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   1996| November-December  | Volume 62 | Issue 6  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei
Gupta Dinesh, SP Dewan, Kaur Amarjit, SK Malhotra, Kaur Surjit, ML Gambir
November-December 1996, 62(6):371-372
PMID:20948130
Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei also known as acne agminata is a rare disease affecting face in adults. Previously, it was thought to be a tuberculid; and its relation with rosacea is undefined. We report a case who had multiple yellowish brown to erythematous small papular lesions and many pitted atrophic scarson the face of 8 months duration. Investigations for tuberculosis were negative. Histopathology revealed tuberculoid granuloma.
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Gottron’s papules with raised CPK level without other manifestations of dermatomyositis
Ravi Vikram Singh, Sanjay Singh, SS Pandey
November-December 1996, 62(6):394-395
PMID:20948141
Dermatomyositis without myositis has been reported rarely and has been given several names such as dermatomyositis siné myositis and amyopathic dermatomyositis. We report a 19-year-old male patient with Gottron’s papules and raised CPK level. The patient has been followed for 10 months and has not developed other features of myositis.
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Topical ketoconazole therapy in a recalcitrant case of seborrhoeic dermatitis
BR Baishya
November-December 1996, 62(6):402-403
PMID:20948145
Ketoconazole 2% cream and 2% shampoo were found to be effective in controlling seborrhoeic dermatitis in a recalcitrant case. This topical ketoconazole therapy seems to be better than other conventional topical preparations prescribed in seborrhoeic dermatitis.
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Recurrent post-herpetic erythema multiforme, herpes labialis and secondary vitiligo in siblings
RR Mittal, RL S Walia, Seema Gupta, Jastinder Kaur
November-December 1996, 62(6):399-400
PMID:20948143
Presence of recurrent herpes labialis with resultant secondary vitiligo associated with recurrent erythema multiforme further leading to depigmentationof skin in relation to target shaped maculopapular lesions in two real sisters was observed as a unique phenomenon which probably has not been reported earlier.
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Non-healing diabetic ulcer treated by biobeam 660
Bipin Deshpande, Mohan B Gharpuray
November-December 1996, 62(6):396-398
PMID:20948142
A case of 75-year-old male patient with a non-healing ulcer over left sole is reported. Patient was a known diabetic with CCF. The ulcer was not healing for one month with routine treatment. The patient was given BIOBEAM 660 therapy every alternate days for a month which led to complete healing of the ulcer withoutcomplications.
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Vulval lichen planus leading to urethral stenosis
M Mishra, S Mishra, PC Singh, LK Sahu
November-December 1996, 62(6):404-405
PMID:20948146
An 8-year-old female child presented with difficulty in micturition preceded by some vulval lesions. She had itching around vulva associated with burning sensation and gradually developed a whitish patch. Histology was compatible with lichen planus.
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Ichthyosis linearis circumflexa
Subrata Malakar, Koushik Lahiri, SR Sengupta
November-December 1996, 62(6):379-380
PMID:20948134
A case of ichthyosis linearis circumflexa in a 9-year-old boy is reported here for its rarity.
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Congenital bilateral sensory neural deafness, postaxial polydactyly, scrotal tongue and recurrent pyogenic infections
Puneet Bhargava, CM Kuldeep, Kailash Kumar, NK Mathur
November-December 1996, 62(6):367-368
PMID:20948128
A case report of a 40-year-old male with congenital bilateral sensory neural deafness, postaxial Polydactyly involving hands and feet, scrotal tongue and recurrent pyogenic infections is described.
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Indeterminate hansen’s disease in a patient with hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy
K Muhammed, K Abdul Latheef
November-December 1996, 62(6):373-374
PMID:20948131
Hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy (HSAN) is a group of rare hereditary diseases. A young female with Type I HSAN with indeterminate Hansen’s disease (HD) is reported which is a rare association.
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Steatocystoma multiplex
V Jagannath Kumar, K Siddappa, Sujoy Ghosh
November-December 1996, 62(6):369-370
PMID:20948129
A case of steatocystoma multiplex in a 45-year-old mala is reported. The diagnosis was based on clinical as well as histopathological findings.
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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Patch testing in contact dermatitis of hands and feet
MM Huda, UK Paul
November-December 1996, 62(6):361-362
PMID:20948125
Eighty clinically diagnosed cases of allergic contact dermatitis of hands and feet when subjected to patch testing, Seventy four (92.5%) cases showed positive patch test reactions to different suspected antigens. Maximum number of cases belonged to housewives and tea garden workers which showed positive patch test reaction to vegetables and soaps and detergents and pesticides, respectively.
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CASE REPORTS
Treatment of behcet’s disease
LK Kamat, MF M Miranda, VL Rege
November-December 1996, 62(6):386-387
PMID:20948137
A case of Behcet’s disease treated initially with corticosteroids to which dapsone was added subsequently and being kept in remission with dapsone alone is presented. High maintenance dose of corticosteroids necessitated the substitution with dapsone.
