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   1967| March-April  | Volume 33 | Issue 2  
 
 
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Gross Deformities in Leprosy - a Group Survey
P Nagabhushanam
March-April 1967, 33(2):70-72
A group survey of gross deformities among 410 leprosy patients attending Leprosy treatment centre was done. The incidence of deformities observed 39.5 percent. Gross deformities are more in non-lepromatous type-27 per cent. The commonest deformity observed was claw hand. No case of wrist drop observed. Gross occular defects observed were only in eight lepers.
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Congenital Palmo-plantar Keratoderma
BS Johri, SE Merchant, VP Pathak
March-April 1967, 33(2):86-91
A case of congenital Keratoderma of palms and soles with benign hypertension, cerebro-vascular accident (thrombosis) and left ventricular strain is presented here in relation to other genodermatosis of similar types. Ten members of the same family were affected. Differential diagnosis is discussed.
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Non-venereal Gangrene of Penis
R Patnaik, Rama NVS Rao
March-April 1967, 33(2):101-103
Gangrenous balanitis occurring as a complication of venereal ulcers specially chancroid, is not uncommon in the venereal disease pratice in South India. Fusiform bacilli and non- syphilitic spirochetes can usually be isolated from such lesions. The following case, however, is of interest because phagedena, developing out of a clear sky without sexual exposure, involved the entire shaft penis within 12 days.
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Porphyrin Metabolism in Lupus Erythematosus

March-April 1967, 33(2):109-114
Twenty-two cases of discoid lupus erythematosus were studied for their porphyrin metabolic changes. The series included two groups: Group I showing only the skin lesions and group II in which the skin lesions were associated with some signs and symptoms indicative of systemic involvement. Group I showed more or less normal values. Two cases of group II showed high porphyrin levels while the other two showed normal values. It was suggested that the high porphyrins in these two cases were precipitated by lupus erythematosus in genetically predisposed individuals.
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Syphilitic Juxta Articular Nodes
PS Ranganathan, G Swamidasan
March-April 1967, 33(2):97-100
The cases of syphilitic juxta articular nodes seen in the Mens Venereal Diseases Clinic, Government Erskine Hospital, Madurai are reported. The literature regarding the subject is reviewed.
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Fungus Flora of Dermatophytosis and Trichophyton Simii Infection in North India
HC Gugnani, DN Mulay, DK Murthy
March-April 1967, 33(2):73-82
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Juevenile Acanthosis Nigricans
Gurmohan Singh, Divakar Ojha
March-April 1967, 33(2):104-106
Two cases of Juvenile acanthosis nigricans without any complications are presented. Improvement of lesions with vitamin A is reported.
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Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica
DR Sharma, KC Khare
March-April 1967, 33(2):92-96
Epidermolysis bullosa is a genodermatosis. This case was exhibiting all classical signs and the family history. Mucous membrane lesions are reported only in 20 percent of cases. In this particular case we saw mucous membrane changes on the hard palate which we did not come across in any of the reported cases.
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Psoriasis of the Mucous Membrane
Babu Mathew, P Ramachandmn, BKH Nair
March-April 1967, 33(2):83-85
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