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January-March 2016  | Vol 9 |  Issue 1    RSS Feed
 
Editorial
Innovations and simulations in dermatosurgery
Niti Khunger
Innovation technically means something new; a new idea, method or device. [1] It may be an absolutely new way of doing things, an improvisation of an existing procedure or instrument or even a small m...
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Review Article
Classifications of patterned hair loss: a review
Mrinal Gupta, Venkataram Mysore
Patterned hair loss is the most common cause of hair loss seen in both the sexes after puberty. Numerous classification systems have been proposed by various researchers for grading purposes. These sy...
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Original Article
Is lesional stability in vitiligo more important than disease stability for performing surgical interventions? results from a multicentric study
Imran Majid, Venkataram Mysore, Thurakkal Salim, Koushik Lahiri, Manas Chatterji, Niti Khunger, Suresh Talwar, S Sachhidanand, Shyamanta Barua
Background: Ensuring stability of the disease process is essential for undertaking surgical intervention in vitiligo. However, there is no consensus regarding the minimum duration of stability ...
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