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April-June 2019 | Vol 20 | Issue 2

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CME Article
Prevention of atopic dermatitis: Etiological considerations and identification of potential strategies
Research during the last decade has given many new insights into factors contributing to the development and evolution of atopic dermatitis (AD). Factors identified include skin barrier defects, pro...
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Review Article
Disorders of nail in infants and children
Nail disorders in infants and children do not contribute to substantial pediatric consultations as they are relatively uncommon. Nail changes are often missed as specific nail examination is not rou...
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Review of Current Literature
Hot Topics in Paediatric Dermatology
Factors Predicting the Course of Atopic Dermatitis Through Childhood Recently, in a study by Thorsteinsdottir et al., genetic, clinical, and environmental factors associated with the...
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Review Article
Childhood leprosy: A review
Leprosy in children is of special importance as it is the indicator of transmission in community. It affects both the child and family members psychologically and functionally. In this review, we wi...
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Original Article
A study assessing the knowledge, attitude, and practices of parents regarding childhood hypopigmented lesions
Background: Pigmentary disorders are believed to be the most common group of dermatoses in the pediatric age group. Loss of pigment can have a profound psychological impact on parents of the ...
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Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology, a publication of Indian Society for Paediatric Dermatology, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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