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   1984| July-August  | Volume 50 | Issue 4  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Rhino-oro-ophthalmo-cutaneous Lupus Vulgaris
RS Mishra, RK Jain, A Mukerjee, AK Sharma
July-August 1984, 50(4):164-166
Two unusual modes of presentation of lupus vulgaris are being reported.. In one case the lesion started in the nasal mucosa and spread to the nose, upper lip, gums, palate and naso-lacrimal ducts. In the second case the primary nasal lesion led to perforation of the cartilaginous nasal septum.
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An Unusual Presentation of Nevus Sebaceus
Cynthia Papali, AM Aleykatty, M Omana, Joseph James Karappally
July-August 1984, 50(4):167-170
A case of nevus sebaceus in a 12 year old child showing an unusual , honeycomb appearance, not described earlier is reported.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Multiple Congenital Pigmented Nevi
Anugrah A Parikh, Chetan N Patel
July-August 1984, 50(4):175-175
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Stevens Johnson Syndrome Transforming Into Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
AS Kumar, RK Pandhi
July-August 1984, 50(4):174-174
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CASE REPORTS
Post-herpes Zoster Keloid
JS Broca, RS Mittal, Harbans Singh
July-August 1984, 50(4):161-161
The case of a 5 years old girl who developed a keloid at the site of herpes zoster is reported. This is a rare complication of zoster.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Symptomatic Psychosis with Pellagra
HN Jagadeesh, MJ Thomas, Neelamkavil Paul
July-August 1984, 50(4):152-154
Common clinical features of 6 cases of ,sympotomatic psychosis with pellagra are highlighted. It is emphasised that, early, detection and treatment of- these -cases could lead to prompt recovery from the psychotic symptoms.
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Hyperhidrosis-psychiatric Study and Behaviour Therapy
PV Pradhan, BR Agrawal, PD Munjal, H Dand, JH Gopalani, PP Mistry, VN Bagadia
July-August 1984, 50(4):134-136
Eleven patients suffering from hyperhidrosis were psychiatrically studied. Seven of them were given behaviour therapy. Majority of the patients had -an unhappy childhood and long - standing and continuing psychological stress. None of them had obvious, coexisting psychiatric condition.. Thus, hyperhidrosis was the sole, expression of their psychological conflicts. Of the 7 patients treated 71% showed improvement with relaxation and systemic desentiziation which,was maintained for a_ period of at least 6 months.
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Pityriasis Versicolor in Children
AK Miskeen, SS Kelkar, HJ Shroff
July-August 1984, 50(4):144-146
A six year survey revealed 132 cases of pityriasis versicolor in children below 10 years of age. This constituted 6.70/o of all cases of pityriasis versicol and 24.8 % of cutaneous
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Cutaneous leishmaniasis in tripoli (A study of 36 cases)
ML Khatri, M Shaft, M Mosadiq
July-August 1984, 50(4):137-141
The present report is an analysis of thirty six cases of cutaneous leis in Tripoli over a periol of two yeai special emphasis in clinical featur epide . miology. Factors likely to be resf for the increased incidence of the disease are discussed.
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The Ideal Base For Patch Testing
Ashok Kumar Bajaj, Arun Chatterjee
July-August 1984, 50(4):155-157
A study was conducted to find out a suitable vehicle for patch testing in India. Various bases: tested were petrolatum, propylene glycol, polyethylene glycol 400, lanolin, olive, oil and plastobase. The observations suggest that polythylene glycol 400 is the most suitable vehicle for patch testing.
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Vincristine Sulphate Induced Ectodermal Dysplasias Chick Embryos
Arunachalam Kumar
July-August 1984, 50(4):142-143
Two hundred and forty nine eggs of the white leghorn were injected on day 3,4 and 5 their incubation, with 0.03 mgtkg egg weight, of vincristine sulphate. Most embryos were removed 24, 48 and 72 hours after administration and examined histologically. A few eggs were opened on day 18 of incubation. The results of this study indicate that the drug is embryo-lethal in a majority of chicks and those that survive the toxic effects of vincristine show pronounced neuro/ectodermal dysplasias. Malformations of the neural tube and neural crest with depigmentation of the feathers and their loose anchoring were observed. The possible mechanism of these dysplasias is discussed.
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CASE REPORTS
Exfoliative Dermatitis Due to Paracetamol
A Girdhar, AK Bagga, BK Girdhar
July-August 1984, 50(4):162-163
A patient having borderline lepromatous leprosy developed exfoliative dermatitis while on treatment. Provocation tests done 2 months after subsidence of the dermatitis proved erythroderma to be on account of paracetamol.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Primary Syphilis in Males: Clinical and Serological Observations
Subhash K Hira, Malama R Mubanga
July-August 1984, 50(4):147-148
Clinical and laboratory observations in 107 patients with primary syphilis are presented. In the absence of laboratory facilities at small health centers, clinical criteria of a single, non-tender, indurate ulcer on the male genitalia, Uailateral or bilateral non tender I inguinal lymphadenopathy helps to establish the diagnosis of primary syphilis in 90% patients.
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CASE REPORTS
Hypertrichosis by Topical Psoralen
K Pavithran
July-August 1984, 50(4):158-160
Two cases in which topical psoralen induced hypertrichosis in the depigmented patches of vitiligo are being reported. -The possible mechanisms for this hypertrichosis are briefly discussed.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
VDRL positivity in labour colonies of Bhilai Steel Plant, Bhilai, Madhya Pradesh (INDIA)-1982
TK Ghosh, Subhash Chakraborty, Mahendra Dutta
July-August 1984, 50(4):149-151
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CASE REPORTS
Piczogenic pedal papules
K Pavithran
July-August 1984, 50(4):171-173
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ABSTRACT
Abstracts From Current Literature

July-August 1984, 50(4):176-179
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Psoriatic Arthropathy
AN Malaviya
July-August 1984, 50(4):127-130
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Evaluation of Rifampicin for cutaneous leishmaniasis
Ramji Gupta, JS Pasricha
July-August 1984, 50(4):131-133
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