Vol 53, No 4 (1972)

PUBLISHING - AN IMPORTANT CONDITION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SCIENCE INTO PRACTICE
Chirkin S.Y., Gorlov A.A.
Abstract

The directives of the 24th Congress of the CPSU provide for the acceleration of the introduction of the achievements of scientific and technological progress into production. This has a direct bearing on health care practice.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):1-5
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EXPERIENCE IN SURGICAL TREATMENT OF THYROTOXIC AND EUTYROID STREAM
Medvedev N.P., Kipenskiy A.A.
Abstract

This report presents the results of treatment of 544 patients (502 women and 42 men aged 10 to 72 years) who were operated on in our clinic during the period from 1963 to 1969, of which 360 were with thyrotoxic goiter (of which 13 were with recurrent ) and 184 - with euthyroid.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):6-8
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PREVALENCE OF GOITER IN KUIBYSHEV REGION AND SURGICAL CARE WITH IT
Podtyajkin V.I., Ilicheva E.M.
Abstract

It has long been known about foci of endemic goiter in the northeastern regions of the Kuibyshev region. The first detailed expeditionary survey dates back to 1936-1938.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):8-9
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CARDIO AND HEMODYNAMICS IN PATIENTS WITH EUTHYROID AND THYROTOXIC GOITER DURING OPERATION UNDER LOCAL AND GENERAL ANALYSIS
Nazipov A.A.
Abstract

This report presents the results of studying the functional state of the cardiovascular system in 102 patients with thyrotoxic and euthyroid goiter (age - from 13 to 69 years) at different periods of the operation under local and general anesthesia.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):9-12
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TO DIAGNOSTICS OF HYPOTHYROSIS
Gazumov M.M., Gazumova M.H., Varlamova G.L., Kublik A.E., Huzin G.H.
Abstract

With the development of the endocrinological network, the number of cases of hypothyroidism is increasing. Statements about the rarity of this disease are apparently associated with insufficient recognition and poor accounting for hypothyroidism [2]. So, as a result of special measures to detect hypothyroidism in the Chelyabinsk regional endocrinological dispensary in 1966, this disease took 4th place among the reasons for attending the dispensary, ahead of thyrotoxicosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):12-13
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ANDROGENIC ACTIVITY OF THE ADRENAL CORTEX II EXCHANGE OF BROMINE IN PATIENTS WITH HYPOTHALAMIC SYNDROME
Bilyalov M.S.
Abstract

One of the characteristic manifestations of the pathology of the hypothalamic region of the brain are neuroendocrine (pluriglandular) and metabolic disorders. An intimate relationship has been established between the function of the gonads and the adrenal cortex [1, 19, 20].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):14-16
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STUDY OF PROSTATIC ACID PHOSPHATASE IN PATIENTS WITH IMPOTENCIES
Sitdukov E.N., Dranovskiy A.I.
Abstract

Until now, the literature has not sufficiently illuminated the question of the importance of the prostate gland for the organism as a whole and its; role in the complex chain of neurohumoral regulation, in particular the regulation of sexual activity. The available data are contradictory in assessing whether the prostate is a true endocrine gland or only has a facultative neurohumoral effect.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):16-18
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SECRETION OF GROWTH HORMONE IN OBESEE AND DIENCEPHAL SYNDROME
Balobolkin M.I., Талантов В.В.
Abstract

In 1957, Jules and Hollo described a clinical syndrome they called "pubertal basophilism." The authors believe that during puberty, the functional activity of the basophilic elements of the pituitary gland sharply increases with an increase in the secretion of A CT G, TSH and FSH. According to Jules and Hollo, the pathogenesis of this disease is the same as that of Itsenko-Cushing's disease, and the clinical picture of the disease is typical for mild forms of Itsenko-Cushing's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):18-20
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ZINC EXCHANGE FOR DIABETES
Grigoriev U.B.
Abstract

