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   1982| May-June  | Volume 48 | Issue 3  
 
 
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ARTICLES
Ointment Bases
P Supthas
May-June 1982, 48(3):179-184
PMID:28193951
Local medications are important in any dermatological prescription. For optimum results at reasonable cost such medications are best,' tailor made.' Absolute dependence on commercially available preparations severely restricts the freedom, of the practicing dermatologist. Working knowledge of Cosmetically elegant and therapeutically useful ointment bases are therefore useful for all of us. The varieties of such bases with details of making them locally by self or under guidance are described and their advantages and disadvantages compared.
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CASE REPORTS
Two Cases of Fusarium Solani (mart) Sacc. Infection of Human Finger Nails
AK Barde, SM Singh
May-June 1982, 48(3):171-175
PMID:28193949
Fusarium solani, not known to produce onychomycosis, was repeatedly recovered trom two healthy men with'Iesions in fingernails. Mycelial fragments and microconidia were observed in the diseased nails and the fungus was repeatedly isolated in the cyclo-heximide-free culture medium. The report indicates that many fungi, hitherto considered nonpathogens may still be able to colonize a variety of human tissues.
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Keratosis Punctata of Palmar Creases
TP Thankappan, KR Harilal, Jacob Zacharia
May-June 1982, 48(3):176-178
PMID:28193950
Five cases of keratosis punctata of palmar creases which isaa variant of keratosis punctata are reported. Two of these cases were associated with psoriasis and one case with dermatitis herpetiformis. Familial tendency was noticed in 4 cases.&&k4.00H
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Lupus Vulgaris Following Bcg Vaccination
RK Pandhi, AJ Kanwar, Jose Thomas, AS Kumar, LK Bhutani
May-June 1982, 48(3):164-167
PMID:28193947
Three cases of lupus vulgaris developing at the site of BCG vaccination are reported. All the patients had lesions starting before the age of 15 years. Clinically and histologically the lesions 'were indistinguishable from spontaneous lupus vulgarism Treatment with streptomycin and isonicotinic acid hydrazide for 1 year produced complete resolution of lesions.
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Chondroid Syrinogam
RK Saigal, Kamla Gupta, Ashok Gupta, Paramjit Sidhu
May-June 1982, 48(3):168-170
PMID:28193948
A case of chondroid syringoma (mixed tumour of skin occurring in the breast of a 40 years old female is being reported because of its 'rare location. The histogenesis of this benign tumour has been discussed.
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Arsenical Hyperkeratosis and Bowen's Disease
Inderjeet Kaur, Bhushan Kumar, Arvind Rajwanshi, Surrinder Kaur
May-June 1982, 48(3):157-160
PMID:28193945
An association of arsenical kerotosis and Bowen's disease. in 2 patients is occurring patients is presented. Literature is reviewed briefly.
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Thiacetazone Induced Hypertrichosis
Laxmi V Nair, P Sugathan
May-June 1982, 48(3):161-163
PMID:28193946
TWO cases of hypertrichosis secondary to thiacetazone are reported
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Clinico-mycological Study of Onychomycosis
V Ramesh, Ratan Singh, B. S. N Reddy, Sudarshan Kumari
May-June 1982, 48(3):145-150
PMID:28193942
Onychomycosis constitutes one of the major causes of nail dystrophy and is of serious concern to the clinical because of its chronicity and recalcitrance to therapy. The clinical and mycological features were studied in 45 cases of onychomycosis. The disease was more common in adult males. Subungual hyperkeratosis (95.5%) and discolouration of the nail plate (100%) were the most consistent fmdings,observed. Among the 4 clinical types seen, distal subungual onychomycosis was the commonest. The finger nails were more commonly involved than toe nails. The culture positivity rate was observed to be 68.8% The predominant isolates obtained were T. rubrum (52.9%), T. mentagraphytes (20.1%) T. tonsurans (5.9%), Asperginus species (8.8%) and C. albicans (11.8%).
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Studies on the Antifungal Activity of Pterocarpus Marsupium: a Clinical Evaluation
GG Dhir, Govind Mohan, RB Verma, SS Mishra
May-June 1982, 48(3):154-156
PMID:28193944
Pmarsupium (Hindi Bijasar) is a powerful astringent and is used chiefly in diarrhoeas. It is also an useful remedy for diabetes mellitus and various skin diseases as mentioned in literature. In a blind clinical trial, the usefulness of this drug as a topical agent against T.cruris and T. corporis was elevated. The drug yielded good response within 3 days of the first application.
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A Profile Gonococcal Uretheritis in Male
DD Ganguli, NC Bhargava, Ashok Singh, NL Jaisal, MM Dey, Ashok Rattan
May-June 1982, 48(3):138-144
PMID:28193941
A study of 125 uncomplicated urethritis in males were selected at and analysed from different angles in view the changing facets of gonococcal infection and its impact at the present time.
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Contact Hypersensitivity to Brilliant Green and Gentian Violet
JS Pasricha, Ramji Gupta
May-June 1982, 48(3):151-153
PMID:28193943
Patch tests in 215 patients having contact dermatitis due to local antibacterial agents, revealed 18 patients having positive patch tests with 1% aqueous brilliant green and one patient with 1% aqueous gentian violet. Twelve of the patients having positive patch tests with brilliant green were tested again with increasing dilutions of brilliant green to ascertain the titre of contact hypersensitivity (TCH), i. c. the highest dilution or the lowes I t concentration of brilliant green giving a positive patch test in the patient. The vaule of TCH differed widely in different patients, the lowest concentration giving a positive patch test being 0.62% in two patients. Ten patients with positive patch tests were subjected to the usage test which consisted of painting 1% aqueous brilliant green on a normal skin area of the forearm twice daily for seven days. In four patients the usage test was positive.
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Plasma Zinc Levels and the Effect of Oral Zinc in Acne Vulgaris
Ashok Ghorpade, B.S.N Reddy, S.N.A Rizvi
May-June 1982, 48(3):129-137
PMID:28193938
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ARTICLES
Abstracts

May-June 1982, 48(3):137-137
PMID:28193940
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Letter to the Editor

May-June 1982, 48(3):185-185
PMID:28193952
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Association News & Notes Maharashtra State Branch, Rajasthan State Branch, Gujarat State Branch

May-June 1982, 48(3):186-188
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Announcement

May-June 1982, 48(3):137-137
PMID:28193940
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