Vol 43, No 5 (1962)

Full Issue

Healthcare in the TASSR in the light of the decisions of the XXII Congress of the CPSU

Yarmukhametova R.Y.

Abstract

Caring for the protection of the health of the people has always been one of the main tasks of the Party and the Soviet state.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):3-9
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Clinical variants of embolic myocardial infarction

Smirnov V.N.

Abstract

Interest in embolic myocardial infarction is explained by both the severity of this disease and the complexity of clinical symptomatology, which often causes great diagnostic difficulties. Embolic myocardial infarction with a wide range of various symptoms is always a complication of some other, primary disease of the cardiovascular system, accompanied by the presence of embologic material. Evaluation of individual signs of the underlying disease and the associated complication in the form of an embolic infarction is sometimes very difficult.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):9-12
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On the clinical and biochemical characteristics of individual phases of the course of atherosclerosis

Yudanova L.S.

Abstract

The modern study of the clinical course of atherosclerosis is determined by the practical need to reflect the phase of the process in the diagnosis, since this is important for the correct construction of a complex of therapeutic and prophylactic measures.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):12-14
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The value of a dosed hypoxemic test in the recognition of coronary insufficiency

Ackerman B.Z.

Abstract

To study the adequacy of the blood supply to the heart and the recognition of coronary insufficiency, various loads (climbing stairs, squatting, etc.) are usually used with ECG control.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):14-18
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On the clinical significance of the pulse wave velocity

Marcuse S.M.

Abstract

The speed of propagation of the pulse wave is a quantity whose square is directly proportional to the modulus of elasticity of the arterial wall. This physical law determines its value as an objective indicator of the elasticity of the arteries. The faster the speed of propagation of the pulse wave, the greater the elasticity and, therefore, the less elasticity of the vascular wall.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):18-20
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Analysis of the causes of mortality and severe complications during lung surgery in a city hospital

Grasmik T.A.

Abstract

Lung operations have been performed in N. Tagil for 10 years. Initially, all operations were carried out in the surgical department of the 3rd city hospital. After surgeons were trained from phthisiatricians, a surgical department was organized at the TB dispensary. This specialization has improved the service of tuberculosis patients. Thoracic surgeons master the method of X-ray examination of patients, which allows them to independently resolve issues that arise in the postoperative period. Participation in the work of a phthisiological surgeon, bronchologist and a qualified cardiologist greatly improves both research and postoperative management of the patient. Both departments are still working under the general leadership. If necessary, one compartment replaces another. This facilitates the complex, multifaceted work of the united city hospitals.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):20-24
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On the advisability of imposing a blind suture in the secondary treatment of wounds of the skull and brain

Nikotin L.I.

Abstract

Over the past two decades, both positive (A, N. Bakulev, V.V. Lebedenko, etc.) and negative (K.G. Terian, H.I. a blind suture on a cranial wound that has undergone secondary treatment.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):24-27
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Fractures-dislocations in the shoulder joint and their treatment

Gimmelfarb A.L.

Abstract

Fractures of the proximal epimetaphysis of the humerus occupy a significant place among the fractures of this segment. According to the materials of the Kazan Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics, they account for 42.5% of all shoulder fractures.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):27-30
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Ligation of the inferior vena cava above the confluence of the renal veins

Sharafislamov F.S.

Abstract

Ligation of the inferior vena cava below the confluence of the renal veins is well established both experimentally and clinically. Experimental studies (6, 9, 8, 5, 4, 2, etc.) have established that ligation and excision of the inferior vena cava in this area are well tolerated by animals, and numerous anastomoses completely ensure collateral circulation.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):30-32
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To the question of pathological errors

Khelimsky A.M.

Abstract

Although the pathological diagnosis is higher than the clinical one, nevertheless, the number of erroneous diagnoses in insufficiently experienced pathologists reaches 5-7% (IV Davydovsky).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):32-35
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Treatment of infected abortions

Sabirov F.M.

