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   1989| September-October  | Volume 55 | Issue 5  
 
 
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Childhood Leprosy - a Clinicoepidemiological Study From Pondicherry
Vijay Kumar, MC Baruah, BR Garg
September-October 1989, 55(5):301-304
PMID:28128139
Children numbering 9795 were examined. Theprevalence of leprosy among children was 7.2 per thousand. The youngest patient was 2- years-old. The ratio between boys and girls was 1.3: 1. History of contact was present in 23.9% cases. The lowest age at onset recorded was one year and eight months. The commonest type of leprosy found in this study was BT. Singl-, patch was seen in 57.7% cases. In 65.9% a single patch was present on the exposed parts. Leprosy disabillty rate was 8.5%.
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CASE REPORTS
Menkes' Disease (kinky Hair Disease)
PS Parihar, DC Sharma, S Ramakrishnan, D Kanther
September-October 1989, 55(5):318-319
PMID:28128144
A six month old child presented with feeding difficulties, generalized seizures, delayed milestones, pudgy cheeks, hypopig mented, sparse and steely wool hair. Serum copper level was 6.0 mg/dl.
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Multifocal Langerhans Cell Granulomatosis (Hand-schuller - Christian Disease)
MPS Sawhney, RS Shakatwat, BM Roy, A Khetarpal, SK Verma
September-October 1989, 55(5):329-330
PMID:28128149
A 47 year old female developed multifocal Langerhans cell granulomatosis (Hand-Schuller-Christian disease) manifesting as papulo-pustular, nodular, crusted and scaly lesions, xanthelasma, ulceration of gingival mucosa with loss of teeth, vaginal granulomatosis, diabetes insipidus, multiple osteolytic bone lesions and honeycombing of the lungs. Skin biopsy confirmed the diagnosis. Treatment with prednisolone 45 mg methotrexate 2.5 mg daily, led to regression of lesions, reduction of bone of partial clearance of lung lesions and osteolytic bone lesions. However, the patient died due to widespread nature of the disease.
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Ehlers- Danlos Syndrome
Prasanta Basak, AJ Kanwar, Surrinder Kaur, Arti Nanda
September-October 1989, 55(5):324-326
PMID:28128147
A female patient had Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type II since infancy, manifesting with hyperextensible skin and ciagarette paper scars at the sites of trauma. Treatment with vitamin C 1 gm a day seemed to be useful.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Metal Sensitivity in Children
SD Chaudhary, S Gupta, KK Bhatia, VK Jain
September-October 1989, 55(5):310-313
PMID:28128142
One hundred children were patch tested with 5% nickel sulphate, 0.5% potassium dichromate, 5% cobalt chloride and pure petrolatum. Seventeen children (11 having eczematous and 6 having non-eczematous dermatoses) showed positive patch test reactions to one or more metals, chromium (13%), nickel (8%) and cobalt (1%). The incidence of metal sensitivity was highger (32.5%) in the older children (8-14 years) as compared to the younger children 7 years of age (2.66%). The female children had a higher incidence of sensitivity as compared to the male children.
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CASE REPORTS
Cutaneous Chromomycosis with Pulmonary Geotrichosis
NL Sharma, RC Sharma, ML Gupta, Prem Singh, VK Arora
September-October 1989, 55(5):331-333
PMID:28128150
An 80 year old farmer had cutaneous chromomycosis on the lateral aspect of right foot. He had associated pulmonary pathology caused by another fungus Geotrichum candidum simulating miliary tuberculosis. Complete regression of the pulmonary lesions and partial regression of the cutaneous lesions was observed with iodide therapy.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Histopathological Patrern of Early Syphilis
RV Koranne, PJ Raju, PC Beohar
September-October 1989, 55(5):305-307
PMID:28128140
Thirty six untreated cases of early syphilis comprising 10 primary and 26 secondary syphilis were included in the study. Primary syphilis depicted classical istopathological features of ulceration, exocytosis, perivascular infiltrate of lympocytes and plasma cells along with endothelial cell proliferation. Secondary syphilis, however, depicted intriguing features. Lichenoid infiltrate along with basal layer dissolution was seen in 3 and psoriasiform appearance in 1 cases. Three cases showed granulomatous reaction. One case manifesting as pruritic follicular rash had classical features on histopathology. Vascular changes were absent or inconspicuous in as many as 22.2% and 8.3% respectively.
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CASE REPORTS
Pachyonychia Congenita
RJ Fernandez, DA Parikh
September-October 1989, 55(5):334-335
PMID:28128151
Pachyonychia congenital is an infrequent genodermatosis, characterized by nail dystrophy, hyperkeratosis of the palms and soles, follicular keratosis and leukoplakia. It was seen in two male patients aged 12 and 35 years respectively. The younger patient had nail changes, palmo-planter keratoderma, eye changes, hypotrichosis and mental retardation, while the elder one had minimal nail changes, keratoderma and leukoplakia.
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Generalized Varicella in an Immunocompromised Patient
NG Patwardhan, Mohan B Gharpuray, Anil H Patki
September-October 1989, 55(5):320-321
