Vol 66, No 6 (1985)

Outcomes of traumatic brain injury in patients with impaired consciousness
Valeev E.K., Kirillov A.L., Valeeva S.M., Lisitsyna L.M.
Abstract

Impairment of consciousness is one of the essential signs of traumatic brain injury.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):401-403
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Tabular method for express diagnostics of concussion and minor contusion of the brain
Troshin V.M., Likhterman L.B., Krol M.P., Frolova S.M.
Abstract

Concussion and minor contusion of the brain are known to dominate the clinical forms of traumatic brain injury.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):403-406
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Compression fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine in children
Rumyantseva A.A., Bashirova F.X.
Abstract

The age-related evolution of the spine in combination with the physiological characteristics of a growing organism determines the specificity of the clinical and radiological picture and the treatment of uncomplicated spinal fractures in childhood.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):407-410
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Injuries of the crew on board the river fleet
Shapovalov K.A.
Abstract

The commissioning of new types of river vessels with improved navigable qualities, the use of complex ship control systems impose increased requirements on the health of the crew.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):410-411
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Biomechanics of movement disorders in patients with consequences of shoulder dislocation
Efimov A.P.
Abstract

Treatment of dislocations of the shoulder joint is an urgent problem of traumatology due to the frequent formation of intractable desmogenic contracture or habitual dislocations in this type of injury.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):411-413
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Rehabilitation of patients after surgical treatment of retinal detachment
Khasanova N.X., Fedorova N.V., Valimukhametova N.A.
Abstract

One of the most important problems in ophthalmology is damage to the organ of vision.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):413-414
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Some theoretical and clinical aspects of electrical impulse therapy for cardiac arrhythmias
Arleevsky I.P.
Abstract

Based on modern ideas about the nature of cardiac arrhythmias, about the role in their development of changes in the transmembrane potential caused by shifts in the permeability of cytoplasmic membranes and extra- and intracellular concentrations of the main potential-forming ions, it can be assumed that a high-voltage discharge of a capacitor restores sinus rhythm by affecting the indicated parameters heart muscle.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):414-416
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Quantification of physiologically significant pulmonary hypertension
Zaripov R.A.
Abstract

Increased pressure in the pulmonary circulation is a key link in the pathogenesis of most pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):416-419
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Venous and CSF pressure in cerebral infarction with a hemorrhagic component
Ashman A.A.
Abstract

Literature data on the value of cerebrospinal fluid pressure in certain forms of ischemic stroke are few and contradictory.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):419-421
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Long-term results of perivascular decompression of the great vessels of the lower extremities in the treatment of obliterating endarteritis
Medvedev V.N., Podolsky V.N.
Abstract

There is an assumption that an important role in the occlusive process of the great arteries of the leg and foot in obliterating endarteritis is played by the factor of extravasal compression associated with pathological degeneration of paravasal tissue.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):421-424
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Tensiometric assessment of postoperative wound healing
Kochnev O.S., Gainullin U.S.
Abstract

Over the past decades, synthetic threads with minimal allergenic properties have been obtained and are being used.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):424-428
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Clinical and immunological indicators in puerperas in the treatment of late toxicosis of pregnant women
Fazleeva L.K., Puzyreva N.A., Tulchinskaya N.A., Davydova I.A., Ruban T.P.
Abstract

Despite the numerous theories of the origin of late toxicosis in pregnant women, the participation of immunological processes in this pathology is considered proven [1, 4, 6, 7].

