Vol 43, No 4 (1962)

Cortisone and aktg in the complex therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis

Anastasiev V.S., Nosova V.I.

Abstract

A few years ago, an active tuberculous process in a patient was considered a contraindication to cortisone therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):3-7
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Aerosol inhalation of calcium chloride in the complex therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis

Vinnikov P.L., Slepova R.I., Sataev I.F.

Abstract

For many decades, calcium supplements have been widely used in the treatment of tuberculosis patients. If earlier the therapeutic effect of the use of calcium salts was explained by the elimination of the phenomena of "demineralization" (L.A. Rosen), allegedly present in patients with tuberculosis, and by the stimulation of the process of "calcification" of tuberculosis foci, then in the last 2-3 decades, the therapeutic effect of calcium therapy began to be assessed with other positions.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):7-10
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Experience of using electrophoresis of some medicines in the complex treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

Bulakaeva A.K.

Abstract

When treating a patient with tuberculosis, it is important, along with the effect on the pathogen through antibacterial therapy, to eliminate excessive lability of nervous reactions, manifestations of hyperergia, increased permeability of serous and mucous membranes, etc. This is achieved in a number of cases by using physical methods of treatment, and in particular electrophoresis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):10-11
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Adrenergic and cholinergic mediators as indicators of shifts in the autonomic nervous system in bronchial asthma

Tuzikov V.G.

Abstract

Of the numerous theories proposed to explain the occurrence of bronchial asthma, allergic asthma has the largest number of supporters. It is more correct to consider bronchial asthma as an infectious-allergic disease, in which sensitization of the body in the overwhelming majority of cases occurs as a result of an infection in the respiratory organs (P.K.Bulatov, 1951, 1953, 1954; L.L. Vasiliev, 1953; M.V. . Chernorutsky, 1953; etc.). The resulting changes in the functional state of the nervous system, although they occur a second time, so much affect the course of the disease that they deserve special study.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):11-15
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The experience of using the infusion of European clefthoof leaves in chronic circulatory failure

Akhmetova B.X.

Abstract

Копытень европейский — Asarum europaeum— многолетнее растение семейства кирказоновых, широко распространен не только в СССР, но и в Западной Европе, Аме­рике и Азин, где он пользовался широкой популярностью в народной медицине и в течение многих столетий применялся в качестве отхаркивающего, рвотного, жаро­понижающего, противовоспалительного, мочегонного, желчегонного (С. Смирнов, 1858; М. А. Алуф с соавторами, 1943; Д. М. Российский, 1944; С. С. Станков, 1955; Г. С. Оголевец, 1951).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):15-18
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Bone marrow hematopoiesis in patients with chronic myeloid leukemia treated with myelosan (milleran)

Gorelov Y.Z., Gorshkov V.S.

Abstract

In recent years, myelosai (milleran) has become widely used to treat patients with chronic myelosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):18-20
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Priapism as a complication of chronic leukemia

Smirnov V.N., Lushnikova L.A.

Abstract

During the last 5 years among 48 patients with chronic leukemia, we observed 3 cases of priapism. In all our patients, priapism was initially considered in polyclinics as a manifestation of a local process. In this regard, local treatment was used for a long time in the form of cold lotions and irrigations, novocaine blocks, suppositories, etc. Then, due to the failure of such therapy, the patients were sent to urological clinics, where a more complete study allowed the true nature of the disease. All our patients went through the above path before being admitted to a therapeutic clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):20-22
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Errors in diagnosis and treatment of some complications of antibiotic therapy

Silvestrov V.P., Smirnova Z.A.

Abstract

Errors in the diagnosis of complications of antibiotic therapy often depend on insufficient awareness of the possibility of their occurrence and clinical manifestations, as well as underestimation of contraindications to the use of antibiotics. This gives a reason to describe the cases of complications observed by us with the use of antibiotics, which led to the death of patients, due to erroneous diagnosis and incorrect therapeutic tactics.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):22-27
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Clinic of traumatic injuries of the spleen and immediate results of their surgical treatment

Lviv G.S.

