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   1992| April-June  | Volume 37 | Issue 2  
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Squamous cell carcinoma in discoid lupus erythematosus with mutilating changes
SK Sadhu, SR. Sengupta
April-June 1992, 37(2):12-13
ABSTRACT: Squamous cell carcinoma arising from a chronic Discold lupus Erythematosus lesion is rare now-a-days due to easy availability of steroids, protective sun screens, antimalarials drugs and growing consciousness of patient 1-5. D.L.E. producing atrophy and scarring was early documented but mutilation and destruction of any parts of the body was never reported. A case of squamous cell carcinomas developed in a plaque of chronic DLE in the right forearm with mutilating changes in the ear and nose in an elderly black patient is reported.
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Study of potency disorders among males
MS Bhatia, RK Gautam, KN Thakur, RK Chadda, S. Shome
April-June 1992, 37(2):2-7
ABSTRACT: 190 consecutive male patients of potency disorders were examined and classified as impotence, premature ejaculation and Dhat syndrome. The mean age of these cases was 24.8 years and mean duration of illness was 7.1 months (range 8 weeks to 12 years). Family history of potency disorders was present in 18 cases (9.5 percent) whereas 10 cases (5.3 percent) gave a family history of mental illness. 110 cases (57.9 percent) presented with Dhat syndrome followed by erectile impotence (11.6 percent), premature ejaculation (10.5 percent) and ejaculatory impotence (10.5 percent). 11 cases (5.8 percent) presented with misconceptions related to masturbation, nocturnal emission, imagined defects in genitalia etc. Neurosis was the commonest psychiatric diagnosis (63.2 percent) (Anxiety neurosis being most frequent followed by neurotic depression), Followed by affective disorder, adjustment disorder etc. About 14 percent cases did not have any underlying psychiatric disorder.
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Squamous cell carcinoma complicating lupus vulgaris
A Salodkar, AK Khare, R Khullar, MK Singhi, K Ahmed, D. Kachhawa
April-June 1992, 37(2):14-15
ABSTRACT: In a case of lupus vulgaris, the complications which are usually encourntered are secondary infection, tissue destruction and scarring. The latter may result in ectropion, microstomia, lymphoedema and gross deformity requiring plastic surgery. Squamous cell and less commonly basal cell carcinomas or sarcomas may occur insidiously, sometimes early in the disease but usually after 10-15 years and may be confused with renewed activity of the lupus itself 1. Squamous cell carcinoma arising in the lesion of lupus vulgaris has been reported by some authors 2-4. We here in report a male patient who developed squamous cell carcinoma in the lesion of lupus vulgaris two years later.
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Immunoglobulin profile in human papilloma virus infection
SP Chattopadhyay, B. Neogi
April-June 1992, 37(2):8-9
ABSTRACT: Present study aimed at analytical assessment of immunoglobulin profile in human papilloma virus infection by assessing the levels of immunoglobulins in consequctive 100 cases of multiple warts of more then 3 months duration & age group *-42 years (male 65, female 35). IgG levels were raised in all spectrum of warts (60.0 percent) followed by IgM (44.00 percent) and IgA (30.00 percent).
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Toxic epidermal necrolysis (lyell syndrome) due to co-trimoxazole
AK Jaiswal, B. Bhushan
April-June 1992, 37(2):10-11
ABSTRACT: Toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) is a relatively rare, potentially fatal severe reaction of skin with reported mortality ranging from 20-70 percent 1-2. It is characterized by wide spread erythema and detachment of epidermis resembling scalding. Many cases attribute to this. We herein report a case of cotrimoxazole induced TEN.
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