PMID:28128145
A 16-year-old boy with Hodgkin's dease on MOPP regimen developed generalized varicella. He was treated with oral acyclovir with good results.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Multidrug Regimen in Paucibacillary Leprosy For Six and Twelve Months (A Comapritive Study)
PK Kar, PK Jha, PS Snehi, AS Sohi
September-October 1989, 55(5):308-309
PMID:28128141
Efficacy of multidrug therapy (MDT) for paucibacillary leprosy for 12 months was evaluated in 91 fresh cases, which included indeterminate (28 cases), tuberculoid (22) and borderline tuberculoid leprosy (41 cases). All were males and were hospitawd. The MDT consisted of rifampicin 600 mg once a month and dapsone 100 mg daily. Both drugs were given concomitantly for 12 months. At the end of 6 months, 37.2% cases remained clinically active. At the end of once year, 91.2% cases receiving MDT became inactive.
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CASE REPORTS
Bee - Keepers' Dermatitis - Sensitivity To Propolis
NL Sharma, RC Sharma
September-October 1989, 55(5):327-328
PMID:28128148
A patient working in the bee-keeping department developed contact dermatitis on
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SHORT REPORTS
Anal Giant Lichenification Simulating Squamous Cell Carcinoma
K Pavithran
September-October 1989, 55(5):339-339
PMID:28128155
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CASE REPORTS
Late Onset Urticaria Pigmentosa with Eosinophilia
Vijay Kumar, BR Garg, MC Baruah
September-October 1989, 55(5):322-323
PMID:28128146
A 17 year old boy had asymotomatic urticaria pigmentosa starting late in life, along with eosinophilia. There was no systemic manifestation.
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Contact Dermatitis in Trivandrum
SM Shanmugham Pillai
September-October 1989, 55(5):297-300
PMID:28128138
One hundred patients (63 males and 37 females) were patch tested. Maidmum number (32) of cases were skilled labourers, housewives (19) and manual labourers (10) Cement (24), metals (22) and foot-wear (14) constituted the major causes for dermatitis Fifty one patients showed positive patch tests with potassium dichromate. The source of chromate sensitivity in 47.03% was cement and in 33.32% metals in the wearing apparel.
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SHORT REPORTS
Tophaceous Gout
K Pavithran
September-October 1989, 55(5):337-337
PMID:28128153
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Continual Skin Peeling
RR Mittal, A Chopra, AK Sharma
September-October 1989, 55(5):338-338
PMID:28128154
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
Clavulanic Acid and Amoxycillin in Uncomplicated Gonorrhoea
Bhushan Kumar, K Vinod Sharma, Meera Sharma
September-October 1989, 55(5):294-296
PMID:28128137
Augmentin (Amoxycillin 3 . gm combined with 250 mg clavulanic acid) and ampicillin 3.5 gin and I gm probenecid orally were evaluated in 50 patients for treatment of uncomplicated gonorrhoea. Success rates of 80% and 100% were obtained with augmentin and ampicillin with probenecid respectively in non-PPNG strains. None of 4 PPNG strains responded to ampicillin-probnecid. Augmentin in single oral dose cannot be recommended for the treatment of non-PPNG strains in India.
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Age-related Changes in Thermal Sensory Thresholds of Skin
AB Gupta, S Mukherjee, B Haldar
September-October 1989, 55(5):290-293
PMID:28128136
Thermal sensory thresholds of 85 healthy subjects with aormal height to weight range, and classified into five age groups between 10 to 60 years were measured and analysed statistically. Measurements were carried out with an electronic device at two 'different sites; forehead (FH) and finger-tip (Fr), almost at constant (28-32C) ambient temperature and rel.,i(ive humidity (00- 65%). Since no significant sex difference was observed in any.,igc group at either.,,iie, data for both sexes %k,cre pooled to comliute the groupmeans.Thc agegroul)sshowed different mean thermal sensory threshold levels which progressively increased with age at both the sites. The analysis of variance among the groups was found to be significant at 1% for both FH and FT. While the data in groups 1 to 3 were relatively homogenous, greater variability was found in groups 4 and 5. The threshold level, y, and the age group mean, x, could be related by an empirical equation y = A + B in x, where A = 30.85 for FH and 27.82 for Fr and B = 1.37 for FH and 3.39 for FT.
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SHORT REPORTS
Isoniazid induced generalised pustular drug eruption
C Balachandran, CR Srinivas, SD Shenoy
September-October 1989, 55(5):336-336
PMID:28128152
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION
A morphologic study of Calymmatobacterium granulomatis in tissue biopsy
Mithilesh Chandra, DD Ganguly, NC Bhargava
September-October 1989, 55(5):314-317
PMID:28128143
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Disturbed Androgen Metabolism and Skin (Therapy with Anti-androgens)
Neena Vaswani, RK Pandhi
September-October 1989, 55(5):279-289
PMID:28128135
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ARTICLES
Abstracts From Current Literature

September-October 1989, 55(5):341-350
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Book Reviews

September-October 1989, 55(5):340-340
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