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   1982| July-August  | Volume 48 | Issue 4  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Plica Neuropathica
GH Hajini, Masood Qazi Ahmad, Muzzafar Ahmad
July-August 1982, 48(4):221-222
PMID:28193961
A case of Plica neuropathica is reported. This condition is uncommon and
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ARTICLES
Letter to the Editor

July-August 1982, 48(4):238-238
PMID:28193966
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Association News & Notes

July-August 1982, 48(4):239-239
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Abstracts

July-August 1982, 48(4):240-241
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Book Review

July-August 1982, 48(4):242-242
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Felicitation to Dr. B. S. Verma

July-August 1982, 48(4):243-243
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Hyperba Oxygen Therapy and Non Healing Ulcers
RK Dutta, Ranjit Kumar
July-August 1982, 48(4):223-227
PMID:28193962
3 cases of non-healing ulcers refractory to conventional therapy were treated with hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) at 2.5. atmospheric pressure (ATA) for 90 minutes daily 6 days per week to a total of 30 to 36 exposures. HBO when given as an adjunct to conventional, treatment was found effective in quick healing and obtaining sterile culture.
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Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia with Mitral Valve Prolapse
GN Neirayan Laxmi, TK Ganesan, S Bhairavarathnam, VG Ravindra
July-August 1982, 48(4):228-231
PMID:28193963
Clinical and investigational features of a case of congenital hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia in a young boy are described. In addition, he was found to have mitral valve prolapse, which was confirmed by echocardiography. The available literature is discussed. Such an association, though probably fortuitous has not been previously reported.
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Papillon - Lefevre Syndrome
PP Paily, MJ Joy, PK Moorthy, KG Gopinadha Pillai, PP Paily, MI Joy, KP Moorthy
July-August 1982, 48(4):232-236
PMID:28193964
Two siblings with Papillon-Lefevre syndrome are described. Apart from the usual features,, both had symmetrical progressive hyperkeratosis and dystrophy of all the nails.
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A Clinico-Aetiological Study of Exfoliative Dermatitis
VK Jain, KC Verma, A Lal
July-August 1982, 48(4):189-192
PMID:28193953
Twenty-five cases of exfoliative dermatitis (21 males and 4 females) were selected at random for study. in addition to routine history and clinical examination, investigations like histopathology of skin and lymphnodes, peripheral blood smear for abnormal cells and bone narrow examinations were done. Etiologically, the cases could be classified into three categories namely exfoliation in pre-existing dermatoses, drug incluced exfoliation and idiopathic exfoliation. One case showed abnormal monocytoid cells (Sezary cell) in peripheral blood smear.
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Study of Dermatoglyphics in Dermatoses
RT Kapur, DR Verma
July-August 1982, 48(4):193-197
PMID:28193954
Dermatoglyphic patterns and total ridge count were sutdied in 100 random selected Indian Army Personnel of mixed Indian population. They include 25 males each of controls, psoriasis, alopecia areata and vitiligo. Increase in the loops and decrease in whorls were significant in psoriasis. In alopecia areata there was significant increase in whorls and decrease in arch patterns. Radial loops and arches were completely absent on right hands.In vitiligo there were maximum ulnar loopover third and fifth digits of each hand and radial loops were completely absent over digits of left hand. No significant change was observed in total ridge count in these three dermatoses.
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Default Among Patients with Gonorrhoea-the Role of Health Education
DD Ganguli, JA Sundaram, NC Bhargava
July-August 1982, 48(4):198-202
PMID:28193955
Factors relating to default among 100 health educated and 63 uneducated patients with gonorrhoea were studied. Default was not significantly associated with age, marital status or level of education. Repeaters were not particularly more prone to default than non-repeaters. Health education did not significantly influence default. Default was significantly low (p.001) among a small group of patients with concomitant diseases detected at the initial or follow - up visits. A high incidence of trichomoniasis (14.5%) in the present study detected in the follow-up period emphasizes the need for thorough clinical and laboratory examination at each follow up visit.
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Evaluation of Sub-population of Lymphocytes and Serum Immunoglobulins in Psoriasis
DC Govil, AK Bajaj, SC Gupta, VN Mittal, SP Dwivedi
July-August 1982, 48(4):203-206
PMID:28193956
Sub-populations of lymphocytes and serum immunoglobulins were studied in 50 patients with psoriasis. Absolute T lymphocyte count was found to be significantly decreased. Though the null cells showed an increase, absolute B Lymphocyte count was normal. The decrease in T cells was found to be directly proportional to the extent of cutaneous involvement. Quantititive estimations of serum IgA and IgM were as IgO was found,to bc raised. The possible mechanism of these changes in psoriasis has been discussed.
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Fixed eruption presumably due to Trimethoprim
NC Bhargava, Gurmohan Singh, Abdul K Majid
July-August 1982, 48(4):207-208
PMID:28193957
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Lipoid Proteinosis (urbach-wiethe Disease)
NK Bansal, GK Mathur
July-August 1982, 48(4):209-212
PMID:28193958
A case tf lipoid proteinosis is being reported because t)f its rare occurrence. A brief review of literature is given.
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Actinomycetoma Due To Nocardia Brasiliensis in Tamil Nadu
VV Pankajalakshmi, VV Tarlakshmi
July-August 1982, 48(4):213-217
PMID:28193959
Two cases of actinomycetoma caused by Nocardia Brasiliensis in Tamilians are reported. Both presented with multiple sinuses discharging serosanguinous material without any granules. In the first case, the lesion was located in the thigh and leg and the specific diagnosis was made by histopathology and isolation of N. brasiliensis. In the other, in addition to thigh and leg, the foot was also affected and the causative agent was isolated in pure culture. The geographic distribution of the organism and its incidence and prevalence are discussed.
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Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Discoid Lupus Erythematosus
MJ Cyriac, T Gopinath
July-August 1982, 48(4):218-220
PMID:28193960
A case of Squamous cell Carcinoma arising in discoid lupus erythematosus of 10 years duration is described. The constant exposure to U-V rays in sunlight, in addition to the chronic hypoxidosis in the scar resulting from chronic discoid iupus erythematosus, is assumed to induce malignant degeneration.
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Short Communication

July-August 1982, 48(4):237-237
PMID:28193965
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