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   1986| September-October  | Volume 52 | Issue 5  
 
 
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Non-surgical (physicochemical) Nail Removal and Antifungal Therapy of Tinea Unguium
M Singh, S Kaur, VK Sharma
September-October 1986, 52(5):265-268
PMID:28150612
The ettect of chemo-surgical nail removal with urea ointment followed by 2% miconazole nitrate topical application and/or systemic griseofulvin for three months was studied in 77 mycotic nails. The overall clinical cure was observed in 67.5% nails, consisting of 78.4% fingernails and 46.2% toe-nails. Complete mycological cure was recorded only in 61.0% The cure rates in the finger-nails were 77.8 75.0 and 80.9% in groups I (evulsion + griseofulvin), 11 (evulsion + 2% miconazole) III (evulsion + griseofulvin + 2% and le) respectively, whereas cure -rates nlicOnazO in the toe-nails were 42.8, 44.4 and 50% respectively. Best clinical results (80.9%) were ed in finger-nails treated with a Obtain on of all the three therapeutic Combinati was directly modalities. The cure rate proportional to the extent of nail involvement.
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Histopathological Study of Diffuse Idiopathic Melanoderma
NG Jogaikar, Mohan B Gharpuray, Vinay Kulkarni, KR Chandvania
September-October 1986, 52(5):262-264
PMID:28150611
Histopathological study of clinically involved as well as normal skin in 30 cases of diffuse idiopathic melanoderma revealed increased melanin pigmentation of the basal in all the case, liquefactive degeneration,of basal cells in 20 cases, epidermal atrophy in l7 cases, melanophages in the, upper dermis 26 cases, and a perivascular or diffuse lympho-histiocytic infiltrate in 28 cases. There were distinct clinical and histopathplogical differences from lichen planus.
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Treatment of Acute Uncomplicated Gonococcal Urethritis in Males by Rosoxacin
AN Tiwari, AS Kumar
September-October 1986, 52(5):269-271
PMID:28150613
Twenty eight male patients with acute gonococcal, urethritis were treated, with rosoxacin 300 mg capsule, (Eradacil) as a single- dose oral therapy. Twenty six patients were cured, while two patients did not improve. Four patients developed post-gonococcal urethritis (PGU).
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CASE REPORTS
Chronic Discoid Lupus, Erythematosus with Multiple Keratoacanthoma
Radha Mittal, Adarsh Chopra, SS Gill
September-October 1986, 52(5):286-297
PMID:28150619
A 62 year old male patient had disseminated discoid lupus erythematosus and multiple nodules over the sun-exposed areas which were diagnosed as multiple keratoacanthomas. Nodules were asymptomatic and had a warty surface covered with thick scales.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Ketoconazole Therapy in Pityriasis Versicolor
M Shafi, ML Khatri
September-October 1986, 52(5):275-276
PMID:28150615
Twenty six cases having pityriasis versicolor, were treated with 10 and 14 days courses of oral ketoconazole. Cure rate was higher with the 14 day schedule than with the 10-day schedule. Recurrence was observed in one patient. No significant side effect was noticed except in one patient who developed intolerable nausea after the first dose.
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Correlation of Baciliemia with Clinical Types of Leprosy
Balvinder Kaur, F Handa
September-October 1986, 52(5):272-274
PMID:28150614
Bacillemia was assessed in a single random blood sample of 30 untreated leprosy patients by employing direct blood smear method, haemolysis method, huffy coat method, and leucocyte adherence method.
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CASE REPORTS
Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosis
RL Mittal, Radha Mittal, SS Gill
September-October 1986, 52(5):288-290
PMID:28150620
This is the first reported case from India of multicentric reticulohistiocytosis, manifesting as multiple cutaneous nodules on the face, ears, elbows, wrists, knees and hands with mild pruritus. Polyarthritis involved the small and bigjoints. Histopathology confirmed the diagnosis. All the lesions disappeared in 1 1/2 years time.
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Surgical Repair in Aplasia Cutis Congenita
Cynthia Papali, N Surendran
September-October 1986, 52(5):279-279
PMID:28150617
A 20 day old child had aplasia cutis congenita manifesting as a linear-buua since birth on the scalp, involving the skin, subcutaneous tissue and the underlying bone. lle bulla contained CSF. A prompt surgical repair of the case was undertaken.
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Puvasol Induced Lickenoid Eruption
CR Srinivas, R.P.C Naik, MT Satyanarayana, K Ramanarayan
September-October 1986, 52(5):284-285
PMID:28150618
Generalized lichenoid eruption and transient rise in hepatic enzymes in a psoriatic treated with 8-methoxypsoralen and sunlight (PUVASOL) is reported.
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Fungi, Fragile, Fastidious, Fascinating
L Marquis
September-October 1986, 52(5):251-261
PMID:28150610
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Quantitative and Qualitative Study of Bacterial Flora on Neurodermatitis Circumscripta
Ashok Kumar Khare, Gurmohan Singh
September-October 1986, 52(5):277-278
PMID:28150616
Bacterial samples were collected from the lesions of neurodermatitis circumscripta and contralateral normal skin by means of modified cup-scrub technique of Patchman et al in eight patients. Bacterial flora at both the sites differed quantitatively and the findings were hightly significant statistically.
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EDITORIAL
Leprosy eradication-A national approach

September-October 1986, 52(5):249-250
PMID:28150609
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ARTICLES
Letters to the Editor

September-October 1986, 52(5):295-297
PMID:28150621
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Book Reviews

September-October 1986, 52(5):298-299
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Abstracts From Current Literature

September-October 1986, 52(5):300-310
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