with ferbitol, the biochemical parameters of iron metabolism and the number of sideroblasts normalized; an iron-containing pigment was found in the reticular cells of the bone marrow. In patients with chronic posthemorrhagic anemia, with satisfactory biochemical parameters and a sufficient number of sideroblasts, the iron-containing pigment was absent in the reticular cells. The most accurate information on the usefulness of remission in patients with iron deficiency anemia, including the restoration of iron stores, was provided by histochemical determination of ferritin in the reticular cells of the bone marrow stroma.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):40-42
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Correction of hemodynamics of the pelvic organs in patients with uterine myoma

Tebelev B.G.


116 patients with uterine myoma before and 69 after hormonal-drug treatment were examined by the method of rheopelveography. Changes in hemodynamics and vascular tone of the pelvic organs were revealed, depending on the leading symptoms of the disease (pain, tumor growth, hypermenstrual syndrome). Taking into account rheographic indices made it possible to differentially prescribe antispasmodics and oxytotic drugs. Differentiated treatment helped improve the clinical course of the disease and normalize the hemodynamics of the pelvic organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):43-45
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Choosing a needle for intravital transluminal aortography

Musin M.F., Zamaletdinov A.A., Mamaev V.E., Malinovsky M.N., Nizamutdinova A.A.


Based on the analysis of 158 intravital transluminal aortographic examinations carried out by 6 types of puncture needles, it was found that the I-13 needle, intended for cardiac punctures, is the most rational for transluminal aortography. The technique of puncture of the aorta with this needle has been developed.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):45-47
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Condition of the soleus muscle center of the immobilized human limb

Pleshchinsky I.N., Alatyrev V.I., Yunaleeva S.A., Khasanova L.G., Davydova M.S., Mortazina V.G.


The effect of immobilization of the lower limb on the state of the soleus muscle center and its electrical activity was studied. Using the H-reflex technique, a decrease in the reflex excitability of motoneurons and an increase in recurrent inhibition on the immobilization side compared to the intact side were established. A decrease in the amplitude of the M-response of the immobilized soleus muscle was also found.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):47-49
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Staphylococcal infection with scarlet fever syndrome

Khabibullina S.X.


Of 843 children admitted to the scarlet fever and diagnostic department, 45 (5.3%) were diagnosed with staphylococcal infection with scarlet fever syndrome. It should be noted that the predominant age in this disease was over 7 years of age (28 children out of 45). The diagnosis in all patients was established only in the hospital after a thorough clarification of anamnestic data (the presence of a primary purulent focus, catarrh syndrome of the upper respiratory tract), a clinical examination using bacteriological and serological methods in the dynamics of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):50-50
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Catamnesis of meningococcal infection in children

Davydov V.Y.


The problem of rehabilitation of persons who have had meningococcal infection is relevant, and is of certain scientific and practical interest. In this work, we. we present the results of the analysis of extracts from the case histories and dispensary examination cards of 799 convalescents of meningococcal infection - 447 boys and 352 girls who underwent the disease at the age of several months / jo 15 years (348 - up to 5 years old, 278 - from 6 to 10 years old and 173 - from AND to 15 years) and came * for examination 1-2 years after discharge from the 1st infectious diseases hospital in Kazan.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):51-51
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Indicators of the kinin blood system in severe forms of acute respiratory viral infections in children

Anokhin V.A., Tsaregorodtsev A.D.


The aim of this work was to study the parameters of the components of the kinin blood system in children with severe forms of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) with neurotoxicosis syndrome. 55 children with ARVI (aged from 1 to 6 months - 14, from 6 months to 1 year - 18, from 1 to 3 years - 11, from 3 to 7 years - 12). 38 patients were admitted in the first three days of illness, 12 - on 4-5 days and 5 - at a later date. 30 children had a severe form of acute respiratory viral infection and 25 - moderate. Adenovirus infection was diagnosed in 14 patients, influenza - in 16, parainfluenza - in 7, MS-viral infection in 5, mixed viral infection - in 13. The control group consisted of 10 apparently healthy children.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):51-52
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Succinate dehydrogenase, phosphatase * and leukocyte glycogen in the dynamics of adenovirus infection in newborns

Pikuza O.I., Gurevich E.P.


The objective of our study was to study the indicators of oxidative and hydrolytic enzymes of blood leukocytes in the dynamics of adenovirus infection in comparison with the duration of circulation of adenoviruses in the body. For this purpose, the activity of acid and alkaline phosphatase (AP and ALP), succinate dehydrogenase (SDH), the content of glycogen (G) in leukocytes, as well as the duration of the luminescence of adenoviral antigen in epithelial cells of the nose were determined by direct immunofluorescence. In addition, a serological study of paired blood sera from the same patients was carried out by staging a complement fixation reaction (CSC).