Abstract

The frequency of damage to the spleen with closed abdominal injuries is quite high (L.P. Aleksandrovich - 50%, B.E. Imnaishvili - 25%). Despite this, as well as the very dangerous, sometimes fatal bleeding that accompanies rupture of the spleen, diagnostic errors are not uncommon. Of particular difficulty is the diagnosis of rupture of the spleen, when there is a light interval between the injury, often minor, and the onset of severe internal bleeding. Sometimes the light interval is several days, sometimes months (Yu. Ya. Kulik).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):27-29
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Splenectomy in children and its consequences

Gabai A.V.

Abstract

Among splenomegaly of various origins, a special place is occupied by a group of surgical ones, in which the removal of a pathologically altered or perversely functioning spleen is justified.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):29-31
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Vascular permeability in patients with portal hypertension before and after surgery

Dubrovsky R.L.

Abstract

The issue of the passage of protein substances through the walls of blood capillaries is controversial.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):31-33
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Diagnostic value of determination of sialic acid and protein fractions in blood serum with prostate adenoma and pyelonephritis

Sitdykov E.N.

Abstract

In most patients with prostate adenoma in the second and third stages of the disease, the course of the process is complicated by an infection localized not only in the urinary tract, but also in the kidneys (pyelonephritis). Timely diagnosis of pyelonephritis is important for the prognosis and treatment of patients with prostate adenoma.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):33-35
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Clinic, diagnosis and treatment of "cervical migraine"

Ratner A.A.

Abstract

In recent years, the attention of neuropathologists and neurosurgeons has been attracted by the pathology of the cervical spine. A number of previously described atypical "cerebral vasopathies", "basal arachnoiditis", "vstibulopathy", etc., as it is now found out, depends on the deformities of the cervical spine. Nervous syndrome caused by a deformity of the cervical spine, called "cervical migraine", or "posterior cervical sympathetic syndrome", described in detail in 1949 Birchy-Roche in patients who have suffered a trauma of the cervical spine.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):35-38
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Experience in the use of modern methods of general anesthesia in gynecological operations

Dyachkova V.A., Krapivina T.Y.

Abstract

Of all the types of pain relief that are currently widespread, the generally accepted is superficial or even analgesic anesthesia, which became possible in connection with the introduction of muscle relaxants into practice. The latter, by relaxing the muscles, create favorable conditions for the operation with a minimum supply of the narcotic substance. At the same time, depression of respiration, cardiac activity, function (liver, kidney and other complications have become very rare. Rapid awakening of patients contributes to the early restoration of the cough reflex, deep breathing and is the best type of prevention of pulmonary complications.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):38-41
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Electrical activity of the rectus abdominis muscle in a woman during childbirth

Lebedeva L.I., Orlov R.S.

Abstract

Until now, many important issues of the mechanism of participation in the labor act of skeletal muscles have not yet been clarified, in particular, what is the relationship between the contraction of the smooth muscles of the uterus and the forced activity of the abdominal wall, at what stage of the act of childbirth its electrical activity is revealed. This study is devoted to the solution of these questions.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):41-42
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About uterine rupture during pregnancy

Soloviev M.S.

Abstract

Uterine ruptures are less common during pregnancy than during childbirth. They are according to L. S. Persianinov (1952) - 7.3%, according to G. A. Vorozhtsova (1957) - 6.1%, according to E. D. Dozortseva (1958) .) - 10.2%.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):42-44
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Pregnancy and childbirth with a large fetus

Zlatman A.F.

Abstract

Most obstetricians consider the lower limit of the weight of a large fetus to be 4, and the upper limit is 5 kg; above this, the fruit is considered gigantic.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):44-46
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Pregnancy and childbirth in dwarf women

Davydov V.I., Voronin V.S.

Abstract

In the practice of large obstetric institutions, there are cases of pregnancy and childbirth in women of dwarf stature, and each such case poses a number of very difficult questions for the attending physician.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):46-47
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Experience of using citral in combination with nonspecific drugs for Rh and ABO incompatible pregnancies

Sadykov B.G.