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Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma with paraproteinaemia
S Criton, PU Asokan, Sheela Pailey, SS Kuttappan, Remani , Felitia Prema Rodriguez
November-December 1996, 62(6):383-385
PMID:20948136
Necrobiotic xanthogranuloma is a subset of inflammatory form of normolipaemic xanthomas. Because of its characteristic clinical and histopathological findings necrobiotic xanthogranuloma may be regarded as a specific marker of paraproteinaemia.
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Penile haemangioma
Kailash Kumar, Puneet Bhargava, CM Kuldeep, NK Mathur
November-December 1996, 62(6):401-401
PMID:20948144
Penile haemangioma in a 5-year-old boy is being reported because of its rarity.
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Pedunculated digitate papillomatosis around rectum
Kalyan Banerjee, Raghubir Banerjee, AK Dutta, K Sengupta
November-December 1996, 62(6):406-407
PMID:20948147
This is a report on unusual case of proliferation of dermal and epidermal components having finger-like projection around rectum with extension towards natal cleft in a patient suffering from Hansen’s infection.
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Erythema annulare centrifugum
Alok Kumar Roy, Sadhan Kumar Ghosh
November-December 1996, 62(6):377-378
PMID:20948133
A 45-year-old female presented with recurrent eruption of polycyclic erythematous lesion for nearly 2 years. During this period of observation no causecould be determined. Biopsy report was consistent with diagnosis of erythema annulare centrifugum.
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Self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis
V Usha, K Yogirajan, Cynthia Papali, AV Remadevi
November-December 1996, 62(6):392-393
PMID:20948140
The clinical evolution and histological features of skin lesions in a 14-year-old boy were characteristic of self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis.They were (a) early age of onset with fever, (b) plaque lesion over the nape of the neck and thigh, (c) nodular lesions over the scalp, face and periarticular regions and (d) spontaneous resolution.
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Primary cutaneous phaeohyphomycosis
VK Somani, Fatima Razvi, VK Sharma, VN V L Sita, V Sucharita
November-December 1996, 62(6):363-364
PMID:20948126
A rare case of phaeohyphomycosis presenting with a solitary nodule on right lower leg of 2 years duration is being reported. The disease showed marked response to oral fluconazole.
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Verrucous haemangioma
H Hanumanthappa
November-December 1996, 62(6):381-382
PMID:20948135
A case of verrucous haemangioma in a 25-year-old male is reported for its rarity and not to be confused with any other verrucous naevi or infective conditions.
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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Serum immunoglobulin estimation in 30 cases of cutaneous vasculitis
RR Mittal, Adarsh Chopra, Kiranjeet Kaur, Kiranjot
November-December 1996, 62(6):359-360
PMID:20948124
Clinically diagnosed and histopathologically proved 30 cases of cutaneous vasculitis (CV) were collected from Dermatovenereology department. Serum immunoglobulins (Igs) estimation was done in all cases. Nineteen cases showed increased levels of Igs, 4 had decreased levels, while in 7 cases Igs levels remained normal. Seventeen had increase in IgG, 17 cases had in IgA and 10 in IgM and decrease in levels of IgM was seen in 3, and IgA in 2 cases. But the fluctuation in levels of Igs was statistically insignificant.
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CASE REPORTS
Unilateral darier’s disease
Ravi Vikram Singh, Sanjay Singh, SS Pandey
November-December 1996, 62(6):390-391
PMID:20948139
Various variations of Darier’s disease have been mentioned in the literature. Here we describe a young male with unilateral involvement with clinical and histopathological features typical of Darier’s disease.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Pigmentary stage of incontinentia pigmenti: is it a distinct entity?
SR Narahari
November-December 1996, 62(6):408-408
PMID:20948148
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CASE REPORTS
Capillary haemangioma
Alok Kumar Roy, Kalyan Chakravarty
November-December 1996, 62(6):365-366
PMID:20948127
A 16-year-old boy presented with a hyperpigmented, velvety, not compressible, plaque on the medial side of right leg just below the knee for the last 10 years. Biopsy report revealed the lesion was nothing but capillary haemangioma. The case is presented here due to unusual presentation with a tendency to persist.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
PKDL Mimicking post- inflammatory changes of pityriasis rosea
Ravi Vikram Singh, Sanjay Singh, SS Pandey
November-December 1996, 62(6):410-411
PMID:20948151
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CASE REPORTS
Lipoid proteinosis
Mayuri K Shah, Priti P Shah, RC Rawal, FE Bilimoria
November-December 1996, 62(6):375-376
PMID:20948132
A 20-year-old male presented with hoarseness of voice since birth, beaded papular lesions on both eyelids, multiple hypopigmented atrophic scars on trunk and extremities and yellowish infiltrated plaques on tongue, palate and buccal mucosae. Patient was diagnosed clinically as a case of lipoid proteinosis. It was confirmed by mucosal biopsy.
