Vol VI, No 4 (1898)

Articles
Syringomielia. Morvan's type
Popov N.M.
Abstract

The patient, whom I have chosen as the subject of our today's discussion, immediately stops attention on herself by her external appearance. You see a 10–12 year old girl, not very tall, thin; Apparently, there are still no traces of the era of formation on her, and between the dark of our patient she is 20 years old and she has been married for quite a long time. Such a discrepancy between external appearance and age even more catches the eye with detailed examination, which showed that the mammary glands are completely childish, the external genital organs are poorly developed, not covered with vegetation, the sleeve is barely passable for the finger, the uterus is childish.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):1-21
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Syringomyelia et pachymeningitis spinalis hypertrophica
Поповъ H.M.
Abstract

One of my recent lectures was devoted to Morvan's disease and I had the opportunity to acquaint you with the main features of modern scholarship about syringomyelia and the scope of its relationship to both the symptom complex described by Morvan, and leprosy. Today I have in mind to introduce you to a patient whose study will allow me to substantially supplement my presentation.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):22-35
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Ophthalmoplegia with periodic raising and lowering of the upper eyelid and with a kind of visual illusion
Bekhterev V.M.
Abstract

If we now cast a general glance at the phenomena observed in our patient, then we will be convinced that she has damage to a number of cranial nerves on the left, namely all of the eye (in the first period of the disease), facial, trigeminal, visual and even olfactory. In addition, there is a defeat on the same side n. hypoglossi and glossopharyngei.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):36-69
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Microscopic anatomy of the medulla oblongata
Blumenau L.V.
Abstract

These kernels were studied by me with the help of silver coloration back in 1891 in the laboratory of prof. Golgi, and my attention was drawn mainly to the outer core of the wedge-shaped bundle. The results obtained then were expressed by me in the following two positions.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):70-84
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Myelitis centralis acuta ascendens
Verzilov N.M.
Abstract

The relation of real systemic diseases to others, close to them, still remains a little-studied fact. Most of all, this applies to diseases of the anterior horns of the spinal cord and nuclei of the stem part of the brain. There are very few anatomical studies in this area, and any new fact in this direction, it seems to us, has scientific significance. And not only from the scientific, but also from the practical side, the study of these phenomena is of great interest. Studying clinical phenomena, we become unclear when explaining these or other phenomena and cannot find the corresponding anatomical changes. Two years ago, we had to observe a very interesting clinical case of illness, which presented no less interest in the anatomical study.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):85-105
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To casuistic progressive muscle atrophy
Bregman I.S.
Abstract

Among the diseases that arouse especially keen interest on the part of neuropathologists, one of the first places is taken by muscle atrophy. Taking together with the majority of authors the subdivision of this suffering into myo- and myelopathic form, we are faced in some cases with various difficulties.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):106-145
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The second epidemic of hysterical convulsions in the Podolsk district, Moscow province
Genik E.A.
Abstract

On Sunday, January 18, 1898, there was a wedding: Varvara D-va, a peasant from the village of Synkovo, Dobryatinskaya volost, Podolsk district, married to Ivan K-va, a peasant from the village of Romantsevo, Molodinskaya volost, Podolsk district. The event ended with a feast, which was attended by up to 20 guests, and during the day and night they drank 21/2 buckets of vodka ("sivukhi"). According to the assurances of young relatives, despite a fair amount of drunk, there were no drunks.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):146-159
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Damage to the Varoliyev bridge with bilateral paralysis of volitional movements of the eyeballs, violent confusion and crying and early muscle atrophy of the right lower leg
Bekhterev V.
Abstract

The defeat of the Varoliyev bridge represents in many respects a little-studied area, both in clinical and diagnostic terms, which is why, in my opinion, the following case deserves attention, on which we will focus at the present moment.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):160-212
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Dr. A. I. Yushchenko. The relationship of the lower mesenteric sympathetic node to the innervation of the bladder and the volume of automatic movements of the last day. - Archive of Biological Sciences, T. VI, issue 5
Vorotynskiy B.I.
Abstract

