Vol 18, No 2 (1922)

About malaria

Mühlens’a Р.

Abstract

During the work of the German Medical Mission in Russia, we could be convinced that issues related to malaria are of particular interest among our Russian comrades.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):3-10
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On the issue of the excretion of chlorides and urine in cardiac patients

Pshenichnov F.V.

Abstract

During clinical observations of cardiac patients, it was long ago noted that the excretion of urine in them sharply differs from that in healthy people. Quinque's investigations allowed him to come to the conclusion that in these patients, at a certain period of the disease, nocturnal polyuria was observed, as he also noted for some renal patients, argeriosclerotic and cachectic patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):12-28
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To the question of the management of the normal successive period

Chukalov N.N.

Abstract

Мы знаем, что женщина может родить совершенно нормально без всякой посторонней помощи, т. е. проделать самостоятельно все три периода родов, остаться здоровой и иметь здорового и жизне­способного ребенка.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):29-44
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About the development of bone tissue in goiter

Kulesh L.A.

Abstract

In May 1921, a patient with a significant goiter came to the Faculty Surgical Clinic of Kazan University for an outpatient appointment with a request for an operation. The patient was admitted to the clinic, and in view of the rare and extremely interesting features that the goiter presented in her during its objective study, this case was kindly provided to me by the then temporarily in charge of the clinic, prof. VN Larin for research and description.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):45-48
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A few words about surgical treatment of large rectal prolapse

Vishnevsky A.V.

Abstract

To date, there is no noticeable certainty in the question of the surgical treatment of rectal prolapse. The abundance of treatments is clear evidence that a reliable method is still available. not yet available.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):49-53
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The current state of laryngology

Chalusov M.A.

Abstract

On March 17, 1905, laryngologists of all countries celebrated the centenary of the birth of Manuel Garcia, who was well at that time, and together, the 50th anniversary of the existence of laryngology as a separate branch of medicine.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):54-71
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To the Neisser's gonococcus staining technique

Krivosheev N.p.

Abstract

Soon after the appearance of the first message of Neisser about gonococcus as the causative agent of gonorrhea, a number of authors (Krause, Jlirschberg, Ècklund, Gama Pinto, Sternberg, Lustgarten, Hague r, Fränkel, etc.) opposed this doctrine with complete denial virulence and specificity of this microorganism).

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):72-83
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0 trigemino-vagal reflex

Rusetsky I.I.

Abstract

Reflexology is the most fruitful part of neurology. With the accumulation of data in this area and the establishment of new principles and laws, our knowledge about the functions of the brain deepens, starting with simple reflexes of the medullae spinalis (Marschal ) and ending with complex reflexes of the cerebral hemispheres (combined, inhibited reflexes).

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):84-104
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Spontaneous healing of malignant neoplasms. Sauerbruch (Deut. Med. Woch., 1922, no. 5)

Abstract

The author observed 3 cases of complete spontaneous healing of neoplasms, the certainty of the malignant nature of which was precisely established another, in a woman of 56 years, advanced breast cancer, in a third, in a 22-year-old girl, spindle cell sarcoma of the hip. The author also cites a number of similar cases from the literature. Such cases, apparently, speak for the possibility of conservative treatment of malignant neoplasms with such means as x-rays, Proteinkörpertherapie, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):105-105
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On the X-ray technique of malignant tumors. Brock (Strahlentherapie. Bd. 13, No. 1)

Abstract

Analyzing this technique Brock strongly points out the need for the corresponding lymph glands to be protected from the action of x-rays during the X-ray examination of malignant tumors.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):105-105
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Placental, ovarian and testicular lipoids. Fellner (Pflüger’s Arch., Bd. 189)

Abstract

According to Fellner's experiments, the injection of placental and ovarian lipoids into male animals causes in the latter a decrease in the testes, shrinkage of the tubules and the cessation of spermatogenesis, and this action is not specific, the state of the testes with it resembles that , which is observed at the birth of an animal.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):105-106
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On the biology of microbes of the female genital canal. Sternberg (Zeit. f. Geb., Bd. 84)