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):428-430
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Long-term results of surgical treatment of patients with internal endometriosis of the uterus
Sabsay M.I., Klein V.A., Kravchuk T.A., Lazaricheva G.P.
Abstract

Advances in gynecological endocrinology have significantly narrowed the range of indications for surgical treatment for genital endometriosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):430-433
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Ultrasound examination of the liver in the differential diagnosis of jaundice
Kamalov Y.R., Severov M.V.
Abstract

The difficulties in diagnosing the nature of jaundice are well known.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):433-435
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Echography of the liver and biliary tract in childhood
Mazurin A.V., Bulatov V.P., Zaprudnoye A.M., Pisarev A.G.
Abstract

Until now, many aspects of the problem of diseases of the hepatobiliary system in children remain unresolved, which prompted us to determine the diagnostic value of ultrasound examination of the liver and biliary tract in various forms of damage.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):435-437
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Coordinating relationships between the muscles of the lower back and lower extremities in patients with non-neurodystrophic form of lumboischialgia
Vasilevskaya O.V.
Abstract

Biomechanical factors play a significant role in the formation of spinal osteochondrosis syndromes.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):437-440
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Clinical characteristics of alcoholism with different rates of progression
Enikeeva D.D.
Abstract

In order to study the rate of progression of alcoholism, an analysis of a large clinical material was carried out: the timing of the appearance and subsequent development of the axial symptomatology of the disease, the duration of the stages and the rate of transition of the initial stage to the late ones, as well as the time of the onset of the consequences and complications of the disease, personality changes and social decompensation.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):440-442
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Impaired lymphatic drainage from the endolymphatic sac in Menier's disease
Firsova I.P.
Abstract

Currently, endolymphatic hydrops is considered a morphological substrate of Meniere's disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):442-444
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About stable fixation of the spine
Zaripov Z.A.
Abstract

Persons with spinal fractures make up only 3–6% of the number of inpatients, however, it is they who become disabled in 15–27% of cases, and sometimes a similar injury is the cause of their death [1, 3, 6].

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):457-458
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Improvement of the method of reduction of bone fragments in diaphyseal fractures of the shin bones
Kovalenko N.A.
Abstract

Fractures of the shin bones are much more often than fractures of bones of other localization, complicated by the formation of false joints, constituting one of the main causes of primary disability in patients with traumatological profile. Early, low-traumatic and accurate reposition of fragments followed by stable immobilization significantly reduces the number of such complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):459-459
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Bone cutter
Sabitov V.K., Zelenoe E.S., Gafarov X.Z.
Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):459-460
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Removable retainer of hooks to the frame retractor
Avdeev A.A.
Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):460-461
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Ophthalmic measuring device
Petryanin A.Y.
Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):461-462
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Clinical experiences
Analysis of agricultural injuries in the Bugulma region of the TASSR
Seyukov I.N.
Abstract

We have analyzed the causes of injuries among agricultural workers in the Bugulma region of the TASSR in 1979-1983.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):444-444
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Compression cranioplasty for surgical treatment of purulent wounds
Mrasov N.M., Nikoshin L.I.
Abstract

The presence of powerful antibacterial agents and the positive outcomes of using a blind suture after surgical treatment of purulent wounds of the skull and brain gave us the basis in an experiment on 36 dogs to find out the possibility of primary closure of skull defects using the compression method of cranioplasty developed at the Department.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):444-445
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Echocardiographic and rheographic comparisons in the diagnosis of primary pulmonary hypertension
Oslopov V.N., Khodzhaeva D.K., Anufrieva V.K., Zaitseva O.O., Nefedova A.I.
Abstract

Primary pulmonary hypertension has long been considered a rare disease, but since the late 1960s, there has been an abrupt increase in the frequency of this suffering.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):445-448
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Change in the activity of Na, K-ATPase of erythrocytes in patients with atherosclerosis
Rubin V.I., Yudanova L.S., Orlova L.S., Esafova T.V., Grudtsyna M.P., Yarmashevich I.A., Fedotov E.A.
Abstract

The aim of this work was to study the activity of transport ATP-ases in different phases of atherosclerosis, depending on the energy state of cells.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):448-448
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Influence of inhibition of contact activation on the stability of hemocoagulation and fibrinolysis factors during storage of donor blood
Baishev I.M.
Abstract

