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   1983| September-October  | Volume 49 | Issue 5  
 
 
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REVIEW ARTICLE
Hyper Baric Oxygen Therapy
RK Dutta, Ranjit Kumar
September-October 1983, 49(5):222-226
PMID:28176701
Hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy is presently used in clinical practice as a primary mode of treatment or as an adjunct to conventional therapy. In recent years, a number of bewildering array of skin disorders are being treated with HBO. HBO is found useful in chronic non healing ulcers, bacterial infections and fungal infections. Contra indications and possible toxic effecas of HBO have been described.
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Contact Dermatitis Hands
Ashok Kumar Bajaj
September-October 1983, 49(5):195-199
PMID:28176694
Seventy one patients suspected to be having contact dermatitis exclusively of the hands were patch tested with various antigens and 57 of them showed positive reaction to one or more substances. Females outnumbered males and housewives were the commonest victims. Vegetables were the most frequent contactants followed by soaps and detergents, medicaments, metals and others. Amongst the vegetables, garlic and onion were the most potent sensitizers. In majority of the patients occupational substances were the causative allergens leading to hand dermatitis.
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A Clinicopathological Study of Donovanosis
DD Ganply, JA Sundbaram, NC Bhargava, M Nayar, M Chandra, H. M. K Saxena
September-October 1983, 49(5):205-209
PMID:28176696
A cfinicopathological study of 50 cases of genital ulcers has been undertaken with a view to. identify cases of donovanosis. The diagnosis of donovanosis was established either by tissue smear examination or through histopathological study.26 cases were found to be of donovanosis and biopsy examination was found to be more reliable than smear examination . The pitfalls in the diagnosis of donovanosis in partially treated cases and the epidemiological aspects are being highlighted.
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A Survey For Keratosis Punctata of the Palmar Creases Among Indians
JS Pasricha, Ramji Gupta
September-October 1983, 49(5):191-194
PMID:28176693
To find out the incidence of k6ratosis punctata of the palmar creases among Indians, 700 consecutive patients add their attendants were surveyed for typical lesions. Fifteen patients were discovered to have characteristic keratotic masses or pits limited to the flexural creases of their palms and fingers. The lesions in each case were asymptomatic. Histologically, they consisted of concentric masses keratin formed in crater-like depressions of the epidermis. Serial sections showed that the epidermis was intact throughout and special stains did not reveal any dermal components in the keratin mases.
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CASE REPORTS
Juvenile Xanthogranuloma
K Pavithran, P Ramachandran Nair, KR Harilal, TP Thankappan, PS Mathew
September-October 1983, 49(5):214-216
PMID:28176699
A solitary skin lesion of juvenile xanthogranuloma appearing at the age of five years is reported.
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REVIEW ARTICLE
Infections Due to Trichophyton Rubrum
V Ramesh
September-October 1983, 49(5):217-221
PMID:28176700
Trichophyton rubrum is the most common dermatophyte encountered in our
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Treatment of Psoriasis-newer Concepts
Surrinder Kaur, Inderjeet Kaur, Bhushan Kumar
September-October 1983, 49(5):227-232
PMID:28176702
Various old and new modalities available for the treatment of psoriasis are discussed. Advantages and disadvantages of various preparations are highlighted to help
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CLINICAL AND LABORATORY INVESTIGATIONS
Psychiatric Aspects of Skin Diseases
LN Gupta, CK Joshi, UC Manav
September-October 1983, 49(5):200-204
PMID:28176695
303 randomly selected skin out-door patients were assessed with P.G.I.Health questionnaire N-2 and an open-ended life event schedule. Functional group of skin patients were found to be remarkably different from organic group with regard to the consistency in the neuroticism score within diagnostic categories of each group, effect of duration and site of lesion, and emlotlo-disturbing situations on neuroticism score. In the organic group, these variables seem to effect the N-score as a reaction to illness, whereas functional group remains unaffected. stance of pre-disposed persona pattern in functional group of skin patients could explain these findings.
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CASE REPORTS
Occupational Leucoderma
AK Bajaj, SC Gupta
September-October 1983, 49(5):210-213
PMID:28176697
A case of occupational leucoderma is reported. The patient showed positive patch p test with adhesives used by him. Depigmentation appeared at the site of positive patch test with one of the adhesives. The disease became generalized in due course of time.
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REVIEW ARTICLE
VORL Test and its Interpretation
K Pavithran
September-October 1983, 49(5):233-239
PMID:28176703
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ARTICLES
Letter to the Editor

September-October 1983, 49(5):240-246
PMID:28176704
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Announcements

September-October 1983, 49(5):246-246
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Association News & Notes

September-October 1983, 49(5):247-249
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Abstract

September-October 1983, 49(5):213-213
PMID:28176698
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