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):52-53
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The therapeutic effect of remantadine in acute respiratory viral infections

Syrodoeva L.G., Rumel N.B., Vasina R.G., Romanov Y.A.


During the epidemic of influenza AI in 1977-1978. in three outpatient clinics in Leningrad, clinical and immunological observations were carried out during the early treatment of patients with influenza and acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) with remantadine or antigrippin. The drugs were prescribed to outpatients with a pronounced clinical picture of the disease from the first day of their seeking medical help. 317 ARVI patients received 50 mg remantadine three times a day, and 117 took antigrayppin one powder three times a day for 3-5 days.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):53-54
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The role of gastrin in the development of diarrhea in patients with acute dysentery

Ryabov V.I., Vakhrushev Y.M.


Our task was to study the level of gastrin in the blood plasma of patients with acute dysentery and some indirect indicators of the transport of water and salts in the small intestine of these patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):54-54
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A case of typhoid fever with multiple repeated perforations of the small intestine

Bugakova G.N., Biryukova G.I., Sharapov V.F.


T., 21 years old, navigator of the oil fleet, was admitted to the clinic for infectious diseases on the 9th day of illness with complaints of headache, chills, fever, lack of appetite, small diffuse pain and rumbling in the abdomen, loose stools without pathological impurities 1-2 times From the first day of illness, the temperature was constantly in the range of 39.2-40 °, there was a headache, loss of appetite. By the end of the first week, there were abdominal pains and infrequent loose stools. He first consulted a doctor on the 9th day of illness and was sent to a hospital with a diagnosis of typhoid fever.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):55-56
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Circulating immune complexes in patients with acute infectious hepatitis

Samerkhanova L.C.


We studied the content of circulating immune complexes in the blood serum of patients with acute infectious hepatitis in the dynamics of the disease, depending on the form of the severity of the process. The study was carried out according to a modified method in the precipitation reaction with polyethylene glycol (PEG reaction). The results were expressed in μg / ml of aggregated gamma globulin. 151 patients with acute infectious hepatitis of the icteric form, mild and moderate (age of patients - from 16 to 30 years) were under observation. The first studies in all patients were carried out on the 1-6th day from the onset of jaundice, in the period of the further course of the disease, before discharge from the hospital and one month after it. The diagnosis of infectious hepatitis was made on the basis of generally accepted criteria using liver function tests. The Australian antigen was not detected in the patients' blood. Patients were treated according to the severity of infectious hepatitis. None of the patients we observed were prescribed glucocorticosteroids.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):56-57
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Mycoses of the brain

Karpel G.G., Molchanov V.V., Gorfinkel R.Y., Zaitseva O.A.


Mycoses of the brain are considered rare diseases of the central nervous system, although it is wide. the use of antibacterial drugs has increased the risk of developing some mycoses. In connection with the need to increase mycological alertness of doctors, in particular, neuropathologists, our observation is of interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):57-58
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The role of synovectomy in the rehabilitation of patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Zvereva K.V., Sokolov L.N., Ermolina V.Y.


In order to determine the role of synovectomy in the rehabilitation of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the results of observations of 60 patients (75% of operated patients) aged 16 to 58 years (43 women and 17 men) were summarized. We determined the efficacy of synovectomy based on two follow-up periods: the nearest one - from 6 months to 1 year, and the long-term one - from 2 to 6 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):58-59
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Aortic dissecting aneurysm, simulating thrombosis of the aortic bifurcation

Avdeev I.I., Shvedov S.A.


S., 44 years old, delivered on 1/19/1981 at 9:30 pm by an ambulance resuscitation team in a critical condition with a diagnosis of thromboembolism of the aortic bifurcation, grade III hypertension, hypertensive crisis. For 15 years he has been suffering from hypertensive disease, he had hypertensive crises three times.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):59-59
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Low molecular weight urine proteins in cardiac pathology

Ryabinina L.N.


To study the nature of proteinuria in the pathology of the cardiovascular system, we used disk electrophoresis in polyacrylamide gel in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate. The urine was subjected to electrophoresis without prior preservation. When the protein content in urine is less than 0.3 g / l, it was concentrated 16-30 times with polyethylene glycol. Densitometry of gel pillars was performed on an EPI-65M apparatus (GDR). The glomerular-tubular protein ratio (GTPK) was also calculated.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):60-61
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Comparative assessment of transillumination and X-ray angiographic techniques for the study of angioarchitectonics

Konstantinov V.K.


The aim of our work was to compare the information content, advantages and disadvantages of transillumination non-contrast angioscopy (-graphic), contrast (pigmentary) angioscopy (-graphic) and X-ray hiography. The object of the study was the left half of the colon.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):61-62
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Effect of plasmapheresis on the blood coagulation system

Kryazhev L.N., Konyukhov S.G.


