Vol 40, No 5 (1959)

HEALTHCARE OF THE TASSR FOR THE 42nd ANNIVERSARY OF THE OCTOBER REVOLUTION

Fatkullin F.H.

Abstract

Soon after the victory of the Great October Revolution, when the Communist Party and the Soviet people were taking the first steps along a new, yet unexplored path, V. I. Lenin at the VII Party Congress said: “Starting socialist transformations, we must clearly set before ourselves the goal towards which these transformations, in the end, are directed, precisely the purpose of creating a communist society...".

This great goal has inspired and inspires our Party and the Soviet people to heroic deeds. The enormous organizational work of the Party, the titanic labor of the Soviet people, were crowned with brilliant victories. Socialism in the USSR won not only completely, but finally. On the basis of the successes achieved in building socialism in the USSR, favorable conditions have been created, all the material and moral prerequisites for the transition to a higher stage of social development.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):3-5
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TO DIAGNOSTICS OF INTERNAL HEART RUPTURE

Vinogradov A.V.

Abstract

Known since the days of Harvey, heart ruptures are the most formidable complication of myocardial infarction. Distinguish between external and internal heart breaks. Among the latter, with myocardial infarction, ruptures of the interventricular septum are more common, described in sufficient detail by domestic clinicians. Much less often myocardial infarction is complicated by rupture of the papillary muscles of the heart.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):6-9
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TO THE CLINIC OF SPONTANEOUS HEART RUPTURE

Smirnov V.N.

Abstract

Among the pathological processes complicated by heart ruptures, an exceptional place belongs to myocardial infarction; in very rare, casuistic cases, abscesses, gummy damage to the myocardium, its leukemic infiltration, echinococcus, etc. lead to myocardial rupture.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):10-15
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ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN INTRAVEGRAL OPERATIONS ON THE OESOPHAGUS AND LUNGS

Krasilnikova I.P.

Abstract

Any operation is a kind of test of the endurance of the heart and blood vessels, and extensive trauma caused by surgical interventions on the esophagus and lungs creates especially large shifts in the activity of the cardiovascular system.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):15-19
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ABOUT LUNG RESECTION IN THE DISTRICT HOSPITAL

Lichtenstein A.O.

Abstract

At the present stage of development of medical science, the surgeon has the decisive word in the treatment of a number of pulmonary diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):19-21
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TOMOGRAPHIC-ANATOMICAL PARALLELS FOR PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

Sigal I.Z., Izmailov A.I.

Abstract

In the complex treatment of some forms of pulmonary tuberculosis, various types of resection are becoming increasingly important.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):22-25
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LONG-TERM RESULTS OF SURGICAL SURGERY IN PURPOSE OF THE STOMACH AND DUEDENUM

Spiridonov A.N., Schwartz L.S., Larina V.S., Nikiforov B.I.

Abstract

The best way to find out the effectiveness of surgical treatment of peptic ulcer disease is to collect long-term results, but the vast majority of this information was obtained separately by surgeons or therapists. The authors of this article, belonging to both specialties, decided to fill this gap and conduct research together. Persons who had undergone surgery for peptic ulcer disease and did not present any complaints were examined and examined on an outpatient basis. The persons who presented the complaints were placed in one or another clinic for the entire duration of the examination.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):25-29
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ABOUT STOMACH SARC

Charny A.M.

Abstract

It is known that connective tissue tumors of the stomach are much less common than epithelial.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):30-33
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ENDOCRINE EXCHANGE DISORDERS IN SPINAL CORD TUMORS

Grinberg S.A.

Abstract

In spinal cord tumors, in addition to local changes caused by the local effect of the tumor, there are so-called symptoms at a distance, in the form of changes in cranial nerves, sensitivity, reflexes, etc. Changes in the overlying parts of the nervous system in spinal cord tumors are described alongside authors in the form of nystagmus, absence of corneal reflexes, weakness of the lower branch of the facial nerve, congestive nipples of the optic nerves, etc. MB Krol refers these symptoms to the so-called general phenomena associated with increased pressure inside the spinal canal. Flatau explains them by circulatory disorders and the possible toxic effects of the tumor, Marie-Foix admits the possibility of ascending myelitis. Barre, Thoma, Elsberg attach importance to the influence on vegetative elements at the level of tumor localization, other authors attach importance to the stagnation of cerebrospinal fluid over the area of ​​compression.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):33-35
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POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ASPECTS OF LOCAL POTENTIAL ANALYSIS

Pomosov D.V., Filin B.I., Dzutsev K.K.