The high concentration of Zn found in the endocrine glands (pancreas, pituitary gland, gonads) indicates the important role of this trace element in the function of these organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):20-21
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APPLICATION OF CHLOROPROPAMIDE IN NON-SUGAR DIABETES
Talantov V.V., Anchikova L.I., Studencova I.A., Hasanov E.N.
Abstract

After the discovery of Arduino et al. In 1966, the antidiuretic effect of chlorpropamide in diabetes insipidus, a number of works appeared in the foreign literature [2-5, etc.]. It was reported about the effective use of the drug in 3 patients with idiopathic diabetes insipidus [1], in 12 of 13 patients with neurohypophyseal diabetes insipidus [2].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):22-24
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CLINICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SPECIAL STUDIES IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF CHRONIC DEFORMING BRONCHITIS IN CHILDREN
Sergeev V.M., Strahov S.N., Albac E.I.
Abstract

Among chronic nonspecific lung lesions in children, inflammatory (acquired) diseases have a significant proportion, and their frequency has increased in recent years. It is generally recognized that the leading role of bronchial damage in the progression of these diseases. The depth and extent of the lesion of the bronchial tree are different: from moderate to severe deformity with cylindrical extensions to saccular bronchiectasis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):24-27
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IMMEDIATE RESULTS OF THERAPY IN PREVIOUSLY TREATED PATIENTS WITH DESTRUCTIVE PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS
Slepova R.I., Fathullina D.H.
Abstract

Despite the constant decrease in the incidence of tuberculosis, the percentage of diagnosed patients with destructive forms is still quite high. This group of patients is of particular clinical and epidemiological importance, therefore their cure is one of the most important tasks in the fight against tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):27-30
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Hexokinase activity of erythrocytes in patients with atherosclerosis
Gilmiyarova F.N., Spigel A.S.
Abstract

Many questions of the etiology and pathogenesis of atherosclerosis have not yet been sufficiently studied and remain controversial. However, the last decade has been marked by new advances in this area. Atherosclerosis has ceased to be regarded only as a disease of excess fat in the diet and only as a result of a violation of fat metabolism.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):30-31
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TACTICS OF A SURGEON AND ANESTHESIOLOGIST FOR COMBINED INJURIES IN CHILDREN
Rokitckiy M.R., Miftahov N.A., Nikolaev G.M., Kazancev F.N.
Abstract

In recent years, childhood injuries have attracted an increasing interest of surgeons around the world. The III All-Russian Conference of Pediatric Surgeons was entirely devoted to this problem. In the reports of professors G. A. Bairov, M. V. Volkov, S. Ya. Doletskiy, V. M. Derzhavin and others, in particular, the high efficiency of the activities of city interdepartmental commissions in combating child injuries was noted. Created in 1955, these commissions include representatives from the health authorities, traffic police, public education and city government.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):31-33
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SALIVATION IN TUMORS AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE BRAIN
Grinberg S.A.
Abstract

We studied salivation in search of differential diagnostic tests for tumors and similar pseudotumorous processes - arachnoiditis with occlusive syndrome.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):34
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RADIATION CATARACTS AFTER INTRATOSE GAMMATHERAPY FOR LID SKIN CANCER
Krasnova V.M., Ismagilova M.I.
Abstract

The eye is known to be very sensitive to the action of ionizing radiation. In the literature there are numerous reports on the damaging effect of radiation on various parts of the eye.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):34-36
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ABOUT TRIPLE NERVE NEURITES
Smirnov V.A.
Abstract

The causes of trigeminal neuralgia are numerous. Its pathogenesis is very complex. It must be assumed that under the influence of long-term manifestations of the pain factor in trigeminal neuralgia, pathological restructuring occurs in the trigeminal system, which contributes to the transition to organic change in the peripheral parts of this system.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):36-39
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ON THE APPLICATION OF CERTAIN PSYCHOTROPIC MEDICINES IN THE COMPLEX TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY
Lecomcev V.T.
Abstract

