Vol 70, No 1 (1989)

Surgical care and ways to improve it in Tataria

Rosengarten M.Y., Semenova L.D.


There are 75 medical preventive establishments, including RSB, RSB-2, DRKB, 11 city hospitals, 39 central republican hospitals, 2 regional, 14 district hospitals, 3 medical dispensaries, 3 dispensaries in TASSR.
The number of surgeons per 10 000 inhabitants in 1987 is 3,6 (2,95 in 1978), beds per 10 000 inhabitants - 18,9 (16,8 in 1978). There is an insufficient number of trauma care beds in TASSR: 2,6 (in RSFSR - 4,0), oncological - 1,8 (in RSFSR - 2,3), proctological - 0,4 (in RSFSR - 0,6). The average number of bed days in 1987 for surgical patients was 332 in urban hospitals, and 327 in rural ones.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):1-4
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Significance of risk factors for autonomic dysfunction in childhood and adolescence for physical examination

Ismagilov M.F.


Autonomic nervous system dysfunction is a common and extremely diverse clinical phenomenon. Most of these disorders are designated by the term "autonomic dysfunction", or "vegetovascular dystonia", which has no nosological independence. This universal syndrome of homeostasis shifts often manifests itself during critical periods of ontogenesis and serves as a signal of incomplete well-being. One of such periods is pubertal age, a time of intense growth and morphofunctional restructuring of the body. Functional disorders of autonomic regulation during puberty may be the initial, reversible stage of diseases of various organs and systems that arose in early childhood.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):4-7
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Prospects of reflexotherapy in the dispensary examination of neurological patients

Ivanichev G.A.


It is well known that the existing systems for the clinical examination of neurological patients have a number of disadvantages. The main ones are labor-intensive and cumbersome both diagnostic, including preventive examination, and therapeutic measures. The division of patients into the observation groups recommended by official guidelines allowed to put a significant emphasis on preventive treatment of patients with severe organic brain lesions, but this only partially solved the problem. A large part of the examinees, conventionally assigned to risk groups and practically healthy individuals, fall out of the neurologist's sight for a long time due to their workload both in the outpatient clinic and in the inpatient clinic.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):7-9
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Some New Opportunities in the Treatment of Patients with Atherosclerosis

Vogralik V.G., Saltseva M.T., Vogralik M.V., Amineva I.V., Merinova I.V., Runova A.A.


According to our deep conviction, measures to prevent, detect and treat atherosclerosis should be largely reoriented to the preclinical period of the disease and include correction, including non-medication, of metabolic disorders, elimination of other avoidable endogenous and exogenous risk factors for atherosclerosis, and primarily hyperlipidemia.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):9-12
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Surveillance and delivery tactics for women with brain tumors

Gilyazutdinova Z.S.


Pregnancy in women with brain tumors is extremely dangerous, and the maternal mortality rate is 24.3%. In 75% of cases, intracranial tumors develop in women of reproductive age and may first become apparent during pregnancy. This is due to fluid retention in pregnant women. We assume that tumor growth during pregnancy is associated with significant metabolic, particularly neuroendocrine changes in pregnant women; even the placenta as a powerful hormonal organ may be a stimulant, tumor growth.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):12-14
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The value of additional research methods in the diagnosis of cerebral infarction with a hemorrhagic component

Ashman A.A.


In the acute period of stroke, the study of cerebrospinal fluid composition and the results of one-dimensional echoencephaloscopy remain the most informative among the available additional methods. Some authors believe that in the absence of contraindications, analysis of cerebrospinal fluid should be performed in all patients, and refusal of the study should be considered a methodological error.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):14-16
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Scientific and organizational bases of mental health protection in production conditions

Yachin K.K., Mendelevich D.M.


The shifting interest of modern psychiatry to population and environmental studies is largely due to the preventive orientation of modern medicine, which sets as its main goal not the detection of early signs of disease, but the establishment of the state of health of the examinees and the prevention of the emergence and development of diseases. Among mental illnesses, borderline neuropsychiatric disorders, which account for up to 80% of all pathology, take first place. It is important that patients with borderline neuropsychiatric diseases rarely go to a psychiatrist on their own and do not receive timely skilled care from specialists, which leads to the aggravation of their condition and disability.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):17-20
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New tranquilizer Signopam in the complex treatment of prolonged neurosis

Enikeev D.G., Zimakova I.E., Semenikhin D.G.


