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   1968| January-February  | Volume 34 | Issue 1  
 
 
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Studies on the Shape of Human Nails in Normal Subjects
DN Chhatrapati, GL Purohit
January-February 1968, 34(1):9-17
Measurements on the normal human nails were done in 75 males and 35 females subjects. The average length and breadth of each digit was more in males than in females but the L: B ratios were nearly the same. The length was largest in thumb and smallest in little finger in that descending order. The breadth goes on decreasing from thumb, middle, ring, index and little finger. The L:B ratio is maximum in the thumb and minimum in the index finger. The shape of the nails is classified as square nail long nail, cylindrical nail, large nail and broad nail. Another classification of the shape based on L:B is suggested; it is as long square and broad. The broad is classified from grade I to VIII and the long in grade 1 to II. No significant difference was found in right handed and left handed persons.
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Nevus Sebaceous of Jadassohn
Kamlesh Kumar, Kumar Raj Garg
January-February 1968, 34(1):5-9
A clinical case report of a rare entity - nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn with review of literature is presented, specifying its unusual features large size, bizzare configuration, and pinkish colour. Clinically, it can easily be confused with haemangioma (in pinkish lesion only) in addition to other differential diagnostic possibilities. Results of treatment with full thickness surgical excision, even without the necessity of skin grafting is highly estimable.
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An Improved Procedure of Demonstration of N Gonorrhoea Intracellularly in Pus Cells by the Direct Fluorescent Antibody (fa) Staining Technique
GM Nair, CW Chacko
January-February 1968, 34(1):1-4
The immediate direct fluorescent staining of smears of genitourinary discharges from patient's for quick and specific diagnosis of gonorrhoea is suggested to have been improved by the pre-treatment of smears with the Biuret reagent containing Bromophenol blue. Non-specific fluorescence of background material is thereby eliminated so that N gonorrhoae are more easily and specifically identified in pus cells for quick diagnosis of gonorrhoea particularly in the infected female.
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Xeroderma Pigmentosum
KN Saxena, PK Wahal, VK Srivastava, Ramesh Kumar
January-February 1968, 34(1):41-44
Out of 3 cases reported first two were real sisters and the history of consanguinity was available. All the 3 cases belonged to AB blood group. First case had pigmentation, second case pigmentation and ectropion, while the third case revealed ectropion, loss of eye lashes, corneal opacities and small nodular growth at the limbus. The first two cases were children while the third was 28 years old.
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Scleroderma (analysis of 14 Cases)
SR Sadana, RC Sarin
January-February 1968, 34(1):5-8
Fourteen cases of slceroderma have been analysed. All were of acrosclerotic type. Skin was involved in all the cases. Oesophagus on barium swallow study revealed aperistalsis and dilatation in four cases. Pulmonary changes were observed in three cases.
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Lichen Sclerosis Et Atrophicus in a Child
DN Mulay, JS Mehta, BB Ahuja
January-February 1968, 34(1):45-46
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Control of Gonococcal Infection
ASM Hossain Tasaddoque
January-February 1968, 34(1):29-40
Over rapid but uncontrolled urbanisation has been shown to have an impact on venereal disease, which, therefore, require planned urbanisation with improvements in environmental health and housing facilities. Control of gonococcal and other venereal infections require improvements of the social and economic conditions including recreational facilities and protection of the community by suppression of clandestine sexual promiscuity.
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Spinal Fluid in Acquired Early Syphilis
AK Datta
January-February 1968, 34(1):18-20
Study was done in 100 untreated and uncomplicated male cases of early acquired syphilis. Of them 10 were primary 70 were secondary and 20 early latent syphilitics. None of the 10 primary cases showed any abnormality, 21 of the secondary and 3 of the early latent cases showed abnormalities. Colloid gold test and attempt to detect treponema pallidum in spinal fluid were not done due to lack of facilities.
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