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   1998| July-August  | Volume 64 | Issue 4  
 
 
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CASE REPORTS
A case of dermatomyositis responding to three weeks of treatment with methotrexate amd steroid
Anandam Kuravi, KS Sridhar, KC Girish, KB Bharath Raj
July-August 1998, 64(4):191-192
PMID:20921762
A case of dermatomyositis in a young girl of 18 years is reported. Though if is generally held that it is a very recalcitrant condition, we found that the patient improved by ail parameters to treatment with methotrexate and steroids in three weeks.
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Pityriasis rosea with unusual herald patch
Kiran Dambalkar
July-August 1998, 64(4):185-186
PMID:20921759
A case of pityriasis rosea is reported in a 15 -year-old boy. The herald patch was unusual being multiple and located in crural areas and armpit. The other features of the disease were however expressed classically.
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Poikilodermatous mycosis fungoides
SG S Krishnan, P Devakar Yesudian, M Jayaraman, VR Janaki, JM Boopalraj
July-August 1998, 64(4):199-200
PMID:20921766
A 35-year-old woman presented with generalised poikiloderma of 2 years duration and multiple plaques, some of which had undergone ulceration of 1 year duration. Biopsy of the plaque showed a picture of lichenoid dermatitis with mononuclear cells infiltrating the entire dermis. Some of the cells showed atypicality. There was no epidermotropism or visceral Involvement. A diagnosis of poikilodermatous mycosis fungoides was made and the patient was given chemotherapy.
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Varied forms of lupus vulgaris
K Anandam, K Seethamma, K Venkateswarlu, KM Adithya Sharma
July-August 1998, 64(4):183-184
PMID:20921758
Two unusual forms of lupus vulgaris affecting the perinasal skin are reported. One presented with mutilating type of lupus vulgaris while the other had vegetative type.
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CASE REPORTS
Ano-rectal involvement in lymphogranuloma venereum
B Ranganayakulu, GP Ravikumar, G Vijaya Bhaskar
July-August 1998, 64(4):187-188
PMID:20921760
Genital syndrome and ano-rectal syndrome of lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) are late complications of the disease common in women. Herein we report a man who manifested features of ano- rectal involvement precipitously within two years of the initial infection and inguinal syndrome.
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Eruptive syringoma
Vidyadhar R Sardesai, Mohan B Gharpuray
July-August 1998, 64(4):189-190
PMID:20921761
Eruptive syringoma is an appendageal tumour of intraepidermal eccrine sweat duct. A 20-year- old male patient presented with multiple, asymptomatic papules over anterior aspect of neck, chest and shoulders. Histopathological study of skin biopsy specimen revealed features of syringoma.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Mupirocin in folliculitis cruris pustulosa et atrophicans
Bhushan Kumar, S Muralldhar
July-August 1998, 64(4):207-208
PMID:20921769
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CASE REPORTS
Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis
C Balachandran, L Sabitha, Sandhya Acharya, BC Ravikumar
July-August 1998, 64(4):193-194
PMID:20921763
A 54-year-old male presented with multiple, itchy, reddish-brown colored papules on the face, arms and trunk of 8 months duration. Histopathological study of the skin biopsy specimen revealed features typical of multicentric reticulohistiocytosis.
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Epidermodysplasia verruciformis with bowenoid changes
Maria Kuruvilla, CV Raghuveer, Gatha S Rao, KS Sridhar, Pramod Kumar
July-August 1998, 64(4):195-196
PMID:20921764
A 21-year-old female presented with epidermodysplasia verruciformis.Histopathological study of skin lesions showed Bowenoid changes. This case clearly indicates that subclinical Bowenoid changes in epidermodysplasia verruciformis may develop and should be confirmed by skin biopsy.
