Vol VIII, No 2 (1900)

Articles
The results of the examination of German and some French institutions for the mentally ill
Delov E.
Abstract

The hospital for the mentally ill in Ene, which is also the clinic of Ene University, does not represent anything special. It is located in the most elevated part of the city according to Ober philosopher Weg, from where an excellent walk opens both to the city itself and to the surrounding, picturesquely spread mountains.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):1-75
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Paraplegia spinalis syphilitica
Popov N.M.
Abstract

Among the patients in the nervous department of the local hospital, two presently present a strikingly similar clinical picture. These patients are here in front of you.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):76-98
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The case of traumatic tetanus
Dolgov V.N.
Abstract

In speaking with this communication, I mean mainly to give a description of the picture, the data, which I received when studying the brain of a man who died of traumatic tetanus. The interest of this study lies, by the way, in the fact that the material for my work was a fresh human brain, and the study could be done using the Nissl method, which of course is not always possible. We usually have the opportunity to study the human brain already at a time when the corpse has undergone significant decomposition, when, consequently, the application of the Nissl method is not entirely reliable, and the results obtained in this case are inconclusive and doubtful. Since I performed the study of the brain mainly according to the Nissl method, I consider it necessary to say a few words beforehand about this method.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):99-110
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Influence of ligation of cervical arterial trunks in young age on the development of the skull and brain
Konosevich M.A.
Abstract

The dressing and compression of the cervical vessels (sleepy and vertebrate), known even in ancient times, were treated differently and were subjected to the most varied interpretations during the course of a number of cases. (For those interested in the history of these operations, I refer to the article by N. Chevers, see literature). There was a time when, recognizing all the impunity of bandaging one carotid artery, the ligature of two carotids was considered an operation, inevitably leading to a lethal outcome.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):111-163
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To casuistry of sexual perversions
S. Sukhanov S.
Abstract

As you know, sexual perversions can be expressed in a very diverse form. Consideration of various external manifestations of this anomaly is not included in our task. In the proposed work, we would like to give only a brief description of one case of sexual perversion, which occurs in the form described below, apparently not often.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):164-168
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Dr. P. A. Ostankov
Vorotynskiy B.I.
Abstract

Extension of the spine, as a method of treatment of nervous diseases (suspension, extension on the bed and flexion). - Diss. SPb. 1900.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):169-170
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Prof. P.I.Kovalevskiy. Forensic psychopathology. Part 1. SPb. 1900
Vorotynskiy B.I.
Abstract

Published the first part of the manual of forensic psychopathology prof. Item II. Kovalevsky contains two parts: a psychological essay (a short essay on the normal mental life of a man) and a criminal psychology (criminal psychology). According to the plan outlined by the author, the second part will set out the general morbid deviations in the mental life of a person, having contact with the court (special judicial psychiatry).

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):170-171
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Е. Holmgren. Note d. Spinal ganglion cells. (With. 11 images.). Anat. Vol. 16, № 7, p. 161-171. 1899. Idem. Further communications about d. Structure of the nerve cells. (With. 13 images.). Ibidem. Vol. 16. N 15/162 р. 388-397. 1899. F. Studnicka. About the occurrence of v. Canals u. Alveoli in the body d. Ganglion cells and in the axis cylinder of some nerve fibers, vol. 16. N 15/162 р. d. Vertebrates. Ibid. 397-401. 1899. Alb. Adamkiewicz. To the blood vessel system of the ganglion cell. Ibid. Vol. 17. N 2/3 p. 44. 1900. Е. Holmgren. Still other communications about the construction d. Nerve cells from various animals. (With. 17 image). Ibid. Vol. 17, N 6/7 p. 113 - 129. 1900. Idem. A few words on the occasion of the last communication published by Prof. Adamkiewicz. Ibidem, Vol. 17, N 15. 1900. A. Bethe. Some remarks on the “intracellular tubules” d spinal ganglion cells, etc. — Ibid. Vol. 17. N 16/17 p. 304-309 (with 3 images). 1900
Geberg A.
Abstract

