Vol 43, No 3 (1962)

Spring-summer tick-borne encephalitis in TASSR

Chueva S.V.


In the early years of the study of tick-borne encephalitis in the USSR, it was believed that it occurs only in the Far East (hence its name "taiga", "Far Eastern"). Only later were its centers established in the Urals, in Western Siberia, Kazakhstan, and later in the European part of the Soviet Union - in the Latvian, Estonian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian republics.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):3-5
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From the experience of combating ixodid ticks with vectors of spring-summer tick-borne encephalitis

Smetanina M.A.


The beginning of the activity of the tick - the vector of spring-summer encephalitis - Ixodes persulcatus in the deciduous and mixed forests of the TASSR is marked from the second decade of April at an average daily air temperature of 4-5, -1- 10.4o and an average ten-day f-6.5 , 4-8.0 °. The mass activity of ticks is observed in the third decade of May and the first decade of June.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):5-8
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To the assessment of changes in the electrocardiogram in coronary insufficiency

Tyavokin V.V.


In the literature there are a number of reports on the effect of physical activity on the coronary circulation, but we did not find any works on the effect of a regimen with restriction of muscle movements on the ECG of patients with coronary insufficiency. This article reports the results of research on this issue. In addition, ECG changes were studied in patients in the subacute stage of myocardial infarction under the influence of walking.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):8-11
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The effect of a hypochlorite diet on the phosphorus-carbohydrate metabolism of erythrocytes in patients with atherosclerosis and hypertension

Berezovsky B.S.


The modern understanding of the permeability of cells is associated with the intensity of metabolism in them.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):11-13
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To the clinic of obliterating atherosclerosis of the vessels of the extremities

Shishkina A.I.


Recently, quite justifiably in the literature, the question of the allocation of obliterating atherosclerosis into an independent disease has been raised more and more often. Most surgeons attributed it to the group of obliterating endarteritis, while in ethnology and pathogenesis, clinic and course, it differs significantly from obliterating endarteritis and requires special measures for treatment (L.A. Zbykovskaya, A.T. Lidsky).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):14-15
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About c-reactive protein in patients with chronic gastritis

Korostovtsev S.B.


C-c-active protein (CRP) was discovered in 1930 by Tillett and Francis. The main research results highlighting the properties and clinical and diagnostic value of C-reactive protein are summarized in reviews by A.L. Yampolsky (1958), F.L.Bukh (1958), R.V. Petrov and E.N. Kabakov (1959) and others, in which the corresponding extensive bibliography is also given.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):16-17
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On the diagnosis of chronic cholecystitis and the clinical significance of some methods for the study of bile

Landa A.L., Krylov A.A., Trofimov G.A.


The problems of liver and biliary tract pathology occupy a prominent place among the problems attracting special attention of clinicians.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):17-19
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About dysfunction of the pancreas in diseases of the liver and biliary tract

Birg N.A.


The possibility of secondary lesions of the pancreas in inflammation of the biliary tract was pointed out by Kleps (1872). The most complete description of morphological changes in the pancreas in liver diseases was given by G.K. Rodionov (1883). A number of contemporary authors have also devoted their works to this issue: I. G. Rufanov, M. M. Gubergrits, N. I. Leporsky, I. T. Kurtsin, M. S. Rozhkova, Volgemut, Schmidt, Wiesend, A. F. Kiseleva and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):19-21
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On the effect of certain medications in violation of the chemistry and motility of the large intestine

Frolkis A.V.


As you know, functional disorders of the large intestine are common in many diseases. Practical doctors usually pay little attention to them and, in particular, to the effect of such frequently used drugs as antibiotics, sulfonamides, vitamins, and anticholinergic drugs. In this regard, we have made an attempt to find out the advisability of using some of them in the treatment of functional disorders of the intestine.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):22-24
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On the action of chlorpromazine in combination with analeptics and morphine in the experiment

Raspopova T.V.


Aminazine, widely used in clinical practice, was synthesized at VNIHFI N. In Savitskaya, chemically it corresponds to largactyl or chlorprom obtained in France in 1950.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):24-27
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Treatment of closed injuries of the liver and spleen

Kravchenko P.V., Volkov V.Е.


