Lev BRUSILOVSKY, USSR Neuropathologist. Professor 1933; Doctor of Medicine Science since 1935; Deputy Chief Editor, “Bolshaya meditsinskaya entsiklopediya” (Large Medical Encyclopedia), 2nd edition, since 1955; consultant and neuropathologist, Central Polyclinic, USSR Ministry of Health, Moscow.
BRUSILOVSKY, Lev was born in 1890.
1919 graduated Medical Faculty, 1st Moscow University.
One of main organizers and Deputy Chief Editor, “Large Medical Encyclopedia”, 1st edition. “Entsiklopedicbesky slovar voennoy meditsiny” (Encyclopedic Dictionary of Military Medicine). “Entsiklopedicbesky meditsinsky spravochnik dlya srednego meditsinskogo personala” (Encyclopedic Medical Handbook for Medium-Level Medical Personnel).
“Entsiklopedichesky meditsinsky spravochnik dlya voennykh feldsherov” (Encyclopedic Medical Handbook for Military Medical Orderlies). On his initiative illustrations giving a stereoscopic effect and phonograph records of cardiorespiratory murmurs, etc., were added to 2nd edition of “Large Medical Encyclopedia”. Works deal with: clinical neurology.
Pathomorphology; clinical and anatomic parallels. Prophylaxis of diseases of the nervous system. Neurosurgery; work capacity of neuropsychic invalids.
1920-1933 intern, Assistant, then lecturer, 1939-1941 Professor, Clinic of Nervous Diseases, 1st Moscow University. 1941-1944 consultant, evacuation hospitals.
Religion is bad because it gets people to believe something untrue.
Marxism–Leninism as the only truth could not, by its very nature, become outdated.