Physiology has not yet given us positive data on the function of the sympathetic nervous system. Only recently, histologists have been able to prove that the nerve cells located in large sympathetic nodes do not differ in their morphological properties from cells of the central nervous system. This gives the right to assume that in the sympathetic nodes there are independent centers that are in the same dependence on the higher centers, as, for example, the centers of the spinal cord from the brain. We have very little data on the relationship of the sympathetic nervous system to the innervations of the bladder. On this basis, the author began to study this issue in the physiological laboratory of prof. Pavlova at the M. Academy.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):213-214
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F. С. Facklam. Beitrag zur Lehre vom Wesen der Huntington’schen Chorea. Archiv für Psych. 1898; pg. 137—204
Idelson G.
Abstract

The author analyzes in detail Huntington's chorea based on rich literature and 8 own observations. In one case, the author was also able to study the central nervous system, peripheral nerves and individual muscles, and interesting results were obtained.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):214-215
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Fürstner. Ueber multiple Sclerose und Paralysis agitans. Archiv f. Psych, 1898. Heft 1
Idelson G.
Abstract

That in paralysis agitans there is always, as Redlich asserts, the well-known anatomical picture, namely peri and endoarteritis with the inflammatory multiplication of the glucose tissue, especially the posterior and lateral bundles of the spinal cord, has not yet been proven.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):215-216
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D. Е Jacobson. Ueber die Pathologie des Delirium tremens. Allg. Zeitschr, f. Psych Bd. 54. 1898
Idelson G.
Abstract

A fever occurs only in chronic alcoholics. The reason for her appearance is unknown. It is attributed to various circumstances (emotional excitement, frequent excesses or sudden abstinence from alcohol, acute illnesses, pneumonia, trauma).

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):216-217
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О. Schmidt. Ist die progressive Paralyse ans der mikroskopischen Befunden an der Grosshirnrinde pathologisch-anatomisch diagnosticirbar? Eine literarische und anatomische Studie. Allg. Zeitschr. für Psychiatrie, Bd. 54
Idelson G.
Abstract

The work embraces all the literature on this issue and visually compares the changes found in the vascular system, connective and basic tissue, melin and other fibers. The author comes to the following conclusions.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):217-218
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W. von Bechterew. Bewusstsein und Hirnlocalisation. Rede gehalten auf der allgemeinen Versammlung des VI. Kongresses russischer Ärzte zur Erinnerung an. N. J. Pirogoff. Deutsch R. von Weinberg. Leipzig. 1898
Yanishevskiy A.
Abstract

The appearance of the translation into the German language of the work of prof. V. M. Bekhtereva "On the localization of conscious activity in animals and humans" should be noted because the named work is of great interest not only for a specialist, but also for anyone interested in experimental psychology - even more that its presentation is generally available.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):218-219
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Chronicle and mix
Vorotynsky B.I.
Abstract

- October 10 p. Mr. Minister of Internal Affairs for the mentally ill visited the Kazan District Hospital for the mentally ill.
- Privat-docent of Kazan University for the department of nervous and mental illnesses, doctor of medicine, B.I. Vorotynskiy, on January 1899 will be sent abroad for one year for a scientific purpose.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):220-226
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Chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrists at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the meeting of the Society on May 17
Popov N.M.
Abstract

It was chaired by prof. N.M. Popov, under the secretary of B.I.Vorotynsky; The following members were present: N. A. Mislavskiy, N. A. Tolmachev, I. I. Naumov, M. M. Maevskiy, L. A. Sergeev; guests: Dr. Boldyrev and Dr. Toporkov.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):226-228
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Chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrists at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the meeting of the Society on October 11
Popov N.M.
Abstract

It was chaired by prof. N.M. Popov, under the secretary of V.V. Nikolaev. Present: Mr. KA Arnstein, an honorary member of the Society, and Mr. acting members: N. A. Mislavsky, N. A. Tolmachev, V. I. Levchatkin, A. E. Yanishevsky, B. I. Vorotynskie, D. A. Timofeev, G. A. Klyachkin; guests: a member of the Kazan Judicial Chamber V.V.Sergievsky and a man about 70 people.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):228-232
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Genality, mental imbalance and criminality
Vorotynsky B.I.
Abstract

Modern psychopathology has put forward quite a few extremely difficult and complex issues, regarding which the views of scientists differ sharply from each other, and sometimes even directly contradict each other. Cautious authors usually refrain from presenting such controversial subjects, since it is never profitable to study "dangerous questions". Among the questions of this category should include, by the way, the question of the relation of genality to mental disorder, on the one hand, and this last day to crime, on the other.

Neurology Bulletin. 1898;VI(4):a1-a33
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