SYROVATKO Fedor Aggeevich

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SYROVATKO Fedor Aggeevich (1896 — 1977) — the Soviet obstetrician-gynecologist, zasl. scientist of RSFSR.

SYROVATKO Fedor Aggeevich

In 1922 ended medical f-t of 1 MSU, worked in obstetric and gynecologic clinic, and then in maternity homes of Moscow. Since 1937 the employee of obstetrician-sko-gynecologic clinic of VIEM and department of obstetrics and gynecology of the 1st MMI where worked under the leadership of M. S. Malinovsky. Doctor of medical sciences (1940). Since 1941 department chair of obstetrics and gynecology Volgograd medical in-that. In 1952 — 1971 the department chair of obstetrics and gynecology of TsIU of doctors in Moscow.

F. A. Syrovatko is the author of 160 scientific works on various questions of obstetrics and gynecology. Together with To. X. Kekcheev he studied baro-, mekhano-, chemo - and thermoreceptors of a uterus. Other its researches are devoted to a role of sex hormones in physiology and pathology of menstrual function, to problems of patrimonial pain and a psychoprophylaxis of pains in labor, to questions of prevention and early detection of cancer of neck of uterus. Together with K. N. Zhmakin he wrote the guide to gynecology.

F. A. Syrovatko was an editor of department «Obstetrics and gynecology» of the 2nd prod. BME, the honorary member Vserossiyskogo scientific about-va obstetricians-gynecologists; headed many years Scientific about-in obstetricians-gynecologists of Moscow and the Moscow region.

Works: To a question of enterotseptivny irritations, Akush. and ginek., No. 5, page 17, 1939 (sovm. with Kekcheev K. X.): About influence of inadekvatny irritations on sensitivity of achromatic sight, Soobshch. 6, Bulletin ekspery. biol. and medical, t. 7, No. 4, page 320, 1939 (sovm. with Kekcheev K. X.); Gynecology, M., 1957 (sovm. with other); Obstetric seminar, M., 1960 (sovm. with Zhmakin K. N.).

Bibliography: To the 80 anniversary since the birth of the honored worker of science, professor Fedor Ageevich Syrovatko, Akush. and ginek., L', 9, page 72, 1976.

N. P. Romanovskaya