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  • Title: Indian Journal of Dermatology: Free full text articles from Indian J Dermatol
    Descriptive info: .. Publication of.. IADVL, WB.. Official organ of.. AADV.. IJD.. Users online:.. 39.. Home.. Editorial Board.. Current Issue.. Archives.. Coming Soon.. Guidelines.. Subscriptions.. e-Alerts.. Login.. Published since 1955,.. Indian Journal of Dermatology (IJD.. ).. , (ISSN: Print-.. 0019-5154.. , Online -.. 1998-3611.. ) is the.. oldest living journal of Dermatology in Asia.. which is being published uninterruptedly under the same name since its inception and continues to be one of the pioneer medical journals from India.. It is, in fact, one of the oldest peer-reviewed journals dedicated to this particular discipline.. The journal publishes information relating to skin, its ailments and different modes of therapeutics.. It also carries articles on Leprosy, STI and HIV/AIDS.. In 1962, it became the.. first indexed Dermatology Journal from Asia.. 1965, it became the official organ of the then.. Dermatological Society of India.. From 1973, it is being published by.. Indian Association of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists, West Bengal State branch.. became the official organ of.. from May-June 2012  ...   Alka Dogra, Amanjot Kaur Arora.. Nail involvement is an extremely common feature of psoriasis and affects approximately 10-78% of psoriasis patients with 5-10% of patients having isolated nail psoriasis.. However, it is often an overl.. [Abstract].. |.. [HTML Full text].. [PDF].. [Mobile HTML Full text].. [EPub].. Basic Research.. Human papillomavirus deoxyribonucleic acid may not be detected in non-genital benign papillomatous skin lesions by polymerase chain reaction.. Kamyab Hesari Kambiz, Davoodi Kaveh, Damavandi Maede, Ayatollahi Hossein, Aghazadeh Nessa, Rahbar Ziba, Ghanadan Alireza.. Background:.. Papillomatosis is a known histopathologic pattern usually seen in human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and verruca vulgaris is the typical example.. This pattern is also detected in.. Read more.. SEARCH.. Articles.. Simple Search.. Advanced Search.. ABOUT.. Journal.. The Journal.. The Association.. QUICK.. Links.. Apply as Referee.. Site Statistics.. DermaLinks.. Book of Abstracts.. Search Meetings.. About us.. Contact us.. Sitemap.. Advertise.. What's New.. Feedback.. Copyright and Disclaimer.. © 2005 - 2014 Indian Journal of Dermatology | Published by.. Medknow.. Online since 17.. th.. Sep 2000..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Dermatology: Editorial Board
    Descriptive info: 25.. Editorial Board.. Editorial Board - 2014.. Editor.. Koushik Lahiri.. IADVL,WB State Branch.. Moon Plaza.. Flat 2E, 2.. nd.. Floor.. 62 Lenin Sarani.. Kolkata-700013.. India.. Tel: +91 33 2227 7553.. E-mail:.. editor@e-ijd.. org.. drkoushiklahiri@gmail.. com.. Website:.. www.. Editor Emeritus.. Sandipan Dhar.. Executive Editor.. Saumya Panda.. Deputy Editors.. Nilay Kanti Das.. Nilendu Sarma.. Sudip Kumar Ghosh.. Associate Editors:.. Arghya Prasun Ghosh.. Manas Chatterjee.. Abhishek De.. Ombudsman.. Sujit Ranjan Sengupta.. Special Advisor, Clinical trials.. Hywel Williams, UK.. Ex-Officio.. Asok Kumar Ghoshal, President, IADVL, WB.. Satyendra Nath Chowdhury, Hony.. Secretary, IADVL, WB.. Members.. Aloke Kumar Roy.. Amiya Kumar Mukhopadhyay.. Gautam Banerjee.. Gobinda Chatterjee.. Jayanta Das.. Kisalay Ghosh.. Partha Mukhopadhyay.. Pijush Kanti Datta.. Raghubir Banerjee.. Sanjay Rathi.. Srabani Ghosh Zoha.. Sudip Das.. Sujata Sengupta.. Sumit Sen.. Susmit Haldar.. Tanumay Raychaudhury.. Statistical Editor.. Rabindranath Jana.. Editorial Interns.. Ayan Samanta.. Samujjala Deb.. Editorial Advisory Board Members.. NATIONAL.. A J Kanwar.. A K Bajaj.. Archana Singal.. Arijit Coondoo.. D M Thappa.. Debabrata Bandyopadhyay.. Deepak Parikh.. Dwijendra Nath Gangopadhyay.. G Sentamilselvi.. Gopal Behari Mukherjee.. Gurmohan Singh.. H R Jerajani.. Jayakar Thomas.. Joseph Sundaram.. Jyoti Nath.. Kiran Godse.. Manabbrata Majumder.. Murlidhar Rajagopalan.. Mysore Venkatram.. P Sugathan.. Ramesh Bhat.. Rashmi Sarkar.. Rathindra Nath Dutta.. S Premalatha.. Salil K Panja.. Sanjay  ...   