Among closed abdominal injuries, liver ruptures are the most severe, surgical treatment of which still gives high mortality (with isolated injuries, according to B.P. Levitsky - 41.7%, A.A.Korolev - 50%, G.F. Nikolaev — 15%, SV Lobachev and OI Vinogradova — 12.5%), and when combined with damage to other organs, the lethality reaches 50-90%.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):27-28
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Experience in the complex therapy of chronic leg ulcers

Gataullin A.B.


With patients suffering from chronic ulcers of the legs, it is necessary to meet a practical doctor relatively often both in a hospital setting and in a clinic. At the same time, despite the variety of methods of their treatment, the percentage of failures is still significant.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):28-30
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Experimental portal hypertension and portocaval anastomosis

Arbuzova M.S.


The problem of the pathogenesis and treatment of portal hypertension and cirrhosis of the liver is one of the most complex and difficult chapters of modern medicine. The difficulty lies both in the variety of etiological and pathogenetic features of this syndrome, and in the low effectiveness of conservative and surgical methods of treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):30-33
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The reaction of spermaturia in male marsh frogs in the diagnosis of miscarriage

Davydova M.A.


Currently, there are still no perfect clinical methods for early diagnosis of miscarriage, as a result of which the final diagnosis is usually made only after long-term observation of patients. The disappearance of reliable signs of pregnancy does not always solve the problem. The difficulty of diagnosis lies in differentiating a miscarriage from a normal pregnancy, from a threatening and incipient miscarriage.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):34-34
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On the nomenclature used in determining the time of discharge of amniotic fluid

Movshovich R.I.


In obstetrics, there is still no single, accepted by all nomenclature that determines the time of discharge of amniotic fluid.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):35-36
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To the characteristics of the three phases of menopause in women

Kaminsky B.M.


B. Tsondek (1930), analyzing the hormonal changes in the female body in menopause and menopause, distinguished the following three phases of menopause: 1) hyperfollicular, when a woman's body has a large amount of estrogenic hormone (hyperestrogenism), 2) hypoghormonal, or agormonal, when there is an extremely a small amount of both estrogenic and gonadotropic hormone of the pituitary gland, and 3) hypergonadotropic, when there is no estrogen hormone in the body at all, but there is a significant amount of gonadotropic hormone.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):36-38
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On the use of tissue hydrophilicity test for rheumatism in children

Korovaev E.N., Gimadeev I.N.


The test for the hydrophilicity of tissues according to McClure, which is reduced to the intradermal administration of 0.2 saline and monitoring the time of resorption of the blister formed in this case, has already been used for rheumatism in children (O. K-Miss), and its acceleration in the acute period has been shown rheumatism up to 15-40 minutes, whereas normally its time ranges from 30 minutes. in infants up to 52 minutes. - at an older age (MS Maslov), The most significant acceleration of it was observed in violent rheumatic arthritis and in severe acute period with severe symptoms of heart failure.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):38-39
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On the use of electroencephalography for rheumatism in children

Shvareva A.I., Zubairova G.O.


Considering rheumatism as an infectious-allergic disease, it is natural to assume in its pathogenesis an allergic restructuring of the body's reactivity, associated in particular with dysfunctions of the central nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):39-41
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The use of strophanthin in the complex treatment of cardiovascular disorders in toxic diphtheria

Kudryavtseva N.P., Kachurets V.I., Nasibullina S.X.


Despite the fact that in recent years there has been a steady decline in the incidence of diphtheria, the number of its severe forms continues to remain relatively high.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):42-43
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About the consequences of drowning suffered

Fedorov M.I.


The achievements of Soviet scientists in rescuing a person in a state of clinical death (V.A.Negovsky et al.) Were a powerful stimulus in identifying new possibilities and methods for rescuing victims of drowning.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):43-47
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About lumbosacral radiculitis with damage to the upper lumbar roots

Smirnov A.N.


Lumbosacral radiculitis is the most common reason for referring to neuropathologists at polyclinics. According to DA Shamburov, sciatica accounts for 12-20% of all nervous diseases and 60-70% of all lesions of the peripheral nervous system.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):47-48
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Treatment of trachoma with tetracycline

Kolsanova L.V.


