Ye.V.Adamyuk brought up the whole galaxy of ophthalmologists. His was so popular that other ophthalmologists of that time were called "adamyuks". Kazan became the place of pilgrimage for thousands of sick people, and it seemed that there was no more popular name of physician among the people from Eastern Russia as the name of Adamyuk", - these words from the "Volzhsky Kuryer" newspaper are displayed at the Museum stand.
The things belonged to famous surgeons V.I.Razumovsky, A.V.Vishnevsky and V.L.Bogolobov evoke great interest. The Museum carefully keeps the archive of V.I.Razumovsky, the founder of Russian neuro-surgery. Te exhibition represents only small part of it: photographs and reprints, surgical instruments and glasses, clock and etc...
The sketch by painter Yu.V.Razumovskaya, made in pencil, and dated 1909 is quite interesting. She depicted her father on board the steamer, who might have been going from Kazan to Saratov, where he headed University at that time.
There are a lot of things belonged to A.V.Vishnevsky in the Museum. His talent as remarkable surgeon was revealed in Kazan University. The scholar and physician of great erudition he made considerable contribution to Russian Medicine and Practice, invented the method of local anaesthetic by novocaine, which brought him worldly famous.
One can watch for a long time his Diploma of Kazan Emperor University (1900) and a photograph of the young professor; later photos of the 1920s depict Aleksandr Vasilyevich during the operation; next to the photo there are surgical instruments, used by him. The stand displays a vessel with "Vishnevsky's Cream", which saved life of many wounded people during the Great Patriotic War and is still in demand to save very sick people.
There is a photograph of A.A.Vishnevsky, the Chief Surgeon of the Soviet Army, alumni of Kazan University (1929) at the ceremony of unveiling the monument to his father.