Abstract

According to Sternberg'y, the microbes found in the female genital canal remain innocent saprophytes only as long as the body's defenses are at the proper height, with the weakening of the same microbes can in a short time, acquire the properties of parasites and infect the body.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):106-106
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Measles preventive vaccinations. Higaishі and Okamdto (Japan med. World, 1921)

Abstract

Higaishі and Okamdto found that the smallest dose of blood from a measles patient, which can still cause illness in healthy children, fluctuated in 1921 between 0.01 and 0.02, while injecting 0.0001 of similar blood, being completely harmless, it creates a certain immunity in the child, so that subsequently he tolerates the introduction of 0.01-0.02 measles blood without harm.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):106-106
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The use of vital tuberculin. Selter (Deut. Med. Wocli., 1921, No. 19; Zeit. F. Hyg., 1921)

Abstract

Selter proved by experiments on animals that, using the preparations used so far from killed tubercle bacilli or live acid-resistant bacilli, it is impossible to achieve immunization guinea pigs against tuberous reinfection.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):106-107
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Treatment of atrial flutter (Vorhofsfümmern). Drury, Iliesku, and Wedd (Brit. Med. J., 24 / IX 1921)

Abstract

Authors used quinidine sulfate in 13 cases of this suffering, and after the patients were free of foxglove and strophanthus, they were first given 0.2 quinidine peros in order to find out , do they tolerate this remedy, and then the systematic use of the latter has already begun, again peros, in gelatin capsules.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):107-107
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Action of diuretics Nоnnenbruch (Deut. med. Woch., 1922, No. 6)

Abstract

It has long been known how persistently blood seeks to maintain its inherent composition. This is achieved thanks to the action, on the one hand, of the kidneys, which remove excess water and soluble substances, on the other hand, of the tissues that absorb this excess.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):107-107
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Organ therapy for diabetes mellitus. Loening, Wahlen (Deut. med. Woch., 1922, No. 7)

Abstract

According to the observations of Loenіng, in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, in addition to the appropriate diet. it is necessary to strive to eliminate those disorders that depend on the insufficiency of the internal secretion of the pancreas.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):108-108
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Osteophytes during pregnancy. Dreyfuss (Arch. F. Gynaek., Bd. 115)

Abstract

According to Dreyfuss, osteophytes in pregnant women are not formed as often as it is usually thought, no more than in 33% of all pregnancies.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):108-108
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Glycosuria as a sign of pregnancy. Seitz and Jess (Münch. m. Woch., 1922, No. 1)

Abstract

Glycosuria as a sign of pregnancy. Seitz and Jess found that when administered to pregnant women (at II-VIII months of pregnancy) 100 grm. of grape sugar, half of them get glycosuria.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):108-108
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Heart defects during pregnancy. Wеrnеr and Stiglbauer (Arch. F. Gyn., Bd. 115)

Abstract

According to the observations of Wernega and Stiglbauer'a, in pregnant women with mitral stenosis, it is necessary to terminate the pregnancy at the first signs of decompensation, without wasting time on drug treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):108-108
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Serodiagnosis of syphilis in pregnant women. Stühmer and Dreyer (Zeit. F. Gab., Bd. 84)

Abstract

Serodiagnosis of syphilis in pregnant women, Stühmer and Dreyer note the unreliability of serological tests for syphilis in pregnant women and women in labor: due to metabolic disorders depending on the liver and placenta, approximately 10% of pregnancy is nonspecific. inhibition of reactions to lues.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):108-109
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Etiology of eclampsia. Schönfeld (Arch. F. Gyn., Bd. 115)

Abstract

Schönfeld assumes that in the blood of pregnant women there are substances originating from the placenta, namely, enzymes, aminobodies and lipoids, and lipoids are especially pronounced in eclampsia.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):109-109
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Diagnosis and therapy of tubal pregnancy. Löhnberg (Zeit. f. Geb., Bd. 84)