Abstract

There is still no consensus on the treatment of infected abortion. Some are conservative and expectant. method, others - active (L. I. Bublchenko, G. G. Genter, M. K. Gesberg, K. K. Skrobansky, I. P. Demichev). The question of which of these methods is better continues to be relevant.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):35-36
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Treatment of female trichomoniasis PASK

Voronova M.G.

Abstract

Inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system caused by Trichomonas are quite common in women. Many remedies have been proposed for the treatment of trichomoniasis, and the method of treatment is also varied. The results of treatment are not always stable, relapses are frequent.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):36-37
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Treatment of Trichomonas colpitis with DDT emulsion

Sutyusheva A.A.

Abstract

According to Dr. Dani (Prague) and Associate Professor Kostich (Belgrade), trichomoniasis occurs in 39.5% of women, according to V.A. Sapozhnikova - in 48.7%, according to B.A.Teakharov - in 26.6% of men ...

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):38-39
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Folic acid and vitamin B12 treatment for children with nutritional anemia

Enikeeva R.I.

Abstract

From 1958 * to the beginning of 1960, we used vitamin B12 and folic acid treatment in children for alimentary anemia in 48 patients and folic acid alone in 20 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):39-40
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On the differential diagnosis between chronic tonsillogenic intoxication and latent rheumatism in children by the level of sialic acid in the blood serum

Shakirzyanova R.M.

Abstract

In pediatric pathology, a large place is given to chronic tonsillogenic intoxication. On the one hand, chronic tonsillitis in a large percentage of cases precedes rheumatism (V.E. Nezlin, E.I. Volkova, F.A. D. Lebedev, A. V. Dolgopolova, B. S. Preobrazhensky, O.D.Sokolova-Ponomareva). In both cases, patients complain of rapid fatigue, weakness, flying pains in the joints, headaches, pain in the region of the heart, low-grade fever.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):40-42
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Clinical significance of dysproteinemic changes in tuberculous meningitis in children

Petrova G.P.

Abstract

One of the achievements of medical science is the possibility of curing tuberculous meningitis, a previously incurable form of the tuberculous process.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):42-44
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About allergic reactivity in chronic tonsillitis

Melnikov A.A.

Abstract

In the light of modern concepts in the pathogenesis of various diseases, great importance is attached to the processes of autosensitization.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):44-45
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Clinic of serous meningitis with mumps

Pokrovsky V.I., Libiyainen L.T.

Abstract

Mumps annually causes massive diseases, in some cases very difficult and even fatal (S.E. Ganzburg).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):45-47
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Survival of synthomycin-resistant dysentery bacteria in fecal matter

Nabiev E.G.

Abstract

In recent years, reports have accumulated in the literature on the frequent isolation of antibiotic-resistant forms of pathogens in patients with dysentery. The percentage of synthomycin-resistant strains isolated from patients is, according to a number of authors (2, 22, 12, 17), from 15.3 to 90. T.B. Gorgiev, L.M. In the foci of dysentery, synthomycin-resistant strains of dysentery bacteria were used on linen, water taps, etc. A number of researchers (22, 14) found synthomycin-resistant strains among dysentery cultures isolated from patients who had not yet been treated with this drug, and even from newborns.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):47-50
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A case of carotid sinus syndrome

Piskunkova M.M.

Abstract

The role of carotid sinus receptors as the most important mechanism for regulating blood pressure in humans has been established for a long time. Over the past 20-25 years, more and more attention has been attracted to the so-called "carotid sinus syndrome", which is expressed by a number of clinical manifestations associated with its increased excitability.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):50-52
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Experience in the use of convallotoxin in circulatory failure

Dadashyan A.M.

