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   1980| November-December  | Volume 46 | Issue 6  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Localised Cutaneous Sporotrichosis of Face - a Case Report From India
Prem Singh, RC Sharma, ML Gupta
November-December 1980, 46(6):381-381
A case of localized cutaneous sporottichosis of face has been reported. This is the first case of this type from India and the first of sporotrichosis reported from Himachal Pradesh.North India.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Hendersonula Toruloidea Infection of Human Skin and Nails
SM Singh, AK Barde
November-December 1980, 46(6):350-355
Four cases of skin and nail infection by Hendersonula toruloidea are described from India. Infections were confined to the feet which showed scaling and dystrophic nails. The presence of brown hyphae with knobbled swellings in the nail tissue and repeated isolation of H. toraloidea in pure culture are taken as evidence that this fungus was invading the tissues.
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CASE REPORTS
Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome
A Mahakrishnan, S Velu, PI Pandian
November-December 1980, 46(6):377-380
A 21 years old male with typical features of Ellis-Van Creveld Syndrome is presented for its rarity. This is the second living case being reported from India.
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Keratoacanthoma with Osteolysls
VR Mehta
November-December 1980, 46(6):360-363
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ARTICLES
Abstract

November-December 1980, 46(6):380-380
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What is your diagnosis?

November-December 1980, 46(6):384-385
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Book- review

November-December 1980, 46(6):386-387
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Announcements

November-December 1980, 46(6):388-389
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Association News and Notes

November-December 1980, 46(6):390-391
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Index-Author and Subject

November-December 1980, 46(6):392-397
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CASE REPORTS
Jaundice, an Early Clinical Manifestation of Secondary Syphilis
G Borroni
November-December 1980, 46(6):356-358
Hepatitis is an uncommon manifestation of early acquired syphilis. A case of secondary syphilis presenting with jaundice and papular eruption is reported. The icterus was slight and responded romptly to penicillin therapy, transaminase levels were moderately increased. Alkaline phosphatase was elevated. Jaundice was due to an inc of both conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin; serological reactions for syphilis were positive.
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Contact Dermatitis Due to Nickel Starting at the Age of One Year
JS Pasricha, Suresh Panjwani
November-December 1980, 46(6):359-359
The case of child developing contact dermatitis due to nickel in the bangles at the age of one year is being reported.
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Leptosphaeria Senegalensis Causing Mycetoma Pedis in Madras
VV Taralakshmi, VV Pankajalakshmi, CN Pandurangan
November-December 1980, 46(6):364-367
Two cases of eumycetoma pedis caused by Leptosphaeria senegalensis in Twnilians are reported. Both presented with swelling of the foot and multiple sinuses discharging serosanguinous material which contained black granules. In the first case, the specific diagnosis was made by histopathology and isolation of, L. senegalensis. In the other, the eristic granules were tissue section.
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Trigeminal Trophic Syndrome Following Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus
Bhushan Kumar, K Radhakrishnan, JS Chopra, Surrinder Kaur
November-December 1980, 46(6):368-370
A case of trigeminal trophic syndrome presenting with painless ulceration of the scalp following herpes zoster ophthalmicus is presented. The pathogenesis of neurotrophic changes in the trigeminal territory is reviewed.
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Pyoderma Gangrenosum
R.P.C Naik, K Sethi Devi, PS Nayak, NR Rau
November-December 1980, 46(6):371-374
A case of pyoderma gangrenosu I m and ulcerative colitis is reported. The case shows that it is mandatory to control the bowel disease to achieve healing of skin lesions.
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Perforation of the Palate in Scleroma
NK Soni, P Chatterji, SK Nahata, BB Lal
November-December 1980, 46(6):375-376
A case of sclerotma with perforation of the palate is described. The patient presented a picture suggestive of syphilitic granuloma with perforation of the nasal septum and the palate. The diagnosis of scleroma was made on the basis of histopathology. The case was treated by surgical resection of the nasal mass and with antibiotics for a period of 3 months. The aetiopathogenesis of the clinical of the features in this case is discussed briefly in the light of available literature.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Incidence of Urethrogenital Trichomoniasis in Males
RP Sharma, KC Verma
November-December 1980, 46(6):332-334
Fourteen per cent prevalence of urethrogenital tfichomoniasis was observed in a group of 50 male patients suffering from various VM of genitourinary symptoms. The prevalence was highest in the age group of maximum sexual activity (20-30 years). The commonest symptom observed in patients with trichomonal intestation was a sort of penile discomfort. Urethral scrapings were found to be the best sources for the detection of the organism. No superiority of s@ed smears and culture was observed over fresh wet smears in the diagnosis.
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Prevalence of Hepatitis B Antigen/antibody in Patients of Syphilis
BN Joshi, Shailaja Jundre
November-December 1980, 46(6):335-337
In some cases of Hepatitis B antigen positive hepatitis, a history of previous blood transfusion or any parenteral therapy is lacking and evidence for other routes of infections have to be sought. Sexual contact has been suggested as one of the methods of transmission of this infection. To approach the problem from this angle we studied 480 serawhich werepositive for syphilis serology for the presence of HB antigen and antibody by discontinuous counter immune electrophoresis method. It was found to be prevalent to the extentof 5.Z-per centagainst 1.4 per cent found in voluntary blood donors. Our observation agrees with that of other workers that HB antigen/antibody is seen more frequently in patients with positive syphilis serol-ogy.
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A Clinical Trial of "B-663" in Vitiligo
F Handa, Masood Ahmad
November-December 1980, 46(6):338-340
'B663' (3-P chloranilino) - 10 (P-Chlorophenyl) - 2, 10-dihydro-2-(ISO-prophylimino) (lampre-ne, Hansepran) was tried in 20 pmknts with vitiligo. Majority of cam (I 7) did not show any improvement Three cases showed slight repigmentation. Generalised dark brown pigmentation was a major deterrent for the patients to use this drug. Good results claimed in a previous report, could not be substantiated by us.
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Secondary Syphilis: a Histopathological Study
RK Basumatary, Ratan Singh
November-December 1980, 46(6):341-345
The histopathological patterns were studied in 44 biopsies from 31 cases of secondary syphilis. The classical picture of syphilis was observed in majority of the cases, but it was lacking or inconspicuous in 22.72% cases. Granulomatous reaction was observed in 15.9% cases during early stage of the disease. Epidermal changes like hyporkeratosis, parakeratosis, exocytosis, spongiosis and acanthosis were frequently seen. Keratotic plugging was observed in 11.36%, hypergranulosis in 2.27% cases and basal cell degeneration in 33.63% cases.
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Diurnalandseasonalvarutions in Longwave Ultraviolet Light Content of Sunlight Over the City of Bombay
PG Talwalker, RB Gadgil, PG Talwalker, RB Gadgil
November-December 1980, 46(6):346-349
Sunlight is a good source of ultraviolet light. The intensity of ultraviolet content of sunlight shows marked diumal and seasonal variation. The maximum intensity is present around noon and in summer months. The higher the altitude, the higher is the intensity.
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EDITORIAL
Cryogenics and dermatology
A Krishna
November-December 1980, 46(6):327-331
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