Abstract

Based on the analysis of 152 operated cases of tubal pregnancies, Löhnberg determines the likelihood of sweeping tubal pregnancies with inflammatory diseases of the appendages in 10% and attaches particular importance in recognition to anamnestic indications of cramping pains. Uterine pregnancy after ectopic pregnancy occurs 6 times more often than pregnancy in another tube.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):109-109
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Treatment of acute anemia sub partu. E. Runge (Deut. Med. Woch., 1922, No. 5)

Abstract

E. Runge fundamentally recommends, in case of any more significant blood loss in women in labor, to collect blood flowing from the genital canal into a clean vessel and keep it.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):109-109
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Vaccine diagnosis and vaccine therapy of ascending gonorrhea in women. Weinzierl (Zeit f. Geb., Bd. 84)

Abstract

Weinzierl, using vaccination with artigon Vrusk'a (polyvalent vaccine prepared from 20 different generations of gonococci and containing 20 million, killed microbes in 1 cubic sant.) In 96 patients with inflammatory tumors uterine appendages, and artigon was injected intravenously

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):110-110
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The reason for the closure of the Votall's duct in newborns. Vogt (Fortschr. D. Röntgenstr., 28)

Abstract

Vogt made a number of studies with the infection of the circulatory system in newborns through the umbilical vein. For injection he was served with a mixture of 60.0 red lead, 100.0 water, 20.0 chalk and 20.0 gelatin.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):110-110
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Puncture of sinus longitudinalis in newborns. Gordon (Journ. of Аm. Med. Ass., 1921, 22)

Abstract

Based on observations of 231 newborns, Gordon considers such a puncture to be completely safe.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):110-110
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Migraine treatment. Brown (Journ. Of Am. Med. Ass., 1891, No. 18)

Abstract

According to the observations of Brown migraine is often the result of improper diet, namely, an excess of food or carbohydrates, or animal proteins.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):110-111
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Treatment of dorsal tabes with salvarsan and latent lues'a. Pulay (Deut. med. Woch., 1922, No. 7)

Abstract

With the usual treatment of dorsal tabes with salvarsan, patients often experience strong reactionary phenomena, namely, stomach crises and severe pain, and with the same treatment of latent syphilis, easy fatigue, headaches, weight loss, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):111-111
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Strengthening hair growth. Карр (Deut. med. Woch., 1921, No.11)

Abstract

In the past, to enhance hair growth, they were limited exclusively to the use of chemical, thermal and electrical stimuli on the skin, with the aim of encouraging the hair papillae to intensify activity. Zuptz for the first time went to this goal in a different way, by introducing into the body, in a dissolved form, keratin, which is necessary for hair growth.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):111-111
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Lupus contagion. Burchardi (Deut. Med. Woch., 1922, no. 6)

Abstract

Burchardi found that inoculation of guinea pigs with crusts and pus from lupus ulcers of the skin and nasal mucosa does not cause tuberculosis in animals, while inoculation of tissues.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):111-111
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Sensory nerves of the cornea. Bruckner and Goldscheider (Berl. Kl. Woch., 1919, No. 52)

Abstract

Freg found that the cornea, when irritated with a thin hair, perceives exclusively pain, while the feeling of touch and pressure is absent, and this gave the author reason to assert that there are “nerves that perceive exclusively pain.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):1112-112
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Blood for major diseases. Brückner (XVL Vers. d. Opht. Gesel., Heidelberg, 1918)

Roshchin V.

Abstract

Having studied the composition of blood in 90 patients with eye diseases. - blenorrhoid conjunctivitis, serpiginous ulcer, perforating lesions, sympathetic inflammation and trachoma, Brückner found that an acute local process in the eye can affect the composition of the blood, and the latter changes depending on the improvement or deterioration of the process.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):112-112
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Mieloma inside the eye. Slock (Klin. Mon. f. Augenheil., 1918)

Adamyuk V.

Abstract

Slock observed a case of intraocular myeloma. The tumor, occupying a significant part of the vitreous body, sat on the nipple of the optic nerve, being fused also with the membranes of the fundus of the eye and with the sclera around it. The choroid contained deposits of bone tissue, which was in direct contact with the tumor.

Kazan medical journal. 1922;18(2):112-112
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