When comparing the therapeutic effect of antibiotics against trachoma, stage III. T.I. Voinova, II. D. Zatsepina, A. V. Mizina (1957) came to the conclusion that the most effective are terramycin and tetracycline. According to them, treatment with these drugs in 80% of patients with trachoma leads to a cure within 1.5-2 months.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):49-50
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To the X-ray characterization of the accessory pulmonary lobe of the azygos vein (lobus azygos)

Loginova A.Y.


The occurrence of an anomaly of the upper lobe of the right lung is due to an unusual passage of the azygos vein. In the process of embryonic development, the azygos vein is initially located in the posterior mediastinum to the right of the spine, reaches the level of the IV-V thoracic vertebra, here it bends through the root of the right lung and flows into the superior vena cava.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):50-52
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Adrenal coma hormone therapy case

Kots K.I.


When diagnosing various coma, one should bear in mind the possibility of coma due to acute adrenal insufficiency, which develops as a result of partial or complete destruction of the adrenal glands in infectious diseases, adrenal hemorrhages, adrenal vascular thrombosis or surgery on the adrenal glands.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):52-53
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Towards recognizing renal diabetes

Lushnikova L.A.


Even Lenin (1895) and Klemperer (1896) described chronic glycosuria, which by pathogenesis, clinical picture and prognosis has nothing to do with classical diabetes mellitus. The authors called this form renal diabetes, considering that glycosuria is based on an increase in the permeability of the renal barrier for sugar.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):54-55
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Diagnostic value of the determination of protein fractions and sialic acid in the disease "no pulse"

Klyuchareva S.G.


The essence of the disease "lack of pulse" is the progressive panarteritis of large vessels with their inflammatory infiltration, gradual hardening and desolation. This disease belongs to the group of collagen, with which it has in common in pathogenesis, recurrent chronic course, predominant lesion of young people.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):55-57
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The clinical significance of the determination of sialic acid and protein fractions in chronic nonspecific lung diseases

Novichkov V.I.


In the domestic and foreign literature available to us, we did not find data on the content and dynamics of sialic acid in chronic nonspecific lung diseases. In this regard, we decided to conduct observations and compare the results obtained with the clinical picture and such indicators of the inflammatory process as ROE and the number of leukocytes, as well as with protein fractions, which were determined by electrophoresis on paper.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):57-58
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Acute hematogenous osteomyelitis with total sequestration of the left anonymous bone in a child

Agafonov A.A.


As you know, in children, the treatment of osteomyelitis should be more conservative than in adults. However, the use of antibiotics, even in the early stages and in large doses, does not give favorable results in all cases, and surgical intervention becomes inevitable, which was observed in the given case.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):58-59
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Resection of a large area of the small intestine in conditions of diffuse peritonitis

Shalkov Y.L.


I., 10 years old, was admitted to the surgical department 21 / 1-61, with a diagnosis of acute appendicitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):59-60
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X-ray therapy of postoperative duodenal fistulas

Mikhailova O.V., Smetanin B.F.


Each surgeon is aware of the great difficulties in the treatment of duodenal fistulas, arising as a serious complication at various times after resection of the stomach.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):60-61
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Bilateral ovarian apoplexy

Vasiliev A.A.


If unilateral ovarian apoplexy is quite rare and accounts for 0.5-2% among intra-abdominal bleeding of genital origin (M. S. Malinovsky, I. S. Breido, O. I. Topchieva, D. A. Lemberg, A. A. Vasiliev and others), then bilateral ovarian bleeding from the ovary is extremely rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):61-63
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Cerebral-pituitary syndrome Shereshevsky in a girl

Gafarova N.A.


On 14 / VII-60, a 12-year-old girl M. was brought in for consultation.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):63-64
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The use of some hormonal drugs in the complex therapy of psoriasis

Fedorovskaya R.F.


We used corticosteroid hormones (cortisone, prednisone) in 104 patients with psoriasis; several patients received ACTH. Of the 50 patients treated with cortisone, there were patients with a widespread process (39 people) and even a universal process (5 people).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):64-65
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Clinical Significance of Serum Cholinesterase Determination in Cardiovascular Diseases

Bulgarian A.B.


The activity of serum cholinesterase was determined by the method of T.V. Pravdich-Neminskaya in 115 people with various diseases of the cardiovascular system (of which 72 - with various manifestations of rheumatism).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):65-66
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About brain disorders in acute coronary insufficiency

Troshin V.D.


