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July-September 2015 | Vol 16 | Issue 3

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CME Article
The role of patient (parent) education and counseling in pediatric dermatology practice
Effective treatment and management of any dermatoses is dependent not just on simple prescription of medicines to a patient. Adequate education and counseling are equally important when it comes to ...
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Review Article
A comprehensive classification and abbreviated update of neonatal dermatological entities
The rapidly adapting neonatal skin, being anatomically and physiologically distinct from that of an adult, may exhibit a variety of entities ranging from mild and/or self-limiting ones to the severe...
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Case Report
Pigmented xerodermoid
Pigmented xerodermoid is a variant of xeroderma pigmentosum (XP-V). It occurs at a later age with the onset in the third or fourth decade of life in comparison to XP which mostly becomes manifest wi...
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Clinical study of cutaneous infection in children: Changing trends
Introduction: Cutaneous infection forms an important component of all dermatological practice including children. The infection will reflect the status of health, hygiene, personal cleanlines...
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Case Report
Xeroderma pigmentosum: Composite cutaneous malignancies A nightmare
Xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), is an autosomal recessive genetic disorder of enzymes in which the ability to repair damage caused to DNA by UV light is deficient. As this disorder is commonly due to ex...
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