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January-March 2022 | Vol 23 | Issue 1

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Now it is time to say goodbye!
After 9 years of my service as an Editor-in-chief, it is now time to hang up my boots. From January 2013 to December 2021 is quite a long journey, a journey that has extracted the best of my abiliti...
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CME Article
Counseling strategies in atopic dermatitis: How best can they be integrated in dermatological practice?
The time-centered routine consultations have been shown to be inadequate in imparting the necessary knowledge and practical skills for the children and the family suffering from atopic dermatitis. T...
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Review Article
Terminology in trichology
“Terminology in Trichology” is a concise guide to the essential language of trichology. It has been written with the aim of making readers aware of commonly used terms in trichology. It ...
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Review Article
Antihistamines in children: A dermatological perspective
Antihistamines are widely used drugs in pediatric population. First-generation antihistamines have been in use since last many years, though adequate data on their efficacy and safety in pediatric p...
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Original Article
Should all infantile hemangiomas be treated? − Time to learn, unlearn, and relearn
Introduction: The quality of life of both the child and their caretakers has been noted to be adversely affected by visible birthmarks and resultant scarring, particularly in areas that canno...
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  Indian Journal of Paediatric Dermatology
ISSN - Print: 2319-7250,
Online: 2319-7269

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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