In acute coronary insufficiency, cerebral vascular disorders are not uncommon. NK Bogolepov calls the resulting states a combined coronary-cerebral crisis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):66-67
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Comparison of the effectiveness of hypertension treatment with diet, prolonged sleep and acupuncture

Rozhnova Z.I.


In the clinic of hospital therapy of the Sverdlovsk Medical Institute, beginning in 1946, observations were carried out regarding the dietary treatment of 335 patients with essential hypertension.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):67-68
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Comparison of the effectiveness of hypertension treatment with diet, prolonged sleep and acupuncture

Rozhnova Z.I.


In the clinic of hospital therapy of the Sverdlovsk Medical Institute, beginning in 1946, observations were carried out regarding the dietary treatment of 335 patients with essential hypertension.

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Glycemic curves in patients with infectious nonspecific polyarthritis treated with ACTH, cortisone, irazolidine and salicylates

Tikhonravov V.A., Orzheshkovsky V.V., Solovieva T.P., Shilyaeva T.I.


Currently, when hormonal drugs are widely used in the treatment of patients with infectious nonspecific polyarthritis, there are indications in the literature that cortisone and adrenocorticotropic hormone reduce carbohydrate tolerance (R.M. Ptukha, 1958; Kon et al., 1948; Spreg et al., 1950). and can increase the manifestation of latent diabetes (Boland-1951). The latter prompted us to do real research.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):68-69
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Clinic of thyrotoxicosis in old age

Troitskaya E.S.


Currently, among the patients of the endocrinology department of the hospital. S.P.Botkin's thyrotoxicosis began to occur much more frequently in the elderly. So, for 1958 and 1959. of 450 patients hospitalized for thyrotoxicosis, at the age from 40 to 60 years, there were 230. and 60 years and older - 35 (7 men and 28 women). In all 35 patients, thyrotoxicosis was severe or moderate. Patients often reached extreme exhaustion and adynamia. Blood cholesterol decreased more often. In severe cases, there was also thyrotoxic hepatitis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):69-69
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To the clinic of gasoline pneumonia

Zakiev I.N.


Chauffeur N. 42 years old, previously not ill, complained of pulmonary hemorrhage (up to a glass), which appeared 3 hours after the ingestion of leaded gasoline into the respiratory tract through the mouth. The bleeding was repeated several times in small portions. Cough, no shortness of breath, notes chest pain.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):69-70
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On some features of peptic ulcer disease in young men

Akhmerov R.B., Bogatyrev M.F.


Peptic ulcer disease in young men is in many cases atypical, often with micro-symptoms and even asymptomatic (2.97%); exacerbation of the disease in most cases occurs regardless of the season, that is, atypicality is combined with acyclicity and aseason.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):70-70
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Renal function in chronic lung diseases of non-tuberculous etiology

Dadashyan A.M., Sorokina G.N.


We investigated the functional state of the kidneys in 20 patients with bronchiectasis, 13 with bronchial asthma and 7 with lung abscesses. Zimnitsky's test was normal in 12 patients, isogppostenuria and nocturia were found in 9, and nocturia in 19. Fonno's test was carried out in 31 patients. In 18 it turned out to be normal, in 13 patients a violation of the excretory function was revealed. Albuminuria was observed in 8, microhematuria - in 4, urobilinuria - in 17. The level of residual nitrogen was normal in 39 and increased in one patient.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):70-70
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Experience of using galvanopalpation in the diagnosis of chronic cholecystitis

Nogaller A.M.


The principle of galvanopalpation was first proposed by Kagane and further developed by Albrecht. E. T. Zalkindson, M. N. Tumanovsky and others.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):70-71
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Experience in the use of steroid hormones in the complex treatment of rheumatism and some other diseases in children

Akhmerova X.S., Kamalova R.G.


Of 33 patients with active rheumatism in 1958-60. 20 received cortisone and 13 received ACTH. Myocarditis was observed in 5 people, endomyocarditis with mitral valve insufficiency - in 1, endomyocarditis with combined defects - in 23, pancarditis with combined defects - in 4. Articular manifestations (polyarthritis, polyarthralgia) were noted in 16 children. Only 5 children fell ill with rheumatism for the first time.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):71-72
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Experience of premedication and administration of anti-shock fluids during abdominal operations under local anesthesia

Mavzyutov L.X.


