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   1975| May-June  | Volume 41 | Issue 3  
 
 
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An Effective Medicated Soap in Scabies, Pityriasis Versicolor, Pediculosis Capitis and Pityriasis Capitis, Etc.
PN Behl, NK Sood, K Bikram
May-June 1975, 41(3):96-98
Medicated soap containing sulphur, salicylic acid and almond shell oil has been tried in common dermatoses like pityriasis capitis, seboffhoca oleosa, pityriasis versicolor, pediculosis capitis and scabies. Satisfactory results are reported in over 88%. of cases. Side effects are mild and transitory. This medicated soap is recommended as a cheap non-messy and non cumbersome preparation and as a satisfactory ft=ent of these common dermatoses.
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Harlequin Fetus-an Autopsy Study of Two Cases Two Cases
Reddy Eswara G, G Raju Chengal
May-June 1975, 41(3):114-115
Two cases of Harlequin fetus are reported with complete autopsy findings,
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Evaluation of Irritant Properties of Different Toilet Bar Soaps
Raghubir Singh, Gurmohan Singh
May-June 1975, 41(3):99-102
Seven commonly used toilet soaps were evaluated and compared with a superfatted soap 'Olatum' for their relative irritant properties. IT 50 wascalculated using 5% soap solutions on 10 normal human subjects. Lux and Maharani Sandal, Neko, Life buoy, Olatum and Hamam, Pears and Cinthol were the soaps in the descending order of their irritant properties.
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Conjugal Leprosy
Paramjit Kaur
May-June 1975, 41(3):74-76
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An Enzyme Histochemical Study of the Blood Vessels in Angiomatous Naevi (strawberry Marks)
NC Sethi, EJ Moyanahan
May-June 1975, 41(3):83-90
The enzyme histochemical pattern of vascular elements comprising the common strawberry mark was studied, with respect to the presence of alkaline phosphates, ATPase and 5' nucleotides as indices of functional activity of the vessels concerned. Alkaline phosphates activity was confined to the endothelium of the vaso vasorum of the large arterial vessels and to a few of the small vessels in the stroma of the lesion. The remainder of the endothelial elements which make up the major portion of the lesion showed -no alkaline phosphates activity. 5' nucleotides activity was found in the media and intima of the large vessel, with intense activity in the vessels supplying muscle bundles near to but not forming part of the lesion. No enzyme activity was present in the vessels forming the major portion of the haemangioma. Strong ATPase activity was exhibited by the media and the intima of the vessels including those making up the lesion. These findings suggest that the vessels making up the major part of the common strawberry mark are structurally and functionally immature and merely serve as passive channels through which the blood flows without metabolic interchange.
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Syphilitic Amyotrophy
PS Ranganathan, K Srinivasan
May-June 1975, 41(3):111-113
Two cases of amyotrophy due to involvement of L3 root of cauda equina by syphilitic arachnoiditis among 67 cases of neuroshyphilis are presented. The muscular wasting with absence of sensory loss suggests a radiculir involvemenl Complete recovery following antisyphilitic treatment with long acting penicillin is emphasized.
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Analytical Study of 1000 Cases of Venereal Diseases
CN Bhargava, P0 Singh, N Lal
May-June 1975, 41(3):70-73
An appraisal of 1000 consecutive cases of venma diseases from Venereology department of Safdaijung Hospital, New Delhi has been presented. There were 878 male cases and 122 female cases. Twenty two cases were having concomitant infection. Main bulk of venereal was formed by 413 cases of. syphilis. This was followed by chancroid in 296 and gonorrhea in 287 cases. Lymphogmnuloma venereum was seen in 24 mm and donovanosis, in only 2 cases, Amongst the syphilitics maximum number ofcases (42.1 %) were in the latent stage. Prostitutes were the source of infection in 42.4% casesandvenem were acquired homosexually in 1.1% cases.
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Serological Survey For Syphilis (sts) in Kashmir
GH Hajini, Milap Kaur, SN Shah Ahmad
May-June 1975, 41(3):103-105
Serologic survey for syphilis was done in 7164 patients in Medical College Hospital, Srinagir. 3.6% subjects were sero-reactive for syphilis.
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Superficial Mycoses in Manipal
S Stephen, KNA Rao
May-June 1975, 41(3):106-110
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Penile Horn
W Ramanrao, S Banerjee, D Sundarasivarao
May-June 1975, 41(3):116-118
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