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   1981| May-June  | Volume 47 | Issue 3  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Clinical Mycological and Immunological Study of Tinea Capitis
A Rajagopal, SH Girgla, SS Pandey
May-June 1981, 47(3):146-150
PMID:28211436
Clinically diagnosed and mycologically proved 54 cases of tinea capitis detected at skin out -patient Department of University Ropital, Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi, during May, 1979 to April 1980 were studied. Tinea capitis was an affliction of prepubertal male children of villages. 'Black dot' type was the commonest variety followed by 'kerion' type which was exclusively seen among rural children. Scaly gray patch type was confined to city children. No definite source of infection for 'black dot' type was detected. The source of infection in all the inflammatory type of tinea capitis was traceable. The lesions were always multiple. T. violaceum was the commonest etilogical fungus. It mostly caused 'black dot' type but inflammatory lesions were also due to them. T. mentagraphyte caused 'kerion' type only. T. tonsurans and T. verrucosum also contributed to inflammatory tinea capitis. T. rubrum caused only non- inflammatory type of lesions. M. nanum was isolated in 2 cases of non-infl.qmmatory tinea capitis. No defect in ceu-mediate,d immunity was detected in'black dot' lesions as well as in scaly type of tinea capitis by phytohaemoagglutinin intra-dermal tests.
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Pitied Keratolysis
K Narayani, T Gopinathan, TP lpe, K Narayani, T Gopinathan, TP lpe
May-June 1981, 47(3):151-154
PMID:28211437
Clinical features of 70 cases of pitted keratolysis are described. Bacterial and mycological cultures were done in 20 cases. Sixteen of these (80%) and 7 out of 10 (70%) controls yielded corynebacterium species in culture. The significance of this finding in relation to the aetiology of pitted keratatolysis is discussed. An attempt to reproduce the lesions artificially in 5 healthy volunteers did not succeed.
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CASE REPORTS
Drug Eruption Due to Vitamin A
Ramji Gupta, SJ Pasricha, Ramji Gupta, SJ Pasricha
May-June 1981, 47(3):180-181
PMID:28211444
A patient having itching and erythema on the palms and soles caused by vitamin A and confirmed by repeated provocation tests is reported.
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ARTICLES
What is your diagnosis ?

May-June 1981, 47(3):186-187
PMID:28211447
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Abstracts

May-June 1981, 47(3):188-188
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Announcements

May-June 1981, 47(3):189-189
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Self-assessment programme