Abstract

To prevent hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN) in Rh and ABO incompatible pregnancies, effective desensitizing treatment is required. For this purpose, various means and methods have been proposed and tested. Among them are antihistamine drugs, namely antistin, citral (L. Girshfeld, T. G. Solovyova, I. A. Vasilyeva).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):47-49
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Outpatient treatment of inflammatory processes of female genital organs with injections of novocaine with antibiotics

Denisova N.A.

Abstract

In stationary conditions, along with many other methods, the treatment of inflammatory diseases of the female genital area with novocaine with antibiotics is successfully carried out (EG Bazdyrev, NS Kiparisov, Ya. S. Rabinovich, etc.). Since such treatment has not become widespread on an outpatient basis, we tried to apply this method on an outpatient basis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):49-50
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Differential diagnostic value of hematological parameters in diphtheria and tonsillitis

Tsareva V.Y.

Abstract

Morphological changes in the blood picture in diphtheria, especially in toxic forms, already at the end of the last century attracted the attention of scientists. So, a significant hyperleukocytosis has been described, especially high in cases with a fatal outcome and with an associated secondary infection. Along with this, many authors observed a rapid drop in the number of leukocytes to leukopenic figures before the death of patients (Puenso, Arnet). Also noted are the initial leukopenia in severe forms of diphtheria.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):50-52
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Morphological and histochemical changes in the pituitary gland in atherosclerosis and hypertension

Stepanov S.A.

Abstract

In the morphological study of the endocrine glands in hypertension and atherosclerosis, much attention is usually paid to the pituitary gland, since the greatest importance is attached to its functional disorders in these diseases (G. Cushing, A.T. Rassmussen, A.A. Waldman, I.S. Weinberg and M. K-Dal, E. V. Uranova, E. A. Savina, Yu. I. Miklyaev and others).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):52-53
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Pathological changes in internal organs and intestines with colidispensions in young children

Umerkana L.K.

Abstract

The aim of this work was to study and atologoanatomical changes in internal organs, the brain and intestines, the serotypes of Escherichia coli, its localization, and the state of the intestinal intramural nerves. The corpses of 40 children from the neonatal period to 1.5 years of age were examined (in the first week of life - 3, in the second - 3, from 1 to 3 months of age - 13, from 3 to 6 months - 13, from 6 months to 1 years - 6, from 1 year to 1.5 years - 2).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):53-55
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On the diagnostic value of the Veltman coagulation test in acute coronary pathology

Lomakina V.A.

Abstract

Veltman's test is of a certain diagnostic value in inflammatory and necrotic processes. In myocardial infarction, a number of authors (Teifl, Ts. S. Slutskaya and M. K-Ilyashenko, RS Belous) noted a shortening of the coagulation tape with dynamic changes (GI Shchukina).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):55-57
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About myocardial infarction with atypical onset

Talentv V.V., Pronina P.

Abstract

Among the various atypical forms of the onset of myocardial infarction, there are peripheral (with atypical localization of pain), abdominal, cerebral, painless and combined atypical (V.G. Popov, A.G. Tetelbaum, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):57-59
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Short-term pulsation of the jugular veins as a sign of a free blood clot in the left side of the heart

Kalenik E.F.

Abstract

According to postmortem dissection, thrombosis of cardiac cavities is rarely diagnosed by clinicians (V.S. Smolensky and many others).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):59-60
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A case of transient bundle branch block in abdominal aorta and renal artery thrombosis

Feigin M.B., Kvitnitsky M.E.

Abstract

Aortic thrombosis with simultaneous thrombosis of the renal arteries is rare.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):60-62
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Transient form of ventricular flutter

Greenwald I.M.

Abstract

The transient form of ventricular flutter is one of the very rare variants of rhythm disturbances. Observations published in this respect are rare (A.M.Spektor, Dresler, Kapf, Grisbach, etc.), because in most cases, the occurrence of flickering or flutter of the ventricles leads to the death of the patient within a few minutes. Even more rare are cases of frequent recurrence of paroxysms of ventricular flutter, registered electrocardiographically.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):62-64
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On the reflexogenic and sensitizing role of cholecystitis in the pathogenesis of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Gordon I.B.

