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   1985| September-October  | Volume 51 | Issue 5  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Dyschromatosis Unwersalis Hereditaria
Mohammed Ameen Sait, BR Garg
September-October 1985, 51(5):277-279
PMID:28164924
A 50-year-old man had dyschromatosis universalis hereditaria manifesting as asymptomatic macular pigmentation and depigmentation present all over the body almost since birth. There was no atrophy or telangiectasis. In addition, the patient had associated features of solar elastotic syndrome.
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Contact Dermatitis To Bidi
NL Sharma, RC Sharma, Arvind Kumar
September-October 1985, 51(5):286-286
PMID:28164928
A 29 year old male developed dermatitis on the adjoining surfaces of the right index and the middle fingers, the site for holding cigarette/ bidi. Patch test with the tobacco of the bidi was positive.
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ARTICLES
Letters to The Editor

September-October 1985, 51(5):294-297
PMID:28164932
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Abstracts From Current Literature

September-October 1985, 51(5):298-302
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News

September-October 1985, 51(5):303-303
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CASE REPORTS
Bilateral Nevus Fuscocaeruleus Ophthalmomaxiliaris
PK Nigam, PK Singh, Gurmohan Singh
September-October 1985, 51(5):287-288
PMID:28164929
A case of bilateral nevus fuscocaeruleus ophthalmomaxillaris with fluctuation in the intensity of colour during each menstrual cycle is reported. It is not described earlier in the literature.
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Unilateral Darier's Disease
BR Garg, Mohammed Ameen Salt
September-October 1985, 51(5):289-291
PMID:28164930
Unilateral -Darier's disease was observed in an adult male involving one half of the body.
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Squamous Cell Carcinoma Discoid Lupus Erythematosus
K Pavithran
September-October 1985, 51(5):292-293
PMID:28164931
Squamous cell carcinoma developing in a plaque of chronic discoid lupus erythematous is reported in an elderly male.
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Unusual Side Effects of Systemic 5-fluorouracil
Chetan N Patel, Bharat H Shah
September-October 1985, 51(5):280-281
PMID:28164925
A 55 year old male having adenocarcinoma of the caecum developed photosensitivity and temporary nail pigmentation following use of systemic 5 fluorouracil. The lesions disappeared following withdrawal of the drug, but recurred when the drug was started again.
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Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndrome
F Handa, Pradeep Sharma, Sudarshan Gupta
September-October 1985, 51(5):282-284
PMID:28164926
A 65 years old male developed nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome, manifesting as multiple basal cell epitheliomas, marked mutilation of the face and characteristic pitting on the palms and soles. Calcification of the falx cerebri and scoliosis of the lumbar spine were also seen.
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Idiopathic Calcinosis of Scrotum
VD Tiwari, MA Tutakne, RK Dutta, C Ramji
September-October 1985, 51(5):285-285
PMID:28164927
A 33 year old male had a s increasing hard nodule on the lower part of the scortal skin, for the last 10 years. Histopathology revealed calcified masses without any ifflammatory recction.
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Vitiligo
Abburi Ramaiah
September-October 1985, 51(5):247-255
PMID:28164916
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Hypozincemia in Infancy
NL Sharma, RC Sharma, KR Gupta, RP Sharma, VK Mahajan
September-October 1985, 51(5):256-260
PMID:28164917
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A Randomized Double Blind Study of Ointment Containing Diflucortolone Valerate and Hydrocortisone Acetate
F Handa, K.P.S Puri
September-October 1985, 51(5):261-262
PMID:28164918
DiflucortolonevalerateO.1percentand hydrocortisone acetate 1.0 percent were compared in a randomized double blind contralateral, intra individual trial in fifty-two patients. Duration of treatment was three weeks. Both the drugs showed significant response after the first second and the third weeks of treatment. At all periods the reduction in pre-treatment signs and symptoms was greater for diflucortolone as compared to hydrocortisone. Response to therapy in eczema was very good in 89.1 percent cases and good 10.9 per cent. Patients having psoriasis and chronic DIE showed very good response in 33.3 per cent and good in 66.6 per cent cases. There were no side effects.
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A Study of Puvasol and Puvasol with Triamcinolone Acetonide in Psoriasis Vulgaris
RK Dutta, PK Guba, BS Rathore
September-October 1985, 51(5):263-265
PMID:28164919
In a comparative study, 60 patients of psoriasis vulgaris were subjected to PUVASOL and PUVASOL with trimcinolone acetonide in two different groups of 30 patients each. Patients given photochemotherapy with 8 MOP and local application of trimacinolone acetonide showed marked imorovement (66.6% and 60%) after 4 and 8 weeks of therapy in comparison to 26.6% and 16.6% in the group where no topical corticosteroids were applied. None of the patients showed any adverse reaction to the treatment.
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Evaluation of the Allergenicity of Two Methacrylate Based Self Hardening Acrylic Sealers
JS Pasricha, Ramji Gupta
September-October 1985, 51(5):266-267
PMID:28164920
Two industrial selling agents based on methyl methacrylate were evaluated for their allergenic potential. Clinical examination of the 20 employees of the firm exposed to the agents for 1 month to 5 years did not reveal any evidence of contact dermatitis. Patch tests with the sealing agents on 56 volunteers including 12 employees were also negative in all.
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Marking Nut Dermatitis
F Handa, Pradeep Sharma
September-October 1985, 51(5):268-270
PMID:28164921
Two patients aged 12 and 16 years, developed severe dermatitis on their face and hands with oedema and hyperpigmentation following contact with the marking nut. Patch tests with the marking nut produced a buila with hyperpigmentation in both the patients, as also in all the 5 normal unexposed controls. Marking nut is considered to be a storng irritant.
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Incidence of Contact Hypersensitivity and Cross Sensitivity of Neomycin Group of Antibiotics
AK Bajaj, Rajeev Sharma
September-October 1985, 51(5):271-273
PMID:28164922
One hundred consecutive patients suspected to have contact dermatitis due to topical medicaments were patch tested with 20% neomycin, framycetin, gentamicin as well as other commercially available antibacterial agents. Neomycin sensitivity was observed in 16.0% cases, while framycetin and gentamicin sensitivity was seen in 11.0% and 4.2% respectively. Fifty percent neomycin hypersensitive cases cross - reacted with framycetin and 22.00/o cross reactivity was observed with getamicin.
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Pattern of Contact Dermatitis Amongst Soldiers
VD Tiwari, MA Tutakne, RK Dutta, G Singh
September-October 1985, 51(5):274-276
PMID:28164923
Six hundred and fifty seven cases suspected to have contact dermatitis reporting at 14 dermatological centres of armed forces hospitals during a 12-month period were investigated. One hundred sixty one cases Showed positive patch tests. Sixty-five cases showed positive patch tests with footwear materials including rubber, leather and canvas. Clothing, topical medicaments, airborne allergens and marking ink were responsible in 5.75%, 25%, 3.82% and 0.85% patients respectively.
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