Vol 49, No 3 (1968)

DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE USSR
Chakin S.A.
Abstract

It is known that in Russia, in contrast to the countries of Western Europe, higher medical education began to develop much later. If in Italy and France the training of doctors began in the XV-XVI centuries. then in Russia the first medical faculty (at Moscow University) was opened a little more than 200 years ago, that is, in 1764.

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ABOUT RELAPAROTOMY
Ageev A.F., Volkov V.E., Fedotov S.D.
Abstract

The question of indications for relaparotomy after intra-abdominal interventions remains unresolved [1, 2, 3, 5, 6]. The outcome of re-intervention is largely determined by the timing of the operation from the moment of complication. Therefore, a decision in each individual case must be made in a timely manner.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):1-4
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ON RELAPAROTOMY IN EARLY POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS
Evtushenko L.M., Sluckaya M.P.
Abstract

The surgeon's tactics for acute complications after operations on the abdominal organs have been revised in recent years. If until recently the preference was given to the methods of conservative therapy, now more and more opinions are expressed about the benefits of early and, if possible, radical surgical treatment of these complications [1, 2, 3, 4].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):4-5
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INDICATIONS FOR EMERGENCY RELAPAROTOMIES FOR COMPLICATIONS AFTER GASTRIC RESECTION
Vlasova N.A.
Abstract

Gastric resection is currently a recognized method of treating patients with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):5-7
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LONG-TERM RESULTS OF SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH GASTRIC ULTRA AND DUELOUS
Kravchenko P.V., Salihov I.A., Tihonova T.P.
Abstract

Gastric resection for ulcers is a generally recognized radical method of surgical treatment. The number of patients who underwent this operation is large. After the operation, new anatomical and physiological conditions are created, the study of which is of great importance in assessing the operation and compensatory adaptive mechanisms.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):7-8
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COMPLEX THERAPY FOR ACUTE PERITONITIS OF DIFFERENT ETIOLOGY
Vyaselev R.A., Salihov I.A., Tihonova T.P.
Abstract

The results of treatment of patients with peritonitis in recent years have improved markedly, but the mortality rate from this disease is still significant (according to a number of authors - 5-10% or more).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):8-9
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STATE OF PROTEIN FRACTIONS AND LIPOPROTHEIDS OF BLOOD SERUM IN PERITONITIS
Vyaselev R.A., Muhamedov Z.A.
Abstract

At present, much attention is paid to the study of protein fractions and lipoproteins of blood serum in various pathological conditions.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):9-10
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TO THE CLINIC OF EXTENSIVE HEMATOMA OF THE ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL
Skvoznikov B.F.
Abstract

We observed 3 patients with hematomas of the anterior abdominal wall.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):11-12
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DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSTICS OF PERFECTED GASTRODUODENAL ULTRASONS AND ACUTE APPENDICITIS
Pevcov I.L.
Abstract

Of the 623 people operated on in the department for perforations, 31 were taken to the treatment table with an erroneous diagnosis of acute appendicitis. The aim of the work is to try to find out the reasons for the mistakes.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):12-14
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RADIOTELEMETRIC STUDY OF TEMPERATURE IN THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Shevchenko I.A.
Abstract

The methods of studying the gastrointestinal tract currently used have significant drawbacks. Often, the study causes unpleasant, sometimes painful sensations in the patient. It is not always possible to obtain information about such important physiological data as temperature, pressure, acidity in the stomach and intestines.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):14-17
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APPLICATION OF A SEMI-FLEXIBLE BIOPTION GASTROSCOPE IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF GASTRIC CANCER
Sokolov L.K., Codikov G.V.
Abstract

Currently, there are two types of biopsies of the gastric mucosa: blind aspiration using a flexible probe and guided under visual control through a gastroscope.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):17-19
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ON THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF GASTROBIOPIA IN CHRONIC DISEASES OF THE STOMACH
Sobolev P.I., Ishenko I.K., Onufriev L.S., Uskov V.I.
Abstract

In recent years, studies of the functional state of the stomach in chronic diseases, based on physiological principles, due to insufficient efficiency, especially for nosological diagnostics, are supplemented by the study of the morphological structures of the gastric mucosa.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):19-21
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COMBINED DAMAGE TO THE ORGANS OF THE CHEST AND ABDOMINAL CAVITY
Nikolaev G.M., Ostroumov A.B., Markov A.I.
Abstract