Abstract

In the domestic literature, there are very few works on the action of convallotoxin, but they testify to the great effectiveness of the drug in patients with cardiovascular insufficiency. KA Khasanov believes that the therapeutic effect of konvallotoxin is not inferior to strophanthin, has a pronounced vascular and sedentary effect. LI Zhukovsky and BM Klebanov, noting the positive effect of konvallotoxin, pay attention to its side effects (the occurrence of pain and a feeling of compression in the heart, palpitations, shortness of breath, headaches, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):52-53
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Treatment for rheumatoid arthritis

Shcherbatenko S.I.

Abstract

Department of Faculty Therapy (Head - Prof. Z. I. Malkin) Kazan Medical Institute With regard to the etiology of rheumatoid arthritis, the most acute, controversial issue is the role of infection. ) A.I. Nesterov believes that streptococcal infection plays the role of a trigger mechanism. Streptococcus creates a lesion that leads to a toxic-allergic reaction from the joints. In accordance with this, Nesterov devotes a significant place to the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with antibiotics in parallel with desensitizing therapy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):53-55
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Hashimoto type thyroiditis

Lichtenstein A.O., Agafonov A.A.

Abstract

Thyroiditis (struma limfomatosa - Hashimoto's disease) is a two-sided diffuse dense goiter, intimately fused with the trachea. Fusion with other organs and tissues is not observed. At the same time, the thyroid gland is often slightly enlarged and can cause compression of the trachea, which leads to hoarseness. The disease usually affects older women over 40 years of age (Babcock). On the cut, the tissue of the thyroid gland is dense, whitish, with significant lymphoid infiltration, proliferation of connective tissue, atrophy of the glandular tissue and degeneration of the epithelium. Struma Hashimoto was considered a disease of the Anglo-Saxon countries, where about 200 observations are described. However, in recent years, the domestic literature has been significantly enriched with reports of chronic lymphoid thyroiditis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):55-56
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About hemolytic shock caused by transfusion of Rh-incompatible blood

Sadykov B.G., Ganelina R.G., Chermenskaya I.A.

Abstract

The Tatar Republican Blood Transfusion Station, having been studying the issue of the Rh factor since 1956, was the center where the serologically presumptive diagnosis of hemolytic shock was confirmed during transfusion of Rh-incompatible blood. In just 5 years, 4 cases of such a shock have been identified and accurately established. In all cases, neither the Rh-affiliation of the patient's blood, nor the Rh-compatibility of the recipient's and donor's blood was made. 2 cases were mild, one was moderate and 1 was severe. In view of the practical importance of shock during transfusion of Rh-incompatible blood, we briefly describe these cases.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):56-58
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Closure of a penetrating bowel defect with a free skin autograft

Kazansky V.S.

Abstract

A large number of methods have been proposed to close a defect in hollow organs. Some suggested closing the bowel defect with a muscle flap (N.A.Vazin, 1948), others - with the fascia, the peritoneum (PD Kolchenogov, 1957), many suture the omentum or other intestine.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):58-58
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Successful use of cisternal puncture for cystic arachnoiditis in the posterior cranial fossa

Livshits L.Y.

Abstract

Arachnoiditis of the brain occurs in a large number of patients. The symptomatology of this disease in some cases has much in common with a brain tumor, which makes it necessary to carefully differentiate both sufferings.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):58-59
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Surgical treatment of traumatic epilepsy

Shulman H.M.

Abstract

Our report is based on a clinical analysis of 28 patients operated on in the neurosurgical department in 1946-1958.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):59-61
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Two cases of Barre-Masson disease

Pavlov R.K.

Abstract

In 1920, Barre first reported a patient suffering from causalgic pain associated with a subungual tumor on the hand. 4 years later, Barre published 4 observations of such tumors. Masson made a detailed histological examination of these tumors and established their origin from the vascular glomeruli of the skin. Since then, they have been called Barre-Masson tumors.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):61-62
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Emphysema of the mediastinum in a patient with pulmonary tuberculosis with influenza

Anastasiev V.S.

