Vinogradova, T. I.; Grishko, A. N.; Churilov, L. P.; Yablonsky, P. K.
September 2015
Vestnik Sankt-Peterburgskogo Universiteta, Seriia 11: Medicina;2015, Issue 2, p15
Academic Journal
Historical and biographical article about a brilliant domestic pathophysiologist L. R. Perelman (1900-1969). A paper discusses the life and works of L. R. Perelman's in the context of historical epoch, as well as his contribution to pathology, endocrinology, Immunology and phthisiopulmonology, the fate of his ideas in modern science. It analyze his role in the history of national and world pathophysiology as a prominent representative of the school of I. I. Mechnikov and A. A. bogomoletz. An article provides information on the history of experimental pathology at the Research Institute of phthysiopulmonology and universities of the city.


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