Donated blood with a shelf life of more than 1-2 days in some cases can cause hypocoagulation in the recipient due to the presence of a preservative, a decrease in the number of platelets, the activity of factors V, VIII and fibrinogen.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):449-450
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Changes in the function of external respiration and pulmonary circulation in patients with bronchial asthma after a session of acupuncture
Eremin A.K., Elenevsky V.L.
Abstract

In the treatment of patients with bronchial asthma, along with drug therapy, acupuncture is increasingly used.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):450-450
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Radionuclide diagnostics of destructive pulmonary tuberculosis
Volodina G.I., Kochetkov V.F., Semenov V.M.
Abstract

We performed 111 lung scans with MAA-1311 in 89 patients with destructive pulmonary tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):450-451
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The level of immunoglobulins in coprofiltrates and blood serum of children with pneumonia complicated by intestinal dysbiosis
Bulanova G.K., Kurashvili L.V., Remizova L.P., Katkova G.A., Ksenofontova L.L., Novoseltseva T.N., Vertyashkina T.V., Mitrofanova A.V., Shchetinina L.I.
Abstract

The aim of this work was to study the content of immunoglobulins in blood serum and coprofiltrates in children with acute pneumonia, occurring against the background of intestinal dysbiosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):451-452
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Gastrointestinal forms of salmonellosis caused by S. infantis and S. typhimurium
Gelfand L.L., Sorokin A.A.
Abstract

We studied the clinical features of salmonellosis caused by S. infantis and S. typhimurium.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):452-452
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Medical tactics for accrete twins
Mironova T.A., Denisova V.S., Govorovskaya E.A.
Abstract

Double fetal deformities are a casuistic rarity.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):452-453
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Experience of using the operation of supravaginal amputation of the body of the uterus without appendages
Koshkin B.M.
Abstract

A common complication after surgery for supravaginal amputation of the uterine body is prolapse or prolapse of the cervical stump, which necessitates a second operation. As the analysis of the case histories of repeatedly operated patients has shown, some imperfection of the generally accepted classical technique of supravaginal amputation of the uterine body leads to the prolapse of the cervical stump.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):454-454
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Some immunological indicators in the treatment of multiple sclerosis with autoliquor
Semenova S.P.
Abstract

Treatment with autoliquor was carried out in 73 patients with multiple sclerosis (29 men and 44 women) aged 18 to 50 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):454-455
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Epidemiology
The role of the inoculation route of transmission of pathogens of pyoinflammatory diseases in medical institutions
Grigoriev V.E., Khisamutdinov A.G., Genchikov L.A., Mukhamedova R.U., Fedorov V.V., Shaimardanov R.S., Minigaleeva F.A., Ignatiev M.F.
Abstract

In modern conditions, the problem of pyoinflammatory diseases caused by staphylococci is one of the most urgent in medical science and healthcare practice due to their widespread occurrence in medical institutions of any profile.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):455-457
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Book review
Express endoprosthetics using fast-acting polymers in medicine
Abstract

Increased physical inactivity, illness and an increase in the number of injuries lead to early wear and tear and destruction of human organs and tissues.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):462-463
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Outcomes of traumatic brain injury in patients with impaired consciousness
Abstract

Based on the observation of 531 victims, it was found that at the age of 16 years and older, with an outrageous coma, 100% died, with a deep coma - 76.2%, with a moderate coma - 52.6%, in a stupor - 28%, with a moderate and deep stun - 30.9%.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-469
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Socio-psychological aspects of managerial work in health care
Abstract

The authors set themselves the task of providing the heads of health care authorities and institutions with information about social psychology, revealing the most important qualities of a leader, as well as relationships in the "leader-team" system, highlighting the issues of leadership style in the latter.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):463-463
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Legionnaires' disease
Abstract

The book is dedicated to a little-known respiratory infection - the disease of the "legionnaires".