In 1959, we performed 18 operations (appendectomies - 4 laparotomies - 3, gastric resections - 6, other operations - 5) under local anesthesia with V-% novocaine solution according to the method of "creeping infiltrate" according to A.V. Vishnevsky with premedication with drugs phenothiazine series and the introduction of anti-shock fluids during the operation.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):72-73
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Prevention of vomiting and epigastric pain after atropine appendectomy

Shiryak M.E.


As you know, during appendectomy under local anesthesia, many surgeons noted the appearance of severe pain in the epigastric region and, sometimes, vomiting at the time of ligation of the mesentery of the process. Noteworthy is the frequency of vomiting, nausea and pain in the stomach in the postoperative period.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):73-73
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Dysproteinemia in blistering dermatoses

Dobrotina N.A.


In the pathogenesis of pemphigus, a large place is occupied by toxic, dystrophic changes and metabolic disorders. Proceeding from this, we studied blood proteins by paper horizontal electrophoresis on an EFA-1 apparatus.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):73-74
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Removing dry calluses with a drill

Lysaya M.G.


In 1959, PI Gedoyan (Vesti, Dermat. And Venus., No. 6) proposed removing dry calluses with a drill. With small calluses, the protruding part is sawn off with a fissure bur, the deeper one is destroyed by a round one. With large calluses, the upper part is removed with a metal separation disc, the deeper one is destroyed by a round capitate bur.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):74-74
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On the characteristics of endemic goiter in the Gorky region

Leporsky V.N.


At the 22nd All-Union Congress of Surgeons, V.S. Levit, in his keynote speech, highlighting the distribution of endemic goiter in the Soviet Union, noted that goiter occurs in the Nizhny Novgorod Territory in the region of Murom and Kovrov. Before the Great October Revolution, the issues of endemic goiter in the Nizhny Novgorod province were not studied

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):74-75
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About changes in peripheral blood in sporadic typhus

Kryukova Z.V.


For a number of years, we have observed patients with sporadic typhus, in whom the number of erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets, leukocyte count, ROE and Waldman's can test were examined at least 3 times in dynamics. The diagnosis in all was confirmed by a positive agglutination reaction with Provacek's rickettsia or by binding of complement with an antigen from Provachek's rickettsia in titers 1: 40-1: 1280.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):75-75
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On the forms of poliomyelitis in those vaccinated with a killed vaccine (based on materials from the 1st Infectious Diseases Hospital of Kazan, 1958-59)

Bashirova D.K.


Among our patients with poliomyelitis, 42 were vaccinated, of which 11 were vaccinated once. twice - 25, three times - 6. There were 68 unvaccinated patients. Age - from 9 months. up to 7 years. Patients were treated with complex symptomatic means, therapeutic exercises, massage, paraffin applications and other types of physiotherapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):75-76
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Treatment of diphtheria bacilli carriers with mycerin

Sorokin A.A., Kalashnikova M.A.


At present, there is still no reliable remedy in the fight against diphtheria bacillus.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):76-76
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Smell for some lorrhea diseases

Amirov R.Z.


The state of smell was determined in chronic tonsillitis, rheumatism, acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, influenza, sinusitis, vasomotor rhinitis, curvature of the nasal septum, otogenic brain abscess, otitis media, concussion. For the study, we used the olfactometers developed by us, into which air is pumped by an air blower and further through the tube enters the respiratory tract of the subject. In the device, a different concentration of an odorous substance necessary for research is created. The subject has a sensation of smell and its disappearance.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):76-77
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On the issue of fatigue of workers in absolute darkness

Kamchatnoe V.P.


The hygienic assessment of working conditions in dark workshops is still little known, although in conditions of absolute darkness they work in the film industry, at film-copy factories, in the printing industry, in photographs and other enterprises.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):77-78
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On the significance of the ideological struggle against Freudianism in modern medicine and philosophy

Stankevich E.S.


Currently, the old theory of Freud, with its primacy of instincts over consciousness, is manifested in the so-called sociological direction of psychoanalysis, called neo-Freudianism. Representatives of this new trend moved away from a purely Freudian position, explaining neuroses in terms of only one sexual desire.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):78-81
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Hypogammaglobulinemia and therapeutic use of gamma globulin

Abukova R.A.


