Vol VII, No 4 (1899)

Articles
On the question of the cortical centers of salivation
Bari A.
Abstract

Back in 1875, Lépine and Bochefontaine showed that irritation of the well-known parts of the cerebral cortex can induce salivation. Further research on this issue was made only in 1888 in the laboratory of the Kazan University by professors N.A.Mislavsky and V.M.Bekhterev.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):1-6
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About the influence of X-rays on the excitability of psychomotor centers
Puseep L.M.
Abstract

A little time has passed since then, as prof. X-rays are of a special kind, and between the dark, during this relatively short period of time, a mass of indications has accumulated in the literature on one or another meaning of X-rays in medicine; and now X-rays began to be used not only in surgery, where they served and serve as an important diagnostic aid, but also in other branches of medicine, where their role is not limited only to diagnostic, but is expanded by a number of X-ray treatments indicated for the therapeutic action of radiation, elephantiasis, and finally pulmonary consumption.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):7-22
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Physiological and psychological foundations of aesthetics
Smirnov A.I.
Abstract

Together with the consideration of the laws of symmetry and proportion, we finished the department of aesthetics on the sensory elements of visual beauty. An object recognized as beautiful, we examined how it opens up to the sense of sight and tried to determine under what conditions, by virtue of what circumstances, its optical and geometric properties, its color and form become beautiful and evoke an aesthetic feeling in us. But our task is far from over.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):23-48
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The state of the mentally ill in the Stepnoye general-governorships (Akmola, Semipalatinsk and Semiruchensk regions) for the period from 1893 to 1897 inclusive
Shaykevich M.
Abstract

The steppe general-governorship for the most part, namely the Akmola and Semipalatinsk regions, was previously administratively part of Western Siberia, and the Semiruchensk region belonged to Turkestan. Western Siberia was made up of the provinces of Tobolsk and Tomsk. Initially, my aim was to investigate the regions of the former Western Siberia, but later I had to abandon the intended task and confine myself to the regions of the Steppe General Governorship.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):49-117
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Bed rest, its application and therapeutic significance
Chizh V.F.
Abstract

I will not cite the literature of the question here, because all the reports about bed rest appeared relatively recently and are therefore unforgotten. At the same time, all the messages, at least I know, contain only the opinions of the authors, based on impressions, and in view of the brevity required in this report, there is no likelihood to list the opinions expressed, but I have given that now that the authors of these reports have enriched experience with new impressions, they can repeat and supplement their judgments.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):118-133
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On the issue of blood circulation disorder in the area of paralyzed nerves
Lapinsky M.
Abstract

The authors, who were interested in the state of blood circulation in the area of ​​paralyzed nerves, turned their attention during laboratory studies to the width of the lumen of the vessels in the area of ​​the nerves being experimented with, to the local velocity of blood flow and, finally, to the height of the local intravascular. In addition, they also judged the state of the local circulation by the temperature of the part of the body, the nerve of which was damaged; on the basis of a changed color of it, an increased volume (using a plethysmograph) and, finally, on the basis of edema in this area.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):134-173
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Functional cortical spasm. Tor ticollis spasticus. Torticolis mental (Brisaud). Torticolis psychique ou polygonal (Grasset)
Popov N.M.
Abstract

Thanks to an accidental coincidence of circumstances, I have the opportunity to present to you today a number of patients obsessed with one of these nervous sufferings, which are still, in many respects, a mystery for the clinician. Pay attention first of all to this patient.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):174-197
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The volume of changes in the cells of the brain under the influence of carbon monoxide poisoning
Spirtov I.
Abstract

The effect of carbon monoxide on the nervous system, obvious and in everyday, not particularly severe cases of poisoning with this gas, is illustrated by the extensive literature, growing from year to year, of cases where, after poisoning with carbon monoxide, severe pathological phenomena from the nervous system developed; At the same time, in one number of cases, such phenomena constituted a direct continuation of the poisoning, in other cases they developed after the first aftermath of poisoning passed and proceeded more or less prolonged, so to speak, a light difference, during which the subjects were poisoned, who were not healthy people in all relations. These post-mortem pathological phenomena capture both the intellectual sphere, as well as the motor and sensitive areas, namely, they were observed: ammesia, aphasia, stupor, dementia, further: general agitation, mental illness, similar to primary mental disorders and contractions, weakening of the sensitivity of one or another sense organ.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):198-242
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Dr. S. M. Mashchenko. About pathological changes in the cerebral cortex in secondary dementia. — Diss. SPb. 1899
Vorotynskiy B.I.
Abstract

