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   1967| November-December  | Volume 33 | Issue 6  
 
 
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Anti Pruritic Effect of Trimeprazine Tartrate Apart From Its Sedative Action
DN Mulay, JS Mehta, BB Ahuja
November-December 1967, 33(6):293-296
Study comprised of 79 cases of lichen simplex chronicus to assess the antipruritic effect of Vaffergan. It is observed that trimeprazine tartrate (Vallergan) has a specific antipruritic effect apart from its central sedative action.
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Adenoma Sebaceum - Review of Literature and a Case Report
P Nagabhushanam, B Rao Suryanarayana
November-December 1967, 33(6):293-286
A review of adenoma-sebaceum with a case-report in a boy of 10 years is given who attended out-patient only for facial lesions. Our routine investigations showed calcified spots in skull X-ray and tumours of retina. Neither there is history of convulsions in the child, nor any familial history of similar incidence. His mental condition is normal to his age.
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Epidermolysis Bullosa
BKH Nair
November-December 1967, 33(6):306-310
A classification of Epidermolysis bullosa based on the clinicopathological features and mode of inheritance is given. Three cases of epidermolysis bullosa occurring in a family is described. The mode of inheritance and clinical features of the cases are discussed with reference to the classification. It is pointed out that these cases do not fit in with any of the categories mentioned in the usual lassification.
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Epidermolysis Bullosa
N Meenakshi Mehta, Shantilal Sheth
November-December 1967, 33(6):297-305
Three cases of the rare condition epidermolysis bullosa (Dystrophic variety) are reported. Genitourinary abnormalities found in our patients is a very interesting feature. The value of oral biopsy for confirmation of the diagnosis in absence of skin lesions is stressed.
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