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July-September 2016 | Vol 17 | Issue 3

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Annular erythema in pediatric population
The term Annular Erythema encompases a great number of entity which commonly present as annular lesions. Differention of one from another is sometimes difficult. Consideration of different aspects suc...
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Combination treatment of extensive and recalcitrant alopecia areata with oral and topical steroids with topical minoxidil: An open-label study of efficacy and safety in pediatric patients
Background: Alopecia areata (AA) is an autoimmune disorder characterized by nonscarring alopecia affecting scalp and body hair. Treatment of AA in pediatric age group is challenging because of ...
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A clinico-epidemiological study of dermatoses in pediatric HIV patients in a tertiary care center
Introduction: Cutaneous lesions are very common in pediatric HIV infection, and many of the dermatoses are linked to the underlying levels of CD4 counts. Aims: The primary aim was to st...
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Profile of childhood vitiligo with associated ocular abnormalities in South India
Background: Vitiligo is a systemic autoimmune disease due to the loss of melanocytes from the epidermis. Very few reports in the literature are available about the ocular findings and associate...
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Early neonatal dermatoses: A study among 1260 babies delivered at a tertiary care center in South India
Introduction: A variety of lesions which may be transient, physiological, or pathological may be present during the neonatal period. However, most of these conditions are benign and self-limiti...
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