Currently, there is a high incidence of neuroses in various countries. Patients with acute neuroses are successfully treated by therapists and neurologists. Qualified exclusion of somatic and other diseases that the patient suggests he has, convincing him of it, medication, including the use of tranquilizers, relieves the person of neurosis.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):20-21
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Hyperbaric oxygenation in the complex treatment of psychiatric disorders in inhalation toxicomania

Chudin A.S., Epifanova N.M.


Recently, the problem of inhalation poisonings, observed as a rule, among children and adolescents who use substances used in household chemicals in order to achieve a euphoric state, has become increasingly important. Such substances have a selective toxic effect and cause tissue changes accompanied by organ and general hypoxia. This is the basis for the use of hyperbaric oxygenation, which has a powerful antihypoxic and disintoxicating effect as a means of pathogenetic therapy in this pathology, as well as psychoenergizing effect in various asthenic disorders.

The aim of the work is to find out the effect of hyperbaric oxygenation on the clinical course of acute period of intoxication in patients suffering from inhalation toxicomania.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):21-24
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Electromyographic analysis of motor units in patients with post-stroke hemiparesis

Bogdanov E.I., Faskhutdinov R.R., Galyamov D.L.


Among the mechanisms of motor disorders in central motor neuron lesions, along with changes in descending impulses to motoneurons, segmental disorders are also assumed. In 1879, Charcot proposed the hypothesis of transsynaptic degeneration of motoneurons in lesions of central motor neurons. Subsequently, changes in motoneurons in experimental and clinical lesions of the pyramidal tract were observed by many, though not all researchers. Charcot's theory received as if a new confirmation in electromyographic studies, which showed a decrease in the number of motor units and increase in the territories of the preserved motor units in the muscles of the affected side in patients with hemiplegia.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):24-26
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Amplitude of head rotation in newborns in normal and pathology

Marulina V.I.


The problem of perinatal lesions of the nervous system is increasingly reflected in the literature. Particular attention is paid to birth trauma, and differentiation of brain and spinal cord lesions with an indication of the clinical syndrome found is becoming increasingly necessary. A larger problem is made up of smaller ones. Often, individual, even small symptoms can play an important role in the correct assessment of the neurological status. Our work is devoted to the study of one of such symptoms, not reflected in the literature.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):27-28
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Determination of the side of traumatic intracranial hematomas

Troshin V.M., Lebedev A.V., Frolova S.M.


It is crucial for the neurosurgeon to recognize the side of intracranial hematoma formation in patients with craniocerebral trauma. This task is no less difficult than determining its presence. In addition to the neurological picture, the nature and localization of injuries to the scalp and skull bones should be taken into account. Meanwhile, such a traditional symptom of intracranial hematoma, as pupil dilation, occurs in 15-20% of patients on the side opposite the hematoma. Homolateral pyramidal syndrome is not uncommon (about 20% of the victims). The existing clinical dissociations are usually due to either severe concomitant contusion of the cerebral hemisphere opposite to the side with the hematoma or to the developed dislocation of the stem formations.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):28-31
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Clinic of cerebellar encephalitis in varicella

Galeeva R.K., Bashirova D.K., Shigapova G.M.


According to the literature, the incidence of varicella in the nervous system is about 0.1-0.2%. Complications of the nervous system usually take the form of encephalitis and meningoencephalitis of viral-allergic nature. Based on 30 years of observations, we believe that cerebellar and vestibular disorders are most typical for chickenpox encephalitis; the same opinion is held by many authors.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):31-33
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Surgical treatment of tuberculous spondylitis in the TB Dispensary

Usmanov I.V.


