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   1981| March-April  | Volume 47 | Issue 2  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Premalignant Epithelial Changes in the Uterine Cervix of Women Aged Less Than Thirty with Special Emphasis on the Coexistent Condylomatous Lesions
Kari J Syrjanen, Stinam Syrjanen
March-April 1981, 47(2):88-97
PMID:28211420
One hundred and sixty two women aged less than 30 years with either a dysplastic change or carcinoma in situ of the squamous epithelium of the uterine cervix were histologically assessed with special emphasis on the detection of the recently described condylomatous lesions (the flat, inverted and the papillomatous ones) caused by human papilloma virus (PHV). A total of 134 condylomatous (CO) lesions were -- discovered, the flat type being the most frequent one (75.4%) followed in decreasing order of frequency by therted (14.2%) and the papillomatous condylomas (10.40/o). The classical papillomatous cbndylomas were characteristically associated with mild dysplasias, while the flat and inverted'ones were more common in of the more severe epithelial atypias. All the patients under 20 showed CO changes associated with their atypias which was interpreted to indicate that the coexistent condyloma infection accelerates the development of these lesions. The clinical behaviour of the epithelial atypias studied was consonant with that of cervic al dysplasia s in general in the sense that the severity of the atypia increased with the advancing age of the patients. The possible role of HPV, the etiologic agent of the condylomas, in the development of uterine cervical carinoma was discussed in the light of the present observations, and the conclusion was drawn that this might be the agent responsible for, contributing to the evolvement of this cancer.
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Psorlen Therapy of Leucoderma Acquisitum Centrifugum
LK Vasistha
March-April 1981, 47(2):98-101
PMID:28211421
Ten patients, with leucoderma acquisitum centrifugum were treated with psoralens and solar irradiation. Six patients were given oral 8-methoxy psoralen and four, topical tri-methyl psoralen. They were observed every month for six months. Out of ten patients seven responded to treatment. The mode of repiginentation was found similar to that of vitiligo. Therefore psoralen therapy is recommended for treating this condition.
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Dermatoglyphics in Vitiligo
KC Verma, VK Jain
March-April 1981, 47(2):102-104
PMID:28211422
A Total of 80 cases, comprising of 40 controls and 40 vitiligo cases, were studied for, dermatoglyphic pattern and ridge count. In males with vitiligo increased incidence of radial loops of 2nd fingers and increased incidence of arches were observed while in females, increased incidence of ulnar loops on 3rd digit was observed in the present study. Difference in patterns in cases of vitiligo as compared to normal, was statistically insignificant. No significant change was observed in total ridge count in vitiligo cases.
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CASE REPORTS
Dermatomyositis with Calcinosis Cutis Universalis
SL Wadhwa, Leslie Marquis
March-April 1981, 47(2):110-114
PMID:28211425
An eleven year old child with dermatomyositis and calcinosis cutis universalis is presented. She showed heliotrope bloating of eyelids, Gottrons sign, proximal muscle wasting with contractures and extensive areas of calcification over the shoulder, pelvic girdles and proximal extremities. The dignosis was confirmed by biochemical and histopatholo "cal studies as 91 well as electromyography. High doses of steroids and supportive measures made the patient ambulatory.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Dermatomycoses in and Around Jamnagar
VC Poria, A Samuel, MK Acharya, SS Tilak
March-April 1981, 47(2):84-87
PMID:28211419
1 Three hundred clin ically diagnosed cases of dermatomycoses attending the skin out patients department, Irwin Group of Hospital, Jamnagar were studied mycologically. Dermatomycosis were found in 216 cases (72 percent) either by direct smear examination or by culture or by both. The commonest genus isolated was Trichophyton (79.7 per cent) followed by Candida (13.6 percent), Epidermophyton (4.2 per cent) and Microsporum (2.5 per cent). The commonest species isolated was T. rubrum followed by T. mentagrophytes, Candida albicans, T. violaceum, E floccosum, T. schonleini, T. verrucosum, M. gypseum and one strain each of T. tonsurans, T. concentricum, T.megnini and T. ferrugineum. Majority of the cases were adults. The male to female ratio was 4: 1. Most common clinical variety encountered was tinea cruris in males and tinea corporis in females. The prevalent clinical types in children were tinea capitis and tinea corporis; in adolescent and adults tinea cruris; and in older age grouptinea corporis. Maximum number of cases were seen in the month of July, while low incidence was recorded during January and February.
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CASE REPORTS
Acrodermatitis Enteropathica
R. P. C Naik, M Meera Baliga
March-April 1981, 47(2):117-119
PMID:28211427
A case of acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE) without significant diarrhoea is reported. The response to oral zinc sulphate therapy in the case has been excellent.
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Gorham’s Disease
KM Acharya, VG Davda, VP Desai
March-April 1981, 47(2):115-116
PMID:28211426
A rare case of Gorham's syndrome is presented in a 6 months old female child. This case report is the first of its kind in Indian literature.
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Chloracne
AK Bajvj, DC Govil, SC Gupta, OP Gupta
March-April 1981, 47(2):107-109
PMID:28211424
A family of nine members developed chloracne possibly due to accidental ingestion of mobil oil. Among them two children died almost within a month following anorexia and severe vomiting.
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'Two Unrelated Drugs Causing Independent Lesions of Fixed Eruption in the Same Patient
JS Pasricha, S Panjwani, P Misra
March-April 1981, 47(2):105-106
PMID:28211423
Existence of two groups of lesions of fixed eruption in a patient, each group reacting to a different unrelated durg seems to be far more common than realized. Two such cases seen in a period of one year are being reported. The lesions of one patient reacted to
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Reactive Perforating Collagenosis
V Ramankutty
March-April 1981, 47(2):125-127
PMID:28211430
A case of reactive perforating couagenosis occurring in a 23-year-old lady born of consangiunous parents is reported. No other member of the family was affected. Lesions had started appearing at the age of 12 years . with remissions and exacerbations. The lesions were mainly distributed over the exposed parts of the body. Histopathology was consistent with the clinical diagnosis. The paucity of reports regarding this entity has prompted the author to report this case.
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Pemphigoid-in Identical Diabetic Twins
TP Thankappan, MI Joy
March-April 1981, 47(2):120-122
PMID:28211428
Bullous pemphigoid developing at the same tune in identical twin sisters with diabetes mellitus is reported.
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Discoid Lupus Erythematosus and Adenocarcinoma Palate
VN Sehgal, SC Bharija
March-April 1981, 47(2):123-124
PMID:28211429
An unusual association of discoid lupus erythematosis and adeno- carcinoma of palate is being described. A relationship between the two, however, could not be established.
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EDITORIAL
Plant dermatitis
KM Prakash
March-April 1981, 47(2):69-70
PMID:28211416
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ARTICLES
Dettol induced irritant dermatitis

March-April 1981, 47(2):128-129
PMID:28211431
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What is your diagnosis ?

March-April 1981, 47(2):129-130
PMID:28211432
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Detection of antibodies against dermatophytic antigens in pityriasis versicolor infections
P Talwar, M Sharma, Bhushan Kumar, S Kulkarni, KK Ghose, Surrinder Kaur
March-April 1981, 47(2):80-83
PMID:28211418
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ARTICLES
Announcements

March-April 1981, 47(2):132-133
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Association News and Notes

March-April 1981, 47(2):134-134
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Abstracts

March-April 1981, 47(2):131-132
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Porphyrin in health and disease
F Handa
March-April 1981, 47(2):71-79
PMID:28211417
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