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   2000| July-September  | Volume 45 | Issue 3  
    Online since July 21, 2009

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Antipityrosporum Ovale Activity Of A Herbal Drug Combination Of Wrightia Tinctoria And Hisbiscus Rosasinensis
J R Kirshnamoorthy, S Ranganathan
July-September 2000, 45(3):125-126
Antipityosporum activity of a herbal drug combination of Wrighria tinctoria and Hibiscus rosasinensis was tested in vitro against the isolates of Pityrosporum ovale recovered from dandruff. The drug combination exhibited fungicidal activity at a concentration ranging between 500 to1000 pg/ml.
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A Study Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases With Application Of Syndromic Approach
Hasan Hana Choudhury, M M Huda, Pawan Bajaj
July-September 2000, 45(3):118-120
The pattern of sexually transmitted diseases in Assam Medical College was studied for a period of one year. The incidence of sexually transmitted diseases was 1.43%. Out of 150 patients the number of patients with genitoulcerative diseases was syphilis 27 (18%), herpes genitalis 26(17.33%), condyloma acuminate 30 (20%), chancroid 11 (7.33%), donovanosis 2(1.33%) and LGV 1(0.67%). Patients with urethral or vaginal discharge comprised of gonorrhoea 4(2.67%) Vulvovaginitis 14 (9.33%), NGU 12(8.00%), trichomoniasis 2(1.33%), balanoposthitis 17(11.33%).
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Giant Cutaneous Horn
Shally Gupta, Devinder M Thappa, Sirisha Singh, Gomathy Sethuraman, Chaganti Ratnakar
July-September 2000, 45(3):149-150
A case of giant cutaneous horn arising over verruca vulgaris on the chest is reported
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A Study On Combination Therapy With Puvasol And Topical Corticosteroid In Psoriasis Vulgaris Involving Scalp
P K Kar, Rama C V Sastry
July-September 2000, 45(3):130-135
The efficacy and safety of betamethsone dipropionate 0.05% with salicylic acid 2% scalp lotion was evaluated in patients with moderate to server scalp psoriasis. Out of 150 patients with scalp psoriasis 75 Patients received PUVASOL alone and 75 patients received PUVASOL along with lotion 0.05% betamethsone dipropionate with 2% salicylic acid scalp application for3 weeks. The erythema, indurations, scales application for 3 weeks treatment course with combination therapy. At the end of therapy, 59(78.6%) of those patients receiving combination therapy had 75% improvement of their scalp psoriasis versus 26(34.6%) nose patients using PUVASOL alone. Complete clearing of the scalp was seen in 28 (37.3%) patients receiving therapy and 10 (13.3%) cases receiving treated with topical betamethasone dipropionate with salicylic acid appears to be safe and an effective treatment for scalp psoriasis.
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Rajarshi Mukhopadhyay, Subhankar Chowdhury
July-September 2000, 45(3):108-113
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Tender Subcutaneous Nodules In A Female Patient-Is It Simple Panniculitis
Ranju Rai, Sanjeev Handa, Anil Bhanasli, Rajeshekhar Reddy, Rakesh Kochhar, Paramjeet Singh
July-September 2000, 45(3):138-140
A 48 year old Postmenopausal woman with asymptomatic pancreatitis developed tender subcutaneous nodules with fat necrosis. Thus panniculitis may be the first presenting feature of an asymptomatic pancreatic disease. In any case of panniculitis detailed work up should be done to rule out underlying associated pathology. Treatment of Pancreatitis in our patient resulted in resolution of her skin lesions.
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Airborne Contact Dermatitis To Epoxy Resin
M Ramesh, Shrutakirthi D Shenoi, Satish Pai, A Sandra
July-September 2000, 45(3):114-142
A 27 year old male employed in a paint industry who developed airborne contact dermatitis to epoxy resin is being reported.
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Purpura Annularis Telangiectoides
Iffat Hassan, Parvaiz Shah
July-September 2000, 45(3):143-144
A 40 year old male developed pigmented patches on both legs for last 4 months. These non blaching lesions with telangiectses at the periphery were mostly annular in shape but a few were arciform. Some lesions showed central atrophy. History and systemic examination were noncontributory and there was no associated varicosity. Clinical and histological assessements diagnosed the case as purpura annularis telangiectoids or Majochi’s disease.
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Atypcal Crusted Scabies Associated With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
A V Kaleeswaran, V R Janaki, G Sentamilselvi, C N Pandurangan
July-September 2000, 45(3):151-152
A case of crusted scabies with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection with atypical clinical manifestations along with histopathological features is described.
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Text Book Of Dermatology Venereology And Leprology
Devinder Mohan Thappa
July-September 2000, 45(3):159-159
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Fluorouracil As Topical Agent In The Treatment Of Anogenital Warts
S P Chattopadhyay
July-September 2000, 45(3):121-122
Viral warts are difficult to treat. In this study the efficacy of 5% 5 fluorouracil cream in condyloma acuminata and other types of verrucae was compared to their standard mode is therapy, viz., podophyllin for the former and electrodessications for the later. It was seen that 5% 5 fluorouracil cream was superior to local application of 25% podophyllin in tine benzoin in the treatment of condyloma acuminata with low rate of recurrence, whereas this method is successful only in 30% of cases of verruca vulgaris without any recurrence.
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Acrokeratoelastoidosis With Severe Anaemia
Rashmi Sarkar, Gurvinder P Thami, Amrinder J Kanwar
July-September 2000, 45(3):145-146
Acrokeratoelastoidosis is an uncommon marginal keratoderma of sporadic or familial origin. We report here an interesting case of the severe from of acrokeratoelastoidosis in an elderly patient associated with severe anemia and acroosteolysis.
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Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome With Naevus Unius Lateris
M Chanda, D N Gangopadhyay, S Senapati, R N Dutta
July-September 2000, 45(3):147-148
A case of Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome with naevus unius lateris is reported here for this rare association. Search of Indian literature failed to show any such report in the past.
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Reactive Perforating Collagenosis In Borderline Lepromatous Leprosy
Vibhu Mendiratta, Rashmi Sarkar, R C Sharma
July-September 2000, 45(3):136-137
A 55 year old male having borderline lepromatous leprosy receiving MB-MDT for one and half year developed several keratoic papules and plaques with central plug and scar formation, mainly on his extremities. Histopathology form the lesion was consistent with reactive perforating collagenosis. Trivial trauma from scratching might have resulted in this phenomenon.
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Pyoderma Gangrenosum : Report Of Four Cases
Mamta, Amrinder J Kanwar, Gurvinder P Thami
July-September 2000, 45(3):127-129
Four male patients of pyoderma gangrenosum were observed over a period of 1 year. Their age ranged between 24 to42 years. No associated systemic involvement could be detected in any of the patients. The response to corticosteroids was excellent. One patient showed dramatic response to high dose corticosteroid pulse.
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Naevus Flammeus Masquerading As Plexiform Neurofibroma
G Sethuraman, B Jeevankumar, K Karthikeyan, D.M Thappa
July-September 2000, 45(3):160-161
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Dermatology And Law
Devinder Mohan Thappa
July-September 2000, 45(3):114-117
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Review Of Current Literature
Sandipan Dhar
July-September 2000, 45(3):154-156
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