Treatment of tuberculous spondylitis in TB dispensaries remains a difficult task. Conservative treatment of spinal tuberculosis is effective only at the initial stage of the lesion. However, in recent years, focal forms of TB occur less frequently among newly diagnosed patients, and neglected and complicated forms of this disease, on the contrary, are more frequent, which is associated with diagnostic errors. In such cases, conservative treatment and antibacterial agents are ineffective; they are used only in the period of preoperative preparation and especially after surgery.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):33-35
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Development of babies delivered by cesarean section

Akhmadeeva E.N.


In order to prevent maternal and perinatal mortality, there has been a clear trend in the last decade to expand the indications for abdominal delivery. The frequency of cesarean section, according to different authors, ranges from 3-6.5 to 21.6%. At the same time, the immediate, short-term, and long-term results of cesarean section for a baby are insufficiently covered in the literature, and methodological approaches to nursing this group of children are not developed accordingly. Doctors often do not distinguish between abdominally and naturally delivered babies, and in some cases they consider cesarean section to be the optimal method of delivery for the fetus and the newborn. The first results of physiological studies of children born by cesarean section indicate that this operation is not indifferent to the newborn.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):35-37
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Laser reflexotherapy in the treatment of tobacco smoking

Yusupov A.S., Vakhitova S.K., Vasyuk S.P.


Tobacco smoking is the most common substance abuse problem of our time and one of the causes of many serious diseases, especially in developed countries. According to WHO data, total death rate among smokers in different countries exceeds death rate among non-smokers by 30-80%, and the most significant part of smokers dies at the age of 45-54 years, which is especially valuable in terms of professional experience. Every year there is a growing danger of harmful influence of tobacco smoking on reproduction of population, deterioration of younger generation health. All this makes treatment of tobacco smoking very urgent task of medicine.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):37-39
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The importance of prognostic modeling based on the diagnosis of pre-pathology for the dispensary

Mizin V.T.


The presence of lowmanifest forms of diseases, steadily compensated pathological conditions, extreme environmental influences, negative influences of industrial and domestic conditions, heredity, bad habits cause the necessity to improve the health of almost every person. The purpose of the clinical examination is to detect early pathological changes which do not affect people's health for a long period of time and which, therefore, are not considered to be ill. The transition from health to disease is accompanied by the development of preclinical borderline conditions, referred to as prenosological.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):39-42
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First tone spectrum of myocardial infarction patients at rest and during exercise

Romanova O.V.


Spectral analysis is the most informative method of investigation of the heart sound symptomatology, which allows obtaining additional information about the state of cardiovascular system in patients with coronary heart disease.

The purpose of this work was to study changes in the frequency-amplitude composition of heart tones in response to dosed physical exercise and informativeness of these changes in patients with myocardial infarction of different severity of clinical course of the disease.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):42-44
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Treatment of hypertension depending on the effect of beta-adrenoblockers on blood serum lipids and lipoproteins

Tikhonov V.P., Umurzakov E.U., Statsenko M.E., Nemchuk F.A.


Beta-adrenergic receptor blockers are widely used in the treatment of hypertension. However, in recent years, there have been reports of their adverse effects on lipid metabolism - an increase in triglycerides, to a lesser extent in cholesterol and low-density lipoproteins, a decrease in high-density lipoproteins. At the same time, a number of authors did not note such results. Discrepancy in the data is primarily due to the heterogeneity of hypertensive patients, although analysis of the literature suggests that in some hypertensive patients the level of lipids and atherogenic lipoproteins may increase with prolonged treatment with propranolol.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):45-48
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Development of the drug fibronectin and substantiation of its use to stimulate corneal healing

Zubairov D.M., Brikman I.V., Zinkevich O.D., Litvinov R.I., Ibadova S.I., Isaeva R.T., Harrasov A.F., Safina N.A., Yermolin G.A., Kotelyansky V.E., Efremov E.E., Arzamastsev E.V.


The urgency of the search for remedies accelerating corneal healing after its accidental and surgical injuries is obvious. In recent years, along with physical factors, some natural and synthetic substances, fibronectin turned out to be among the most promising therapeutic agents. It is an adhesive protein of connective tissue involved in cell attachment to fibrillar substrates, formation of collagen fibers and intercellular substance. Fibronectin and its fragments have chemotactic activity and can accelerate phagocytosis reactions by macrophages and neutrophils, acting as a non-specific opsonin against many exo- and endogenous pathological microparticles. One form of this protein, called plasma fibronectin, is present in blood and has many biological properties in common with tissue fibronectin.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):48-50
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Current features of diagnosis and treatment of Beck's sarcoidosis

Slepova R.I., Galiaskarova E.R., Domracheva O.V.


