T Brzeziński

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The beginnings of regular contacts between historians of medicine from Germany goes back to 1977. The initiators of them were: from German side Prof. Georg Harig, from Polish side Prof. Tadeusz Brzeziński. Since then 4 conferences have taken place: two in German, and two in Poland. Another flow of contacts there became a cooperation on the grounds of(More)
Press information about the Roentgen's discovery were published in Poland in January, 1896, and the first scientific sessions devoted to this discovery took place on 7th February the same year. Though all scientific circles were interested in it, a radiology in Warsaw was developing the most intensely. It has happened mainly due to activity of Mikolaj(More)
Using the archival documents from the Sikorski Institute in London the author presented the course of the epidemic. The first cases of typhus appeared at the time of the organizing of the army in the region of Tockoje. The epidemic however broke out a bit later when the army moved to the South of the USSR. The climax of this epidemic took place in February(More)
Between 1992-1997 185 patients were treated in our Department because of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). The aim of the study was the evaluation of frequency of hospital mortality (30 days) in patients treated because of AAA. One hundred forty eight (80%) patients were operated on and 37 (20%) were treated classically. The surgical group of 148 patients(More)
On the basis of the archives from Sikorski Institute in London the epidemiological status during the stay of the Polish Army in the area of Buzułuk in Kazachstan and in Iran is presented. Both malnutrition and poor conditions resulted in cases of typhoid fever and typhus. The danger from the above appeared epidemics of infant contagious diseases. The(More)