The state of the hemocoagulation system after the plasmapheresis procedure was studied in 33 donors, from whom an average of 250 + 20 ml of plasma was withdrawn per procedure. For plasmapheresis, glass bottles with a capacity of 500 ml were used, containing 100 ml of the hemoconservative TsOLIPK-76 without chloramphenicol. In the period between the exfusion of blood (400 ml) and the reinfusion of a suspension of uniform elements, the donor was dripped with 100–150 ml of saline to preserve patency and a needle.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):62-63
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The state of blood clotting and fibrinolysis in urolithiasis

Sokratov N.V., Ashirov R.S.


We studied blood clotting and fibrinolysis indices in 16 patients with urolithiasis with compensated renal function (10 men and 6 women aged 20 to 46 years). The control group consisted of 12 apparently healthy donors aged 20 to 40 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):63-63
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Surgical treatment of hereditary microspherocytic hemolytic anemia

Bashkov Y.A., Donskov V.G., Zagumennova I.A.


Hereditary microspherocytic hemolytic anemia - Minkowski-Shoffard's disease - is one of the diseases in which splenectomy gives a pronounced and lasting effect. From 1965 to 1976, we observed 88 patients with hepatolienal syndrome combined with anemia. 42 of them (males - 24, females - 18; age - from 1 year to 46 years) were diagnosed with hereditary microspherocytic hemolytic anemia.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):63-64
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Effect of home exercise on accommodation in initial myopia

Beletskaya L.V.


We analyzed the effect on visual acuity, refraction, and accommodation of accommodation exercises carried out at home during a month in 664 schoolchildren aged 10-14 years with myopia 1.0-3.0 D.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):64-65
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The use of mummy in medical practice

Anisimov V.E., Shakirzyanova R.M.


Shilajit as a remedy has been known in oriental medicine for more than 3 thousand years. Its use in medical practice was widespread in Arabia, Iran, Central Asia, Tibet, India. In ancient manuscripts, written in various languages of the peoples of Central Asia, the Near and Middle East, mummy is unanimously assessed as a substance that has healing properties for many human diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):65-68
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Method for biomicrography of skin vessels

Medvedev V.N.


The described method of biomicroangiography using a "skin window". Descriptions of equipment and research methods are given.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):69-70
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Ivan Alexandrovich Praksin

Epifanov N.S.


Among the outstanding surgeons of the late XIX - early century I. A. Praksin holds a prominent place. But it so happened that his life and work are almost not reflected in the medical literature, our contemporaries know little about him.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):70-71
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Mediator mechanisms of respiration regulation and their correction in extreme conditions

Bazarevich T.Y., Bogdanovich U.Y., Volkova I.N.


The monograph is devoted to the role of mediator systems in the regulation of respiration in normal conditions, in trauma and inflammatory processes of the abdominal cavity. It contains extensive literature information on the problem under study with a critical discussion of the latter and a detailed analysis of the results of our own research. Of particular interest are methodological techniques that allow disrupting the synthesis of mediators or creating an excess of them in the body. The work makes it possible to more clearly understand the relationship of the main mediator systems: adrenal, choline and serotonergic, their influence on respiratory function, energy metabolism, acid-base state, adrenal cortex function in various extreme conditions.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):71-73
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Emergency surgery

Kochnev O.S.


As indicated in the preface to the publication, the purpose of the book is to help the doctor in an acute shortage of time to quickly orient himself in the choice of optimal diagnostic techniques, the method of preparing for the operation and performing the surgery itself. * The book consists of 14 chapters that cover all the main issues of emergency surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):73-74
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Congresses and conferences


On 23 24 / XII 1981 in Izhevsk the Republican Scientific and Practical Conference was held, dedicated to topical issues of magnetobiology and magnetotherapy. The following problems were discussed: general theoretical issues of magnetobiology and magnetotherapy, magnetotherapy of injuries and diseases of the vessels and the musculoskeletal system, magnetotherapy in the clinic of internal, nervous, gynecological, eye and ENT diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):74-75
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Professor Foat Shakirovich Sharafislamov


The scientific and medical community of Kazan and the TASSR suffered a heavy loss: on November 5, 1981, after a serious and prolonged illness, the head of the department of topographic anatomy and operative surgery of the Kazan State Pedagogical University named after V.I. IN AND. Lenin, Honored Scientist of the TASSR, Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences Foat Shakirovich Sharafislamov.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):78-78
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By the decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR for merits in scientific and pedagogical activities to the doctor of medical sciences, professor Sigal Moishe Zelmanovich, head of the department of the Kazan State Institute for Advanced Training of Doctors. VI Lenin of the USSR Ministry of Health, awarded the honorary title of Honored Scientist of the RSFSR.

Kazan medical journal. 1982;63(2):77-77
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