SHKLYAREVSKY Alexey Sergeyevich

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SHKLYARYOVSKY Alexey Sergeyevich (1839 — 1906) is a domestic


In 1862 ended medical f-t Moscow un-that, worked at department of pathological anatomy and pathological physiology under the leadership of A. I. Polunin. It was improved in Germany at G. Helmholtz, F. Reklingkhauzen. In 1869 protected dokt. the thesis on «About Passing of White Blood Balls through Colloid Membranes». From 1870 to 1884 headed department of medical physics in Kiev un-those, then resigned.

The main works of A.S. Shklyarev-sky are devoted to problems of an inflammation, permeability of a vascular wall, physiology of capillaries. A.S. Shklyarevsky the first applied an experimental method to the analysis of the mechanism of an ekstravazation and emigration of leukocytes, established contractility of capillaries, value of intra capillary pressure in passing of liquid through a vascular wall, increase in permeability of capillaries in the center of an inflammation and its dependence on intra capillary pressure and a condition of an endothelium. It published a number of works on questions of a hemodynamics at a heart attack, on physiology of a cerebellum, semicircular channels, and also a course of lectures on medical physics. A.S. Shklyarevsky translated several works of Ludwig Feuerbach into Russian.

Works: t)ber das Blut und die Suspension-fliissigkeiten, Pfliigers Arch. ges. Physiol., Bd 1, S. 603, 1868; About passing of white blood balls through colloid membranes, a yew., SPb., 1869; The Latest phase in the history of an ekstravazation, Zhurn. norms, and stalemate. gistol., pharmakol. and wedge, medical, t. 5, January, page 1, 1872; About distinctive properties of female and men's types in the annex to a question of the higher education of women, Izv. Kiyevsk. un-that, No. 2, page 1, 1874.

Bibliography: A.S. Shklyarevsky, Prakt. doctor, t. 5, No. 27, page 468, 1906; With and the N p and - rubbed I. A. Alexey Sergeyevich Shklyarevsky, Arkh. patol., t. 12, issue 4, page 88, 1950.