In most cases, damage to the organs of the thoracic and abdominal cavities is combined with damage to the bones and retroperitoneal organs. With such combined injuries, there is a high mortality rate.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):21-23
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TRANSILLUMINATION STUDY DURING OPERATIONS ON THE EXTRAHEATERAL GALLERY AND GALL BLADDER
Sigal M.Z., Dryajenkov G.I.
Abstract

During operations on the extrahepatic bile ducts and gallbladder, there are a number of difficulties in elucidating the nature and localization of the pathological process.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):23-26
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ON TERMS AND TECHNIQUES OF SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC HEMATOGENIC OSTEOMYELITIS
Nikitenko I.K.
Abstract

Basically, surgery for chronic osteomyelitis consists of the removal of non-viable bone tissue from the osteomyelitis cavity and replacement of the bone defect. The technique of performing necrectomy at different stages is very different.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):26-28
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PHLEBOGRAPHY FOR DISEASES OF THE VINES OF THE LIMBS
Musin M.F.
Abstract

Contrast examination of extremity veins has been proposed for a long time [4, 10, 14], however, the complexity and difficulty of interpreting vascular images on a radiograph limit its application. The boundaries of the diagnostic capabilities of venography have not been sufficiently studied.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):28-29
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ON SOME SIGNS OF HEMORRHAGIC AND THROMBOTIC STROKE
Delaru V.V.
Abstract

Differentiation between intracerebral hemorrhage and cerebral thrombosis is based on the clinical picture and features of stroke [2, 6, 8].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):29-31
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ABOUT PARASITIC DISEASES OF THE BRAIN
Grinberg S.A.
Abstract

Cysticercosis of the brain was first described by Virchow in 1860, and then by Grisinger in 1862.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):31-32
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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF AN AGENT MICROBE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF THE INFECTIOUS PROCESS
Sherashorina S.A., Shub G.M.
Abstract

As indicated in the program report of the XIV All-Union Congress of Epidemiologists, Microbiologists and Infectious Diseases, “the clinical signs of infectious diseases are an increase in the number of lungs, an increase in atypical forms and a decrease in severe forms against the background of a persistent decrease in mortality” [6].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):32-34
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AUTOIMMUNE PROCESSES IN EPIDEMIC HEPATITIS
Urchenko I.G.
Abstract

At present, the question of the presence of anti-hepatic antibodies in the blood of patients with epidemic hepatitis is quite widely covered in the works of both domestic and foreign authors (McKay and Gaidusek, 1958; N. B. Proskuryakova, 1961; S. O. Avsarkisyan, 1963; V. M. Shubik, 1963; Kellen, 1964), but there is no consensus on the pathogenetic role of autoimmunogenesis, especially during the transition of acute forms to chronic forms: it is not clear whether autoimmune processes underlie destructive changes in the liver or are their consequences.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):34-36
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EXPERIENCE OF USING THE GALACTOSE SAMPLE FOR ASSESSING THE SEVERITY OF BOTKIN'S INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS
Belov G.F.
Abstract

Determining the severity of the course of infectious hepatitis is a rather difficult task in the clinic. It is the absence of objective criteria for its assessment that can explain the fact that a number of authors, including N.I. Nisevich and B.G.Shirvindt (1964), consider infectious hepatitis as a disease that proceeds mainly in a mild or moderate form.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):36-37
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EFFECT OF PREDISOLONE ON ARTERIAL TONE IN PATIENTS WITH INFECTIOUS HEPATITIS
Levina L.D., Plotnikov V.I.
Abstract

Damage to the cardiovascular system with a predominant impairment of the functional state of the vessels is an almost integral part of the clinical picture of acute infectious diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):37-39
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TO THE QUESTION ABOUT THE DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE INTRASKINAL TEST WITH AUTOSEUM IN BOTKIN'S DISEASE
Galeeva R.K.
Abstract

Recently, many authors [3, 4, 7] attach a certain diagnostic value to an intradermal test with their own blood serum of patients with Botkin's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):39-40
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COURSE OF EPIDEMIC PAROTITIS IN CHILDREN WITH BOTKIN'S DISEASE
Vasilieva N.P., Bashirova D.K., Valeeva M.G.
Abstract

