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January-March 2018 | Vol 19 | Issue 1

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Vascular birthmarks: A hidden world behind a word
A confusing nomenclature concerning the subject of vascular birthmark and angiomas lead (and leads!) to the consequence that parents with children affected by this kind of disorders become medical nom...
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Review Article
Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis in children
SJS and TEN are diseases characterised by epidermal detachment and necrolysis predominantly of drug induced etiology. SJS/TEN begins with a prodrome of fever, malaise, anorexia, pharyngitis, and heada...
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Original Article
Effect of occurrence of vitiligo in children over quality of life of their families: A hospital-based study using family dermatology life quality index
Introduction: Vitiligo in an adult patient has a profound effect on the quality of life (QoL) of that particular patient. Although it is known that vitiligo in adult patient affects QoL in thei...
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Original Article
Prevalence of dermatoses among the tribal children studying in residential schools of South Chhattisgarh, India
Introduction: Dermatoses are common among schoolgoing children and lead to significant morbidity. Objective: The present study was conducted to find the prevalence of various dermatoses ...
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Original Article
Childhood leprosy in the postelimination era: A vision achieved or a concern growing at large
Background: The proportion of childhood leprosy has been gaining importance of late as a performance indicator of the National Leprosy Eradication Program. A sizable proportion of the newly det...
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