The experience of studying epilepsy speaks of an important place in the clinical picture of its emotional disorders, which are extremely polymorphic, can act as independent syndromes or be part of more complex psychopathological formations. In addition to paroxysms in the form of variants of dysphoria, interparoxysmal pathological changes in affectivity are observed, which tend to deepen.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):39-40
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ABOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF LIGGING THE MAIN ARTERY OF THE DUAL COLUMN
Davletshin A.H., Urazgildeev N.M.
Abstract

The pancreatoduodenal area is a zone where the complex topographic and anatomical relationships of organs and formations are combined with a large variability of the architectonics of blood vessels. Literary data on the possibility and consequences of ligation of individual duodenal vessels are extremely contradictory, which prompted us to clarify some details of the blood supply to this organ and try to trace changes in the vessels and in the intestinal wall - in the long term after the main arteries and their branches are turned off.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):40-41
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DYSFUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING IN THE CLIMACTERIC PERIOD IN PERSISTENCY OF THE YELLOW BODY
Vasilieva E.T., Kashinskiy A.V., Topchieva O.I.
Abstract

One of the manifestations of the decompensated course of the climacteric period is the so-called "dysfunctional uterine bleeding". In the vast majority of women, dysfunctional uterine bleeding in this period is associated with the presence of one-phase (anovulatory) cycles.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):42-43
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EXCRETION OF GONADOTROPIC HORMONES IN JUVENILE UTERINE BLEEDING
Hamadiyanov U.R.
Abstract

Cyclic changes in the uterus during the normal menstrual cycle are associated with the endocrine activity of the ovaries, pituitary gland and, as established by recent studies, the hypothalamus [1, 2, 4, 5, etc.].

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):43-45
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EXTRACTION OF ESTROGENS IN THE URINE IN THREATENED PREMATURE LABOR
Kirnasova J.R.
Abstract

With threatening premature birth, as well as with some other pathological processes (late toxicosis of pregnant women, diabetes mellitus, rezusconflict pregnancy, hypertension, pyelonephritis, etc.), new research methods are of great practical importance, which make it possible to judge the state of the intrauterine fetus: ECG and PCG studies, amnioscopy, determination of the content of steroid hormones, especially estrogen, in urine and blood.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):45-46
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FURACILIN IN THE TREATMENT OF TUBE INFERTILITY
Osipov R.A.
Abstract

The pioneer of the introduction of furacillin in obstetric and gynecological practice is prof. R.L.Shub. The powerful bactericidal and bacteriostatic properties of furacillin, the absence of toxigenic and hemolytic properties, the ability to activate phagocytosis and increase the phagocytic capacity of cells [1], the possibility of parenteral and intracavitary administration distinguish it favorably from the antibiotics we previously used for hydrotubation.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):46-47
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NON-SPECIFIC REACTIVITY OF THE BODY IN ANEMIA OF PREGNANT WOMEN
Muhametshina R.A.
Abstract

The immunobiological relationship between mother and fetus organisms attracts the attention of researchers in various specialties. In the study of this issue, the merit of our domestic scientists is great: M.A.Petrov-Maslakov (1952, 1970), O. E. Vyazova (1951), L. S. Volkova (1967), I. A. Nikolaevich (1967) and dr.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):47-49
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ON THE NUMERICAL RELATIONSHIP OF THE GENDER OF THE NEWBORNS
Zinin N.A.
Abstract

Based on the mechanism of XX and XY sex formation, one would expect that the number of men and women will be the same. However, in life we observe significant fluctuations in the sex ratio in one direction or another, both in different geographical populations and by age groups.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):49-50
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Fibrin formation in ischemic heart disease
Silverstova G.P.
Abstract

