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Year : 2005  |  Volume : 50  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 22-24

Dermatological Disease Pattern In An Urban Institution Of Kolkata

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Arup Das

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A study of 36,58 8 new cases who attended the Dermatology OPD of the school of Tropical Medicine was carried out for the year 2002. Eczema (31.4%), pyoderma (14.36%), fungal infection (9.7%) and psoriasis (5.39%) were the major skin disease. In the leprosy clinic, 2100 new cases attended, of which 567 were PB and 1533 MB as per WHO classification. Skin smear was positive in181 cases, all of them were MB.

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