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   1983| July-August  | Volume 49 | Issue 4  
 
 
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
A Clinico-epidemilogical Study of Gental Warts
DD Ganguli, JA Sundharam, NC Bhargava
July-August 1983, 49(4):153-157
PMID:28176729
The epidemiological and clinical, characteristics of 109 patients (94 then and 15 women) with gental warts were studied at the STD Training and Denimonstration Centre, Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi. Genital warts is a disease of young adults and correlates with sexual maturity. The majority of patients were poor socio-economically, non-promiscuous and not addicted to alcohool. Most of the with the disease, were single and the women . married, reflecting the differing sources of acquisition of the disease. Homosexuality played a significant role in the acquisition of perianal warts in males. The mean incubation period. Warts were more numerous in women.. Long foreskins, by presenting a more moist environment probably preispose to the acquisition and propagation of warts. Personal hygiene soon after coitus did not seem significant, in the prevention of warts Cutaneous warts were associated in 8% of the cases. Concomitant sexually transmitted infections were present in 38.5% of the patients. Genital warts showed a preferential distribution at sites frequently subjected to the trauma of coitus.
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Serum Uric Acid Calcium and Phosphorus in Psoriasis
Ramesh Chand, B.S.N V Reddy, VN Sehgal, P Datta
July-August 1983, 49(4):150-152
PMID:28176728
Fifty (50) patients with different types of psoriasis and 25 controls were studied. 7 patients with psoriasis had elevated serum uric acid levels without any relation to the extent of skin involvement. AD remaining psoratics ano controls had normal levels of serum uric acid, calcium and phosphorus.
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Chaulmoogra Oil and Unsaturated Fatry Acids in Leprosy
S. N. C Wemambu
July-August 1983, 49(4):162-167
PMID:28176732
Chaulmoogra oil and cooking oils were fed to mice per oral for a while before
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Histoid Leprosy in Varanasi
VV Singh, Gurmoban Singh, Pammjit Kaur, SS Pandey
July-August 1983, 49(4):160-161
PMID:28176731
Seventeen cases of histoid leprosy were found in skin out patients department of Institute of Medical Sciences in one year out of a total of 1394 cases of leprosy registered. The histoid leprosy rate is thus 1.2 %. The total lepromitous leprosy cases were 194 with which lepromatous index works out to be 13.9% About half of the histoid leprosy cases had no antileprosy treatment. Bacteriological index was high (4 to 6 + ) and morphological index renged from 20 to 70%. In this study there does not appear to be any correlation between histoid leprosy and DDS resistant strains of mycobacterium leprae.
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CASE REPORTS
Facial Halo Nevus
Radha Rani Aggrawal, Adarsh Chopra, F Handa
July-August 1983, 49(4):177-179
PMID:28176736
Four cases of leucoderma acquisitum centrifugam, which were treated with psoralens, are being reported. Sudden development of peripheral leucoderma in an insignificant nevus on the face is cosmetic problem leading to tension and anxiety in -young people with pigmented skin. Though spontaneous resolution of halo nevus is known, this can not be certain. Peripheral halo of depigrnentation responded favorably to the treatment with psoralens in a definite period, and this can be an important reassuring factor.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Lichen Planus and Glucose Tolerance
RK Jain, P Datta, Ratan Singh
July-August 1983, 49(4):147-149
PMID:28176727
Twenty patients with lichen planus and 5 healthy controls were investigated for their glucose tolerance. using steroid- primed glucose tolerance test. 60% of patients showed abnormal glucose tolerance as compared to none in control. Glucose intolerance was found to be more commonly associated with recent onset of disease but no relationship with the extent of involvement was observed.
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CASE REPORTS
Onychomycosis in an Infant
V Ramesh, B. S. N Reddy
July-August 1983, 49(4):172-174
PMID:28176734
Distal subungual onychomycosis, caused by Trichophyton rubrum, in an otherwise healthy three months old infant, is described. This appears to be the youngest patient with this disease reported in the English literature.
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Unusual Histological Feature in a Case of Lichen Planus
Rachel Mathai, Susan Ebenezer, Adolf Walter, Mary Jacob
July-August 1983, 49(4):168-171
PMID:28176733
A case of linear lichen planus in a child is reported for an unusual histological feature, namely the presence of multiple foreign body giant cells in the inflammatory infiltrate engulfing the melanin nt.
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Mebendazole in the Treaiment of Larva Migrans
LN Sharma, CR Sharma, NL Sharma, RC Sharma
July-August 1983, 49(4):184-185
PMID:28176738
Two cases of larva migrans which were treated with mebendazole are presented. The drug was found very effective in this condition and was well tolerated.
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Erythema Chronicum Migrans in Simla, Himachal Pradesh
CR Sharma, LN Sharma, RC Sharma, NJ Sharma
July-August 1983, 49(4):180-183
PMID:28176737
Seven cases of erythema chronicum migrans are presented. An unusal case with acute course, purpurice and bullous reaction is highlighted. A terminology of acute erythema migrans is suggested for such cases. No organism or vector could be isolated.
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Cutaneous Haemangioma Associated with Nasal Deformity
RP Sharma, RS Gill, GG Dhir
July-August 1983, 49(4):175-176
PMID:28176735
A case of strawberry haemangioma with destruction of nasal septum resulting in nasal deformity is reported.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Treatment of Gonorrhoea in Males and Females with (trobicin Hydrochloride) Spectinomycin Hydrochloride
RK Pandhi, RA Bhujwala, LC Kotkar
July-August 1983, 49(4):158-159
PMID:28176730
Spectinomycin hydrochloride was used in 77 patients with gonorrhoeas with 100% cure rate.
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ARTICLES
Letter to the Editor

July-August 1983, 49(4):186-186
PMID:28176739
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XII All India Conference of I.A.D.V. & L., Aurangabad 1984

July-August 1983, 49(4):189-189
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Announcements

July-August 1983, 49(4):187-187
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Association News & Notes

July-August 1983, 49(4):188-188
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