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   1983| March-April  | Volume 49 | Issue 2  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
VORL Sero-Survey in Sagar District of Madhya Pradesh
Subhash Chakraborty, TK Ghose, Mahendra Dutta
March-April 1983, 49(2):57-60
PMID:28176707
A VDRL sero-survey conducted amongst the population in the age group 10 years and above in five selected villages of Sagar District of Madhya Pradesh elicited an over all participation from 1.9 per cent of the population covered. Of the 203 seratested, one (0.5 per cent) was reactive. Of the 46 sera collected from cases in Sagar District Hospital under treatment for complaints other than sexually transmitted diseases (STD) - two (2.2%) were reactive. Problems of STD sero-survey in the community and measures to overcome them have been discussed.
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Penicillin, Co-trimoxazole and Sulfamoxole Trimethoparim Combination in the Treatment of Gonorrhoea
RK Pandhi, RA Bhujwala, Jose Thomas, LK Bhutani
March-April 1983, 49(2):53-56
PMID:28176706
204 patients with acute gonoccocal were treated with four drug schedules : Penicillin with or probenecid gave comparable cure (86.0% and 87.5% respectively,) oxazole was successful in 82.5% of trimethoprim was of patients only. 39.8% of the gonorrhoeae were relatively to penicillin (MIC 0.12 iu/ml). None the resistant strains were found to be Beta producer. 97% of the strains were vitro sensitive to co-trimozazole and 90.5% strains were sensitive to sulfamoxole combinations. Howev6r, the in vitro sensitivity did not show any correlation with the clinical response.
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Clinico Mycological Study of Dermatophytosis in a Coastal Area
Sardarl Lal, Sambasiva R Rao, R Dhandapani
March-April 1983, 49(2):71-75
PMID:28176711
Clinico-mycological features of one hundred patients suffering from tinea cruris are reported. Ninety two per cent are males and 79% are in the age group of 11-39 years. Involvement of axillae is seen in four penile involvement in five patients. 'Twenty-eight patients have tinea corporis and nine tinea vesicolor also. Seventy seven patients show isolation of dernm-tophytes by culture. The commonest species of dermatophytes is Trichophyron rubrum (57.1%) followed by T. mentagraphytes (31.20/o), Epidermophyton floccosum (6.5%), T. violaceum (3.9%) and T. verrucosum (1.3%). The findings are discussed.
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CASE REPORTS
Discoid Lupus Erythematosus in Red Tattoo
K Pavithran
March-April 1983, 49(2):82-84
PMID:28176713
A case of discoid lupus erythematosus developing in red tattoo is reported in an elderly man. The possible mechanisms of its development are discussed.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Ehlers-danlos Syndrome in Four Generations
HB Singh, HC Saksena, DK Kochar, VP Purohit, Kulbir Singh, GK Gupta
March-April 1983, 49(2):65-67
PMID:28176709
Thirteen cases of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome are being reported from a twentyfive member family. All had type 11 (mitis) variety of Ehlers-danlos syndrome with autosomal dominant transmission.
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Effect of Prothionamide in Leprosy Clinico-bacteriological Observations
CR Revankar, Nilima J Samant, R Ganapati
March-April 1983, 49(2):61-64
PMID:28176708
Mouse footpad studies indicate the strong, I bactericidal property of prothionamide against M. leprae supported with limited clinical experience. Based on the recommendation made by the Expert Committee on Experimental Chemotherapy, Mexico as well as by Ellard, 6 L L and 2 BL cases were administered prothionamide alone 500 mg and 250-375 mg daily for a period of 3 -6 months. Maximum fall of MI up to 99% was observed by the end of second month correlated with marked clinical improvement.
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CASE REPORTS
Paronychial Involvement in Pemphigus Vulgaris
Ramji Gupta, SJ Pasricha
March-April 1983, 49(2):85-87
PMID:28176714
A 16 year old girl having pemphigus vulgaris developed recurrent episodes of erythema, swelling and vesiculation of the posterior nail folds of fingers and toes, often associated with vesiculo-bullous from the paronychial lesions showed acanholytic cells, and a biopsy from the posterior nail fold showed suprabasal split containing acantholytic cells.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Digital Patterns in Vitiligo
PK Singh, SS Pandey, G Singh, HS Girgla
March-April 1983, 49(2):68-70
PMID:28176710
Digital patterns of hundred vitiligo patients were compared with their first-degree relatives and normal controls. Significant differences were found in digital patterns of the two sexes in controls as well as patients. The digital patterns of male vitiligo patients were closer to female controls whereas female vitiligo patients were nearer to male controls. Digital patterns of the relative were in between the patients and controls. This Interesting finding is discussed in detail.
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Psycho Social Aspects of Venereal Disease in Fifty Young Girls
HS Dhavale, PC Shastri, R Mudaliar
March-April 1983, 49(2):76-81
PMID:28176712
Fifty girls aged between 14 and 20 years and suffering from Venereal Diseases have been prospectively studied and analyzed with respect to age, marital status, religion, education, economic status, occupation, neurotic traits, intelligence and personality, maturity and psychiatric illness.' the results are discussed with relevant references.
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CASE REPORTS
Recent Trends in Chemotherapy of Leprosy
CR Revankar, CR Revankar
March-April 1983, 49(2):88-91
PMID:28176715
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PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
The Outlook Dermato-Venereo-Leprology in the Indian Horizon
A Krishna
March-April 1983, 49(2):47-52
PMID:28176705
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ARTICLES
Abstracts

March-April 1983, 49(2):92-92
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Association News & Notes

March-April 1983, 49(2):94-97
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Announcements

March-April 1983, 49(2):93-93
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