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):464-464
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Tabular method for express diagnostics of concussion and minor contusion of the brain
Abstract

The possibilities of the tabular method in the differential diagnosis of concussion and minor contusion of the brain are shown

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-469
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Compression fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine in children
Abstract

The case histories of 82 children with compression fractures of the spine were analyzed.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-469
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Injuries of the crew on board the river fleet
Abstract

The analysis of injuries of the crew on ships is carried out.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-469
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Biomechanics of movement disorders in patients with consequences of shoulder dislocation
Abstract

The results of a biomechanical study of the functional consequences of shoulder dislocation and its post-traumatic immobilization in 67 patients are presented.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-469
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Rehabilitation of patients after surgical treatment of retinal detachment
Abstract

The features of rehabilitation of 88 patients operated on for traumatic retinal detachment are presented.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):469-470
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Some theoretical and clinical aspects of electro-pulse therapy for cardiac arrhythmias
Abstract

It is shown that a high-voltage discharge of a capacitor causes two-phase changes in the transmembrane potential, impedance, electrical resistance, and parameters of the current-voltage characteristic, which are determined by the density of the discharge current.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):470-470
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Quantification of physiologically significant pulmonary hypertension
Abstract

On the basis of a systematic approach to the analysis of the state of the pulmonary circulation, it is proposed to assess the degree of pulmonary hypertension not by absolute figures of pressure, but in relative values, representing the ratio of pressure in the pulmonary artery to aortic artery, correlated with the proper value.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):470-470
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Venous and CSF pressure in cerebral infarction with a hemorrhagic component
Abstract

In 55 patients with cerebral infarction with a hemorrhagic component and in 146 patients with white cerebral infarction, the pressure in the ulnar vein and CSF pressure were studied in dynamics.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):470-470
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Long-term results of perivascular decompression of the great vessels of the lower extremities in the treatment of obliterating endarteritis
Abstract

The long-term results of perivascular decompression of the great vessels of the lower extremities were studied in the treatment of patients with obliterating endarieritis with regional ischemia of II-IV degree, which allow us to consider this operation as one of the hemodynamically adequate methods of surgical treatment of endarteritis.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):470-470
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Tensiometric assessment of postoperative wound healing
Abstract

The article describes a ranotensiometer developed and manufactured by the authors, the action of which is based on the conversion of pressure into a force developed by a bellows elastic sensitive element.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):470-471
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Clinical and immunological indicators in puerperas in the treatment of late toxicosis of pregnant women
Abstract

A survey of 207 puerperas was carried out taking into account the effect of the duration of therapy for late toxicosis on the course of pregnancy and childbirth, fetal development and adaptation of newborns, indicators of humoral immunity in terms of immunoglobulins A, M, G, total IgE and circulating immune complexes.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):471-471
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Long-term results of surgical treatment of patients with internal endometriosis of the uterus
Abstract

A comparative assessment of the long-term (after 7-10 years) results of surgical treatment of 60 patients with internal uterine endometriosis was carried out.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):471-471
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Conferences
XIV Annual Conference of the European Society for Environmental Mutagens
Semenov V.V.
Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):464-465
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Magnetic fields in the theory and practice of medicine
Ibragimova A.G.
Abstract

At the regional conference, held simultaneously with the HTT-84 review competition of medical workers, more than 40 reports were heard and discussed on the following sections: equipment for magnetic therapy and theoretical issues of its application, magnetic fields in clinics and experiments.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):465-466
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Obituary
Professor Alexey Vasilievich Kibyakov
Abstract

On May 30, at the age of 86, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Aleksey Vasilievich Kibyakov suddenly died.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):466-467
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Professor Ivan Ilyich Klyuev
Abstract

On April 28, 1985, after a serious and prolonged illness at the age of 66, a famous scientist and surgeon, Honored Doctor of the RSFSR and the Mordovian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Head of the Department of Hospital Surgery of the Mordovian Order of Friendship of Peoples of the University named after I.I. NP Ogareva professor Ivan Ilyich Klyuev.

Kazan medical journal. 1985;66(6):468-468
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