Vol 43, No 6 (1962)

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Surgical treatment of goiter

Neimark I.I.


Surgical treatment of goiter does not cease to attract the attention of doctors. Although the disease is well studied and an extensive literature is devoted to it, there are still a number of controversial issues regarding preoperative preparation and treatment tactics.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):3-7
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Experience with thyroid surgery

Akhtyamova Z.S.


As you know, especially great advances in goiter surgery have been made in recent decades. Currently, there are two main types of operations: enucleation and resection.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):7-9
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Immediate complications after surgery for toxic goiter

Birman A.S.


The direct complications were studied in 260 patients with thyrotoxicosis who were operated on in our clinic; in addition, the data on 16 patients who died after subtotal strumectomy in various medical institutions of the Altai Territory were analyzed.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):9-12
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Asphyxia and fight against it with strumectomy

Cheremukhin L.F., Rusonik M.E., Palagin E.M.


One of the serious complications of strumectomy is asphyxiation. It can occur both in patients with Graves' disease and in simple goiter, either reflexively, or as a result of the onset of laryngeal edema.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):13-14
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Surgical treatment of recurrent goiter

Damardin L.I.


The causes of postoperative goiter recurrence and the tactics of their treatment have not yet been sufficiently studied. The frequency of relapses of diffuse toxic goiter varies widely (O. V. Nikolaev and F. A. Agafonov, 1957 - 0.2%; E. S. Drachinskaya, 1954 - 2%; N. I. Truten, 1956 - 1, 5%), According to the combined statistics of 60 authors, concerning 43818 operations for goiter (F.A.Agafonov, 1948), the recurrence rate is 6.4.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):14-16
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Long-term clinical and ballistocardiographic observations in patients with thyrotoxicosis after surgical and conservative treatment

Dormidontov E.N.


Many authors who studied patients with thyrotoxicosis long after the operation or the end of treatment indicate a significant improvement or recovery of the majority of patients (N. S. Logatkina, M. N. Kolomiychenko and A. N. Nazarenko, Zh.M. Vavrik, O. V. Nikolaev, D. Ya. Shurygin and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):16-17
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Some questions of the clinic of endemic goiter in the Leninogorsk region of the Tatar ASSR

Danovsky L.V.


The clinic and the course of endemic goiter have features in various foci of endemic (A. T. Lidsky, O. V. Nikolaev, I. I. Rusetsky, I. B. Khavin, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):17-19
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Calcification and ossification in goiter

Pushkarev N.I.



There is little literature on calcification and ossification in goiter. We found the most complete description of this pathology in the work of V.N. Shubin (1931), who met calcification 19 times on 112 operated goiters.
Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):19-20
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Thyroid morphology in the population of the southeastern part of the Tassr

Razumovsky Y.K.


For the first time NA Tolmachev (1870) reported the presence of goiter in the population of Mamadyshsky. Cheboksary and Kozmodemyansk districts of the former. Kazan province.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):20-21
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About X-ray diagnostics of foreign bodies of the esophagus

Nevsky B.N.


As you know, foreign bodies of the esophagus, if not timely recognized and removed, can lead to life-threatening complications. If the best method of removal is esophagoscopy, then its production for diagnostic purposes in case of suspicion of foreign bodies of the esophagus instead of X-ray examination is impractical.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):21-25
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Clinical and anatomical rationale for the use of simple methods of inguinal hernia repair

Baryshnikov A.I.


Despite significant advances in the field of surgical treatment of inguinal hernias, its results cannot be considered completely satisfactory. This is evidenced by the damage to the intestines, bladder, testicular atrophy and relapses arising from hernia repair.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):25-26
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Features of plastics of skin flaws in the supporting surface of the foot

Tychinkina A.K.


Plastics of skin defects of the foot as a reconstructive operation has a twofold purpose: on the one hand, as a means of preserving the organ, and on the other, as a means of restoring its supporting function.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):27-28
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Morphological changes in the skin of a free flap transplanted onto the face

Sherputovskaya K.E.


