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   1967| May-June  | Volume 33 | Issue 3  
 
 
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Burning Micturition (a Clinical Study with "banghshil" an Ayurvedic Drug)
SJ Tijoriwalla, SG Tambe
May-June 1967, 33(3):137-140
Looking to the unpredictable response and high costs of current potent drugs for burning urination, Banghshil is a useful drug for routine use in urethritis and burning urination. It also affords relief in associated symptoms of cramps, backache etc. Apart from it being nontoxic, the described pharmacological actions of its ingredients make it a drug with beneficial effect on genito urinary tract, suitable even for prolonged use particularly in resistant cases.
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Therapeutic Efficacy of Hamycin in the Treatment of Oral Thrush
BB Gokhale
May-June 1967, 33(3):127-136
Hamycin, a new polyene antifungal antibiotic was tried in the form of glycerine suspension in 0.1% concentration in newborn infants suffering with oral thrush. A double blind study in 72 cases was planned. The results conclusively prove that Hamycin is effective against C albicans in oral thrush.
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Physiological Functions of the Surface of the Skin
HE Kleine-Natrop
May-June 1967, 33(3):165-173
The so called dermal fat of the skin surface is on principle a mixture consisting of fat and water, of ether- soluble and watersoluble portions, that are derived from the horny layer and the keratinization as well as from sebum and sweat secretion. This mixture has the form of an emulsion. There is the possibility of the O-W emulsion and the W-0 emulsion on principle. An W/0-emulsion participates decisively in the regulation of water and heat balance of the skin. Therefore the water balance and the regulation of heat can be influenced by changes of, the emulsion film by means of dermatological externals, used in the local treatment. The control of the physicochemical properties- for instance the wettability and the spreading-reveals also in the case of an external -homogenous emulsion film-as an example: W/O emulsion on the non-evident sweating skin-topographical and individual specialities. These specialities can be reproduced in such a regularity, that you are inclined to regard these individual specialities as fixed within the type; this is done by the, clinical usage with the type of the seborrhoeic, and the sebostatic.
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Gonorrhoea in the Past
ASM Hossain Tasaddoque
May-June 1967, 33(3):141-145
The article details the history of gonorrhoea in the ancient literature and described the evolution of term gonorrhoea.
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Darier's Disease and Fordyce’s Disease
Sardari Lai, Armand Velou
May-June 1967, 33(3):153-156
Lesions in oral mucosa have been reported many a times in Darier's disease but many of these reports have been without histologic examination of mucosal lesions. Our case with this disease showed papular lesions on oral mucosa which on histologic examination gave the picture of Fordyce's disease. Routine biopsy of oral lesions in Darier's disease is suggested to know the incidence of true mucosal lesions in the disease.
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Clinical Trial of Fanasil Roche (sulphonamide Ro 4-4393) in Skin Infections
CP Sindhur, Gopi Chandrani, CF Shah
May-June 1967, 33(3):157-159
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Lichen Nitidus

May-June 1967, 33(3):150-152
A case of lichen nitidus has been described in a boy aged 10 years. He showed lesions only on the exposed areas. Mantoux test was negative.
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Ainhum-review of Literature and 3 Case Reports
P Nagabhushanam
May-June 1967, 33(3):146-149
A brief review of ainhum, a rare disease of unknown etiology has been given.. Case reports of three patients who attended SVRR Hospital, Tirupati are given. A modified line of therapy for Grade I and II has been suggested.
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Intralesional Triamcinolone Therapy in Various Dermatoses
F Handa
May-June 1967, 33(3):115-126
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