Muthu Sendhil Kumaran

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AIM The objective of this study was to assess autologous serum skin test (ASST) vs autologous plasma skin test (APST) response in chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) patients and study the significance of intensity of positive responses in relation to clinicoepidemiological parameters. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred CSU patients and 100 age and(More)
It is well-known that syphilis is a sexually-transmitted or an inherited infection. Syphilis in preschoolers is rarely described in modern medical literature. Our case represents the difficulty or dilemma faced by dermatologists after diagnosing syphilis in a girl child due to inability of the young children to provide a history of sexual abuse and more(More)
Childhood vitiligo differs from the adults by showing a higher incidence in females, segmental vitiligo being more common and less frequent association with other systemic autoimmune and endocrine disorders. Childhood vitiligo is often associated with a marked psychosocial and long lasting effect on the self-esteem of the affected children and their(More)
BACKGROUND Numerous therapeutic options have been tried in the management of melasma. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This prospective randomized study was planned to assess the efficacy of low potency triple combination (TC) cream (TC-hydroquinone 2%/tretinoin 0.05%/fluocinolone 0.01%) versus glycolic acid (GA) peels/azelaic acid (AA) 20% cream (GA/AA) combination(More)
A 45-year old woman presented with a 2-day history of intensely itchy, erythematous wheals over her scalp and around her eyes, ears, and front of the chest. She had applied hair color and immediately developed hives on the scalp, face, and chest with rhinitis and redness in the eyes. The lesions recovered within a half hour of taking a cetirizine 10-mg(More)
the medical record but was not standardized, the follow-up criterion of interest was " general improvement " in erythro-melalgia without obtaining further details, and many patients were using other medications. Nonetheless, these results suggest that a topical preparation of midodrine, 0.2%, is well tolerated and improves symptoms of erythromelalgia.(More)
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