In the Soviet Union, gammaglobulin was first obtained in 1946 by Kholchev and Kolesnikova from the blood serum of donors. At first, it was used to prevent measles, and then, as the content of various antibodies in it was studied, it began to be used for poliomyelitis (Leitman, Strakhova, Denisenko, Bogdanov), Botkin's disease (Ananiev, Grachev, Fabrikantov), ​​whooping cough (Khropetskaya), scarlet fever ( Kaushanskaya, Zhagullo, Mauerman). Gammaglobulins were also obtained from the blood serum of animals, which were successfully used for rabies (Selimov, Durasova, Kovalevskaya. Kobrinsky, Chun-syun), plague (Semenova, Ponomareva), smallpox (Mirosennikova). Gammaglobulin in industrial conditions is prepared from the placental serum of healthy women in labor.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):82-85
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Experience of using a vacuum extractor

Shuikina E.P.


The idea of creating a vacuum apparatus was put forward about 150 years ago (McKay, Zeman, Simpson, etc.). However, the method received wide application only after the creation of Finderle (Yugoslavia, 1952) and, independently of him, Malmström (Sweden, 1953) of more advanced models of vacuum extractors.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):85-86
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Vacuum extractor AVE-1 in obstetric practice

Mistrova V.N., Khairullina I.X.


Recently, a vacuum extractor has become more widely used in obstetric practice. However, the assessment of its application has not yet been given to the proper extent, which prompted us to share our experience.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):87-88
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Vacuum extractor in the fight against intra- and postnatal fetal mortality

Likhtman L.D.


The introduction of obstetric forceps into practice did not satisfy obstetricians, since their use can cause severe damage to the birth canal and the head of the fetus, even if the head is located in the wide part or in the exit of the small pelvis, not to mention the imposition of high forceps, which is dangerous for both the mother and for the fetus.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):88-90
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Skull X-ray head holder

Novikov V.A.


The industry produces the head holder of the system prof. Ginzburg. It is complex and not very comfortable. We recommend a simpler and more comfortable head holder. It consists of the following parts.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):90-90
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Oxygen deficiency in hypertension

Schneider M.S.


The book is intended for a wide range of practitioners. The description of specific data on oxygen deficiency at various stages of hypertensive disease is preceded by a presentation of general information about the physiology of respiration, its impairments and methods for studying the functional state of the respiratory apparatus

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):90-91
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Breast and emergency surgery

Napalkov P.N., Mirzaev A.P.


The book under review is a collection of works written mainly by a team of employees of the hospital surgical clinic, led by prof. BA Korolev, and published in connection with his fiftieth birthday, highlights the topical problems of modern surgery of the heart, lungs, esophagus and cardia and issues of urgent surgery of the abdominal organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):91-93
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Industrial vibration and specific functions of the female body

Manenkov P.V.


The rapid development of industry in our country and the involvement of female labor in it urgently require the study of harmful production factors, their influence on the female reproductive system and measures to protect the health of female workers. The peer-reviewed monograph by prof. M. A. Petrova-Maslakova and I. I. Klimets on industrial vibration as a frequent factor encountered in the professional work of many women and its influence on the female reproductive system

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):93-93
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Issues of anesthesiology at the 2nd All-Union Conference of Surgeons, Traumatologists and Anesthesiologists

Kazantsev F.N.


On the subject of anesthesia at the stage of analgesia, a keynote speech was made by prof. P. L. Kupriyanov with colleagues (Leningrad).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):94-95
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Small focal myocardial infarction and chronic hepatitis at the expanded plenary meeting of the All-Russian Society of Physicians

Anisimov V.E.


In the program report "On the intermediate forms between angina pectoris and myocardial infarction" prof. AL Myasnikov emphasized that these forms are approved by life itself.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):95-98
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Causes of fetal and newborn death

Nepryakhin G.G.


At the conference, materials of the study of diseases and causes of death, both intrauterine and newborns, which are very important for the practice of health care, were presented.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):98-99
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First All-Russian Congress of Dermato Venereologists

Kondratyev G.G.


The congress was attended by about 500 delegates. 142 reports were heard on the following program issues: 1) the state of dermato-venereal power in the USSR and the next tasks to improve it; 2) treatment of syphilis and gonorrhea: 3) hemo dermis

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(3):99-100
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