Vol 49, No 6 (1968)

THE IMPORTANCE OF NEUROLOGICAL AND NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES IN PSYCHIATRY
Chudnovskiy V.S.
Abstract

Psychiatry, having emerged in its historical development from the depths of theology, philosophy and general human empiricism, has organically merged into the number of medical disciplines, assimilating all research methods that modern medicine has.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):3-8
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ABOUT THE MEDICINE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION
Gemeri P.-.
Abstract

The initial condition for the effectiveness of treatment of patients with arterial hypertension is the establishment of accurate indications. The causes of certain types of arterial hypertension are currently known.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):8-9
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10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH GUANETIDINE
Ratner N.A., Glezer G.A., Spivak G.L.
Abstract

Modern pharmacotherapy has been enriched with a number of new drugs that have a pronounced hypotensive effect in various types of arterial hypertension and significantly improve the course and prognosis in hypertensive disease (A.L. Myasnikov, 1965).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):10-12
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HISTOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN LYSOSE AND MITOCHONDRIA OF THE HEART MUSCLE IN RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASES
Medvedev N.P.
Abstract

Studies by a number of authors have revealed significant changes in the activity of enzymes, as well as shifts in the content of nucleic acids and myocardial glycogen in disorders of its functions [5, 18, 19].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):12-14
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MATERIALS ON THE GEOGRAPHY OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Nepryahin G.G., Shamsutdinov N.S.
Abstract

The material accumulated by Soviet pathologists testifies to the presence of some geographical features of the pathology of atherosclerosis as the main (AO) and as a concomitant (AS) disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):14-17
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REGIONAL FEATURES OF CEREBRAL ATHEROSCLEROSIS AS A FACTOR OF THROMBOSIS AND HEMODYNAMIC DISORDERS
Salutin V.G.
Abstract

Diseases of the cerebral vessels, especially atherosclerosis, are the most common form of damage to the nervous system and occupy one of the first places among the causes of death and disability in people.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):18-19
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LIVER RHEOGRAMS IN HEALTHY AND IN PATIENTS WITH ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Ivanov U.M., Lebedeva Z.G.
Abstract

A valuable method of in vivo study of blood circulation is rheography, which is based on graphical registration of pulse fluctuations in the resistance of living tissue to high frequency alternating current [4, 21].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):19-20
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LIPOMOBILIZING FACTOR OF THE PIPOPHYSIS AND FREE BLOOD HEPARIN IN ATHEROSCLEROSIS
Kuklina M.A.
Abstract

After the first reports of the existence of a special pituitary factor capable of leading to transient hyperlipemia, works began to appear on the study of the dynamics of this factor in atherosclerosis, in the complex pathogenesis of which disorders of fat metabolism appear most clearly.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):21-22
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THROMBOELASTOGRAPHY IN ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE
Orlova N.P.
Abstract

In the pathogenesis of coronary heart disease, in particular myocardial infarction, coronary thrombosis occupies a prominent place [1, 6, 11, 12]. On the other hand, patients with ischemic heart disease often have thromboembolic complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):22-24
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FIBRINSTABILIZING FACTOR ACTIVITY IN CERTAIN PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
Sharova U.A.
Abstract

Fibrin-stabilizing factor (FSF) is one of the agents providing an enzymatic process that leads to the formation of dense fibrin clots. FSF, or fibrinase, is a high molecular weight protein (350,000) with high specific activity. Fibrinase, participating in the fibrin stabilization reaction, can induce structural changes in fibripmonomer molecules, bringing them into a stronger bond [5] and providing the formation of insoluble fibrin.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):24-26
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BLOOD COATING SYSTEM IN SUBTENTORIAL BRAIN TUMORS
Morozov V.V.
Abstract

The coagulation properties of blood in brain tumors of varying degrees of maturity are not well covered in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):26-27
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FEATURES OF HEMOCOAGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATISM
Goryachkin Y.H.
Abstract