We were able to observe a number of sporadic cases and local outbreaks of mumps in children with jaundice. Of the 67 children (age - from 2 to 8 years), 42 were from children's institutions, 25 were unorganized.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):40-41
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THE IMPORTANCE OF AUTOIMMUNE PROCESSES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LEUKOPENIA AND THROMBOCYTOPENIA IN THE TREATMENT OF ABDOMINAL TYPHUS WITH VACCINE AND LEVOMYCETIN
Timina V.P.
Abstract

The question of the pathogenesis of leukopenia and thrombocytopenia, which are important diagnostic signs of typhoid fever, is of great interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):42-43
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CLINIC AND SOME EXCHANGE DISORDERS IN UNCOMPLICATED FLU COURSE
Reznik A.E., Ged G.I., Suvorova G.I., Samerhanova K.B., Perelstein S.B., Davidof V.Y., KOvalerchik M.I.
Abstract

In January - March 1965 in Kazan there was a large outbreak of influenza, which was a reflection of the epidemic that swept the Soviet Union and a number of other countries.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):43-45
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TO THE PATHOGENESIS OF ECLAMPSIC ATTACK
Freidlin I.I.
Abstract

Many works are devoted to the pathogenesis of an eclampsic attack. Nevertheless, there is still a lot of unclear in the mechanism of the seizure occurrence.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):45-46
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ABOUT METHODS OF LATE INTERRUPTION OF PREGNANCY FOR MEDICAL INDICATIONS
Binemson S.B.
Abstract

We have analyzed material on late termination of pregnancy (up to 28 weeks) in 1140 women, including maternity hospital No. 24 in Moscow for 8 years (from 1953 to 1960) - in 295 and other maternity hospitals in Moscow for 2 years (1961 and 1962) - 845.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):46-48
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EFFICIENCY OF NEW NITROFURAN PREPARATIONS IN TAPHYLOCOCCAL AND OTHER NEGOTIATED INFECTION IN GYNECOLOGICAL PRACTICE
Foi A.M., Parafeinik G.K.
Abstract

The success of the treatment of inflammatory processes in the female genital area of infectious etiology, like many other diseases, depends primarily on the correct choice of an antibacterial drug, on the time and method of its administration.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):49-50
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THE INFLUENCE OF THE DURATION OF LABOR ON THE CONTENT OF WHEY PROTEINS
Kruglov E.N.
Abstract

Reports on the influence of the duration of labor on the content of total protein and protein fractions of blood serum are sporadic and contradictory.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):50-51
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BLOOD COLLECTION OF PREGNANT WOMEN IN ANTENATAL FETAL DEATH
Vasilieva K.M.
Abstract

It is known that the stay of a dead fetus for 3-5 weeks in the uterine cavity can lead to significant defects of coagulation, up to the development of severe bleeding during childbirth and the early postpartum period such as hypo- and afibrinogenemia [3, 5, 6, 7].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):51-52
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WEIGHT INCREASE IN WOMEN OF DIFFERENT GROUPS DURING PREGNANCY
Davudof V.V.
Abstract

The first observations of the weight of pregnant women were carried out by Gassner in 1862. He found that a woman's body weight progressively increases during pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):52-53
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COMBINATION OF TUBE PREGNANCY WITH HEMATOMA OF YELLOW BODY OF OVAR
Balash A.-.
Abstract

We observed in a woman in the appendages of one side a very rare combination of an early ectopic pregnancy with a hematoma of the corpus luteum of the ovary.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):53-54
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ABOUT DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL VOICE DISORDERS
Bustrickiy M.D.
Abstract

Functional aphonia and dysphonia are quite common. The difficulty of diagnosis and the lack of effectiveness of treatment dictate the need for a comprehensive study of this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):54-55
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Myocardial infarction in the postoperative period
Pahomova T.K.
Abstract

Myocardial infarction in the postoperative period with interventions in the abdominal cavity is a rare but formidable complication.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):55
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Protein fractions and sialic acids of blood serum in acute cholecystitis
Vyaselev R.A., Mojanov V.I.
Abstract

The dynamics of changes in blood proteins in acute cholecystitis usually characterizes the severity of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):56
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Acute bleeding ulcers of the stomach and duodenum
Pevchih V.V.
Abstract

The following observations concerning patients with various pathologies are united by the fact that profuse gastrointestinal bleeding occurred, as we believe, due to the formation of acute ulcers.