Despite the long history of studying sarcoidosis, many questions of etiology and pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of this disease have not yet been clarified. In recent years, the incidence of sarcoidosis has increased markedly. According to the data of diagnostic department of the Republican anti-TB Dispensary in 1970-1975 there were registered only 6 cases of sarcoidosis, but in 1976-1980 and 1981-1987 their number increased 6-8 times. An important factor in the inflow of sarcoidosis patients to TB dispensaries is the detection of such persons mainly during prophylactic fluorography. Doctors of various profiles - therapists, phthisiatricians, radiologists, oncologists and other specialists, who in their practical work experience certain difficulties in differential diagnosis, treatment and registration of these patients, have to deal with sarcoidosis patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):50-52
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Effect of intraoperative hemodilution on lung and blood respiratory function after abdominal delivery

Serov V.N., Zaznova G.A., Zharov E.V., Minaev I.V., Ustenko O.V.


Caesarean section surgery is always accompanied by significant blood loss, the value of which varies quite widely - on average, from 800 to 900 ml. Tactics to compensate blood loss during this operation is constantly debated in the press, and there are completely polar points of view - from the recognition of the need to compensate blood loss "drop by drop" and even create hypervolemia to the complete rejection of transfusion therapy during abdominal delivery.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):52-55
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Expert evaluation of patients' ability to work after cystectomy with bladder replacement by intestinal grafts

Sitdykova M.E., Zubkov A.Y.


251 cystectomies for bladder cancer with different methods of urine diversion were performed in the urology clinic. 171 patients underwent urine diversion into an isolated bowel segment with restoration of independent urethral urination. The stage of the cancer process in them was distributed according to the international classification as follows: T2 - in 37 patients, T3 - in 121, T4 - in 13 patients.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):55-57
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Experience of intracavernous silicone prosthesis implantation for erectile impotence

Lobkarev O.A.


At present time surgical treatment of erectile impotence is gaining more and more supporters.

40 surgical aids for persistent erectile dysfunction were performed at the urological department of the Republican Clinical Hospital of the TASSR Ministry of Health Care in 1985-1987. Prostheses were implanted in both cavernous bodies in 30 patients and in one body in 10 patients. The indications for surgical treatment were complete absence of adequate and spontaneous erections during three years of unsuccessful treatment by a sexopathologist, absence of auditory and visual stimulation, partial regression of libido.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):57-58
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Energy-frequency electroencephalogram parameters of diabetic patients depending on morphotype

Nasyrova E.G., Lukina M.V., Nizamutdinov S.I., Smirnova M.V.


In diabetic patients the physique is characterized by android distribution of subcutaneous fat, i.e. excess in the neck, chin, back, abdomen and decrease in the extremities. Obviously, the characteristic morphotype is a particular manifestation of the general constitution.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):58-61
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Experience of extracorporeal detoxification in children with toxicosis of various etiologies

Gizatulin R.B., Novikov N.I., Andreev A.V., Nasyrov R.F., Shutov A.V., Arkhipova E.E., Shcheblanova E.E.


We summarized the experience of treatment of patients who were in the department of intensive care and intensive care of childhood (1983-1987), in which methods of extracorporeal detoxification were used in the complex of intensive care.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):61-61
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Analysis of craniocerebral injuries in Bugulma district for 1976-1986

Shamsullin R.V.


In the area with a population of 106,000 people in 1976-1986, there was an upward trend in the frequency of craniocerebral injuries. The ratio of the number of men and women with craniocerebral injuries by years was as follows: men - 55-58%, women - 42-45%. The frequency of cranial and brain injuries increases in men at the age of 30-50 years, and in women at the age of 50 years.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):61-62
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Treatment of victims with closed diaphyseal fractures of the femur in combination with craniocerebral trauma

Prokopiev N.Y.


