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   1974| July-August  | Volume 40 | Issue 4  
 
 
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Betamethasone 17--benzoate Cream For Common Dermatological Conditions
Jacob Zachariah, IM Joy
July-August 1974, 40(4):178-180
Twenty- four cases with bilaterally symmetrical steroid responsive lesions were included in this placebo controlled trial. Each patient used both placebo and the active drug on two sides of the body for two weeks. 83% of patients showed favourable response to Beben cream. Beben was considered definitely superior in 50% of the patients, whereas no patient showed better response to placebo. The difference in the response to Beben compared to placebo was statistically significant.
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Further Evaluation of Griseofulvin Therapy in Lichhen Planus
VN Sehgal
July-August 1974, 40(4):156-158
Griseofulvin-FP in the dosage of 500 mg daily was administered in 47 patients of lichen planus. The duration of therapy varied from 3 to 7 weeks. The results were evaluated by subsidence of itching and flattening of the lesions. The therapy was very effective, but the regressions of symptoms and signs were directly proportional to the duration of therapy. The most favourable results were obtained with therapy extended for 6 weeks and above. The possible mechanism of action of the drug in lichen planus is outlined.
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Prevalence of Leprosy in Kashmir
GH Hajini, SN Shah Ahmad
July-August 1974, 40(4):159-161
A total of 5329 cases of Leprosy registered by different agencies in Jammu and Kashmir State show an overall prevalence rate of 1.15 per thousand population.
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Sensitivity of Dermatophytes To Hamycin in Vivo and Vitro
AK Garg, DN Mulay
July-August 1974, 40(4):143-148
Efficacy of hamycin (greasy and non-greasy base) ointment in the topical treatment of dermatophytoses has been investigated. Results of the treatment with greasy base ointment were unsatisfactory since 14.7% of the cases only got cured. An increase in the concentration of antibiotic from 0.25 to 1.0% in the ointment did not show any appreciable difference in the efficacy of the drug. Treatment with non-greasy base ointment gave better results since 45.6% of the cases were completely cured.
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A Case Report of Sturge Weber Syndrome
F Handa, Rani Radha Aggarwal, Lal Ratan Singh
July-August 1974, 40(4):153-155
A 2.5 months old case of Sturge Weber syndrome is reported. This is a rare disease specially in very young patients. In addition, patient is suffering from parotid haemangioma of left side of face.
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Waardenburg's Syndrome
K Murthy Radhakrishna, SVM Rao Surya, T Kalpana
July-August 1974, 40(4):173-177
PMID:115785
A case of Waardenburg syndrome is reported, with more than three characteristic features. A peculiar finding in this case is the orange colour of fundus ground in left eye due to partial albinism which was also reported only once before. The father who is partial albino and who has.had consangwnous marriage has transmitted major part of the syndrome. Partial albinism, which is said to be always non-progressive, has grown subsequently in the patient to double the original extent. The recurrent vesiculobullous eruptions in the family are an additional features of this case, as also the mental condition of the patient in association with partial albinism.
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Mixed Tumour of the Skin
A Ansar Khan, SM Ashraf
July-August 1974, 40(4):149-152
Three cases of apocrine type of mixed tamour of the face have been described. The diagnosis was made on histological examination. The tumours were I composed of anastomosing cords of epithelial.cells, hom cysts scattered in chondroid stroma in two and myxoid in one. One of these cases showed the presence of islands of cartilaginous tissue.
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Retinoic Acid in the Treatment of Acne
L Marquis, CK Jagavkar
July-August 1974, 40(4):162-172
A study of 50 cases of acne treated with topical0.05% retinoic acid lotion, applied at bed time, conducted at St. Gorge's Hospital, Bombay is presented. 74% of cases (37 patients) showed a good to excellent response. The comedone count showed a remarkable drop by the twelfth week of treatment and the papules and pustules, responded to a lesser extent. Our impressions are that this topical application is ideal in comedoneacne. When papules and pustules predominate, retinoic acid therapy may be combined with antibiotic preparations. The side effects observed were minimal, only 7 patients reported itching and excoriation which were mild and transient.
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Free Aminoacied Pattern of Psoriatic Scales
C Sobbandari, Pj Ramamurthy, M Reddy Audisesha
July-August 1974, 40(4):135-139
The free amino acid pattern of scales of 25 psoriatic patients was studied by paper chromatography. A consistent decrease in cystine and an increase in taurine was noticed. The role ol sulphur containing amino acids in pathogenesis of psoriasis is discussed.
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Chemoprophylaxis in Pyodermas
Gurmohan Singh
July-August 1974, 40(4):181-184
Effect of prophylactic use of-antibiotics for preventing staphylococcal infections of skin was studied experimentally. Healthy human volunteers were given pencillin or demethylchlor tetracycline in usual therapeutic doses -and later challenged with staphylococci. In 2 of 3 subjects, the prophylactically given drug could not ;prevent the experimental infection, even though the challenging organisms were sensitive to the respective antibiotics in vitro. When the drug was continued even after the staphylococci were inoculated, 50% showed evidence of clinical infection. Diphtheroids had complete disappearance and staphylococcus epidermidis became resistant to the antibiotic used even though its quantum remained at a constant level.
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