Abstract

Currently, in the medical institutions of our country, most operations are performed under local anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):35-39
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EXPERIENCE OF AMINASINE APPLICATION IN OBSTETRIC PRACTICE

Orlovsky V.M.

Abstract

In obstetrics, chlorpromazine was first used in case of excessive vomiting of pregnant women in 1952 by Rushi, then at Labori's suggestion in the treatment of eclampsia. Subsequently, chlorpromazine was used in the treatment of nephropathy, in the fight against obstetric shock, for pain relief in childbirth, during caesar section operations.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):39-43
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FISTULAS OF THE WOMAN'S GENITAL APPARATUS ON THE MATERIALS OF THE OBSTETRIC-GYNECOLOGICAL CLINIC OF THE KAZAN GUIDUV for 1946-1956

Urazaev A.Z.

Abstract

For the period from 1946 to 1956. (for 11 years) 128 women with genital fistulas were treated in the clinic, which is 0.38% in relation to the total number of hospitalized. According to the materials of our clinic dating back to 1920-1935, this percentage was much higher — 1.12%.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):43-45
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TUBERCULOSIS MESADENITIS IN CHILDREN

Gafarova N.A.

Abstract

In the children's department of the Republican Clinical Hospital for the period from 1954 to 1957. 476 patients with tuberculous lesions of various organs were treated. 5.2% of them (25) suffered from tuberculous mesenteric adenitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):45-49
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THYMOLOVERONAL TEST FOR SCARLATINE, DIPHTHERIA AND INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS

Pestrikova N.M.

Abstract

Our work aims to trace the dynamics of the functional state of the liver in three infectious diseases - scarlet fever, diphtheria and infectious mononucleosis - using the thymol-Veronal test.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):49-51
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ON THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HEMORRHAGIC FEVER WITH RENAL INDOMA IN THE FOCALS OF THE MIDDLE VOLGA REGION

Bashkirev T.A., Boyko V.A.

Abstract

Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (infectious nephroso-nephritis) as a disease with natural focus is of certain importance in the regional epidemiology of not only the Far East, but also a number of regions of the European part of the USSR and many foreign countries. In foreign literature, a similar disease is known under the names: "Epidemic Haemorrhagic Fever" (USA, England, Japan). "Nephropathia epidemica" (Norway, Sweden) and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):52-58
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TO X-RAY DIAGNOSIS OF LOWER JAW FRACTURES

Aleeva I.M.

Abstract

In maxillofacial surgery, fractures of the lower jaw occupy a special place, since they occur more often than fractures of other bones of the facial skeleton.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):58-62
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ULTRA FREQUENCY THERAPY FOR CERTAIN LESIONS OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

Greenbarg A.G.

Abstract

Pain, as noted by I. Ya. Razdolsky, caused by the influence of an external factor is a signal of danger, and arising in the body itself is a signal of trouble. Severe and prolonged pain, regardless of the severity of the pathological process that caused it, sharply reduces the social value of the human person, often excluding him from participation in productive labor for a long time.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):63-65
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THE INFLUENCE OF WORKING CONDITIONS ON THE HEALTH AND INCIDENCE OF LINOTYPISTS OF THE KAZAN PRINTING PLANT

Ranevsky A.G.

Abstract

In the domestic and foreign literature, there are contradictory information about the possibility of the release of lead vapor by a linotype machine. Those authors who consider linotype production without harmful, explain this by the fact that its technology allows such temperature boundaries of the linotype alloy, within which the release of lead vapor should not occur (Rosenstein, Khludov, Ocep).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):66-69
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TO THE QUESTION ABOUT COMMISSUROTOMY IN MITRAL STENOSIS

Smelovsky S.I., Savchenko T.M.

Abstract

The accumulation of factual material, analysis of results and, above all, failures, are of great importance for the successful development of cardiac surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):69-71
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ABOUT ANTI-COAGULANTS TREATMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Pechenina N.V.