In conditions of insufficient blood circulation, changes in blood coagulation and fibrinolysis systems can develop, since the function of these systems is associated with the state of the liver, protein formula of blood, vascular permeability, enzymatic and other factors that are sharply disturbed in this pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):27-28
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EFFECT OF HYPOTENSIVE THERAPY ON FIBRINOLYTIC ACTIVITY AND BLOOD HEPARIN IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTONIC DISEASE
Shershevsyi M.G., Semenova E.A., Bondarenko A.I.
Abstract

In the treatment of hypertension with its tendency to thrombotic complications, one should take into account the effect of the used antihypertensive drugs and on the thrombogenic properties of the blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):28-29
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FIBRINOLYTIC BLOOD ACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
Shemetov A.V.
Abstract

We examined 157 patients with pulmonary tuberculosis (with focal form — 28, with infiltrative pneumonic — 43, hematogenous disseminated — 31, fibrocavernous — 50, cavernous — 5).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):30-31
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TOPOGRAPHIC JUSTIFICATION FOR TRANSPERICARDIAL SURGERY ON THE MAIN BRONCHES
Travin A.A.
Abstract

One of the severe and frequent complications after pulmonectomy for tuberculosis is the occurrence of bronchial fistulas. According to the statistics of domestic and foreign authors, the frequency of this complication ranges from 4 to 20% [1, 2, 10, etc.].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):31-37
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DIAPHRAGMS OF THE EYE AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF PRIMARY GLAUCOMA
Nesterov A.P.
Abstract

The circulation of fluid in the eye has now been studied in sufficient detail. Watery moisture is produced by the ciliary body and flows through the angle of the anterior chamber and trabecula into the Schlemm canal, which is connected with the anterior ciliary vein system using numerous intra- and episcleral vessels.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):38-40
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VISION ORGAN CHANGES IN OCCLUSIVE RENAL HYPERTENSION
Moshetova L.K.
Abstract

In recent years, the attention of doctors of various specialties (therapists, surgeons, nephrologists) has been drawn to one of the forms of symptomatic arterial hypertension - occlusive renal hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):40-43
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SOME ISSUES OF THE NATURE AND TREATMENT OF ACUTE INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES OF THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY
Salihov I.A.
Abstract

The results of treatment of patients with acute peritonitis, despite some progress in recent years, still cannot be considered satisfactory. Until now, mortality remains high - it reaches 5-17% and more [12, 20, 301. The concentration of attention of researchers mainly on the properties of microflora and the search for appropriate antibiotics has led to an obvious underestimation of the reactive properties of the macroorganism.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):43-46
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BLEEDING AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS IN LATE TOXICOSIS WITH HYPERTENSIVE SYNDROME
Vashilko S.L.
Abstract

Recent studies have shown that women with late toxicosis of pregnancy often experience bleeding during childbirth.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):46-48
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HEMOCOAGULATING ENZYMS OF THE DECIDUAL COATING AND MYOMETRY
Skipetrov V.P.
Abstract

The rupture of the vessels of the uteroplacental site and the appearance of a large wound surface during the separation of the placenta create extraordinary conditions in the body for hemostasis. The loss of only 50-250 ml of blood during normal delivery testifies to unusually effective mechanisms for stopping postpartum hemorrhage, which, according to modern concepts, are provided by 2 factors - contraction of the muscles of the uterus (myotamponade) and thrombus formation in the vessels of the placental site (thrombotamponade).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):48-50
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SUCCESSFUL REANIMATION AFTER PROLONGED VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION DURING ELECTRIC PULSE THERAPY
Sklovskaya K.S., Galkin R.A., Ivanova V.D.
Abstract

Electrical pulse therapy for atrial fibrillation is widely practiced in surgical and therapeutic clinics. As experience grows, there are reports of complications associated with this method.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):50-51
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APPLICATION OF FIBRINOLYSIN AND HEPARIN IN PATIENTS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Chaikova A.A., Lezina G.A.
Abstract

