Aleksandr Evdokimov

Evdokimov, Aleksandr Ivanovich


Born Nov. 26 (Dec. 8), 1883, in the village of Novaia Slobodka, in presentday Kursk Oblast. Soviet stomatologist. Corresponding member of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR (1957). Honored Scientist of the RSFSR (1956). Hero of Socialist Labor (1963). Member of the CPSU since 1944.

Evdokimov graduated from the medical department of the University of Voronezh in 1919. From 1922 to 1930 he was director of the State Institute of Stomatology and Odontology; from 1930 to 1932, head of the subdepartment of stomatology of the Central Institute for the Advanced Training of Physicians; from 1933 to 1934, head of the subdepartment of stomatology of the Voronezh Medical Institute; and from 1934 to 1938, head of the subdepartment of stomatology of the Second Moscow Medical Institute. From 1938 to 1963 he was head of the subdepartment of surgical stomatology at the Moscow Medical Stomatological Institute (director from 1943 to 1950). From 1963 to 1968 he was the assistant director of the scientific division of the Central Scientific Research Institute of Stomatology. His principal works have been devoted to the pathogenesis and treatment of periodontosis, inflammation of the jaw and facial areas, and traumatology and restorative surgery of the face and jaws. He founded a school of stomatologists. He has been awarded three Orders of Lenin and various medals.


Topograficheskaia anatomiia polosti rta. Moscow-Leningrad, 1930. (With N. Sh. Melik-Pashaev.)
Khirurgicheskaia stomatologiia, 2nd ed. Moscow, 1950. (With I. G. Lukomskii and I. M. Starobinskii.)
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If, as a stranger in our land, you should require the aid of other judgment to guide your own, we can only say that Alicia, the daughter of our gallant knight Waldemar Fitzurse, has at our court been long held the first in beauty as in place.
For the Disinherited Knight passed the gallery close to that of the Prince, in which the Lady Alicia was seated in the full pride of triumphant beauty, and, pacing forwards as slowly as he had hitherto rode swiftly around the lists, he seemed to exercise his right of examining the numerous fair faces which adorned that splendid circle.
The Prince paused a moment beneath the gallery of the Lady Alicia, to whom he paid his compliments, observing, at the same time, to those around him ``By my halidome, sirs
You will wonder," said she, "what has been fixing my eye so long; but I was looking after some window-curtains, which Lady Alicia and Mrs Frankland were telling me of last night.
You were mistaken, my dear Alicia, in supposing me fixed at this place for the rest of the winter: it grieves me to say how greatly you were mistaken, for I have seldom spent three months more agreeably than those which have just flown away.
Simon (the younger brother and sister of the bridegroom), and Lady Alicia Whittington.
It might have been excessively absurd, but the lovely Alicia sat with her eyes on her work, looking as if it were excessively sad, and not giving her father the faintest answering smile when he glanced toward her and laughed, as he said his last words.
I should have stood on my head (if I could), and been amply rewarded for the graceful exertion, if the eyes of Alicia had looked kindly on my elevated heels!
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