Abstract

Mediastinal emphysema as an independent complication is rare, and its pathogenesis is not always clear enough. We observed spontaneous penetration of air from the lung into the mediastinum and subcutaneous tissue of the neck and chest without pneumothorax.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):62-63
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Heparin time and blood clotting during surgery

Morozov V.G.

Abstract

Among the many complications in surgical patients, thromboembolic processes continue to be the most formidable. Despite significant progress in the study of the blood coagulation system, reliable and accessible methods for detecting prethrombotic conditions have not yet been found.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):64-64
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The effect of acute blood loss on fibrinogen and fibrinogen "B" in plasma

Zubairov D.M.

Abstract

Under the influence of acute blood loss in humans and animals, blood clotting increases, which contributes to the cessation of bleeding (E. Briicke, J. Cohnheim, N. Sahli, G. A. Ionkin and N. N. Popova, N. S. Javadyan, D. . M. Zubairov, R. A. Dymshits). In our previous studies (Kazan honey., 1961, 2; Folia Haematolog., 1962, 1), it was found that a sharp increase in blood clotting after acute blood loss is accompanied by the appearance of thrombin in the blood, which in some cases leads to vascular thrombosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):64-65
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Effect of potentiated anesthesia on venous pressure

Kolsanov N.A., Goldstein B.M.

Abstract

In carrying out anesthesia, the state of venous pressure is of great importance. According to a number of authors (A. N. Kravchuk, A. Ya. Pytel, I. A. Trukhalev, A. K. Tumansky), venous pressure is a more accurate indicator that determines the state of the cardiovascular system than pulse and blood pressure.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):65-65
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Diagnostic and prognostic value of blood viscosity in acute purulent infection and sepsis

Akhundov A.G.

Abstract

To determine the viscosity of blood, we used a Determan viscometer modified by A.E. Pleshchitser.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):65-66
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The functional state of the liver in diseases of the stomach before and after surgery

Tsybulina E.V.

Abstract

The study involved 102 patients (85 men, 17 women), 52 of them with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, 29 with stomach cancer and 14 with a disease of the operated stomach, one with gastric polyposis, 3 with cardiospasm and 3 with cicatricial narrowing of the pylorus after chemical burn.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):66-66
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On the pathogenesis of pain in peptic ulcer disease and diagnostic value

Zamaraev P.

Abstract

The phenomenon of percussion pain was described by Mendel in 1903. I. Ya. Razdolsky (1927, 1930) discovered painful zones of the anterior abdominal wall in peptic ulcer disease and made a "map" of these zones in the epigastric region in certain sections.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):66-67
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Caecal volvulus in 25 weeks gestation

Shishkina A.I.

Abstract

K., 30 years old, 6 / X was driving a truck on a shaky road. In the evening, she began to experience pains in the navel, which were cramping in nature. On the same day, she was hospitalized in the gynecological department with suspicion of threatening miscarriage in 25-26 weeks of pregnancy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):67-67
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Small intestinal trauma in an inguinal-scrotal hernia

Ermokhina T.M.

Abstract

On 20 / VII 1960, at 21:30, S., 13 years old, was brought by car with complaints of pain in the scrotum after falling from the fence.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):67-68
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Pancreas in the jejunum in combination with adenomatous polyps of the stomach

Astrozhnikov Y.V.

Abstract

Clinical diagnosis of pancreatic heterotopies presents great difficulties. In the overwhelming majority of such patients, X-ray data resemble a picture of polyposis against the background of pain of a spastic nature, similar to pain in peptic ulcer disease. According to A.N. Protopopov, additional pancreas should be thought of with solitary rounded polyps up to 1 cm in diameter, localized more often in the antrum and pylorus and accompanied by spastic pains reminiscent of cholecystitis. In some cases, the orifice of the excretory duct is revealed on the x-ray as a small accumulation of barium in the center of a round defect.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):68-68
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Accessory pancreas in the wall of the jejunum

Morgunov G.A.