The present report is based on observations of 103 victims with closed fractures of the diaphysis of the femur combined with craniocerebral trauma. There were 89 men and 14 women. Compression of the brain by intracranial hematoma was diagnosed in 2 persons. Industrial injuries were registered in 16.5% of the victims, road traffic injuries in 69.9%, household injuries in 13.6%. In a state of alcoholic intoxication 23.3% of the victims were injured. In the state of traumatic shock 37.8% of the patients were admitted.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):62-62
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On birth injuries of the upper cervical vertebrae

Stogov M.N.


The examination of 2000 children of the first two years of life revealed 160 children with neurological signs of moderately pronounced lesions of the upper spinal cord. We radiographed the upper cervical vertebrae through the open mouth. 72 children were at the age of the first 3 months of life, 62 were under 6 months, 18 were under one year, and 8 were older than one year. Eight of these children were born prematurely and 25 were born with a body weight of more than 4 kg. Sixteen of the 160 infants were born breech. The obstetric history of 160 children was not so complicated: obstetric aids were required only for 8 newborns. Fifty-six of the 160 children were born in white asphyxia and 41 in blue asphyxia. Consequently, secondary asphyxia was very frequent, and given the unexpected number of radiological and clinical findings we found, this asphyxia can also be interpreted as a consequence of birth trauma in an apparently normal delivery. In addition, we noticed that 47 mothers of our patients had a rapid pushing period, which is given great importance as a traumatic factor.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):62-63
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Middle ear cancer developed against the background of chronic purulent otitis media

Bobrov V.M.


Despite significant advances in the treatment of cancer patients in recent years, the diagnosis and treatment of malignant neoplasms of the middle ear remain very difficult. In part, this can be explained by the difficulty of recognizing cancer in its early stages and by the late seeking of medical help by patients.
We consider it possible to present our own observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):63-64
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A case of hereditary angioedema

Burnasheva R.K., Fassakhov R.S., Khramov V.V., Voitsekhovich G.S., Reisman S.M.


Allergic edema is one of the most common clinical manifestations of hypersensitivity reactions. The characteristic clinic, a clear association with a specific allergen, the data of allergological examination of such patients usually leave no doubt about the diagnosis. However, such forms of edema occur, which resemble Quincke's edema, but have other mechanisms of development unrelated to allergy, in particular hereditary angioedema categorized by A. D. Ado into a group of pseudoallergic reactions. Despite its relative rarity, this disease has a very malignant course and, if not diagnosed and treated in time, can lead to an adverse outcome.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):64-65
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In vivo diagnosis of pericardial mesothelioma

Valimukhametova D.A., Leonova V.N., Reznikova F.A., Kureneva M.M.


According to the literature, primary pericardial tumors are extremely rare, rarer than cardiac tumors. By 1980, 117 reports on this pathology had been published in the world literature, most of which were based on autopsy data. Difficulties of in vivo diagnosis of pericardial mesothelioma are due to the absence of pathognomonic symptoms. The presence of hemorrhagic effusion in the absence of isoinflammatory manifestations and the results of cytological study of the exudate allow suspecting the tumor.
Here is our observation.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):65-66
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Application of helium-neon laser for arrhythmic shock management

Korobov V.V., Mukhin G.B.


We observed several patients with arrhythmic shock in whom a favorable therapeutic effect was obtained using HeNe laser radiation in the complex therapy of arrhythmic shock. We present the following two observations.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):66-68
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Peculiarities of functional state of pituitary-adrenal system in patients with hypertension

Kryukov N.N.


We studied functional state of adenohypophyseal-adrenal system in hypertensive patients. 127 patients with hypertension of I and II stages according to WHO classification (59 men and 68 women) aged 17-60 years (mean age 48,7 years) were investigated. Patients with Stage I hypertension (Group I) had systolic and diastolic BP of 22.6±1.1 and 13.0±0.6 kPa, respectively (mean duration of disease: 4 years). Arterial hypertension in stage II patients (group 2) was stable, 25.4±1.3 and 14.7±1.1 kPa (mean duration of illness - 11 years). The control group included 32 healthy individuals.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):68-69
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Changes in nervous system function in women with subclinical forms of late gestosis of pregnant women

Atamanov A.G., Novoshinova T.N.