Myocardial infarction often occurs against the background of atherosclerotic arteries. However, the development of coronary thrombosis is explained not only by morphological changes in blood vessels, but by a complex of functional and biochemical disorders, one of the manifestations of which is the inhibition of anticoagulant mechanisms, which affects, in particular, a decrease in fibrinolytic activity.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):52
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TISSUE THERAPY FOR THROMBO-OBLITERATING ARTERY DISEASES
Zaicev G.P., Poryadin V.T., Rozenfel`d-Tararukin E.S.
Abstract

Due to the fact that endarteriosis and atherosclerosis of the vessels of the extremities are common systemic neurotrophic diseases, their treatment should be primarily conservative, aimed at improving the general condition, increasing the reactivity of the body, normalizing the disturbed functions of the nervous and endocrine systems, relieving vascular spasm, and increasing the development of collateral circulation, improvement of metabolism in the tissues of the extremities, prevention of thrombosis, relief of the gangrenous process, delimitation and rejection of necrotic areas, removal of pain and pathological impulses from the affected focus. Only in cases of extreme necessity, with a running or malignant process, one has to resort to surgical interventions, but also in combination with the necessary complex of therapeutic measures.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):53-54
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APPLICATION OF ACEDOXIN AND ISOLANIDE FOR INSUFFICIENCY OF BLOOD CIRCULATION
Grinberg Y.M., Rudoi B.D., Tronko L.B.
Abstract

We tested a new digitalis glycoside, acetoxin (acetyl-digitoxin). This drug is produced at the Hungarian pharmaceutical plant "Gedeon Richter"; it is a woolly foxglove lanatoside "A" similar to foxglove purpurea digitoxin.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):54-55
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TESTING NEW DOSAGE FORMS OF NISTATIN
Ashbel S.I., Bogoslovskaya I.A., Sokolova V.G.
Abstract

This report presents the materials of a clinical trial of two new dosage forms of nystatin: nystatin AFC and vaginal tablets.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):56-57
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APPLICATION OF FIBRINOGEN IN BLEEDING AFTER ADENOMEECTOMY AND KIDNEY SURGERY
Shemetov V.D.
Abstract

One of the important problems of modern surgery is the fight against bleeding during surgery and in the postoperative period. Often the cause of postoperative bleeding are disorders in the blood coagulation system. Hemorrhages caused by a lack of fibrinogen in the blood are of great danger.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):57-58
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CHANGES IN COATING AND ANTI-COATING BLOOD SYSTEMS IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY INSUFFICIENCY IN TREATMENT WITH NAPHARIN
Jivoderov V.M., Pinkevich N.M., Lyahov N.T.
Abstract

Nafarin is an anticoagulant of the coumarin group. The drug was clinically studied by E.I. Chazov, L.P. Pershakova, I.P. Ilyushina (1965). V.M. Zhivoderov. H. M. Pinkevich (1966), P. E. Lukomsky, K. M. Lakin, P. V. Kazmina, V. A. Lyusov (1966).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):59-60
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TREATMENT OF VARICOSIS VARICOUS VEINS WITH VARICOCID
Scvorcov M.G.
Abstract

Varicose veins of the lower extremities, known since the time of Hippocrates, is a common disease and ranks first among the vascular pathology of the extremities. According to public health bulletins USA, this disease ranks 7th among 28 chronic, common forms of pathology (Tubiana). The proportion of patients with varicose veins in surgical hospitals is 3-4% (DG Mamamtavrishvilli). The problem of treating varicose veins persistently requires its solution.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):62-63
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APPLICATION OF A VACUUM EXTRACTOR IN PARENTS WITH TOXICOSIS OF THE SECOND HALF OF PREGNANCY AND WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
Marusov A.P.
Abstract

Currently, in many auxiliary institutions, a vacuum extractor is used for toxicosis in the second half of pregnancy. However, a number of researchers believe that in women in labor suffering from severe forms of late toxicosis of pregnancy, a vacuum extractor should not be applied, since vacuum extraction requires a lot of physical stress for the woman in labor. The question of the use of vacuum extraction in women in labor with cardiovascular diseases is also controversial.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):63-64
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REPEATED UTERINE RUPTURE AFTER STRASSMAN OPERATION
Balash A.-.
Abstract