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CASE REPORTS
Linear Scleroderma with Unilateral Raynaud's Phenomenonz`
NC Bhargava, G Singh, NC Bhargava, G Singh
May-June 1981, 47(3):182-183
PMID:28211445
A case of linear scieroderma with Unilateral Raynaud's phenomenon is reported.
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Erythema Nodosum (Report of two cases of erythema due to oral contraceptive)
Bhargava, C N, G Singh, NC Bhargava, G Singh
May-June 1981, 47(3):184-185
PMID:28211446
Two cases of erythema nodosum probably due to oral contraceptives containing norgestrol and ethinyl oestradiol are reported. In one case, the skin lesions appeared one month after initiation of drug therapy. This seems to be the shortest latent period so far reported between oral contraceptive drug therapy and appearance of erythema nodosum.
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Peritumoural leukoderma
K Pavithran
May-June 1981, 47(3):175-179
PMID:28211443
Two patients with multiple, metastatic nodules in the skin are described. One of them was a 52-year old man who had midtarsal amputation of his right foot for 'melanoma' of the s6le. The other was a female patient who presented with multiple cutaneous nodules, which on histology proved to be undifferentiated carcinoma cell deposits. The primary site of carcinoma was not detected in this case. Both patients developed leukoderma around the metastatic nodules. Peritumoural leukoderma was followed by the spontaneous regression of two metastatic nodules in the latter case. The possible mechanism is discussed with a review of the literature.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Effect of Oral Contraceptives on Faecal Porphyrins
SK Sidhu, JG Arora, F Handa, KS Sidhu
May-June 1981, 47(3):138-141
PMID:28211434
A quantitative assay -of faecal prophyrins was undertaken by spectrophotometric method of Rimington in forty women, of child-bearing age Thirty women- On Oral contraceptives constituted the study group and ten on other methods of contrace on served as controls. In the study group the mean and standard deviation of faecal CoProporphyrins were 6.747 and 7.215 respectively and of faecal protoporphyrin levels 13.549 and 9.509 respectively.It was observed that 10 per cent of the women on oral contraceptives had raised faecal copro and protoporphyrins, which however, was statistically not significant.
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Effect of Oral Contraceptives on Urinary Porphyrins
JG Arora, F Handa, SK Sidhu
May-June 1981, 47(3):142-145
PMID:28211435
Urinary porphyrins were measured in thirty women on oral contraceptives who constituted the study group and in ten women using conventional methods of contraception who constituted the control group. The difference of theme an so furinary copro and uroporphyrin in the two groups.was found to be statistically insignificant. Further, the effect of duration of treatment of females using oral contraceptives was also studied. The difference of means was not significant a the cases oral contraceptives for a period Of less than six months and cases using the same for more than six months.
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Atopy in Lichen Simplex Chronicus
TV Gopalakrishnan Nair, B. K. H Nair
May-June 1981, 47(3):155-157
PMID:28211438
A study of 50 patients with lichen simplex chronicus and 50 patients with scabies as control shows a significant family history of atopic disorders in patients with lichen simplex chronicus.
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Comparative Evaluation of Ampicillin and Trimethoprim Sulfamoxole Combination in Gonorrhoea
J Chendrayudu, HS Girgla, GM Singh, LK Vasistha, SS Pandey
May-June 1981, 47(3):158-161
PMID:28211439
Fifty men suffering from uncomplicated urethritis were treated either with 1, 280 mg of (TMP) and 6,400 mg of (SDMO) (Supristol 16 tablets) eually divided doses taken at a 12 or with a single dose of 3.5 gm of with 1 gm of probenecid . The cure rate in TMP-SDMO regimen was 79% while that in AMP-PBD regimen was 95.7%. Sensitivity of the organism to penicillin, ampicillin and TMP-SDMO. Toxic effects of the drugs were studied.
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Susceptibility of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae To Penicillin and Cotimoxozole in Vitro and Their Comparitive Efficacy in Gonorrhoea
RK Pandhi, RA Bhujwala, SC Shukla, Shriniwas , LK Bhutani
May-June 1981, 47(3):162-166
PMID:28211440
19.6% and 3.0% isolates of N. gonorrhoeae were found respectively to be resistant to penicillin and co-trimoxazole during the period of this study. Penicillin (procaine penicillin, 1.5 mega units + crystalline penicillin, 1.5 mega units) given intra- muscularly as a single injection was found to be slightly more effective compared to cotrimoxazole (Septran) 4 tablets twice daily X 2 days. Co-trimoxazole is a good alternative drug to penicillin and can be use in patients who are either allergic to penicillin or where penicillin has failed to cure the gonococcal infection. Cotrimoxazole was quite effective in the treatment of gonococc subacute prostatis.
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A Survey of Clinical Isolates of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae For Betalactamase Producers
Aruna Gohil, SS Kelkar
May-June 1981, 47(3):167-169
PMID:28211441
Strains of Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolated from smear-positive male patients suffering from acute gonococcal urethritis were studied. Their identity was confirmed on the basis of morphology, oxidase reaction, fermentation of glucose only and failure to grow on nutrient agar. A total of 100 such isolates were, tested for beta-lactamase production by use of nitrocefin. None of these isolates were beta-lactamase producers. A who reference beta lactamase positive strain (No. 5731) was the control.
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Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis with Candidal Granuloma
K Pavithran
May-June 1981, 47(3):170-174
PMID:28211442
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EDITORIAL
Immunopotentiation
Leslie Marquis
May-June 1981, 47(3):135-137
PMID:28211433
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