Abstract

Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in the absence of mitral stenosis, myocarditis, cardiosclerosis and thyrotoxicosis is very rare. So, NM Davidovsky, BP Kushelevsky and others described the occurrence of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation after concussions in people with a healthy heart.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):64-66
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About concomitant lesions of the liver, gallbladder and pancreas in peptic ulcer disease

Ishchenko I.K.

Abstract

The anatomical proximity and functional connection of the stomach, duodenum, liver, gallbladder and pancreas create conditions such that the defeat of one of these organs contributes to the defeat of the other. Reflex influences (interoreceptive influences) also play a significant role. The existence of the relationship between diseases of these organs found expression in the works of N.I. Leporsky on the hepato-pancreatic-duodenal system.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):66-68
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Vital recognition of periarteritis nodosa

Prizhbelskaya R.Y.

Abstract

Periarteritis nodosa was first described by Rokitansky more than a hundred years ago under the name "aneurysmal diathesis", and then by Kussmaul and Mayer - "periarteritis nodosa".

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):68-70
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Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria

Dobarskikh B.V.

Abstract

Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria, first described by Dresler in 1854, is characterized by the fact that after cooling a chill sets in and the temperature rises to 39-40 ° with all the sensations accompanying this state. Then there are pains in the lumbar region and in the abdomen, frequent urge to urinate with cramps, nausea, vomiting. At the height of the fever or soon after the temperature drops, dark urine (the color of black coffee or strong tea) begins to be secreted. The skin is pale, with an icteric tinge. The attack ends in 6-12 hours, sometimes after 1-3 days.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):70-71
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About familial ovalocytosis

Popov Y.P.

Abstract

In the blood of healthy people, red blood cells are round. A certain amount of red blood cells (no more than 3%) has a slightly oval shape. With anemia (especially with pernicious), relatively many oval erythrocytes are found. In general, ovalocytosis is understood as a rather rare anomaly, inherited not to every descendant and consisting in that. that a large number of red blood cells are oval or even rod-shaped. Such cases are observed in people of all races. Described in 1955 about 350-400 cases of this anomaly (Wilson and Long).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):71-73
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Treatment of patients with deforming polyarthritis and spondyloarthritis with bee venom

Poryadin V.T.

Abstract

In the last century, Russian doctors M.I.Lukomsky (1864) and I.V. Lyubarsky (1897), as well as many foreign authors, wrote about the therapeutic use of bee venom. Somewhat later, bee venom was widely used by Altshuller in Austria, Gel in America, Jarden in France. In the USSR, bee venom has been used in medical practice since 1918 by F.P. Gaidar, who used it for rheumatism, diseases of the peripheral nervous system, arteriosis, receiving positive results.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):73-75
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Modification of osteosynthesis in the treatment of the pseudarthrosis of the femoral neck

Ananiev N.A.

Abstract

If with fresh medial fractures of the femoral neck thanks to the use of fixation with a three-blade nail, great success has been achieved (A.V. Kaplan, S.G. Rukosuev, V.G. Vainshtein, L.I.Shulutko, B.A.Petrov, etc.), this cannot be said about the treatment of false joints of the femoral neck. Therefore, the report of at least isolated cases of successful restorative surgical treatment of pseudoarthrosis of the femoral neck is of interest.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):76-77
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From the practice of using our fixator for a fracture of the femur due to hematogenous osteomyelitis in children

Rakhimkulov H.S.

Abstract

Surgical intervention aimed at reposition and fixation of fragments for fractures and pseudoarthrosis in the presence of infection is considered possible not earlier than 3-6 months from the moment of healing of the wound or fistula.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):77-78
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The importance of trauma and infection in the development of tumors of the brain and spinal cord

Grinberg S.A.