Studies specifically on the morphological changes of free skin grafts transplanted onto the face are extremely scarce in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):29-31
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Complex pharmacotherapy of peptic ulcer disease taking into account its complications from other parts of the digestive system

Gubergrits A.Y.


The progressive view of domestic clinicians on peptic ulcer disease is well known not as a local process in the stomach or in the duodenum, but as a general disease of the body (M. M. Gubergrits, M. P. Konchalovsky, R. A. Luria, N. D. Strazhesko , M.V. Chernorutsky, etc.). However, despite the great work invested in the study of peptic ulcer disease, much in this problem remains unclear and not specified. In particular, the demands of healthcare practice and the results of existing methods of treating peptic ulcer disease do not meet.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):31-35
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On some new aspects of the diagnosis and treatment of giardiasis

Elshtein N.V.


The past 103 years since the detailed description of lamblia has not led to a unanimity of views on the nature and degree of their influence on the body.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):35-38
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Clinic and treatment of hepatic giardiasis in children

Ace I.D.


In recent years, interest in studying the role of lamblia in the etiology of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract has increased significantly.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):38-41
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On the effectiveness of new organophosphates in the treatment of diphtheria

Kudryavtseva I.P., Zaikonnikova I.V., Afonskaya L.S.


In recent years, there have been reports of the antimicrobial action of some organic phosphorus compounds from the group of phosphinic acid derivatives (Dok and Fridman, 1952; S. M. Vyaseleva et al., 1960).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):41-44
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The experience of using dibazol for the prevention of influenza in children's groups during the 1962 epidemic.

Ebert L.Y.


Dibazol is currently widely used in the treatment of various diseases. Often it is used in a children's clinic, in particular for flaccid paresis and sensitivity disorders of various origins (NN Anosov and MA Rozin, 1956, etc.). A. Ya. Broitman (1956) used dibazol in the treatment of whooping cough.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):44-45
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Electrophoretic studies of proteins and lipoids of blood serum in women in labor and newborns and their importance in toxicosis

Fevraleva G.V.


While the data of most authors agree in assessing changes in the protein composition of blood serum during normal pregnancy, there are significant disagreements regarding its changes in toxicosis in the second half of pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):45-47
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To the etiology of early and late postpartum hemorrhage

Kozachenko V.P.


There is no consensus about the causes of early postpartum hemorrhage. V. Ya Ilkevich, V. N. Aleksandrovsky and N. Ye. Kaplun considered the delay in the uterus of the particles of the child's place to be the main etiological factor. On the contrary, GG Genter and KK Skrobansky attached great importance to other factors (inferiority of the myometrium, delay in the uterus of the compact layer of the decidua).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):47-48
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Experimental substantiation of novocaine therapy for threatened abortion

Maslovskaya O.V.


Published in 1955 by R.A.Vortapetov and P.G.Zhuchenko data on the favorable result of treatment with novocaine in 80 women with threatening termination of pregnancy prompted us to experimentally study the nature of the effect of novocaine introduced into the vascular bed on the intensity of uterine contractions

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):48-50
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Open management of the umbilical cord According to M. L. Vydrin

Sadykov B.G.


The issue of caring for the umbilical cord has long been one of the most important issues in caring for a newborn. Now, when we can create a large aseptic environment around the newborn (sterile underwear, purified air), the method of open guidance of the umbilical cord proposed by prof. M. L. Vydrin.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):50-51
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The experience of using cholelitin

Voytik V.F., Gurevich L.I.


According to the composition of the components, cholelithin is produced in the form of three complexes of phytochemicals, selected according to the principle of selectively and synergistically influencing substances; the pharmacological effect of each of the complexes is much superior to the effect of the substances used separately.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):51-53
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Influence of acidophilic milk and some antibiotics on the intensity of putrefactive processes in the intestine according to indicanuria data.

