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October-December 2017 | Vol 18 | Issue 4

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CME Article
Alopecia areata: Update on management
Alopecia areata (AA) is a common autoimmune nonscarring alopecia. AA presents heterogeneously and is influenced by both environmental and genetic factors. Diagnosis is clinical after ruling out othe...
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Review Article
Inherited epidermolysis bullosa: A multisystem disease of skin and mucosae fragility
Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a blistering disorder that can be autosomic or dominantly inherited and has a wide spectrum of clinical presentations. The most recent classification divides EB into fo...
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Original Article
The clinico-epidemiological profile of atopic dermatitis in residential schoolchildren: A study from South Chhattisgarh, India
Introduction: Atopic dermatitis is a chronic, inflammatory, relapsing skin disorder with early age of onset in infancy and early childhood. Objective: The present study was conducted...
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IJPD Symposium
Treatment guidelines for atopic dermatitis by Indian Society for Pediatric Dermatology task force 2016 - Part-2: Topical therapies in atopic dermatitis
These guidelines are prepared by ISPD task force. It reflects the groups' experience, opinion and recommendation on the current treatment of atopic dermatitis in the Indian scenario. Dis...
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Original Article
Pattern of pediatric dermatoses in Northeast India
Background: The prevalence of pediatric skin diseases varies worldwide. Pediatric dermatoses require a separate view from adult dermatoses as there are important differences in clinical prese...
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