Abstract

The question of the role of trauma, like infection, in the development of tumors of the nervous system is controversial. Beneke attaches importance to trauma as an etiological moment. X. N. Zilberstein believes that gliomas in the area of ​​traumatic scarring are in causal dependence on the skull trauma suffered in the past. I. Ya. Razdolsky, LI Smirnov and others indicate that trauma and infection are provoking factors that contribute to the identification of an existing tumor, the acceleration of its growth, and sometimes malignancy. V.V. Khokhlova notes that trauma and infection often serve as an impetus for the clinical manifestation of a brain tumor in children. LI Smirnov considers trauma and infection to be predisposing factors that cause disorders of cerebral circulation, cerebrospinal fluid circulation and metabolic processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):78-79
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The importance of trauma and infection in the development of tumors of the brain and spinal cord

Grinberg S.A.

Abstract

The question of the role of trauma, like infection, in the development of tumors of the nervous system is controversial. Beneke attaches importance to trauma as an etiological moment. X. N. Zilberstein believes that gliomas in the area of ​​traumatic scarring are in causal dependence on the skull trauma suffered in the past. I. Ya. Razdolsky, LI Smirnov and others indicate that trauma and infection are provoking factors that contribute to the identification of an existing tumor, the acceleration of its growth, and sometimes malignancy. V.V. Khokhlova notes that trauma and infection often serve as an impetus for the clinical manifestation of a brain tumor in children. LI Smirnov considers trauma and infection to be predisposing factors that cause disorders of cerebral circulation, cerebrospinal fluid circulation and metabolic processes.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):78-79
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On the role of neurogenic moments in pathogenesis and the treatment of scaly lichen

Pechnikov Y.D.

Abstract

Another of the founders of Russian dermatology, prof. AG Polotebnov considered scaly lichen a vasomotor neurosis. To date, much evidence has been accumulated for the role of nerve factors in this disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):79-80
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Two cases of congenital ichthyosis of newborns from one mother followed by the birth of a healthy child

Korolkova O.A., Safina S.G.

Abstract

Congenital ichthyosis (Ichthyosis congenita) is one of the rare congenital malformations of newborns

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):80-81
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The experience of using novocaine blockade according to V.I. Kazansky for angina pectoris

Gelfer G.A.

Abstract

V. I. Kazansky in 1952 proposed to inject a 0.5% solution of novocaine in an amount of 80 ml for anesthesia of the pre-aortic plexus by puncture of the anterior mediastinum through the jugular fossa.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):81-82
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On the dynamics of glutathione in venous blood in hypertension

Mamish M.G.

Abstract

The content in the venous blood of total glutathione, reduced and oxidized, was determined in 87 (men - 27, women - 60) hypertensive patients (grade I - 26, II - 28 and III - 33). The patients were between 19 and 70 years old.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):82-82
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The state of the function of external respiration in hypotonic disease

Rafalovich M.B., Melnichuk S.P.

Abstract

In hypotonic disease, the leading complaints are headaches, dizziness, increased physical and mental fatigue, increased irritability and rapid emotional exhaustion, shortness of breath even with slight physical exertion.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):82-83
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From the practice of operations for heart wounds

Krapivin B.V., Staroverov A.T.

Abstract

In the faculty surgical clinic of the Saratov Medical Institute, from November 1957 to August 1959, 3 patients with heart wounds and one patient with a wound of the intrapericardial part of the inferior vena cava were treated.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):83-84
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A case of penetrating injury of the right ventricle of the heart

Surin V.M., Porosenkov V.S.

Abstract

X., 19 years old, was admitted on 7 / VI 1959 at 21 hours 30 minutes with a stab wound 2.0 X 0.5 cm in the area of the 5th intercostal space on the left at the edge of the sternum and 0.3 X 0.8 cm in the area 3 intercostal spaces on the left at the sternum. Dark blood is released from the wound in the area of the 5th intercostal space when the patient moves. The patient himself stabbed himself two times in the chest 45-50 minutes ago.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):84-85
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Pharyngeal diverticula

Androsov M.M.

Abstract

Pharyngeal pulsatile diverticula are not common, and therefore not always correctly recognized.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):85-85
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Kidney cyst

Zaripov Z.A.

