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   1981| September-October  | Volume 47 | Issue 5  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Delayed Response To Intradermal Test by Benzathine Penicilin
K Pavitran
September-October 1981, 47(5):262-265
PMID:28211404
A delayed, Tuberculin type response to intradermal (ID) test with benzathine penicillin is described in a 50 year old female. She did not develop any sign of drug reaction on receiving.intramuscular injection of that drug. None of the 65 patients who were studied in detail for the ID test response to various penicillins showed such a delayed response.
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CASE REPORTS
Aspergillus Sydowi Infection of Human Finger Nail
AK Barde, SM Singh
September-October 1981, 47(5):273-276
PMID:28211407
A case of Aspergillus sydowi infection of left middle finger nail is described ' The presence of fungal hypae with phialids and spores on direct microscopy as well as in culture, the colour of the sub-ungual mass of the nail resembling the colour of the fungus in, culture' repeated isolations of A sydowi from the diseased tissue along with the absence of any established pathogenic species in the specimen are taken as evidences that this fungus was invading the nail tissue.
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Urticaria and Urinary Infection
JS Pasricha, Ramji Gupta
September-October 1981, 47(5):277-278
PMID:28211408
This report describes a patient in who repeated episodes of urtican'a were associated with urinary tract infection. Most of the times urticaria subsided following treatment with antibacterial drugs alone.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Mycology of Cutaneous Fungal Infections in Ambajogai: a Rural Area
AS Damle, RP Fule, DV Kaundinya, NK Patoria, RY Agarkar, RT Bagle
September-October 1981, 47(5):266-268
PMID:28211405
Two hundred and eithteen cases of fungal skin infections were studied. Tinea cruris was most common (34.4%), followed by tinea corporis (23.8%) znd tinea pedis (21.6%). Tinea versicolor (8.7%) tinea manum (4.6%) tinea ungaium (3.7%) and tinea capitis (3.2%) were also seen. The male: female ratio was 4:1. The total isolates were 117. Trichophyton rubrum was the most common isolate (35%). closely followed by Epidermophyton floccosum (31.6%). Trichphyton mentagrophytes (17.9%), Malassezia furfur (13.7%) and Microsporum audouini (1.7%) were the only other isolates.
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CASE REPORTS
Hypertrichosis Universalis Congenita
R Krishnaswami, L Kumar, A Verma
September-October 1981, 47(5):286-289
PMID:28211412
A rare disease, hypertichosis universalis congenita was seen in a 7-month-old male child. Father also had a similar disorder. There was long black hair all over the body of the child except on the palms, soles and genitalia. Patient has been advised electrolysis when he is about 8 years of age. A brief review of literature in included.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
A Study of UV Spectral Transmission Through Different Transparent Media with Spectrophotometer
RB Gadgil
September-October 1981, 47(5):255-258
PMID:28211402
This experiment was carried out with the help of spectrophotometer using an artificial UV light source to find -out the percentage transmission of UVA and UVB regions of the UV spectrum. The aim of the experiment was to select the transparent medium which would block mum UVB at the same time allowing mammum UVA to pass through thus reducing the unwanted side effects of UVB light and reducing the efficacy of PUVASOL. It was observed that an ordinary plain 3.3 mm colorless glass was the best transparent medium and with its use a simple solarium could be constructed to treat patients on PUVASOL with sunlight as the source of UV light.
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A Spectrophotometric Study of Eryrhrocyte Porphyrins in Patients of Atopic Dermatitis
RL Singh, F Handa, KS Sidhu
September-October 1981, 47(5):259-261
PMID:28211403
A quantitative assay of porphyrins in blood'of thirty patients with atopic dermatitis was done. Rimington's technique for the estimation of porphyrins was employed. Porphyrin levels in thirty cases of atopic dermatitis were compared with levels in ten controls. No satistically significant difference in porphyrin levels was observed be the study and control groups. Porphyrin were also compared between patients with and without history of photosensitivity. The, erythrocyte coproporphyrin in patients with photosensitivity was significantly higher than in patient without Photosensitivity.
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CASE REPORTS
Cereberiform Intradermal Nevus
A Mahakrishnan, PI Pandian
September-October 1981, 47(5):279-280
PMID:28211409
A 35-year-old woman with cereberiform nevus on the right cheek is reported for its rarity and its occurrence in an uncommon site.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Distribution of Blood Groups Among Syphilitic Abu Dhabians in the United Arab Emirates
M Farid, TH Sallam, S El Shiemi, MJ Al-Jamal
September-October 1981, 47(5):269-272
PMID:28211406
ABO and Rh blood groups among 54 syphilitics were determined. A significantly increased incidence of syphilis in persons blood groups B and AB was observed; significant decrease in those having groups A and 0. A significant decrease in, the incidence of syphilis was also observed in Rh negative 'subjects. These results suggest a possible relationship between the inheritance of blood groups and the natural defence mechanism against syphilis.
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CASE REPORTS
Chromomycosis Due to Phialophora Pedrosoi
K Radhakrishnamurthy
September-October 1981, 47(5):281-284
PMID:28211410
Three cases of chromomycosis proved histopathologically are reported. In one case Phialophora pedrosoi was grown in culture which was confirmed by the Mycological Reference Laboratory, London. The saprobic form could also be seen in tissues. The significance of this finding is discussed. Hamycin was founduseful in controlling itching.
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Acrogeria
A Mahakrishnan
September-October 1981, 47(5):285-285
PMID:28211411
Acase of acrogeria is reported for its rarity and unilateral presentation.
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ARTICLES
Abstracts

September-October 1981, 47(5):294-294
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Letters to the Editor

September-October 1981, 47(5):295-297
PMID:28211415
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What is your diagnosis ?

September-October 1981, 47(5):290-291
PMID:28211413
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Self Assessment Programme

September-October 1981, 47(5):292-293
PMID:28211414
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