Despite the large number of works devoted to the study of the process of thrombus formation in atherosclerosis, both the pathogenesis of the complications that arise and the mechanisms of protective and adaptive reactions aimed at eliminating this threat remain not fully understood. The objective of this study was to study some of the features of fibrin formation, the final stage of the blood coagulation process, in healthy people and in patients with atherosclerosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):50-51
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On the suitability of the Starr formula for determining the stroke volume of the heart and the minute volume of blood circulation
Lazidi G.H.
Abstract

To assess cardiohemodynamics in various pathological conditions, the indicator dilution method has been widely and successfully used in the last 10 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):51
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Cystic fibrosis in an infant
Valeeva M.G.
Abstract

A 5-month-old child with a diagnosis of epidemic hepatitis was admitted to the hepatitis department of the 1st infectious diseases hospital in Kazan. The child is one of twins, was born from the first pregnancy at term, weighing 1650 g, was breastfed. He suffered from jaundice of a newborn, was discharged from the hospital on the 18th day. After 5 days of staying at home, the boy fell ill with pneumonia, for which he was in the hospital, where he received antibiotics and serotherapy. There he suffered furunculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):51-52
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Dynamics of lactate dehydrogenase activity in lymph and blood serum in acute diffuse peritonitis
MIkusev U.E.
Abstract

A number of studies have found that in severe acute injuries, intracellular enzymes enter the general circulation from the damaged area.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):52-53
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On repeated perforations of stomach ulcers, duodenal ulcers and gastrointestinal anastomosis
Baskakov V.A.
Abstract

Repeated perforation of gastric and duodenal ulcers are rare and account for 0.2 to 3.7% of sutured ulcers. Multiple perforations are described as casuistic cases. So, 3-fold perforation of ulcers was described by D. D. Chalykh (1955), R. M. Borushkov (1961); 4-fold - B. V. Zharova (1953); 5-fold - V.I.Demchuk (1963).

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):53-54
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The use of methyluracil in the complex therapy of patients with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer
Danovskiy L.V.
Abstract

We observed 48 patients (12 women and 36 men) with exacerbation of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. All patients had "niches". A stomach ulcer was in 17 patients, a duodenal ulcer - in 27, a combination of a stomach ulcer and a duodenal ulcer - in 4.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):54
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Vagotomy and pyloroplasty for perforated gastroduodenal ulcers
Mushkin K.I., Surnikov N.G.
Abstract

In the clinic of faculty surgery of the Saratov Medical Institute, vagotomy and pyloroplasty for perforated gastroduodenal ulcers has been used since 1968.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):54-55
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About the methods of processing the hernial sac during hernia repair
Geller A.N.
Abstract

In connection with the appearance on the pages of the press of a message (Yu. A. Ratner, 1970) about the inexpediency of removing the hernial sac in case of large recurrent hernias, we decided to share our thoughts and experience on this issue.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):55-56
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Isolated rupture of the pancreas
Galkin R.A., Kuznecov A.I.
Abstract

Isolated closed lesions of the pancreas are extremely rare in the practice of a surgeon. Usually damage to the gland is preceded by trauma to the abdomen. We observed a rupture of the pancreas in an elderly patient in whom the nature of the injury could not be established. The unusualness of this observation and the difficulty of diagnosis prompted us to publish it.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):56-57
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Enterobiopsy for diseases of the biliary tract
Maslov V.P., Danovskiy L.V.
Abstract

With a disease of the biliary tract (chronic cholecystitis, cholangitis, cholecysto-hepatitis), the small intestine is often involved in the pathological process. Patients have enteral syndrome of varying severity - bloating, rumbling in the abdomen, intolerance to certain foods, unstable stools, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):57
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Study of the bilirubin-excretory function of congestive liver using nicotinic acid loading
Nedogoda V.V.
Abstract

The author examined 157 people. blood bilirubin level within 3 hours after intravenous administration of 1 ml of 1% solution of nicotinic acid.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):57
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Thyroid weight in adults in the western regions of Bashkiria
Puskarev N.I.
Abstract