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Perforated duodenal ulcers with intubation anesthesia
Kudyanov V.G.
Abstract

Intubation anesthesia with relaxants is the method of choice in most severe operations. However, it is often accompanied by serious complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):56-57
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Profuse bleeding as a result of autolysis of the duodenal wall
Margolina F.I., Anufrieva V.K.
Abstract

M., 65 years old, entered 5 / I 1967 with complaints of shortness of breath, pain in the left side of the chest, in the lumbar region, in the left hypochondrium, aggravated by breathing, movement, coughing, and a rise in temperature to 37.5 - 37.8 °.

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Retrograde intussusception of the small intestine through the gastrointestinal junction into the stomach
Kluev I.I., Surin V.M.
Abstract

Small intestinal intussusception in gastroenteroanastomosis was first described by Gertner in 1917, and in domestic literature - by Lvov in 1926.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):58
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Measles encephalitis
Liberzon S.P.
Abstract

The defeat of the nervous system in measles is quite rare, so every message about this disease is of interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):64
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Secretory function of the graft in gastrocoloplasty
Kataeva G.A., Pomosov D.V.
Abstract

Since 1955, in our clinic, gastrocoloplasty has been performed for total and subtotal resections of the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):58-59
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To the casuistry of intestinal obstruction
Afinogentov A.A.
Abstract

The reason for this report is the observation of a rather rare form of combined acute intestinal obstruction.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):59
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Spontaneous rejection of invaginate
Ageev A.F.
Abstract

The diagnosis of chronic intussusception is complicated by the duration of the course of the disease, the absence of symptoms of acute intestinal obstruction and peritonitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):59
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False diaphragmatic hernia in a child
Markov A.I., Panin F.V.
Abstract

M., 11 months old, was admitted on 5/3 1965 to a children's hospital with a diagnosis of pneumonia, toxic dyspepsia. He fell ill acutely, there were abdominal pains, nausea, vomiting, high fever, shortness of breath, loose stools streaked with blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):59-60
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Foreign body of the stomach
Razumov R.T.
Abstract

We observed two women with stomach stones made from tar (bitumen), a refined petroleum product that is widely used in road construction. They were those who liked to chew tar.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):60
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Traumatic pancreatitis
Kurbanaeva S.S.
Abstract

N., 15 years old, a student of the 9th grade, was delivered on 21/1 1960 at 11 o'clock with a diagnosis of "closed abdominal trauma". On admission he complained of pain in the upper abdomen, especially on the right, nausea, shortness of breath when changing the position of the body and irradiation of pain in the chest. 20 / I at 9 o'clock. 30 minutes. while playing basketball he received a knee blow in the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):60-61
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Traumatic cyst of the pancreas in a child
Matyaj M.I.
Abstract

B., 6 years old, was admitted on 28 / ІѴ 1966 with complaints of periodic cutting pains in the abdomen around the navel and in the epigastrium. 2 weeks ago, the child was hit by a cart, the wheel went over the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):61
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Invasion of the big gland
Movchun A.A., Kostromin N.A.
Abstract

The volvulus of the greater omentum is a rare disease of the abdominal organs. The accumulation of factual material on this pathology can contribute to the improvement of preoperative diagnosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):61-62
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Esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula in a newborn
Miftahov N.A., Ahuitzyanov A.A.
Abstract

During 1966, 3 children with esophageal atresia were admitted to the pediatric surgical department. 2 of them were admitted to us on the 8-10th day of birth with severe aspiration pneumonia, severe cachexia and died.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):62
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Acute appendicitis
Gorbunov O.M.
Abstract

From 1960 to 1965, 569 patients with acute appendicitis were in the Podbelsk district hospital - 26.2% of all surgical patients, 42.7% of all operated patients and 86.2% of those operated on for acute diseases of the abdominal cavity.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):62-63
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Bilateral tubal pregnancy
Podlevskih R.V., Verhovskiy A.L.
Abstract

From 1960 to 1966, we operated on 660 women for ectopic pregnancy; bilateral ectopic pregnancy met only once.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):63
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The state of the cardiovascular system in patients with acute renal failure with hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome
los R.I., Salakaeva M.F., Urazaev R.M.
Abstract

In 1964-1965. The authors observed 23 patients with acute renal failure due to hemorrhagic fever (age - from 8 to 50 years). 3 patients died from uremia.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):63-64
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Treatment of a patient with toxic diphtheria
Ananiev U.-.
Abstract

