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   1987| May-June  | Volume 53 | Issue 3  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Matting of the Hair Due to Onic Detergent
PK Sharma, AK Saxena, RK Jain, AK Sharma
May-June 1987, 53(3):179-180
PMID:28145334
A 27 year old developed matting of her hair after using 5% cetrimide lotion for dandruff.
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Herpes,zoster with Wrist Drop and Aberrant Lesions
RK Dutta, VD Tiwari, GK Prasad, AS Narayanaswamy, NR Ichaporia
May-June 1987, 53(3):187-188
PMID:28145338
A patient having herpes zoster involving C6, 7, 8, Dl and 2 segments, developed ipsilateral wrist drop and aberrant lesions. Paralytic deformity preceded the skin eruption by one day.
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Dermatophytosis of the Scrotum, Penis and Lip
K Pavithran
May-June 1987, 53(3):174-175
PMID:28145332
A young male had tinea cruris due to Epidermophyton floccosum. He had associated dermatophytosis of the scrotum, penis and upper lip from which the same species of fungus was isolated. On the lip, the lesion extended to the vermilion area (prolabium) of the lip and the term 'tinea labialis' is suggested for this condition.
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ARTICLES
Abstracts From Current Literature

May-June 1987, 53(3):193-203
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CASE REPORTS
Nail Patella Syndrome
VK Jain, US Pahwa, Anil Dashore
May-June 1987, 53(3):176-178
PMID:28145333
A 14-year-old male having nail-patella syndrome, manifested as deficient nails on the ubw aspect of thumbs, V-shaped half- moons, rudimentry patella on right side and absence on left side. X-ray of pelvis showed iliac horns.. Family history was suggestive of autosomal dominant of inheritance
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Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans of Scalp
VK Kapoor, Sunil Kumar, TK Chattopadhyay, LK Sharma
May-June 1987, 53(3):172-173
PMID:28145331
An elderly male had recurrent dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans of scalp with pulmonary metastasis. The tumour was excised and the defect repaired with skin graft.
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Hypopigmented Macules in Mycosis Fungoides
RS Misra, V Ramesh
May-June 1987, 53(3):189-190
PMID:28145339
A middle-aged male with hypopigmented macules was initially misdiagnosed as indeterminate leprosy and later proved on histopathology to be mycosis fungoides.
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Erythema Ab Igne, Schizophrenia and Thermophilia
K Pavithran
May-June 1987, 53(3):181-182
PMID:28145335
A 48 year old male who had been suffering from schizophrenia developed erythema ab igne. He had thermophilia and frequently used to expose the affected site in front of open fire in the kitchen.
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Trichostasis Spinulosa
RK Bhargava-, Mukul
May-June 1987, 53(3):183-184
PMID:28145336
A 40 year old male presented with trichostasis spinulosa on the vertex, which is quite rare.
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Assoication of Pyoderma Gangrenosum with Rheuatoid Arthritis
AK Saxena, AK Sharma, PK Sharma, GR Bagga
May-June 1987, 53(3):185-186
PMID:28145337
A 30 year old female presented with recurrent leg ulcers of 3 year duration. History revealed that she also suffers from pain and stiffness in the small joints and feet for the past 4 years. Rheumatoid factor was strongly positive in the serum. Association of the two is interesting.
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Management of Acne Vulgaris
N Vaswani
May-June 1987, 53(3):146-154
PMID:28145324
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EDITORIAL
Editorial

May-June 1987, 53(3):141-145
PMID:28145323
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Detection of Nickel in Coins by Dimethylglyxime Spot Test
Ramji Gupta
May-June 1987, 53(3):191-191
PMID:28145340
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Association of Alopecia Areata, Morphoea Scalp and Pseudopelade
KK Singh, CR Srinivas, C Balachandran, S Menon
May-June 1987, 53(3):192-192
PMID:28145341
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Minutes Therapy in Psoriasis
SP Chattopadhyay, SK Aggarwal, PN Arora, S Agarwal
May-June 1987, 53(3):155-157
PMID:28145325
Thirty one cases of widespread psoriasis were treated with daily short-term
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Relative Efficacy of Seven Common H1 Receptor Antagonist Antihistamines in Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria
Mohan Singh, S Kaur
May-June 1987, 53(3):158-161
PMID:28145326
The order of clinical potency of seven Hi receptor antagonist antihistamines in usual therapeutic doses was evaluated in 30 patients of chronic idiopathic urticaria by a double blind, placebo controlled trial utilizing a self-assessment method. The analysis of mean whealing and, itching scores established a potency sequence in the -decreasing order of cyproheptidine, hydroxyzine, chlorpheniramine, embramine, promethazine, dimeth'mdene and dexchlorpheniramme. The differences between the first five antihistamines were not statistically significant, though these were superior to ddxchlorpheniralmine and placebo. Dexchlorpheniramine was statistically better than placebo.
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Turn-over of Stratijm Corneum in Leprosy
RP Okhandiar, Ela Sinha, AD Mishra, RK Sinha
May-June 1987, 53(3):162-163
PMID:28145327
Stratum corneum showed increased proliferative activity on the patches of leprosy as evidenced by a significantly fast stratum corneum turnover time (p 0.001) measured by fluorescent staining technic with dansyl chloride. These findings suggest imperfect keratinization on the patches of leprosy leading to formation of structurally weak stratum corneum.
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Total and Candida Specific IgE in Recurrent Vaginal Candidiasis
KV Ratnam, CT Lee, TW Wong
May-June 1987, 53(3):164-167
PMID:28145328
Total and candida specific serum IgE levels were studied in 21 patients who fulfilled the criteria for recurrent vaginal candidiasis, and 45 controls. The candida specific IgE levels were significantly higher in patients with recurrent vaginal candidiasis when compared with the controls. There was no significant difference in the total IgE levels between patients and the controls. IgE is postulated to inhibit the cellular immune respsnse to candida and thereby prevent its eradication. There may be a genetic basis for the increased IgE levels.
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Comparative Efficacy of 20% Sodium Thiosulphate, 20% Miconazole and 1% Econazole in Pityriasis Versicolour and Persistence of Hypopigmentation and Following Treatment
C Balachandra, R.P.C Naik, CR Srinivas
May-June 1987, 53(3):169-170
PMID:28145329
Fifty cases of pityriasis versicolor, confirmed mycologically, were each treated with either 20 % miconazole nitrate cream or 1% econazole nitrate cream. Patients were followed up at second, fourth and sixth weeks. Degree of repigmentation was noted and KOH preparation done at each to determine mycological cure. At the end of six weeks all the patients using all regimes were mycologically cured but only 30.4% showed complete repigmentation in the lesions.
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Absence of Nickel in Detergents Confirmed by Dimethylglyoxime Spot Test
DS Krupashankar, CR Srinivas
May-June 1987, 53(3):171-171
PMID:28145330
Reports differ greatly as to the significance of nickel in detergents as a cause of dermatitis. Dimethylglyoe spot test was negative for nickel with various detergents. It seems therefore that nickel is not an important cause of detergent induced dermatitis in India.
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