Abstract

We studied the data on the treatment with dicumarin and pelentan in 71 patients with myocardial infarction. According to the age structure, the patients were distributed as follows: up to 40 years - 5 people, from 41 to 50 years - 12, from 51 to 60 years - 21, from 61 and older - 33.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):72-73
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FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE EXTERNAL RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IN PATIENTS WITH BRONCHIAL ASTHMA BEFORE AND AFTER TREATMENT WITH NEOBENSINOL

Lazida G.H.

Abstract

To determine the functional state of the external respiratory system in patients with bronchial asthma in a hospital, we examined 120 people treated with nonbenzinol.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):73-74
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Transperitoneal extraorganic tumors

Bulatov P.N.

Abstract

Retroperitoneal tumors develop from organs and tissues located behind the posterior parietal peritoneum. They can relate to the kidneys, which is most often the duodenum, pancreas, lymph nodes, bones, muscles, retroperitoneal fatty tissue, nerve trunks and plexuses.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):74-76
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TO SURGICAL ANATOMY OF THE VESSELS OF THE HORSESHEAD KIDNEY

Demko M.E.

Abstract

The success of surgical interventions on the horseshoe-shaped soil largely depends on the knowledge of the topography of its vessels. However, in each individual case of this kind of anomalies, the renal vascular system has a number of morphological and topographic features. They concern not only the beginning, course and number of renal vessels, but also their relationship with neighboring organs. Since the literature has established an opinion about the inconstancy and variability of the vessels of the horseshoe-shaped kidney, a significant number of works are devoted only to the description of the observed violations, while the applied value of such messages is rather modest. Studies from the school of V.N. Shevkunenko showed that the circulatory system of the kidneys, reflecting the process of differentiation of the urinary system, is characterized by a delayed reduction. Therefore, it should be expected that, depending on the stage and degree of disturbance of the embryogenesis of the urogenital system, its vascular system should change accordingly.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):76-77
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Case of Kidney Lymphangioma

Sitdykov N.K.

Abstract

Patient O., 53 years old, was admitted to the urology department on 7 / V-55 for a tumor in the right half of the abdomen, which she accidentally felt herself, about a year ago. Over the past 2-3 months, the tumor began to noticeably increase in size, periodically the patient began to worry about cramping pains in the abdomen and in the right half of the lower back, constipation appeared. Urination remained normal, no blood urine was observed. In 1941, there was an operation for uterine fibroids.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):78
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COMBINATION OF UTERINE FIBROMYOMA WITH EXTRAUTERIC PREGNANCY

Sabirov F.M.

Abstract

The combination of uterine fibroids with uterine pregnancy is not a very rare phenomenon. The combination of fibroids with an ectopic pregnancy is much less common. We observed two women with this pathology.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):78-79
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MULTIPLE BRAIN TUMORS

Altshuler E.A.

Abstract

Primary multiple brain tumors of unequal structure with localization in different parts of it are very rare, especially benign ones. Their diagnosis during life is extremely difficult. In the literature available to us, we have not found observations similar to ours.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):80-81
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DYNAMICS OF BLOOD PRESSURE IN PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC EPILEPSY

Tankeevskaya V.I.

Abstract

A number of authors note a significant lability of blood pressure in organic diseases of the brain. Naturally, in epilepsy, which is characterized by an inert focus of excitation in the cerebral hemispheres, especially during and after an epileptic seizure, significant disturbances in the activity of the heart and vascular tone should be expected due to a violation of their cortical regulation. However, clinical studies of vascular tone in patients with epilepsy described in the literature are few in number and in many respects contradictory.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):81-83
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THE CASE OF TORQUE DISTONY

Cherkasova N.G.

Abstract

Torsion dystonia is a rare disease. It was first described by Zigen in 1910, in 1911 by Oppenheim, and somewhat later by Sterling-Flatau.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):83-85
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RARE CASE OF SEWING NEEDLES IN THE BRAIN

Adrianovsky A.F.

Abstract

On April 17, 1959, a 23-year-old patient K. turned to the department, sent by a neuropathologist to produce control survey images of the skull in two projections.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):85-87
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MAXILLARY PREGNATION COMBINED WITH MICROGENIA AND OPEN BITE

Korablev S.I.