Ya., 18 years old, was admitted on 25 / ІХ 1965, on the 8th day of illness, with a diagnosis of pharyngeal diphtheria (toxic form I — II degree), diffuse myocarditis, paresis of the soft palate. In 1965 she suffered a sore throat. There are rare epileptic seizures.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):64
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Treatment of patients with acute dysentery with a shortened course according to A.F.Bilibin
Zeitlenok M.A., Fedotova L.T.
Abstract

A shortened course of treatment was given to 900 patients (370 men, 530 women). The mild form of the disease was in 690, moderate - in 210 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):65
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Experience of treating patients with acute dysentery with antibiotics and sulfa drugs using a shortened method
Sorokin A.A.
Abstract

Recently, in cases of mild and moderate forms of dysentery, treatment with a shortened method proposed by A.F. Bilibin and colleagues is recommended.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):65
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The course of dysentery caused by various types of Shigella Sonne
Vasilieva Z.P., Garanin B.A.
Abstract

In 1966, according to our hospital, Sonne's dysentery accounted for 93% of all cases of bacteriologically confirmed dysentery. A total of 224 patients aged 15 to 70 years old, hospitalized in 1966, were examined.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):66
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CLINICAL APPLICATION OF ENTEROSEPTOL
Bogoyavlensky V.F., Lomakina V.A.
Abstract

The basis of the Hungarian tablet preparation "enteroseptol" is 5-chloro-7-iodine-8-hydroxyquinoline (0.25 g), abbreviated as iodochlorohydroxyquin. Its formula is C9H5NOCII; spatial formula.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):66-70
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Arterio-mesenteric obstruction of the duodenum
Komarov N.I., Sharafislamov F.S.
Abstract

For the first time, Rokitansky pointed out the possibility of compression of the duodenum by the superior mesenteric artery that crosses it in 1842. Since then, this syndrome has been of interest not only to clinicians, but also to anatomists.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):70-74
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IMPERFECT OSTEOGENESIS
Melnikov V.N.
Abstract

S., 14 years old, was taken to hospital on 28 / XII 1965 with a closed fracture of the right humerus. The day before, I fell out of the blue. He had bone fractures several times.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):75-76
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ALLERGIC REACTION TO THE INJECTION OF SHIK TOXIN
Abukova R.A., Saidasheva H.G., Muhutdinova R.G.
Abstract

Allergic reactions are attracting more and more attention of scientific and practical healthcare workers. The increase in the number of allergic diseases is due to the spread of allergens in connection with the expansion of the use of chemical products, antibiotics, preventive and therapeutic drugs.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):76
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ON HUMAN POISONING WITH CHLOROPHOS
Volter F.I., Krupnik B.U., Sirotkin V.M.
Abstract

We observed two poisoned chlorophos when ingested.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):77-78
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FEATURES OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND WAYS OF PREVENTION OF HEMORRHAGIC FEVER WITH RENAL SYNDROME IN THE MIDDLE VOLGA REGION
Balakirev T.A., Boiko V.A., Rechkin V.I.
Abstract

Regional epidemiological features of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome are due to the landscape diversity of its natural foci.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):78-80
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FOCUS OF EPIDEMIC HEPATITIS IN CHILDREN'S INSTITUTIONS OF KAZAN
Zaharova E.B.
Abstract

According to the literature, epidemic hepatitis occurs more often in children attending child care. In Kazan in 1954-1963. The incidence of epidemic hepatitis among children in nurseries was 4–8 times higher than among children of the same age who did not attend nurseries, in kindergartens — 2.2 times higher than among unorganized children of 3–6 years old.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):80-81
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ON CONTAMINATION OF OPEN WATER BODIES WITH OIL PRODUCTS
Pochkin U.N., Massino O.A.
Abstract

The intensively developing oil production and refining industry of Tatarstan, Bashkiria and the Perm region is the main source of pollution of surface water bodies of Tataria with oil products.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):81-83
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USING A FLUOROMETER FOR DETERMINING BITUMEN IN WATER
Sinelnikov V.E.
Abstract