The average weight of the thyroid gland of a person aged 21-65 years in areas free from goiter, according to various authors, is 19; 19-35; 25-35 g.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):58
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Changes in hemocoagulation during surgery
Pavlovskiy D.P.
Abstract

A comprehensive study of the blood coagulation system in the dynamics of surgical intervention (every 25-30 minutes) in 75 patients operated on the abdominal organs (for free hernia, chronic appendicitis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, benign tumors) was carried out.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):58-59
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Method for determination of bacterial contamination of granulating wounds in burn patients
Matusis Z.E., Kupriyanov V.A.
Abstract

The only pathogenetic method of treating granulating burn wounds is skin autoplasty, the result of which largely depends on bacterial contamination.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):59
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Outcomes of treatment of open fractures of the upper extremities in the district hospital
zaripov Z.A.
Abstract

Open fractures of the bones of the upper extremities (shoulder and forearm) differ in a number of features of the course and treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):59-60
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On post-stress changes in the content of circulating eosinophils
Makarov I.A.
Abstract

Post-stress eosinopenia is a well-known fact. Until recently, most researchers considered glucocorticoid eosinolysis to be the cause of this phenomenon. But now this point of view is increasingly challenged. This controversial issue is the subject of this work.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):61
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Pain thresholds in women with chronic inflammatory processes of the uterine appendages
Kulavskiy V.A.
Abstract

We studied the thresholds of peripheral skin sensitivity in the Snegirev-Ged zones in patients with chronic inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs before and during the complex treatment. To determine the zones of skin hyperesthesia, the method of electrothermometry with the combined apparatus of Mischuk and the application of a chemical skin irritant (Rosenthal's paste) were used.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):62
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Indications and contraindications for the treatment of patients with glomerulonephritis at the Yangan-Tau resort
Farhutdinov R.G., Acbashev R.S.
Abstract

One of the resorts for the treatment of patients with kidney disease located in Bashkiria is Yangan-Tau. In recent years, more and more patients with urological and renal diseases have been admitted here.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):62-63
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On the issue of preventive activity of organ extracts and blood serum of animals
Amfiteatrova N.F., Alaturceva I.E.
Abstract

This report presents the materials of a comparative study of the protective effect of the extract of the lungs, bronchial lymph nodes and blood serum in animals revaccinated against whooping cough using conventional subcutaneous and intranasal methods (methods, as well as the results of studying the correlation between the preventive properties of the tested substrates and the concentration of uM- and yG -antibodies.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):63-64
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FUNCTIONAL STATE OF THE ADRENAL CORTEX UNDER THE CONDITIONS OF PREDICATION, ANALYSIS AND OPERATIONS FOR CHILDREN
Ziganshin D.M.
Abstract

Many works have been devoted to the study of the functional state of the adrenal cortex under the influence of premedication (preparation for anesthesia), anesthesia, and surgical trauma in adults [3, 12, 13, 23, 24, 30, 37]. As a result of these studies, it was found that premedication, anesthesia and surgical trauma cause activation of the secretory activity of the adrenal cortex, powerful formation and release of steroid hormones into the blood. Such an increase in the amount of corticoids is necessary to maintain the water and electrolyte balance in the body, carbohydrate and protein metabolism, vascular tone and other factors that ensure the constancy of the internal environment.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):65-69
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SOME QUESTIONS OF ANEMIA CLINIC
Germanov V.A., Kirichenko N.A.
Abstract

The article discusses some issues of the clinic of anemia based on the experience of the Kuibyshev Hematological Center, organized in 1957 and has two hematological departments for 50 beds for the treatment of adults (with daily outpatient visits), clinical, biochemical laboratories based on the multidisciplinary clinical hospital of the Kuibyshev Medical Institute them. D. I. Ulyanova. The experience of treating 553 patients with various forms of anemia, consulting and teaching work in hematology and the results of studies of 1013 patients with cancer of various localization were used.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):69-76
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QUANTITATIVE METHOD FOR ASSESSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT IN CHILDREN OF PRESCHOOL AGE WITH POSTURE VIOLATION
Yablonskih M.A.
Abstract