Abstract

Anomalies of the dento-maxillofacial region arise under the influence of external and internal conditions that change the growth and development of the child's body. Deviations from the norm, which are not noticeable in early childhood, increase as the child grows, and often, by the end of its formation, a deformity is formed that disfigures the face, with pronounced violations of the functions of chewing, speech and breathing.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):87-89
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ABOUT THE MECHANISM OF ALLERGIC PHENOMENA IN THE APPLICATION OF MEDICINAL SUBSTANCES

Rakhmatullin I.M., Tolpegina T.B.

Abstract

For a long time, cases of complications with the use of various medicinal substances have been described in the medical literature. Complications were noted with the action of iodine drugs, pyramidone, quinine, salvarsan, barbiturates, hormones, etc. In recent years, sulfa drugs and antibiotics have found widespread use among drugs. Suffice it to say that, according to the literature, more than half of all recent prescriptions in the United States were antibiotic prescriptions. At the same time, if at the dawn of the use of these drugs complications were quite rare, then as clinical observations accumulated, the facts of certain side effects began to emerge - from skin rashes to severe general reactions resembling anaphylactic shock. Such reactions do not make up a large percentage of all cases of using these drugs, but the fact that they can sometimes be severe and worsen the course of the underlying disease attracts the attention of doctors.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):89-94
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ACCORDING TO THE PAGES OF THE POLISH JOURNAL "MEDICAL REVIEW" FOR 1958

Vyasnovsky A.Y.

Abstract

The Krakow monthly Medical Review is intended for a wide range of doctors of all specialties and occupies a special place among scientific medical journals published in the Polish People's Republic. It publishes everything that can be called medical news, which expands the horizons and experience of the doctor and is able to improve his medical thinking.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):94-96
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RADIOACTIVE PLASTIC MASSES

Blumstein Z.N.

Abstract

Plastics are currently widely used in various fields of industry, medicine, in everyday life, etc. This range of applications, quite naturally, can still be significantly expanded if radioactive substances are introduced into plastic and used as an emitter. Such emitters can be prepared in various sizes, shapes and activities.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):96-97
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ZONELESS STUDY OF GASTRIC JUICE

Kanishchev P.A.

Abstract

The desire to save patients from the unpleasant procedure for introducing a gastric tube prompted the search for probeless methods for studying the secretory function of the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):97-98
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ROMAN ALBERTOVICH LURIA

Daikhovsky Y.I.

Abstract

(Москва)

The largest representative of scientific medical thought, Honored Scientist, Professor Roman Albertovich Luria was widely known not only among doctors and scientists of the Soviet Union, but also abroad. Only in the post-October period did he get the opportunity to widely develop his creative abilities. Throughout his clinical career, Roman Albertovich has invariably been a conductor of advanced ideas in Soviet medical science and medical practice. He easily accepted the ideas of functional pathology that were close to him in spirit, the ideas of nervousism put forward in their time by I.M.Sechenov, S.P.Botkin, I.P. Pavlov. Roman Albertovich constantly developed these ideas in front of his students, they run like a red thread in all of his lectures, speeches and printed works. The evolution of medical knowledge, which led to the synthesis of somatic and mental categories and established in science and practice the idea of ​​a person as a single psycho-physical whole, inextricably linked with the environment, found its expression in his clinical concepts.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):99-101
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THE FIRST ALL-UNION SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL CONFERENCE ON CONTRACEPTION

Polyakov I.F.

Abstract

Opening the conference, the chief obstetrician-gynecologist of the USSR Ministry of Health, prof. LS Persianinov noted the importance of combating abortion by finding harmless means to prevent pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):101-102
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SECOND VOLGA CONFERENCE OF THERAPISTS

Anisimov V.E., Berezovsky B.S., Shcherbatenko S.I.

Abstract

The conference was devoted to cardiovascular pathology and the problem of diabetes mellitus. 74 reports were heard (10 from Kazan).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):102-104
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PLENUM OF ALL-UNION COMMITTEE FOR STUDYING RHEUMATISM AND JOINT DISEASES AT THE PRESIDIUM OF AMS USSR

Shcherbatenko S.I.

Abstract

Therapists, pediatricians, otolaryngologists, pathophysiologists took part in the plenary session. The opening of the plenum was attended by the ministers of health S. V. Kurashov and N. A. Vinogradov, the president of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences A. N. Bakulev.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):104-106
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INTERRECTIVE MEETING ON ACUTE INTESTINAL INFECTIONS IN IVANOV

Romanova N.A., Shagidullina A.R.