The work was carried out in the pathological and anatomical laboratory by prof. V. M. Bekhterev. First, the author gives the literature of the question, and then moves on to his own research and first of all dwells on the methodology. The author worked mainly with the Nissl method.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):243-244
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Prof. С. V. Monakow: Zur Anatomie und Pathologie des unteren Scheitelläppchens. (Entwickelungsgeschichtliche, experimentell—und pathologisch-anatomische Untersuchungen). Arch. f. Psych. 1899 г. Bd. 31 стр. 1—73
Troshin G.
Abstract

Information about the physiological dispatch of the lower parietal lobule is comparatively insufficient. From clinical observations, the author cites the case of Nothnagel and Redlich, who observed when this part of the brain was damaged — a disorder of the muscular sense; in addition, in case of defeat g. marginalis were observed: hemianesthesia, deviation of the eyes to the opposite side, convulsions on the opposite side; with defeat g. angularis, the structure of the speech of various forms was noted.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):245-247
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Prof. Т. Flechsig: "New investigations into marrow formation in the human cerebral lobes". Neurolog. Centrablatt. 98 г. № 21.
Troshin G.
Abstract

This article represents a response to Monakow's previous article. First, the author lists the law, according to which the fibers of the hemispheres are taxed with myelin; in general, these are the same laws as the author established for the rest of the nervous system. The first appearance of myelin fibers in the hemispheres refers to 21/2-3 months before birth; education of melin goes by precisely defined points; it is best to observe this process in infants who were born prematurely and lived for a while: premature functioning accelerates the formation of myelin mainly in projection systems, rather than in associative systems.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):247-249
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Dr. W. Otuszewski: Of the importance of d. Association centers from Flechsig for research d. Development of the spirit, the language of the psychology of language, as well as the doctrine of speechlessness. Neurolog. Cental leaf. 98 № 4 and 5
Troshin G.
Abstract

The author conveys in some detail the theory of Flechsig about association centers and the meaning of them in mental life. Then, briefly conveying his observations over the development of man, spirit and tongue, the author finds that the evolution of both occurs in approximately the order in which, according to Flechsig, maturation (overlapping with melin) of physiologically and anatomically distinct regions occurs. in accordance with the fact that sensory centers are the first to develop, the evolution of the human spirit begins with the appearance of the ability to sensual perception; only for 4 ms. complex feelings appear (joy, fear, etc.), requiring the associative activity of the associative centers; consciousness is at this time; consciousness actually appears only in 2-3 years.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):250-251
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G. Marinesco. Studies on the evolution and involution of the nerve cell. (Neurological review 1899, № 20)
Kovalevsky B.
Abstract

The author's goal is to study both the development and senile involution of the nervous cell. The object of the study was the nervous system of people of different ages (from 5-month-old embryos to 100-year-old old people). When studying, the author used, according to him, the latest methods.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):251-255
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Chronicle and mix
Nikolaev V.V.
Abstract

- Laehr, the author of "Die Heil und Pflegeanstalten für psychische Kranke des Deutschen Sprachgebietes", intending over time to present a multivolume edition of complete information about private, state and zemstvo institutions for mentally ill all cultural peoples, I. Rothe with a request to take the trouble to deliver information on the history of psychiatry in Russia.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):256-259
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Chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrov at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the appointment of September 20, 1899
Popov N.M.
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Chaired by H. M. Popov, under secretary V. V. Nikolaev; there were active members: K. A. Arnstein, K. V. Voroshilov. A.F. Geberg, V.N.Dolgov, G.A. Klyachkin, N.A.Mislavskiy, D.V. Polumordvinov, I.A.Praksin. V. I. Razumovskiy, I. A. Savchenko, A. S. Segel, D.A. Timofeev. ON. Tolmachev, A.E. Yanishevskiy, guests: Mr. M.M. Aleksenko, Trustee of the Kazan Educational District, prof. V. Ya. Daiilevskiy, A.A. Panormov, D.A. Goldgammer, M. Ya. Kapustin, N.M. Lyubimov, M.E.Segel, Dr. Nebolyubov, Leltzner, Worms, Elinson, Mering, Favorskiy, Isherskiy, Kazanskiy, Shirokikh, Luria, Melkikh and about 120 people of the public.

Neurology Bulletin. 1899;VII(4):260-260
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