Ekasenana N.I.


Great importance is attached to the composition of the normal intestinal microflora, its changes in various diseases and under the influence of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):53-54
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Spontaneous rupture of a cystic-degenerated kidney

Lebedev A.P.


Clinical diagnosis of rupture of a cystic-degenerated kidney in non-traumatic cases is difficult, which often leads to an incorrect diagnosis. We observed 3 patients with spontaneous rupture of the cystic-degenerated kidney.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):55-57
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Meckel's diverticulum and the introduction of the intestines ''

Feldman X.I.


Meckel's diverticulum, according to various statistics, is found in cases of celiac disease in approximately 0.1-1.0% of patients. PN Yurovskaya observed 14 cases of Meckel diverticulum among 1126 patients who underwent laparotomy. During gluttony, the specified diverticulum comes across not only as an accidental find, but often turns out to be the cause of catastrophes in the abdominal cavity: intestinal obstruction, peritonitis, intestinal bleeding, etc. T. Bachinskaya and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):57-58
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Homolateral symptoms in brain tumors.

Grinberg S.A.


Homolateral symptoms in brain tumors have been described by a number of authors.
LB Litvak believes that homolateral symptoms in supratentorial tumors can have a different origin. They can be associated with the dislocation and occlusion of the cerebrospinal fluid systems.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):58-59
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Errors in the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy

Kaplun V.M.


The clinical picture of an acutely interrupted ectopic pregnancy is quite clearly outlined. It is composed of symptoms characteristic of pregnancy, internal bleeding and shock.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):59-60
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On the issue of abdominal pregnancy

Zenchenko Y.I.


Abdominal pregnancy in relation to other forms of ectopic pregnancy is rare (0.37-0.4% of cases). While some authors' believed that abdominal pregnancy is usually primary, then most recognize that it is most often secondary.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):61-62
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Combination of ovarian and uterine pregnancy

Sonkin A.S.


The combination of uterine and ectopic pregnancy is not uncommon. Ovarian pregnancy is one of the most rare forms of ectopic pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):62-63
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Ovarian pregnancy

Slepoe M.I.


Ovarian pregnancy is the rarest form of ectopic pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):63-63
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Vaginal groin sarcoma in a two-year-old girl

Slushch Z.A.


Sch., 2.5 years old, was admitted on 12 / IX-59 with complaints of pain in the external genital area. She was born as the second child, weighing 4000.0.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):63-65
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Spontaneous uterine rupture during early pregnancy

Konovalov E.F.


Spontaneous rupture of the uterus in the first half of pregnancy is rare. According to LS Persianinov (1952), for 262 cases of uterine rupture, 24 (9.1%) occurred during pregnancy, and only 5 of them occurred in the first half.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):65-66
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Liver dysfunctions in workers with methylene chloride and methanol in connection with sanitary and hygienic examination of their working conditions

Golubovsky I.E., Kamchatnoe V.P.


During the production of the base of the triacetate (non-combustible) film, vapors of methylene chloride, methanol, acetone are in the working room. In connection with the examination of the workers of this production, the state of the air environment in all the main departments of the workshop was also studied. The influence of individual operations on air pollution was revealed.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):66-67
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The experience of organizing obstetrics in the Bolshe-Bereznikovsky district of the Mordovian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic

Nazarkin N.Y.


Four years ago, there were no collective farm maternity hospitals in our region. The district and one of the local hospitals had only 12 beds for women in labor.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):67-68
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The incidence of angina according to the 1st polyclinic of Kazan

Abukova R.A.


The importance of studying the incidence of angina, methods of dealing with it, stems from the fact that among acute infectious diseases, angina is second only to influenza and catarrh of the upper respiratory tract.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):68-70
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About the meeting of doctors who graduated from the medical faculty of Kazan University in 1922

Board E.