The above articles, although they are b. including the nature of the preliminary reports, they do not doubtlessly prove with what lively interest in the last time various researchers have turned to the development of one question, with the resolution of which a lot should be clarified regarding the finer structure, as well as the biology of the nervous.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):171-178
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N. Solovtsov. On congenital deformities of the central nervous system. — Moscow, 1899, 118 p. 80. With 14 tables of photographs and 18 figs. in the text
Geberg A.
Abstract

The material for the study served the author a number of cases that were introduced by him at the autopsies in the pathological anatomical theater of the Moscow educational house. 14 cases are described in more detail, which refer either to premature babies, b. h. dead-born, fetuses (about the 8th month of pregnancy), or to children born in the normal period and after birth who have lived some, b. or m. short, time (from several hours and maximum up to 2 years).

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):178-181
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Steinach. Ueber die centripetale Erregungsleitung im Bereiche des Spinalganglions. (On the centripetal conduction of excitation along the dorsal nodes). - Arch of Pfluger. Bd. 78, p. 291
Polumordvinov D.
Abstract

According to the generally accepted view, sensory excitation in the spinal nerve system reaches the spinal cord through the nerve cells of the dorsal nodes, which from this point of view with full right can be attributed to the category of sensitive nerve cells. Working in the early 90s on the issue of negative fluctuations, Steinach came across a fact that remained completely inexplicable for him until the last day.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):181-185
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Goltz. Beobachtungen an einem Affen mit verstümmelten Grosshirn. (Observations over the monkey after the operation of partial removal of the cerebral cortex). Pflüger's Arch. Bd. 78, p. 411
Polumordvinov D.
Abstract

We often hear that the conclusions drawn from experiments with damage to the cerebral cortex, performed on dogs, cannot be transferred to humans. Although Goltz does not share this view, he readily admits that it would be desirable for the study concerning the sending of various parts of the brain to be extended to such animals, the structure of which is closest to the structure of a human. At the present time there are already quite a significant number of published experiments carried out with success on monkeys. Personally, the author has relatively few materials, but he considers one of his experiments worthy of a detailed presentation.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):185-192
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Spitzer: A case of tumor at the bottom of the diamond pit. Contribution to the knowledge of the posterior longitudinal bundle. (From the nervous department of Prof. Krafft-Ebing and from the laboratory of Prof. Obersteiner in Vienna). — Yearbooks f. Psychiatry and neurology. Vol. 18. 1899
Troshin G.
Abstract

The tuberculosis, located at the bottom of the 4th ventricle, destroyed: the triangular nucleus of the VIII pair, the left nucleus of the VI pair, part of the raphe, both posterior longitudinal bundles, the cerebral part of the left nucleus of the X pair, part of the left nucleus of Deiters’a, the cerebral tracts from the left n. ambiguus n. vagi, roots VII and VI pairs.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):192-193
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Е. Bischoff. On the anatomy of the cores of the posterior cord in mammals. f. Psych. And Neurol. Vol. 18. 1899
Troshin G.
Abstract

Making a comparative study of the region of the nuclei of the posterior pillars in various animals, the author was convinced that there could be another (paired or unpaired) nucleus inside of the Gaulle nucleus.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):193-194
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Monestiev. Contribution to the study of suicide in general paralysis. — Medico-psychological annals. March- April, 1900
Toporkov N.
Abstract

The author says, quoting Magnan, that in progressive paralysis there are two different diseases: 1. paralytic dementia, the main disease, which is a long-term, continuous disease, has a fatal tendency; it represents certain disorders, known persistent symptoms; 2. madness, which seems to be changeable, transient; most often it depends on congestion and represents the most opposite manifestations. But, despite this variety of manifestations, dementia and disorderly, transient nature of delirium give this madness a peculiar imprint. For example, it is difficult to confuse criminal acts committed by paralytics with those in which the culprit is the mentally ill, but not paralytics. The same applies to attempts at suicide, in which you will encounter a little persistence and childish character of ideas that induce them to these attempts.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):194-197
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Chronicle and mix
Nikolaev V.V.
Abstract

