IN MEMORIAM OF RUSSIAN DOCTORS - ROMANOWSKY DMITRY LEONIDOVICH AND CHENZINSKY CHESLAV IVANOVICH - IT IS DEVOTED
Time will prolong time, and life will serve life.
/ Albert Camus /
Doctor Dmitry Leonidovich Romanowsky, an orthodox bourgeois from St. Petersburg was born in 1861 in the Pskov province. He got secondary-level education in 6th Petersburg secondary school. In 1880, he entered the St. Petersburg University for the natural science department of the physics and mathematics faculty. There he took two courses and in 1882 was adopted as a listener of a "preparatory" course to the Military Medical Academy. He graduated with honors in 1886. On the 30th of November, 1886, he was appointed as a junior resident of the Ivangorod military hospital. On the 31st of December, the same year, he was transferred as an associate doctor to the Revel local infirmary where he worked till the end of September, 1880 in the therapeutics department. In September of 1889, he was attached to the Petersburg Nikolaevsky Military hospital and worked there first at the clinical department by prof. M. I. Afanasev, and from May of 1890 became the head of the eye department of the hospital.
He passed examinations for the doctor degree from November of 1889 till May of 1890.
In addition to the presented thesis, he published the following works:
1) Creosote at septic processes in lungs. "Medizinskoye Obozreniye", No.10, 1889.
2) About the parasitic malaria structure. "Vrach" No. 52. 1890