Pashutin Viktor( outstanding Russian pathophysiology)
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Biography Pashutin Viktor
(1845-1901 gg.) - A prominent Russian pathophysiology. From 1871 to 1874. - Assistant professor of the Petersburg Medico-Surgical Academy. In 1870, Mr.. defended his doctoral thesis "Some experiments on the enzymes that turn starch into glucose and cane sugar". From 1874 to 1879. headed the Department of General Pathology of Kazan University. Recreate some sections of general pathology (eg, the doctrine of oxygen starvation). In 1879, Mr.. headed the newly established Department of General and Experimental Pathology at the Military Medical Academy, . which became a national pathophysiological school, . which was the historical basis for the extensive development of pathological physiology in Russia,
. Author: "Lectures in general pathology (pathological physiology)" in two parts (Kazan, 1878, St. Petersburg., 1881), Course of General and Experimental Pathology "in two volumes (St. Petersburg, 1885-1902 gg.) .