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   1975| November-December  | Volume 41 | Issue 6  
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Abo Blood Groups and Skin Disease
GH Hajini, Lal Manohar Sindwani, SN Ahmad Shah
November-December 1975, 41(6):230-232
Blood groups in 1259 patients of various skin diseases have revealed that subjects with blood group A are more prone to various skin diseases and this susceptibility decreased in that order with group AB, 0 and B. Urticaria, alopecia areata, pyoderma, fungal infections, acne vulgaris and zoster were significantly common in group A people while infective eczema, erythema multiforme, contact dermatitis, psoriasis and vitiligo in group A B subjects.
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Linear Vitiligo
SK Punshi
November-December 1975, 41(6):240-240
Two case of linear vitiligo are reported. One is in the cate gory of congenital vitiligo appearing since birth. Other acquired linear depigmentation of leg in a'tentacle fashion'of 5 years duration.
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Epidemiological Study on 1100 Cases of Leprosy
Arun Kumar, BL Verma
November-December 1975, 41(6):222-225
The study is based on I 100 cases of all types of leprosy, attending the outpatient department of Leprosy Mission Hospital, Naini, Allahabad from January to December 1970 and, was undertaken with the objective to observe, if there existed, any association between the personal variables like age, sex, marital status and occupation etc. and disease variables like type of leprosy and the site of first lesion. The analysis revealed that leprosy was more 'common in males than females and its prevalence in married individual was significantly different than the unmarried. Non lepromatous (specially tuberculoid) leprosy was found in highest prevalence (60.91) and hand was the most common site of first lesion. The association of type of leprosy and occupation was found to be statistically highly significant. The association of marital status with the type of leprosy was not significant whereas occupation and site of first lesion were found to be statistically highly significant.
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Genito-cutaneous Amoebiasis
Pranesh Nigam, RD Mukhija, BM Goyal
November-December 1975, 41(6):236-237
A case of genito-cutaneous amebiasis has been discussed in a young unmarried girl and relevant literature has been reviewed
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Herpes Zoster and Chicken Pox in Same Patient
F Handa, Rani Radha Agarwal, Guru Prashad
November-December 1975, 41(6):233-235
Two cases of herpes zoster (HZ) with chicken pox (CP) occuring simultaneously, are reported. It has been known since long that the virus of CP and HZ are related. Further investigations have established that the virus of CP and HZ is identical. Therefore this virus has been labelled as varicella zoster virus (VZV). Simultaneous appearance of HZ and CP in the same cases lends clinical proof to the above facts.
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Giant Seborrheic Keratosis
P Rao Syamasundara, T Krisbnamurthy
November-December 1975, 41(6):238-230
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Dexamethasone on Neo-natal Rat Skin
KK Jain, SP Koranne, UV Niglai
November-December 1975, 41(6):226-229
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An Assessment of Intradermal Sweat Test in Hypopigmented Lesions of Non-leprous Origin
MY Acharekar, RG Ghulwala, R Ganpati
November-December 1975, 41(6):218-221
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