We determined the functional state of the sympathetic-adrenal system (SAD) and electroencephalography data in women with subclinical forms of late gestosis in pregnant women.

32 women aged 20 to 35 years at 20 to 26 weeks' gestation underwent comprehensive examination. Twenty of them were first-pregnant and 12 were second-pregnant. Depending on the predicted form of late gestosis, the pregnant women were divided into two groups.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):69-69
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Pre-disease as a stage of the adjustment process

Weinstein S.G.


"Define the meaning of words, and you will free mankind from half of its worries. This aphorism by René Descartes comes to mind involuntarily when one gets acquainted with the theses of the XVIII All-Union Congress of Physicians "Pre-disease - Disease - Recovery" [5]. The concept of "pre-disease" is interpreted in different ways! There are "risk factors" and "hereditary conditioned enzymopathies", "preconditions" and "precursors" of disease development, "initial disturbances of functions" and simply "functional disturbances as a precursor of a disease", "incubation period" (of non-infectious diseases), "incipient (of noninfectious diseases! - S.V.) and "prodromes of a disease", "premorbid condition" and "preclinical stages", "disease pre-diseases" (diseases preceding the development of a disease! - S.V.) and, alas, much more and much more. All this, undoubtedly, is the result of the lack of a unified definition of the concept of "pre-disease", that is, its generally recognized content and distinctive features.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):69-70
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The posture of young schoolchildren and its impact on the functional state of some body systems

Arslanov V.A., Sitdikov F.G., Arslanova L.M.


In many cases, the factor determining the development of scoliosis in childhood can be a violation of posture. The present work is devoted to the study of the posture of young schoolchildren in learning activities - the study of changes in the functional state of the cardiovascular, muscular systems, posture in statics and in dynamics under the influence of the formation of its correct skills.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):71-73
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Republican conference "Topical issues of organization of outpatient and polyclinic care".

Nizamov I.G.


The conference was held within the framework of the implementation of the target comprehensive program "Health" for strengthening the prevention of diseases and strengthening the health of the population of the Tatar ASSR for 1986-1990. It focused on the issues of continuous improvement of labor conditions, sanitary and health measures, prevention of general and professional morbidity, traumatism, creation of good living and rest conditions for people. The conference was attended by the management of the TASSR Ministry of Health and the Republican Clinical Hospital, professors and lecturers of universities in Kazan, heads of Party and Soviet bodies of Bavly district, responsible employees of medical equipment department, pharmacy department, chief physicians of hospitals, polyclinics and their deputies.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):73-74
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Academician of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, Professor Andrey Dmitriyevich Ado

Ishimova L.M.


The name of A.D. Ado, Academician of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR, as the greatest pathophysiologist and allergologist is well known to the medical community not only in our country, but also abroad. He is an honorable member of several foreign academies and scientific societies (GDR, Czechoslovakia, Spain, FRG), member of editorial boards of several European scientific journals and for more than 25 years he has been a WHO expert.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):74-76
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Professor Gilya Fazilovna Sultanova


December 1988 marked the 60th anniversary of her birthday and 38 years of her medical, scientific, pedagogical and social activities as the Head of Children's Diseases Department of Ulyanov Chuvash State University, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Gili Fazilovna Sultanova.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):76-77
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Associate Professor Irshat Zakirovich Mukhutdinov


In February 1989, it will be 60 years since his birth and 36 years of work of Irshat Zakirovich Mukhutdinov, head of the educational and scientific-production association KSRIEM-KGMI, director of KSRIEM, head of the epidemiology department of Kazan Medical Institute named after S.V. Kurashov, associate professor, RSFSR honored doctor.

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):77-78
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Chronicle. Vol. 70, No. 1 (1989)


On September 16-17, 1988 in Chelyabinsk the IX Plenum of the Board of the All-Russian Scientific Society of Physicians on the problems: "Gerontology in the Clinic of Internal Diseases" and "Dispensary Treatment of Workers and Employees of Industrial Enterprises and Rural Residents".

Kazan medical journal. 1989;70(1):78-78
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