Postoperative uterine scars often pose a risk of uterine rupture in subsequent pregnancies. Ruptures of the uterus in such cases are most often asymptomatic.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):65
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PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH IN WOMEN WHO HAVE BEEN SURGERY FOR CONGENITAL HEART DISEASES OF THE PALENT TYPE
Kosaheleva N.G.
Abstract

Among pregnant women with organic heart diseases, 2-3% are those suffering from congenital defects [2, 5]. The most common malformations of the pale type without cyanosis, which include non-closure of the botalloid duct, atrial septal defect and ventricular septal defect [5]. Non-clotting of the ductus arteriosus and atrial septal defect are much more common in women than in men [3, 4, 6]. Ventricular septal defect accounts for 4-5% of all cardiac anomalies [1].

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):65-67
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Effect of butadione on blood clotting in patients with coronary insufficiency
Parshina Z.S., Mitkin A.F.
Abstract

We observed 11 men and 9 women with myocardial infarction in the subacute period and 20 men and 8 women with angina pectoris. The patients' age is from 43 to 65 years. They took Butadion orally at 900-600 mg per day.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):67
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Venous blood flow with obliterating endarteritis
Skvoznikov B.A.
Abstract

We examined the state of the venous system of the lower extremities in 50 patients with obliterating endarteritis (age from 26 to 56 years). From the 1st Art. diseases according to the classification of A. T. Lidsky there were 3 patients, with II -13, with III - 16, with IV -9, with V -5, with VI - 4. Among the concomitant diseases were revealed: in 4 patients - gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, 2 - chronic alcoholism, 1 - lower lip cancer, 1 - pulmonary emphysema.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):67-68
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Ileal pneumatosis
Kluev I.I., Surin V.M.
Abstract

Cystic pneumatosis of the intestine is a relatively rare disease. It is usually localized in the wall of the small intestine, less often in the large intestine, in the wall of the stomach, in the mesentery and omentum in the form of multiple rounded blisters up to the size of a chicken egg and more and is found, as a rule, during operations in the abdominal cavity. Accumulating in the subserous layer, the gas bulges out the serous membrane, forming many bubbles, similar to bunches of grapes.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):68
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Menstrual function in female workers of a chemical plant
Dobroneckiy V.S.
Abstract

The influence of various occupational hazards on menstrual function has long attracted the attention of scientists. Workers of industries using benzene were subjected to special research. However, if some authors noted significant menstrual irregularities in them, others did not confirm this.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):68-69
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Two rare injuries to the genital organs of men
Beluh S.I., Ahmetova S.M.
Abstract

K., 25 years old, was admitted to the clinic on 12 / ІХ 1959, 20 hours after the injury, with a diagnosis of a scalped wound of the penis with a detachment of the scrotum (hit the perineum on the connecting shaft of the tractor with the header).

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):69
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Chlorophos poisoning
gataullina S.Z.
Abstract

A., 30 years old, drank a glass of chlorophos solution (a tablespoon of crystalline chlorophos in a glass of water). A few minutes later the patient drank 2 glasses of milk and induced artificial vomiting. After 20-30 minutes. nausea, vomiting, headaches, weakness appeared. He was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):69
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ANTICOAGULANTS AND REGENERATION
Shac V.Y., Pinhasik E.V.
Abstract

Currently, new regeneration stimulants have entered clinical practice. Especially pyrimidine and purine derivatives have proven themselves [14]. At the same time, the question of the influence on the regeneration processes of various other agents widely used in the clinic is of great interest. Anticoagulants should undoubtedly be classified as such agents.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):70-72
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VITAMIN "T" GETCH
Shakirzyanova R.M.
Abstract

For the normal growth of all living things, a number of factors are important, among which vitamins play a special role.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):73-75
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CLINICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL RESEARCH IN A MEDICAL AND LABOR EXPERTISE
Chulkova M.S.
Abstract

Medical labor expertise solves the essential tasks of assessing the labor capabilities of persons with various chronic diseases. Its main theoretical position is the mandatory consideration of the effects of environmental factors on the body and the correct combination of medical and social criteria.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):76-80
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EXPERIENCE OF ORGANIZATION OF DERMATOLOGICAL CARE AT THE FACTORY OF SYNTHETIC RUBBER
Mustaev R.K.
Abstract