Abstract

Deputy Minister of Health of the RSFSR AF Serenko made a report "The state of the incidence of intestinal infections in the RSFSR and the next tasks in the fight against them." He noted that the issues of combating intestinal infections play a huge role. In 1958, compared with 1957, dysentery decreased by 24.6%, and general intestinal diseases by 16.1%. It has been established that the etiological moment in intestinal dysfunctions is not only dysentery bacillus, but also pathogenic strains of Escherichia coli. In the 1st quarter of 1959, there was a decrease in the main infectious diseases, at the same time, an increase in dysentery was noted in a number of places (Irkutsk, Chelyabinsk regions, Komi ASSR, Arkhangelsk oblast, Karelo-Finnish ASSR, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):106-109
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KAZAN NIIEG CONFERENCE

Kovalev V.M.

Abstract

The conference was devoted to the results of scientific work for 1958. In addition to the KNIIEG employees, there were employees of medical and veterinary institutes, a university, practitioners from the city and neighboring autonomous republics, and scientists from one-profile institutes of Leningrad, Gorky, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):109-110
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SECOND SCIENTIFIC SESSION of G. N. I. INSTITUTE OF VITAMINOLOGY, Ministry of Health of the USSR

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Abstract

S. V. Andreev, A. A. Znachkova, Yu. S. Chechulin (Moscow), studying the effect of cobalamin (B12) on the regeneration of the severed nerves of the arm and on the restoration of its functions in 50 patients, received an earlier and more perfect recovery functions of the injured nerve than with other stimulatory therapies.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):110-111
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Takayashi's disease

Smirnov I.M.

Abstract

Patient E., born in 1928, a cleaning lady, hospitalized on 28 / VIII-57 with complaints of dizziness, noise in the head, weakness in the arms, rapid fatigue, weight loss, subfebrile condition, pain of an undefined nature in the upper chest, palpitations and shortness of breath with physical exertion.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):111-113
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Takayashi's disease

Salamatina V.V.

Abstract

Patient G., 24 years old, was admitted to the therapeutic department on 13 / II-58 with complaints of severe weakness, pain in the occiput, frequent attacks of dizziness when changing position, accompanied by loss of vision, pain and weakness in the arms, inability sometimes to hold even light item.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):113-114
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Takayashi's disease

Ivanov A.A.

Abstract

In 1958, in our hospital, Takayashi's disease was diagnosed in two patients. One patient could not be thoroughly examined.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):114
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Takayashi's disease

Dormidontov E.N., Voronina A.V.

Abstract

Patient S., 38 years old, was admitted to the clinic on 6/19/59 with complaints of recurrent headaches, dizziness, numbness in the hands, stabbing pains in the heart, general weakness. Ill since 1951, when headaches first appeared in the form of attacks of 15-30 minutes, more in the left frontotemporal region. During these pains, the patient noted an increase in temperature up to 37.2-37.4 °.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):114-115
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Takayashi's disease

Polisadov P.V.

Abstract

Takayashi's syndrome is described in three forms: peripheral, spinal, and cerebral. According to the supervision of prof. I.I. Rusetsky, the peripheral form is more common, less often the spinal form, and the cerebral form is very rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):115
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Change in blood pressure with a sample with nitroglycerin

Natanzon G.E., Shilov I.A.

Abstract

The reaction of blood pressure to nitroglycerin was studied in practically healthy patients and in patients of different ages with essential hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):115-116
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On some changes in metabolic processes in patients with recurrent sluggish rheumatic heart disease

Eliseeva A.M.

Abstract

To study biochemical parameters, we conducted their observations in 57-58 for 214 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):116-117
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About the cardiac reflex from the upper respiratory tract

Nikhinson A.G.

Abstract

In the works of all authors known to us who have studied the reflex properties of the upper respiratory tract, there is no information about the study of the reflexogenic properties of the nasopharynx. Our studies have established the presence of a large number of nerve elements, including shaped receptors, in the tissues of the nasopharynx, and it can be assumed that the nasopharynx is also one of the reflexogenic zones of the upper respiratory tract (c.p.)

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):117-118
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Features of the course of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer when combined with hypertension

Radbil O.S.

