Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Indian Journal of Dermatology, Volume 54, Number 1, p.72-74 (2009)

URL:

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Keywords:

adult, analgesia, article, blurred vision, case report, clinical feature, cold exposure, constipation, drug efficacy, drug pulse therapy, drug tolerability, dysuria, human, leiomyoma, male, micturition disorder, nifedipine, pain, scopolamine butyl bromide, skin biopsy, xerostomia

Abstract:

A 35-year-old male patient presented to our outpatient department, complaining of multiple, raised skin lesions on the forehead and back, associated with intermittent pain, especially on exposure to cold. A diagnosis of cutaneous leiomyoma (type 2 segmental) was made, which was confirmed by skin biopsy. The patient was started on a trial of pulsed Hyoscine Butyl bromide tablets, following which the patient had significant relief from pain associated with the lesions.

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Cite this Research Publication

F. Kaliyadan, Manoj, J., and Dharmaratnam, A. D., “Multiple cutaneous leiomyomas: Pain relief with pulsed hysocine butyl bromide”, Indian Journal of Dermatology, vol. 54, pp. 72-74, 2009.