Until now, to denote the results of treatment of children with postural disorders, such no quantitative terms as “deterioration”, “improvement”, etc., which are subjective in nature, are widely used, which makes it impossible to more accurately assess the effectiveness of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):76-78
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ANALYSIS OF THE ECONOMIC COSTS OF TUBERCULOSIS SURVEY IN RURAL POPULATION MOBILE FLUOROGRAPHIC UNITS
Hrisanov A.V.
Abstract

Fluorography in our time has taken a firm place in anti-tuberculosis work. Its role is also invaluable in the detection of non-tuberculous diseases of the chest organs. In this regard, the planning and organization of the fluorographic service are of great importance for public health throughout our country. The search for the most acceptable forms of work in various conditions will have a significant impact on reducing economic costs when conducting fluorographic surveys of the population. However, very little attention is paid to this issue according to the data of periodical literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):78-79
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ABOUT THE CONNECTION OF THE EDGES OF WANES WITH A STICKY PLASTER
Ichetovkin G.G.
Abstract

The widespread method of stitching the edges of wounds with threads is often difficult in the conditions of paramedics stations, in case of injuries of people working in remote areas, in the field, etc. In addition, as a rule, a usual stitch applied on the face and neck leaves a noticeable scar.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):79
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MEDICAL PRODUCTS FROM POLYMER MATERIALS
Bezvidnuy S.U.
Abstract

A number of new medical instruments have been developed at VNIIMI in recent years. This message provides information on plastic tools.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):80-85
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Adrenal glands and arterial hypertension
Rahlin L.M.
Abstract

The modern understanding of arterial hypertension is based on their multi-link pathogenesis, and this or that link in different cases has a leading, sometimes starting and supporting value. Already from this point of view, the book "Adrenal glands and arterial hypertension" attracts attention with a detailed analysis of the role and significance of adrenal factors in the pathogenesis of both symptomatic and "essential", according to the old terminology, hypertension, hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):85-87
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Atony of the ureters
Shvalev V.N.
Abstract

The monograph "Atony of the ureters" reflects the original physiological and surgical direction that has developed over the past two decades in the Kazan surgical school.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):88
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COMPLICATIONS OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AND HELP WITH THEM
Lushnikova L.A.
Abstract

The next plenum of the board of the All-Russian Society of Cardiology, held in Moscow on 23-24 / XII 1971, was devoted to the urgent problem of modern cardiology - complications of myocardial infarction. Prof. A. M. Damir, opening the plenum, noted that despite the great success achieved in recent years in the organization of care for cardiological patients, the mortality rate in myocardial infarction is still too high.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):88-91
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IMMUNODEPRESSANTS IN RHEUMATOLOGY
Kudryavcev U.N.
Abstract

On 3 and 4 / II 1972, a symposium on the topic "Immunosuppressants in rheumatology" was held in Moscow. The symposium was organized by the Institute of Rheumatism of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences. It was attended by rheumatologists from Moscow, Leningrad, Vilnius, Kazan, Donetsk, and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):91-92
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VI ALL-UNION CONGRESS OF PHYSICAL THERAPISTS AND RESORTOLOGISTS
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

AG Safonov, Head of the Main Department of Medical and Preventive Aid M3 of the USSR, made a report on the state and prospects for the development of physiotherapeutic and balneological care for the population in the light of the decisions of the 24th Congress of the CPSU.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):92-93
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PROFESSOR VITALY VIKTORINOVICH GROMOV
Kastorskiy -.F.
Abstract

On 20 / III 1972, the Honored Doctor of the TASSR, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Vitaly Viktorinovich Gromov died.

Kazan medical journal. 1972;53(4):94-95
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