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   1978| January-February  | Volume 44 | Issue 1  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Lichen Planus Actinicus
AS Sohi, VD Tiwari, TR Chopra
January-February 1978, 44(1):34-37
PMID:28266489
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ARTICLES
What is your diagnosis

January-February 1978, 44(1):48-48
PMID:28266493
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Self Assessment Programme

January-February 1978, 44(1):49-51
PMID:28266494
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Abstracts

January-February 1978, 44(1):52-52
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Letter to the Editor

January-February 1978, 44(1):53-53
PMID:28266495
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Announcements

January-February 1978, 44(1):54-54
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Editor's Report

January-February 1978, 44(1):55-57
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Association news and note

January-February 1978, 44(1):58-59
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CASE REPORTS
Erb's Syphilitic Paraplegia
M Akhtar, RK Dutta
January-February 1978, 44(1):38-40
PMID:28266490
A 45 years old married lady was admitted with spastic paraplegia of insidious onset without any sensory deficit. Serological studies of blood and CSF for syphilis were positive and cerebrospinal fluid showed increased cells and protein content. She responded well to parenteral penicillin therapy, showed gradual subjective improvement and appreciable decrease in cellular and protein content of the CSF. Her husband also was found to have latent syphilitic infection. Review of relevant literature showed no report of such paraplegia following syphilis in recent times. The case is being reported with a short discussion of the clinical features of neurosyphilis.
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Mycosis Fungoides - Tumour Demblee
PV Sadananda Naik, PP Puily, KG Gopinatha Pillai, PU Asokan
January-February 1978, 44(1):41-45
PMID:28266491
A case of mycosis fungoides - tumour d'emblee is reported and discussed. A leukaemoid reaction or transformation of mycosis fungoides to other forms of reticulosis is suggested as the probable cause for raised WBC count in our patient.
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Waardenburg's Syndrome with Leprosy
B.S.N Reddy, Sushil Chandra, PR Jha, Gurmohan Singh
January-February 1978, 44(1):24-26
PMID:28266486
A rare association of Waardenburg's syndrome and tuberculoid leprosy in a 13-year-old patient is described. This is an unrecorded feature in the literature. These two disorders are quite unrelated entities and their occurrence in the same patient is a casual one. All the classical features of Waardenburg's syndrome except deafness were present and the disease manifested as an isolated case in the family. The pertinent literature is briefly reviewed.
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Naevoxanthoendothelioma (Synonym: Juvenile Xanthogranuloma)
F Handa, Radha Rani Aggarwal, Adarsh Chopra, Shashi Kanta
January-February 1978, 44(1):27-30
PMID:28266487
A case of naevoxanthoendothelioma juvenile xanthogranuloma) is reported with rare features like late onset of the disease, involvement of liver and diffuse cutaneous lesions including cafe au lait spots and pigmented naevus. Final diagnosis could be achieved only on histopathology report.
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Secondary Amyloidosis in Leprosy
Satyanand Sharma, RC Sarin, Suraj Prakash
January-February 1978, 44(1):31-33
PMID:28266488
A case of amyloidosis secondary to lepromatous leprosy has been discussed. He had proteinuria, Congo red retention 64 per cent (first hour), hyperglobulinaemia and renal biopsy revealed amyloid deposits. Factors responsible for amyloidosis are highlighted.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Warty dyskeratoma - a review of clinicopathological features, nature, morphogenesis, classification and nomenclature
Ranjit K Panja
January-February 1978, 44(1):3-11
PMID:28266481
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Prevention of Leprosy
Paramjit Kaur
January-February 1978, 44(1):12-15
PMID:28266482
Leprosy evolves over a long period and after the time of contact it takes long time before pathological changes become evident. Prevention may be achieved by increasing the level of detection and controlling the risk factors. In this paper, the methods of prevention of leprosy are described. Primary prevention, or prophylaxis is of prime importance and this can be achieved by reducing an individual's susceptibility as well as by reducing his/her exposure to susceptible individuals. The former needs general health promotion, immunoprophylaxis and chemoprophylaxis. The latter is achieved by isolation and early detection of cases. A critical review of merits and demerits of these measures is presented. Secondary prevention is through early detection of cases and their prompt treatment. Tertiary prevention is the prevention of deformities and rehabilitation of those who are already disabled.
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Treatment of Lepromatous Leprosy with Clofazimine (B-633 Lamprene)
TV Venkatesan
January-February 1978, 44(1):16-17
PMID:28266483
The present clinical study comprises of' lepromatous leprosy patients. In all these patients lepra reaction was noticed. These patients were previously taking sulphones. Patients were followed for two years and the results are given.
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Herpes Progenitalis New Method of Treatment
AK Bajaj, V Swarup, NK Mehdiratta
January-February 1978, 44(1):18-20
PMID:28266484
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Therapeutic Evaluation of Topical Retinoic Acid in Acne Vulgaris
SG Dayal, Pranesh Nigam, AK Aggarwal
January-February 1978, 44(1):20-23
PMID:28266485
A clinical trial with topical retinoic acid 0.05% was undertaken on 43 patients with acne vulgarism. The response was assessed over a 12 weeks period. Drug proved very effective giving excellent to good response in 83.3% of cases. Local reaction was temporary and in most cases the treatment could be successfully continued with reduced frequency of applications. The drug was well accepted by patients.
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EDITORIAL
Is there leprosy like disease in wild armadillos
B.M.S Bedi
January-February 1978, 44(1):1-3
PMID:28266480
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Plasma cortisol levels in vitiligo
BB Gokhale, LN Mehta, AC Deshpande, SS Naik
January-February 1978, 44(1):46-47
PMID:28266492
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