Abstract

According to our observations, the combination of peptic ulcer disease with hypertension is observed in 5.6%, and since both diseases are very common, then in absolute terms we get a significant contingent of people suffering from these two diseases simultaneously.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):117-118
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Hemorrhagic form of paratyphoid B

Serova L.A.

Abstract

Hemorrhagic forms of typhoid fever were first described in 1853 by Richter. These forms of the disease are characterized by tissue hemorrhages, bleeding from the nose, gums, intestines, and profuse petechial rash. The disease is difficult and usually fatal. It is rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):118
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Features of Vidal's reaction in typhoid-paratyphoid patients treated with synthomycin

Shapiro S.E.

Abstract

Vidal's reaction was studied in dynamics in 200 patients (typhoid fever — 173, paratyphoid fever A — 6 and B — 21). All diseases arose as a result of household contact infections. Severe course was recorded in 40%, moderate - in 56% and mild - in 4% of cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):119
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Experience of using aqueous-alcoholic extract of badan rhizome in acute bacterial dysentery

Kalinin M.S.

Abstract

At the suggestion of the Pharmacological Committee of the USSR Ministry of Health, we during 1955-1956. conducted an observation of the action of the berry extract in acute bacterial dysentery.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):119-120
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Albumin-globulin and phagocytic coefficients in chronic paranasal sinusitis

Sergienko P.V.

Abstract

The state of phagocytosis and protein fractions of blood in patients with chronic paranasal sinuitis was studied.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):120-121
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Malignant tumors of the ovaries

Nikiforova I.A.

Abstract

For 10 years (1948-1957) 68 women with malignant ovarian tumors were treated in the gynecological department of the Ulyanovsk regional hospital. Diagnoses of the direction were very diverse, only in 12 cases were diagnoses made: ovarian cancer (6) and malignant tumor of the ovary (6) There were also diagnoses such as acute abdomen, cirrhosis of the liver, acute appendicitis, pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):121
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Hypnotic suggestion during prolongation

Poplavsky A.K.

Abstract

In recent years, it has been shown that it is possible, to influence the system, to cause illusory and real contractions and attempts in women who were in a state of deep hypnotic sleep.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):121
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A Brief Guide to Emergency Diagnosis and Therapy of Internal Diseases. Medgiz, 1958

Bilich I.L., Miloslavskaya A.M.

Abstract

The fourth edition of N.Ya. Chervyakovsky's "Brief Guide to Emergency Diagnostics and Therapy of Internal Diseases" leaves a good impression. It answers many of the questions encountered in the practice of a general practitioner, and especially an emergency doctor. It seems to us that the author did the right thing by including in the manual emergency diagnosis and therapy not only for internal diseases, but also for a number of surgical and nervous diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):122-124
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Clinical Lectures on Internal Medicine, Part One. Gorky, 1959

Gubergrits A.Y.

Abstract

The importance of clinical lectures in shaping the truly medical thinking of senior medical students and the young doctor can hardly be overestimated. They, in the apt expression of the late V. I. Glinchikov, "are the thoughts of a thinking doctor". No wonder the leading figures of domestic internal medicine, starting with S.P.Botkin, G.A.Zakharyin, A.A. Ostroumov and ending in Soviet times V.I.Glinchikov, S.S. Zimnitsky, M.G. Kurlov and M. P. Konchalovsky, willingly resorted to this form of the printed word, as the best way to communicate with medical youth, while transferring to her not only valuable factual knowledge, but also the methodology of clinical thinking.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):124-125
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Collected Works. Tom. II, Medgiz, 1959

Pirogov I.I.

Abstract

The volume includes "Annals of the surgical department of the clinic of the University of Dorpat" of 1837 and 1839, commentaries to them, a pharmaceutical reference book and a bibliographic index of the authors mentioned in the "Annals". The volume is richly illustrated.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):125-127
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CHRONICLE

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Abstract

On April 14, 1959, in the village of Svinogoria, paramedic N. A. Zotin diagnosed patient P. with acute appendicitis. Due to the complete lack of roads due to the spring flood, transportation of the patient was excluded. Comrade Zotin turned to the chief physician of the district, B.I.Petrov, for help.

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):127-128
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NEW DRUGS AND MEDICINES

Mitrofanov V.G.

Abstract

Vitaminized anti-shock fluid

Kazan medical journal. 1959;40(5):128
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