May 14-16 p. In Kazan, in one of the oldest medical schools in the country, forty years after graduating from the medical faculty of Kazan University, doctors of the 1922 class gathered.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):70-71
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Conference of doctors in Kazan following the results of the VIII International Anti-Cancer Congress

Board E.


On 4 / X 1962, in the assembly hall of the Kazan Medical Institute, a conference of doctors from Kazan was held, convened by the city health department and the Council of Scientific and Medical Societies of the TASSR, dedicated to the results of the VIII International Cancer Congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):72-72
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Issues of etiology and pathogenesis of malignant tumors

Vylegzhanin N.I.


Sessions of 9 sections (out of 19), 27 sessions (out of 53) and 10 (out of 18) discussions were devoted to the etiology and pathogenesis of malignant tumors.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):72-74
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Cancer cell biology

Zelenkova N.P.


The issues of the biology of a cancer cell were touched upon to one degree or another in almost each of the reports of the theoretical sections of the congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):74-76
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Biochemistry and immunology of cancer

Messinova O.V.


Of the significant number of works presented at five sessions of the biochemical section of the congress, the most interesting are numerous studies of the role and exchange of nucleic acids in tumor growth - DNA, which, according to modern concepts, is the carrier of hereditary information, genetic code, and RNA, which transmits this information to the protein. and directly involved in its synthesis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):76-77
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Cancer epidemiology issues

Klyuchareva S.G.


Cancer epidemiology was devoted to 2 breakout sessions with 26 reports by scientists from different countries and a special discussion organized by Doll (England), Clemmessen (Denmark) and Murray (South Africa).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):77-78
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Organization of anti-cancer fight

Haykinson N.M.


Scientists around the world and practicing oncologists are determined to defeat cancer in our century. In the anti-cancer fight, its correct organization plays the main role.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):78-79
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Kharitonov R.K.


49 reports were devoted to the study of precancer (the term "precancerous diseases" was rarely used). In addition, precancer has been highlighted in many cancer reports.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):79-80
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Cytological diagnosis of malignant tumors

Sigal M.S.


The importance of cytological diagnostics in the recognition of cancer has been reflected in a number of reports.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):80-81
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X-ray radiotherapy and X-ray radio diagnostics of malignant neoplasms

Goldstein D.E.


Radiation therapy. A report on the experience of using betatron for the treatment of malignant brain tumors was made by a group of Leningrad scientists - V.M. Ugryumov, V.I. Shamov, T.V. Chaika, and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):81-83
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Chemotherapy in oncology

Lyubina N.I.


Six breakout sessions were devoted to this problem, at which 164 reports were heard and 66 presented in abstracts without being read out at the sessions.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):83-84
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BilichI I.L.


More than 30 reports were devoted to leukemia, the role of viruses, their immunology, biochemistry, diagnosis and treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):85-86
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Stomach cancer

Ratner Y.A.


In most countries and in the USSR, stomach cancer ranks first in frequency.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):86-87
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Ovarian cancer

Danilov I.V.


The greatest attention of the delegates was drawn to the issues of diagnosis and treatment of ovarian cancer.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):87-89
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Helping cancer patients in the late stages of the disease

Mukhamedyarova A.K.


The methodology for providing care to such patients has not been satisfactorily resolved, except for pain relievers to alleviate their suffering.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):89-90
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Final word

Ratner Y.A.


The short reports heard by 12 delegates of the congress to a certain extent characterized the work of the congress, modern trends in experimental and clinical oncology.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):90-90
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Conference of the Urals and the Volga region on osteoarticular tuberculosis

Krinitsky Y.M.


The conference was opened with a number of organizational reports on the fight against osteoarticular tuberculosis by employees of the Sverdlovsk Institute of Tuberculosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):90-91
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About medical geography

Stepanov P.S.


Many believe that medical geography is intended only to study the features and patterns of development and spread of diseases that are typical only for certain parts of the world.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(6):92-92
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