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   1968| September-October  | Volume 34 | Issue 5  
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Fungus Infection of Scalp and Hair - a Study of Thirty Cases
RC Mankodi, MS Kanvinde
September-October 1968, 34(5):186-188
The present work is related to clinical and mycological studies of thirty cases of tinea capitis. Of 600 clinically diagnosed cases of dermatomycosis collected during last one and half years, 30 cases were of tinea capitis. Of 30 cases, 28 were children are below the age of 13 years and two were adults. Sex incidence showed 21 were males and 9 were females. Typical "Blackdot" lesions were present in 13 cases like others showed variety of clinical picture. In one case kerion type lesion was observed. Itching was noted in 18 cases. Duration of disease ranged from 2 months to 2 years. Similar disease was present in family members of two cases.
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Trophic Ulcers in Leprosy
Shail Wahi, VN Sehgal
September-October 1968, 34(5):189-193
This article details out the mechanism and pathogenesis of trophic ulcers in leprosy. Management and prevention of these ulcers is also described in detail.
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Dermatitis Caused by a Plant-parthenium Hysterophorus Linn: a Preliminary Report
Arvind Lonkar, MK Jog
September-October 1968, 34(5):194-196
Cases of distinctive type of dermatitis in a restricted geographical area are observed. A plant common to this area is suspected to be a causative factor. Its precise role and mode of action is being investigated.
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Clinical and Biological Aspects of the Skin As a Part of the Lymphroreticular System
F Serri, G Rabbiosi, C Bernasconi
September-October 1968, 34(5):213-227
The study of the skin, considered as lymphoreticular section provided with peculiar immunologic attitudes, which are easily explored because of their superficiality, present great interest both for the clinical and biological aspects. Such a study, in fact, allows the clinicians to obtain useful information in order to judge the diffusion of a systemic lymphoreticular disease in order to evaluate the degree of immunologic reactivity in different diseased situations, in order to interpret possible pathogenetic mechanism of an autoimmune disease, while they give to the biologists a simple and practical possibility for analysing the functionality of the lymphoreticular system.
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Mal-del-pinta (pinta) a Case Report
ML Gaind, MA Tutakne
September-October 1968, 34(5):208-210
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Calcinosis Cutis
JC Shroff, L Marquis
September-October 1968, 34(5):197-200
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Keratosis-follicularis: Porokeratosis Follicularis Vegetans
P Nagabhushanam
September-October 1968, 34(5):206-207
A case of Darier's disease confirmed histo-pathologically, is reported. The disease is a rare hereditary disease and appeared for the first time when patient was 30 years old. No other members in family are having similar complaint. He responded well with high doses of vitamin A and local sulphur ointment.
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Pemphigus Vegetans
AG Amin, HS Shah, CF Shah, MS Kanvinde
September-October 1968, 34(5):201-202
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Porokeratosis of Mibelli
A Velou, Sardari Lal
September-October 1968, 34(5):203-205
A case of generalised Porokeratosis of Mibelli associated with cutaneous horns, warty excrescences, dystrophy of the nails and bone lesion is reported.
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