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Monilethrix in pedigree
Mona P Shah, RC Raval, FE Bilimoria
November-December 1996, 62(6):388-389
PMID:20948138
A 30-year-old female patient presented with tiny papular scalp lesions with sparse, very short, curly hair of only 8 to 12 mm. Microscopic examination of hair revealed typical beaded or moniliform appearance. She also had typical lesions of psoriasis for past 2 months. Her father, 2 sisters and her 6-year-old daughter had similar types of beaded scalp hair.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Fixed duration MDT in leprosy
Mohan Gharpuray, Vinay Kulkarni
November-December 1996, 62(6):411-412
PMID:20948152
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Terfenadine precipitating erythroderma in psoriasis
SR Narahari
November-December 1996, 62(6):409-410
PMID:20948149
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STUDIES
Adenosine deaminase activity in serum and lymphocytes of multibacillary leprosy patients
Surabhi Dayal, RK Nagpal, VK Jain, SD Chaudhary
November-December 1996, 62(6):341-344
PMID:20948118
Adenosine deaminase (ADA) activity was measured in serum and lymphocytes of 25 untreated patients with multibacillary leprosy. Both serum and lymphocyte ADA levels were significantly high in multibacillary leprosy patients compared to healthy controls. The results obtained did not establish any significant relationship between ADA activity and the type of leprosy.
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Clinicopathological correlation in 50 cases of erythroderma
RR Mittal, RL S Walia, SS Gill, R Mangla
November-December 1996, 62(6):351-353
PMID:20948121
Fifty cases of erythroderma were studied clinically and histopathologically. Clinically 11 were of eczemas, 12 of psoriasis, 14 were drug-induced, 11 of idiopathic group and 1 each of pemphigus foliaceus (PF) and cogenital bullous ichthyoslform erythroderma (CBIE). Histopathologically 10 cases of psoriasis, 1 of PFand 1 of CBIE showed specific histopathology and therefore clinical histopathological correlation was possible only in 12 (24%) cases. Exact differentiation in erythroderma due to eczemas, drugs or idiopathic was not possible histopathologically.
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Comparative efficacy of topical anthralin and intralesional triamcinolone in the treatment of alopecia areata
SR Narahari
November-December 1996, 62(6):348-350
PMID:20948120
Efficacy of intralesional triamcinolone acetonide (10mg/ml) and topical anthralin 1.15% cream was compared in the treatment of alopecia areata. Study groups consisted of 37 patients for injection and 32 patients for cream. All of them belonged to Type I of Ikeda’s classification. The study showed that triamcinolone induces more adequate response in terms of regrowth of hairs than anthralin. However, the relapse rate was higher with triamcinolone. No difference was noted in terms of complete regrowth of hairs on the lesional skin and side effects of drugs.
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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Secondary cutaneous carcinomatosis
RK Kotokey
November-December 1996, 62(6):357-358
PMID:20948123
Secondary cutaneous carcinomatosis may be the primary menifestation of malignancies. Due to the help of modern investigative techniques primary malignant sites can be detected. But in many circumstances the primary site can not be detected in spite of available investigation. The cases presented here clearly show that the secondary cutaneous menifestation may be the first clue for detecting a hidden primary maligmancy.
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STUDIES
Status of dermatology in the coal belts of eastern india
AK Sen, Kalyan Banerjee, Raghubir Banerjee
November-December 1996, 62(6):354-356
PMID:20948122
Health survey of 2 major coal mines in Eastern India reveals that skin lesions are very common. Out of usual skin lesions occupational dermatitis tops the list. Health statistics show that dermatological problems are the third major health hazard in mines.
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In vitro drug sensitivity of trichophyton rubrum against griseofulvin, ketoconazole and fluconazole
S Tandon, SP Dewan, U Mohan, Amarjit Kaur, SK Malhotra, Pushpa Devi
November-December 1996, 62(6):345-347
PMID:20948119
The in vitro activity of griseofulvin, ketoconazole and fluconazole was investigated against 50 isolates of Trichophyton rubrum. Ketoconazole was more active, inhibiting all the 50 isolates at a concentration of 5 μgm/ml (MIC range 0.5-5 μgm/ml). Griseofulvin (MIC range 2.5-20 μgm/ml) required 20 μgm/ml of the drug for inhibition of all the isolates. Fluconazole was least active as it inhibited only 2 isolates at a concentration of 20 μgm/ml, which was the upper limit of the test system.
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BOOK REVIEW


November-December 1996, 62(6):413-415
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LETTERS TO THE EDITORS
Hypertrophic lichen planus simulating seborrhoeic keratosis
M Jayaraman, P Devakar Yesudian, VR Janaki
November-December 1996, 62(6):409-409
PMID:20948150
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