Abstract

H., 58 years old, was admitted to the therapeutic department on 17 / XI-61 due to suspected splenomegaly. Complains of abdominal pain, fever, severe headache, severe weakness, poor appetite. A tumor in the abdomen on the left was first noticed 4 years ago. At first, the tumor did not cause significant disturbances. From 4 / XI-61, for no apparent reason, the tumor began to grow, there were pains in the abdomen, and the temperature rose.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):85-86
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Kefer's bandage for outpatient treatment chronic leg ulcers

Muravyov M.F.

Abstract

The limb is thoroughly washed, dried and wiped with alcohol (vodka or cologne). The nails are trimmed neatly. The leg is raised at an angle of 35-40 ° for 30 minutes to reduce swelling. Cotton pads are inserted into the interdigital spaces. Having dipped an ordinary paint brush in a warm composition of zinc-gelatin, they cover the skin of the foot and lower leg from the toes to the tubercle of the tibia with an even layer. Then proceed to the imposition of a bandage 6-8 cm wide with moderate tension without any folds, covering the previous move with the next half. When the bandage does not go in a spiral, it is cut with scissors, and thus they continue to consistently and evenly cover the limb with bandage moves to the intended place. The second and third layers of zinc-gelatin and bandages are also applied. When applied, the dressing should look like a well-fitted stocking. The bandage is applied for 3-4 weeks.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):86-86
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Reconstructive resection for tuberculous coxitis

Yudin Y.B.

Abstract

Among patients with tuberculous coxitis, the most severe contingent are those in whom, as a result of the transferred process, significant destruction of the joint elements occurred. Before the advent of antibacterial drugs, these patients did not receive sufficient help. Antibacterial drugs made it possible to start surgical treatment. The operation consisted in a radical removal of tuberculous foci and the creation of a supportable limb.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):86-87
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Modification of operation Harmful for hallux valgus

Boldin K.M.

Abstract

Hallux valgus is a fairly common disease. There are many ways of operations, the most common is the method of R. R. Vreden.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):87-87
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A case of congenital obstruction of the external opening of the urethra in a boy.

Kuzmin V.I.

Abstract

Boy G., born on 23 / VI 1959 at 8 o'clock in the morning. On the same day at 4 pm he was taken to the Batyrev hospital.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):87-87
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Primary skin grafting of scalped wounds of the penis and scrotum

Sitdykov E.N.

Abstract

Injuries of the external genital organs in peacetime are rare, and scalped wounds of the penis with a detachment of the scrotum are even less common. This prompted us to publish a case of successful treatment of such an injury.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):87-88
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Two cases of combined skin grafting of an extensive scalped wound of the male genital organs

Drozdova Z.S., Levin R.I.

Abstract

In each case of skin grafting of scalped wounds of the external genital organs in men, you have to develop your own version.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):88-89
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About erysipeloid therapy

Vaisman L.A.

Abstract

The source of infection is meat and fish affected by the pathogen, and the pathogen is a gram-positive bacillus, which penetrates through injuries and microtraumas of the skin. At the same time, serous inflammation occurs in the papillary and reticular layers of the skin, as well as in the subcutaneous tissue. The process may involve the ligamentous apparatus and interphalangeal joints.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):89-89
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About dermatoses in woodworking factories working in polishing shops

Podosinovsky V.V.

Abstract

At a number of surveyed enterprises in Kazan, polishing shops are located in separate rooms, have central water heating, and are equipped with mechanical ventilation.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):89-90
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From the experience of the dental office of the children's polyclinic st. Kazan

Sayfullina X.M.

Abstract

Of the 6500 children under the age of 14 served, every child is examined and undergoes oral sanitation before entering school. All permanent and deciduous teeth affected by caries are filled, roots and teeth that cannot be treated are removed, anti-inflammatory treatment of the oral mucosa is carried out according to indications.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):90-90
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Method for qualitative objective determination of refraction

Busygin N.V.

Abstract

Skiascopy, proposed in 1873 by the French scientist Quignet, is still a generally accepted method of objectively determining refraction.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):90-90
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Congenital absence of the right lung

Razumovsky Y.K.