We analyzed the morbidity of workers at the Kazan synthetic rubber plant. The results of the study showed that among the diseases of workers in this production, a significant place is occupied by various dermatoses.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):80-82
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DETERMINATION OF LEUKOCYTE ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE ACTIVITY
Buhin A.I., Derviz G.V.
Abstract

Determination of the activity of alkaline phosphatase of leukocytes is of interest for the purposes of practical and theoretical medicine. In a number of diseases (acute inflammatory diseases, sepsis, leukemias, malignant tumors, radiation injuries, etc.), the activity of alkaline phosphatase of leukocytes often changes naturally, which can serve for differential diagnosis and prognosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):82-84
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NEW DEVICES FOR FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL RESPIRATION
Abdrahmanova M.I., Bogoyavlenskiy B.F.
Abstract

In recent years, the Kazan Special Design and Technology Bureau of Medical Physiological Devices (SKTB Medfizpribor) of the USSR Ministry of Medical Industry has developed and introduced into production a number of new devices for analyzing gas exchange in a healthy and sick person.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):84-85
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PROFESSOR IVAN VASILIEVICH DANILOV
Staff a.S.
Abstract

October 1968 marked the 70th anniversary of the birth and 44 years of medical, scientific, pedagogical and social activities of the head of the second department of obstetrics and gynecology of the Kazan State Pedagogical University named after V.I. V.I. Lenin, Doctor of Medicine, Professor Ivan Vasilyevich Danilov.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):85-86
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PROFESSOR NIKOLAY EMELYANOVICH SIDOROV
Staff a.S.
Abstract

October 27, 1968 marked the 70th anniversary of the birth and 43 years of medical, scientific and pedagogical activity of the head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology No. 1 of the Kazan State Pedagogical University named after V.I. Lenin, Doctor of Medicine, Professor Nikolai Emelyanovich Sidorov.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):86-88
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Osteomyelitis of the jaws, their prevention and treatment
Ovrupliy G.V., Nikandrov A.M.
Abstract

The book is devoted to the problem of osteomyelitis of the jaws of various origins: odontogenic, traumatic, hematogenous and specific etiology.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):88-89
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WITH GERMAN ORTHOPEDICIANS
Shulutko L.I.
Abstract

At the end of April 1968 in Potsdam (GDR) the XVII conference of the Society of Orthopedists of the GDR was held with the participation of orthopedists from Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the USSR (professors F.R.Bogdanov, M.V. Volkov and L.I. Shulutko), Germany. The conference was chaired by Dr. med. Sci. X. Crelle.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):89-91
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SOVIET-HUNGARIAN SYMPOSIUM DEDICATED TO HYPOTENSIVE DRUGS
Miloslavskiy Y.M.
Abstract

A full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences prof. P. Gamery (the report is published in this issue of the journal). In other reports, both Soviet and Hungarian scientists provided detailed data on the effects of dopegit and sanotensin on the cardiovascular system, arterial and venous tone, renal blood flow, electrolyte metabolism, excretion of catecholamines, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):91
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SECOND ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS PHYSIOTHERAPY AND SPA
Germanov V.A., Urlov V.M.
Abstract

Representatives of all republics of the USSR, territories and regions of the Volga region took part in the work of the plenum.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):91-92
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SECOND ALL-RUSSIAN CONGRESS OF PHYSIOTHERAPY AND RESORT
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

The congress was opened by the deputy. Minister of Health of the RSFSR E.I. Kuznetsov.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):93-95
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II SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON X-RAY CRANIOLOGY
Halimov I.H.
Abstract

Prof. H. S. Kosinskaya (Leningrad) presented a large material on the differential diagnosis of fibrous osteodystrophies and fibrous dysplasia. The report considered the features of the X-ray picture of the lesion of the cerebral skull, the types and characteristics of the course of these pathological changes.

Kazan medical journal. 1968;49(6):95-96
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