Abstract

Among the various anomalies of the pancreas, of great interest is the accessory pancreas, which is more common in the stomach and duodenum, less often in the small intestine and biliary tract, can occur in the mesentery and spleen.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):68-69
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Accessory pancreas in the duodenal wall

Usov D.V.

Abstract

P. in 1955, at the age of 25, suffered a perforation of the "mute" ulcer of the gatekeeper.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):69-69
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A case of ascariasis intestinal obstruction with a violation of the integrity of the intestinal wall by parasites

Kuzmin V.I.

Abstract

G., 13 years old, was admitted at 6 am on 9/4/59 with complaints of severe cramping abdominal pain, vomiting, absence of gas and stool.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):69-70
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Cellulitis of the transverse colon

Kolpakov G.A.

Abstract

M., 21 years old, was admitted to the clinic on 23/1II 1958 in serious condition with complaints of cramping sharp pains in the abdomen, nausea.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):70-70
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Successful surgery for intussusception of the large intestine in a child of 8 months

Fedorov V.V., Fedorov M.V.

Abstract

One of the most severe acute surgical diseases of young children is intestinal obstruction, in which intussusception takes the first place; most often there is the introduction of the ileum into the blind

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):70-71
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Abdominal syndrome with thyrotoxic goiter

Ageev A.F.

Abstract

In some cases, with thyrotoxicosis, the signs of a pronounced dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract come to the fore. Observations are described when an error in diagnosis led to unnecessary and dangerous surgical interventions in the abdominal cavity in such patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):71-71
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Treatment of closed rib fractures with long-term anesthesia

Chekushin N.V.

Abstract

Since 1956 we have been treating rib fractures with 5% oil solution of novocaine base. A solution of novocaine base in peach oil is available in 5 ml ampoules.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):71-72
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Muscle plastics in the complex treatment of chronic hematogenous osteomyelitis of long bones

Nikitenko I.K.

Abstract

The necrobiotic substrate is removed from the inflammatory focus, and a bone cavity is formed, which should be most expediently filled.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):72-73
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Thermoregulatory reflex in rheumatism in children of different age groups

Shvareva A.I.

Abstract

There were carried out 501 studies of thermoregulation in 243 patients in the dynamics of the rheumatic process. For control purposes, 30 practically healthy children from 3 to 16 years old were examined. The frequency and nature of the thermoregulatory reflex in patients with rheumatism are as follows

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):73-74
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Treatment of pustular skin diseases by injecting penicillin directly into the focus of infection

Lysaya M.G.

Abstract

In the treatment of boils and hydradenitis, over the past 7 years, we have been chipping the infiltrate (preferably at the initial stage) with a solution of penicillin (100-200 thousand units). Only in some cases it is necessary to repeat this chipping every other day. Thus, 140 men and 60 women were treated; with boils of various localization — 187 and hydradenitis — 13.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):74-74
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Inclusive cytomegaly (role in fetal and newborn pathology)

Tsareva V.Y.

Abstract

Inclusive cytomegaly is a viral disease, one of the signs of which is the appearance in different organs of "cytomegalic" (giant) cells with characteristic inclusions (inclusions). Despite the fact that the pathological descriptions of the first cases of the disease appeared more than 60 years ago, its clinical picture is still relatively little known to a wide range of practitioners. With the exception of isolated cases of intravital diagnosis, cytomegaly is usually recognized on a section.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):74-81
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The course of scarlet fever in modern conditions and the results of its treatment at home

Shagidullina A.R.

Abstract

Only isolated reports have been published about the absence of an increase in the incidence of scarlet fever in connection with the cancellation since 1956 of the compulsory hospitalization of scarlet fever patients and their treatment at home. The course of scarlet fever at home in isolation was studied by OE Mauerman, LA Berzina, FA Zismanova, and a mild course of the disease was noted in 93.6% of patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):81-83
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The experience of organizing the treatment of cardiovascular patients with anticoagulants in a polyclinic

V.P. Kitsenko V.P.

