2017
DOI: 10.18203/issn.2455-4529.intjresdermatol20172207
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A retrospective study on the incidence of non-venereal genital dermatoses in patients attending STI clinic at a tertiary care centre

Abstract: <p class="abstract"><strong>Background:</strong> To study the clinical and epidemiological pattern of occurrence of non-venereal genital dermatoses among the patients attending STI clinic. Also an attempt was made to know the level of awareness among the patients studied and the level of psychological impact on the affected persons before they were diagnosed as anon venerealdermatoses.</p><p class="abstract"><strong>Methods:</strong> A study was conducted among 125 pat… Show more

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“…It is similar to a previous study where it was 2% [14]. Whether in other studies it is slightly high (10%) [13]. Maybe the disproportionate usage of topical corticosteroid-containing fixed-dose combination preparations is a reason for that.…”
Section: Pramanik Et Alsupporting
confidence: 89%
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“…It is similar to a previous study where it was 2% [14]. Whether in other studies it is slightly high (10%) [13]. Maybe the disproportionate usage of topical corticosteroid-containing fixed-dose combination preparations is a reason for that.…”
Section: Pramanik Et Alsupporting
confidence: 89%
“…In our study, all the patients with epidermal cysts were in this group except one old patient who came with calcinosis. It was 5-14% in previous studies [3,13,14].…”
Section: Pramanik Et Almentioning
confidence: 72%
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“…reported 5.7%. [ 11 12 13 ] Phthiriasis pubis was reported by Bignell in 2% and Hart reported 1.1% in their studies. [ 14 15 ]…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%