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Naevus comedonicus affecting the palms
Najeeba Riyaz, A Riyaz
July-August 1998, 64(4):197-198
PMID:20921765
Rare occurrence of comedo naevus on the palmar skin is described
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Repigmentation of leukotrichia over vitiligo patches after punch grafting
Subrata Malakar, Sandipan Dhar
July-August 1998, 64(4):208-209
PMID:20921770
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Effect of parenteral vitamin D3 in skin diseases
Anandam Kuravi
July-August 1998, 64(4):206-206
PMID:20921768
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LETTER TO EDITOR
Effect of parenteral vitamin D3 in skin diseases
Nusrat Banka
July-August 1998, 64(4):206-207
PMID:20921767
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Hand dermatitis in beauticians
Nusrat Banka, Shrutakirthi D Shenoi
July-August 1998, 64(4):206-207
PMID:20921768
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ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTIONS
A comparison of systemic photochemotherapy with 8- methoxypsoralen (8-mop) and with trimethylpsoralen (tmp) in vitiligo
Vandana P Mhaske, Vaishali A Phadke, Rajiv Joshi, Uday S Khopkar, SL Wadhwa
July-August 1998, 64(4):176-179
PMID:20921756
Oral 8-MOP and TMP were compared in the PUVA therapy for vitiligo. Group A (25 c.ases) was initiated on 0.3 mg/kg of 8-MOP with 1 /2 Joule/cm[2] of UVA and weekly increments of 1 /2 Joule/ cm[2] and Group B was started on 0.6 mg/kg of TMP with 1 Joule/cm[2] of UVA and weekly increments of 1 Joule/cm[2], Therapy was given thrice a week. Repigmentation was evaluated by using a 0-6 scale. At the end of 60 sittings, an acceptable cosmetic response wasseen over the face, neck and upper extremities in both groups, while trunk and lower extremities showed lesser response. 8-MOP gave earlier response, needing a lowercumulative UVA dose i.e. 75 J/ cm[2] as compared to TMP i.e. 106 J/cm[2]. Phototoxicity was seen more often with 8-MOP. In conclusion, in Indians, 8-MOP is the drug of choice in PUVA therapy of vitiligo provided precautions against phototoxicity are adequate.
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A regionwise comparative study of the extent of post punch graft surgical repigmentation in cutaneous achromia
Koushik Lahiri, SR Sengupta
July-August 1998, 64(4):173-175
PMID:20921755
One hundred and ten cases of stable cutaneous achromia constituted the sample population, of which 67 were females and 43 males. Age ranged between 6 and 71 years. A total of 1742 grafts were placed over 177 lesions on 29 regions and the cases were followed up to a maximum period of 2 years. The extent of maximum pigment spread (MPS) was noted in different regions of the body. It was observed that exposed parts exhibited better outcome vis-a-vis covered and shadowed part. MPS ranged between 0 to 10 mm., with an overall average of approximately 5.5mm.
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Natural history of herpes zoster in the era of aids
Dandavate Varsha, Hira Subhash, Oberai Chetan
July-August 1998, 64(4):169-172
PMID:20921754
Seventy- four consecutive patients with herpes zoster (HZ) in Mumbai were recruited into the study to determine its natural history. Thirty- five (47.3%) with HZwere Infected with HIV-1/2. HZ+HIV+ and HZ+HIV- were demographically similar but HZ+H1V+ were clinically different; the latter were characterised by multidermatomal involvement of thoracic dermatomes below T6 or that of trigeminal nerve, recurrent episodes, bullous lesions and 17/35 had associated illnesses such as severe weightloss,recurrent fever, chronic cough, active tuberculosis and oral candidiasis. Significant difference in the course of healing, incidence of secondary bacterial infection and scaming emerged between the two groups after day-10, HZ+H1V+ individuals had vesicles and ulcers persisting for significantly longer time with frequent sequelae of post inflammatory pigmentation and post herpetic neuralgia. In areas where resources are limited for health information. such clinical differences between HZ+H1V+ and HZ+HIV- will serve to identify individuals with HIV infection in dermatologic clinic. These findings will also be helpful for early diagnosis of HIV infection, associated opportunistic infections and prevent their secondary transmission through appropriate interventions.
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Antigen mapping in hereditary epidermolysis bullosa
CR Srinivas, A Sandra, SD Shenoi, S Pai, P Dinesh
July-August 1998, 64(4):180-182
PMID:20921757
Standard immunofluorescence tests are not positive in the various inherited epidermolysis bullosa (EB). Using antibodies to known antigens present in the basement membrane zone, antigen mapping can be done by immuno fluorescence, to determine the level of blistering and establish the diagnosis. We report three cases of junctional EB and one case of dystrophic EB in whom the diagnosis was confirmed by antigen mapping.
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
Vaccines in leprosy
BK Girdhar
July-August 1998, 64(4):161-168
PMID:20921753
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BOOK REVIEW
Book Review
K Pavithran
July-August 1998, 64(4):210-210
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DO YOU KNOW?
Do you know?
MP Binitha
July-August 1998, 64(4):205-205
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ABSTRACTS FROM CURRENT LITERATURE
Abstracts from Current Literature

July-August 1998, 64(4):201-204
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