Abstract

There are already many reports on the use of anticoagulants both for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes for angina pectoris and myocardial infarction in the conditions of a polyclinic (N.G. Rabinovich, N.A. Tolubeeva, E.E. Epshtein, B. S. Vilensky, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):83-84
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Long-term anticoagulant therapy on an outpatient basis

Shatz V.Y., Tokareva N.A.

Abstract

The beneficial effect of the use of anticoagulants in patients with chronic coronary insufficiency has been noted in recent years by many authors (B. P. Kushelevsky, V. Ya. Vladimirov, M. S. Vovsi., Goschriff, Waaler, Perlick, Nichol, etc.).

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):84-86
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Agricultural eye injury and its prevention

Libenson A.B.

Abstract

For 3 years, we observed 164 patients with eye injuries, of which 116 were agricultural workers (70.7% of the total number of injuries, according to Krol - 88.5%). Among the injured were 34.4% of tractor drivers, 19.7% of combine harvesters, the rest were blacksmiths, collective farmers, etc.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):86-87
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Installation for auscultation of the heart with simultaneous visual observation of the phases of the cardiac cycle

Sigal E.S.

Abstract

The attribution of sound phenomena that arise in the heart to a particular period of the cardiac cycle is sometimes difficult, especially with tachycardia. Novice doctors and, especially, students, even with a normal rhythm, slowly get used to the correct assignment of sounds arising in the heart to systole or diastole

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):87-88
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Greek and Latin epigram on medicine and health

Reshetnikov S.A.

Abstract

A small book published under this title with a circulation of 1000 copies. remarkable in many ways. It contains poetic works of ancient authors on medical topics.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):88-89
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Introduction to Clinical Neuropathology

Eselevich E.I.

Abstract

The publication of the third edition of the neuropathology textbook by one of the largest and oldest neuropathologists in the Soviet Union, prof. LI Omorokova, one can only welcome. Associated with the clinic of nervous diseases for more than half a century, Ya. I. Omorokov is the keeper and long-term of the best traditions of Russian neuropathology, consisting in a fruitful combination of morphological, physiological and clinical approaches to the subject of neuropathology. It is not by chance, therefore, that the entire textbook of L. I. Omorokov is imbued with the ideas of I. P. Pavlov.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):89-90
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Problems of the biology of a cancer cell at the VIII International Anti-Cancer Congress

Elpidina O.K.

Abstract

Since the disclosure of the etiology of malignant tumors is possible only with the use of biological methods, significant attention was paid to the biology of a cancer cell at the congress.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):90-92
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Treatment of human malignant tumors

Okulov A.M.

Abstract

Currently, the treatment of most human malignant tumors includes: surgical removal of the tumor, exposure to ionizing radiation and the administration of anticancer chemicals. As a rule, complex therapy is used - that is, pre- and postoperative irradiation, the introduction of chemicals before and after the operation. Irradiation and administration of chemicals must be alternated due to the effect of these agents on the blood and hematopoietic organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):92-95
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Treatment of human malignant tumors

Okulov A.M.

Abstract

Currently, the treatment of most human malignant tumors includes: surgical removal of the tumor, exposure to ionizing radiation and the administration of anticancer chemicals. As a rule, complex therapy is used - that is, pre- and postoperative irradiation, the introduction of chemicals before and after the operation. Irradiation and administration of chemicals must be alternated due to the effect of these agents on the blood and hematopoietic organs.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):92-95
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40th anniversary of the organization of the pharmaceutical industry in the Tatar ASSR

Fudim A.M., Kaznacheev A.A.

Abstract

Before the October Revolution, we had almost no pharmaceutical industry. It was only under Soviet rule that a large pharmaceutical industry began to emerge in our country. On the basis of the decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR dated July 5, 1922, the procedure for the production of medicines, the opening of pharmaceutical plants and laboratories were decided by the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the National Economy.

Kazan medical journal. 1962;43(5):95-96
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