Способность отдельных нефтяных фракций люминесцировать ультрафиолетового излучения с длиной волны 365 ммк была при определении определения в промышленных масштабах нефти и масел (Е. Т. Леонченкова, 1960; М. М. Юдилевич, 1960).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):83-86
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TO THE METHOD OF GASTRIC RESECTION IN THE MESENSEAL AND SUBMISSIONAL POSITIONS OF THE INITIAL LEAN COLUMN
Molko N.I.
Abstract

We studied the anatomical variants of the location of the initial part of the jejunum and their significance in the formation of the gastrointestinal anastomosis. The study of the length and shape of the upper duodenal fold, skeletotopy and syntopy of the duodenal jejunum curvature was carried out on 102 corpses by the method of conventional anatomical dissection with subsequent photographing.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):87-89
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SOME DETAILS OF TOTAL GASTREECTOMY AND RESECTION OF THE PROXIMAL STOMACH
Vladimirov U.I., Tarakanova I.I.
Abstract

The difficulty of access, the invasiveness of the operation, a significant percentage of the development of insufficiency of the esophageal-intestinal and esophageal-gastric anastomoses encourage surgeons to look for new surgical techniques and improvements in gastrectomy and resection of the upper stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):89-92
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DETERMINATION OF INTESTINAL VIABILITY DURING OPERATION BY THE METHOD OF TRANSILLUMINATION ANGIOSCOPY
Sigal Z.M.
Abstract

The viability of the intestine is judged by indirect signs - color, the presence of peristaltic movements, the appearance and pulsation of the mesenteric vessels. However, they do not always reflect the state of blood flow in the intestinal wall.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):92-93
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MODIFICATION OF FEMORAL HERNIA SURGERY
Golosov B.M.
Abstract

In view of the well-known shortcomings inherent in the "femoral" methods of hernia repair, we settled on the inguinal method of Parlavecchio. After opening the inguinal canal and removing the hernial sac transferred to the inguinal region, the internal oblique and transverse abdominal muscles are sutured to the Cooper and pupar ligaments.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):93-94
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PROFESSOR MIDKHAT KHARISOVICH FAYZULLIN
staff a.s.
Abstract

March 7, 1968 marked the 60th anniversary of his birth and 35 years of medical, scientific, pedagogical and social activities of Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Midkhat Kharisovich Faizullin, head of the Department of Radiology and Radiology No. 1 of Kazan State Pedagogical University named after In I. Lenin.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):94-95
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ISSUES OF TRAINING OF PEDAGOGICAL PERSONNEL OF MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES
Shamarin P.I.
Abstract

When discussing the state of educational work in a higher educational institution, it is most often about political educational work. The leading role is rightly assigned to the departments of social disciplines, and teachers of special departments are also encouraged to take part in this work.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):95-97
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DOCTOR AND PATIENT
Okulov A.M.
Abstract

Currently in the hands of the clinician there are a number of sophisticated apparatus and instruments for examining the patient. Various kinds of X-ray studies are widely used, and in recent years - and radiological.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):97-98
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Selected Works
Rahlin R.M.
Abstract

The "Selected Works" of the prominent Soviet physiologist Alexander Filippovich Samoilov were published in connection with the centenary of his birth by the Institute of the History of Natural Science and Technology in conjunction with the joint scientific council "Human and Animal Physiology" of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):98-99
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Post-resection pathological syndromes.
Zebold A.N.
Abstract

Pathological syndromes, which most often occur in the long term after the Billroth II gastric resection, are of constant interest to surgeons.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):99-100
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Adrenal cortex and peptic ulcer
Gubergric A.Y.
Abstract

In the first part of the book, which consists of 4 chapters, the authors present literature data on extensive experimental and clinical material on the effect of ACTH and glucocorticoids on gastric function, with particular emphasis on the complications of peptic ulcer disease arising under the influence of these hormones.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):100-101
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PROFESSOR MIKHAIL OSIPOVICH FRIDLAND
Shulutko L.I.
Abstract

On November 13, 1967, after a long and serious illness, one of the founders of Soviet orthopedics and traumatology, a prominent scientist, Honored Scientist of the RSFSR, Professor, Doctor of Medical Sciences Mikhail Osipovich Fridland, died at the age of 80.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):101-102
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Associate Professor NIKOLAI ALEXANDROVICH KOLSANOV
Shulutko L.I.
Abstract

On November 23, 1967, after a serious illness, Nikolai Aleksandrovich Kolsanov, a prominent surgeon, associate professor of the Kazan GIDUV, Ph.D.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(3):103
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