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   1968| May-June  | Volume 34 | Issue 3  
 
 
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Systemic Anaphylactic Following a Test Dose of Streptomycin
BW Gajwani, BS Verma
May-June 1968, 34(3):113-114
A 19 years old patient noticed that soon after entering his work place (streptomycin packing section) he developed burning of the eyes with excessive lacrimation, urticaria and sometimes he even vomitted and had difficulty in breathing. He was tested with 0.005 gm of streptomycin. Soon after the test patient complained of generalised warmth, tightness in the chest and itching all over. He had a vomit and complained of severe dyspnoea and palpitation. He became restless, there was marked flushing of the face and eyes, he perspired profusely and felt very cold and clammy, there was audible wheeze, pulse and blood pressure, were not recordable. Epinephrine, dexamethasone and antistine resulted in improvement.
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Albright's Syndrome
TK Mehta, L Marquis
May-June 1968, 34(3):94-86
A case of Albright's syndrome in a male patient of 22 years is presented. The skin and osseous involvement was segmental. This is in agreement with most cases reported. No mucosal lesions were present. No gonadal or endocrinal dysfunction was evident. Family history did not reveal any other members presenting similar lesions.
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Chtryosis Congenita
BH Shah, DR Parikh, PM Kapoor
May-June 1968, 34(3):122-123
A full term female child was born. The skin was very much thickened, fissured and peeled off at places. There was marked ectropion. The eyes, ears and nose were deformed. There was gross macrostoma. The elbows were swollen, deformed and in flexed attitude. The fingers and toes looked like stubs. Child died on the third day and autopsy revealed no systemic pathology.
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Cutaneous Temperature Studies in the Diagnosis of Leprosy
JC Shroff, VV Dongre
May-June 1968, 34(3):104-106
Results of cutaneous temperature recordings, using a sensitive skin thermometer in 110 cases of advanced and doubtful leprosy cases are discussed. It is concluded that in spite of the limitations of such studies in the practice of dermatology, they may prove to be useful auxiliary diagnostic aids.
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Case Reports on Ainhum
PK Tiwary
May-June 1968, 34(3):110-112
Three cases of Ainhum are reported and injections of cortisone were given with temporary relief.
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Control of Venereal Diseases
RV Rajam
May-June 1968, 34(3):114-121
A separate independent section for VD and Yaws in the Directorate General of Health Services as in the case of other communicable diseases. The projects in the State should be centrally sponsored and not aided. The target of one VD clinic in every district should be aimed at and implemented. The quality and standard of performance of the existing clinics should be greatly improved both from the point of view of prevention and treatment. The VD clinics in the hospitals should be under the Public Health wing of the States health administrative including the- teaching hospitals. Doctors with public health qualification with orientation in VD and other communicable diseases are the proper persons to be in-charge of the VD clinics to give them an epidemiological bias. The clinician is interested in the individual patient. The public health officer is interested in the health of the community. At the periphery in Taluq Hospitals and Primary health centres, VD should be integrated with Tuberculosis, Leprosy, Maternity and Child Welfare and the family Planning programmes. Efficient quick laboratory service at the district level is a sine-qua-non for the scientific treatment of VD. A closer liaison between the Armed Forces and the civil authorities to uncover the sources of infection among the civilian population. Yaws is not national problem. It is confined to the back woods of certain contiguous states. With more vigorous measures of mass treatment, the non-venereal treponemal disease could be eradicated. We should beware Syphilis does not enter by the back door to fill the vacuum.
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Fissure Soles in Leprosy
P Nagabhushanam
May-June 1968, 34(3):107-109
The incidence of fissures of soles in 196 patients of leprosy was observed, and found to be very high 78.6% and the incidence is more in non lepromatous type especially polyneuritictype. It may be most probably mild trophic change resulting in dryness of feet leading to fissuring of soles.
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Betamethasone - 17 Valerate Oint- Ment (a Clinical Trial with Occulsive Therapy)
DN Mulay, JS Mehta, BB Ahuja, GJ Chandnani
May-June 1968, 34(3):124-126
One hundred and seventy six lesions of lichen simplex chronicus treated with bethamethasone-17 valerate situated at different sites of the body in 88 patients under occlusive dressing in anaylsed here. The dressing schedule was twice a week for a period of eight weeks. 100 percent success was achieved in 94.6 percent lesions. Six cases with ten lesions developed local complications whereas no systemic complication was observed.
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Liver Function Tests in Various Dermatoses
F Handa, Amar Singh
May-June 1968, 34(3):127-132
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