- The rule of admission of female doctors to scientific employment in educational auxiliary institutions of the Imperial Military Medical Academy is also extended to the clinic of mental and nervous diseases, which is currently an independent institution, not subordinate to the military so far. Women doctors will be admitted to this clinic (for a period of two years) with a special permission for each case of permission of the head of the Academy on the presentation of the director of the clinic, Academician V.M.Bekhterev.-Nov. Time.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):198-206
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The chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrists at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the appointment of December 12, 1899
Popov N.M.
Abstract

Chaired by N. M. Popov, under the secretary V. V. Nikolaev; The following active members were present: K. A. Arnstein, B. I. Vorotynskiy, V. N. Dolgov, N. A. Mislavsky, A. S. Segel, L. A. Sergeev, G. V. Sorokovikov, D. A. Timoeev, H. N. Toporkov, A. E. Yapishevskiy; guests: Dr. Loginov, Mering, Pervushin, Favorskiy and a few people from the audience.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):209-210
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Chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrists at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the year's arrest on January 30, 1900
Popov N.M.
Abstract

Chaired by N. M. Popov, under the secretary V. V. Nikolaev; attended by Messrs. honorary members: E. V. Adamyuk, K. A. Arnshtein, I. M. Dogel; biennium Active members: V. S. Boldyrev, V. I. Vasyatkin, B. I. Vorotynskiy, A. F. Geberg, V. N. Dolgov, G. A. Klyachkin, N. A. Mislavskiy, I. I. Naumov, D. V. Polumordvinov, I. A. Praksin, V. I. Razumovskiy, A. S. Segell, L. A. Sergѣev, A. I. Smirnov, I. V. Sorokovikov, D. A, Timofeev, A. E. Yapishevskiy; guests: prof. D. I. Dubyago, prof. P. M. Lyubimov, E. K. Meyer, Dr. Kampov, Melkikh, Rgmovich, Nebolyubov, Fedorov, Romanov, Favorskiy, Pechurkin, Ryasintsev and about 250 people of the public.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):210-211
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The chronicle of the society of neuropathologists and psychiatrists at the imperial Kazan University. Protocol of the appointment of February 27
Popov N.M.
Abstract

Chaired by N. M. Popov, under secretary V. Nikolaev; The following active members were present: K. A. Arnstein, V. S. Boldyrev, B. I. Vorotynskiy, A. F. Geberg, V. N. Dolgov, G. A. Klyachkin, M. M. Maevskiy, N. A. Mislavsky, V. N. Obraztsov, V. I. Razumovsky, A. S. Segel, L. A. Sergeev, P. S. Skuridin, D. A. Timofeev, N. N. Toporkov, A. E. Yapishevskiy; guests: Dr. Chudovich, Loginov, Mering, Kazansky, Favorsky, Romanov, Rgmovich, Loshilov, Shirokikh, Levin, Golishevsky and about 80 people of the public.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):211-214
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The doctrine of neurons before the court of the newest researchers
Arnstein K.A.
Abstract
The modern doctrine of neurons penetrated very quickly into the scientific consciousness of neurologists because of the clarity and definiteness of the basic provisions that clarify the pathways and methods of transmitting irritation in the nervous system. Based mainly on the Golgi method, it was, however, also consistent with the facts obtained using the methods of Gooden, Fleksig, Weigert, Marka — as far as they concerned the course of nerve bundles; but the Golgi method had the advantage over the previous methods that it clarified the relationship of the nerve fiber to the cell and made it possible to follow the course and development of a particular fiber. In addition, the main provisions of this study were consistent with the development of nervous cells according to the research of Giss, with experimental physiology and clinical medicine, as well as with experimental pathology.
Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):a1-a26
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Obituary
Sergey Sergeevich Korsakov
Sukhanov S.
Abstract

On May 1, 1900, an ordinary professor of the Moscow University, Sergei Sergeevich Korsakov, who was born on January 22, 1854, died in Moscow. The deceased is the son of a hereditary honorary citizen and comes from a noble family, which accidentally, during a plague, in the past century, lost its hereditarily noble rights. His father was an educated man, very intelligent.

Neurology Bulletin. 1900;VIII(2):207-209
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