Abstract

R., 7 years old, previously not ill, on 31 / III-59, began to cough, on 1 / IV while playing on the street, the child coughed, began to turn blue, and after 10 minutes he was already dead.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):90-91
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Nestor Maksimovich Maksimovich-Ambodik

Manenkov P.V.

Abstract

The 150th anniversary of the death of N.M. Maksimovich-Ambodik, an outstanding Russian doctor of the 18th century, the ancestor of Russian obstetrics. He was born in Ukraine, in the village of Veprike, Poltava province. Intended by his parents for a spiritual career and was sent to study at the Kiev Theological Academy, but, disillusioned with theology, he left it in order to study legal sciences.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):91-92
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Doctors in the memoirs of the Decembrists exiled to the Caucasus

Pirozhkov V.V.

Abstract

The tsarist government, having cruelly dealt with the December uprising of 1825, demoted most of the officers who participated in it to the ranks and sent them to settle in the distant harsh Siberia. After a while, many of them were transported to the Caucasus, which the reactionary Russian officials called South Siberia.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):92-94
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Determination of basal metabolism and lung function by AOOZ-M apparatus

Teregulov A.G., Abdrakhmanov M.I., Bogoyavlensky V.F., Logvinov I.A.

Abstract

In 1957, in an article by engineers M.I. Abdrakhmanov and I.A. In 1958, a more advanced design of this kind of apparatus with a closed breathing circuit of the AOOZ-M type was developed (Fig. 1), in which the capacity of the rubber bellows was increased to 10 liters and the entire gas line (with a tank) - up to 60 liters; this makes it possible to conduct studies of basal metabolism both when breathing air and on pure O2 in a large volume.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):94-97
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About "toxin therapy" of malignant neoplasms

Salyamon L.S.

Abstract

The problem of "toxin therapy", as you know, does not lie in the center of attention of modern studies of anticancer treatment, although a number of researchers continue to show interest in it (8, 13, 23). The toxin therapy, which emerged at the end of the last century, has never, even in the years of greatest interest in it, been considered as the main method of treating malignant neoplasms, and is now taken into account more as a page of history than as a prerequisite for cancer therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):97-101
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M.P. Konchalovsky. Selected Works

Okulov A.M.

Abstract

Maxim Petrovich Konchalovsky (1875-1942) was one of the greatest therapists in the Soviet Union. He graduated from the medical faculty of Moscow University in 1899 and defended his doctoral dissertation in 1911. All his life and work were associated with the faculty therapeutic clinic (the university, and then the 1st Moscow Order of Lenin Medical Institute), where he came as a resident and which he headed from 1929 until the end of his life.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):101-104
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Issues of pathology of the biliary tract

Schwartz L.S.

Abstract

The choice of the topic of the collection is due to the fact that in the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic and especially in Izhevsk, biliary tract diseases constitute a kind of regional pathology, since, according to both the clinics of the Izhevsk Medical Institute and regional hospitals, the number of patients with biliary tract diseases is 12-13% of all diseases of internal organs. This allowed the participants of the peer-reviewed collection to collect and summarize a large clinical material. To a certain extent, this collection repeats, only in an expanded form, the collection published in 195G by the Izhevsk Medical Institute under the title "Hepatocholecystitis and Cholecystohepatitis". Now everything is presented much more fully, and the number of clinical observations is much larger.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):104-105
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Thoracic and abdominal surgery issues

Nikolaev G.M.

Abstract

The collection contains the works of surgeons of the West Siberian Railway and the Faculty Surgical Clinic of the Altai Medical Institute (editor - prof. I. I. Neimark). The very fact of generalizing the experience of the authors in the form of a collection testifies to their great scientific and practical activity.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):105-107
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Occupational health issues at the XIV All-Union Congress of Hygienists and Sanitary Physicians

Gimadeev M.M.

Abstract

The Congress was opened by the Minister of Health of the USSR S.V. Kurashov.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):107-109
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IV all-union conference of urologists

Aydarov A.A., Sitdykov E.N.

Abstract

About 800 scientists and practical urologists took part in the conference. 40 foreign scientists from socialist countries attended.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(4):109-111
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