El-Tonsy, Egypt.. Noufal Raboobee, South Africa.. Omid Zargari, Iran.. Prasad Kumarasinghe, Sri Lanka.. Rafael Falabella, Columbia.. Rebat M Halder, USA.. Robert Schwartz, USA.. Robin Graham Brown, UK.. Siba Prasad Raychaudhuri, USA.. Steven Emmet, USA.. Terence J Ryan, UK.. Thomas Ruzicka, Germany.. Torello Lotti, Italy.. Tran Hau Khang, Vietnam.. Uwe Wollina, Germany.. Editorial manager.. Tapas Kayal.. Editorial office staff.. Swapan Kumar Dey.. Khageswar Das.. Past Editors.. 1.. Prof.. G.. Panja.. 1955 - 1959.. [ Vol 1(1) - Vol 5(1) ].. 2.. B.. N.. Banerjee.. 1960 - 1971.. [ Vol 5(2) - Vol 17(2) ].. 3.. Dr.. K.. D.. Lahiri.. 1972 - 1974.. [ Vol 17(3) - Vol 19(3) ].. 4.. S.. K.. Ghosh.. 1974 - 1976.. [ Vol 19(4) - Vol 21(4) ].. 5.. J.. Majumder.. 1976 - 1979.. [ Vol 22(1) - Vol 24(4) ].. 6.. A.. Dutta.. 1980 - 1985.. [ Vol 25(1) - Vol 30(4) ].. 7.. 1986 - 1994.. [ Vol 31(1) - Vol 39(4) ].. 8.. Haldar.. 1995 - 1999.. [ Vol 40(1) - Vol 44(4) ].. 9.. 2000-2005.. [ Vol 45(1) - Vol 50(4) ].. 10.. 2006.. [ Vol 51(1) - ].. 11.. 2006-2011.. [ Vol 51(2) Vol56(6)].. Search.. Dermalinks.. Addresses.. My Preferences.. Online Submission..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Dermatology: Table of Contents
    Descriptive info: Login.. Table of Contents.. Author Institution Mapping.. Reviewer Institution Mapping.. Citations.. Access Statistics.. View as eBook.. Total articles.. : 2659,.. Full text.. : 2254.. Figures next to 'Accessed' indicate the number of times the articles in that issue have been viewed on this site.. Most popular articles.. Most cited articles.. Vol.. 59.. 2014.. Issue 4 (Jul-Aug).. Page Nos.. 319-424.. Accessed - 11065.. Issue 3 (May-Jun).. 213-318.. Accessed - 16649.. Issue 2 (Mar-Apr).. 107-211.. Accessed - 25607.. Issue 1 (Jan-Feb).. 1-106.. Accessed - 29761.. 58.. 2013.. Issue 6 (Nov-Dec).. 413-493.. Accessed - 24735.. Issue 5 (Sep-Oct).. 331-412.. Accessed - 48726.. 249-330.. Accessed - 42114.. 167-248.. Accessed - 69451.. 87-165.. Accessed - 61902.. 1-85.. Accessed - 34403.. 57.. 2012.. 419-504.. Accessed - 59091.. 335-418.. Accessed - 46299.. 251-334.. Accessed - 54241.. 167-250.. Accessed - 43749.. 83-166.. Accessed - 35533.. 1-81.. Accessed - 63966.. 56.. 2011.. 613-777.. Accessed - 75002.. 471-608.. Accessed - 79873.. 363-466.. Accessed - 60976.. 259-359.. Accessed - 84743.. 137-252.. Accessed - 46799.. 1-123.. Accessed - 102617.. 55.. 2010.. Issue 4 (Oct-Dec).. 313-412.. Accessed - 88296.. Issue 3 (Jul-Sep).. 205-311.. Accessed - 115809.. Issue 2 (Apr-Jun).. 127-204.. Accessed - 76138.. Issue 1 (Jan-Mar).. 1-122.. Accessed - 90731.. 54.. 2009.. Suppl 1 (Jan).. s1-s85.. Accessed - 86363.. 303-393.. Accessed - 134779.. 201-302.. Accessed - 77425.. 99-200.. Accessed - 81541.. 1-97.. Accessed - 139290.. 53.. 2008.. 163-224.. Accessed - 96426.. 103-161.. Accessed - 71871.. 49-102.. Accessed - 108793.. 1-44.. Accessed - 81216.. 52.. 2007.. 169-213.. Accessed - 93379.. 125-166.. Accessed - 79342.. 71-121.. Accessed - 114395.. 1-68.. Accessed - 126654.. 51.. 235-298.. Accessed - 117747.. 171-224.. Accessed - 120875.. 87-157.. Accessed - 191289.. 5-73.. Accessed - 133136.. 50.. 2005.. 179-240.. Accessed - 105974.. 113-175.. Accessed - 172881.. 57-109.. Accessed - 8206.. 1-56.. Accessed - 7667.. 49.. 2004.. 165-217.. Accessed - 11584.. 109-164.. Accessed - 10656.. 51-108.. Accessed - 10090.. Issue 1 (Jan-Apr).. 1-50.. Accessed - 8324.. 48.. 2003.. 185-248.. Accessed - 8244.. 125-184.. Accessed - 10043.. 63-124.. Accessed - 10827.. 1-62.. Accessed - 9452.. 47.. 2002..  ...   (Apr-Jun).. 37-63.. Accessed - 8216.. 25-36.. Accessed - 1690.. 3-21.. Accessed - 5038.. 37.. 1992.. 35-52.. Accessed - 4659.. 18-32.. Accessed - 7665.. 2-15.. Accessed - 4916.. 2-27.. Accessed - 4778.. 36.. 1991.. 59-98.. Accessed - 6750.. 21-58.. Accessed - 9050.. 1-20.. Accessed - 4828.. 35.. 1990.. 111-256.. Accessed - 19500.. 34.. 1989.. 48-91.. Accessed - 8455.. 25-43.. Accessed - 3256.. 1-21.. Accessed - 4305.. 33.. 1988.. 33-47.. Accessed - 4035.. 18-54.. Accessed - 11432.. 32.. 1987.. 57-79.. Accessed - 5393.. 31-51.. Accessed - 7256.. 5-22.. Accessed - 3434.. 31.. 1986.. 61-79.. 5-37.. Accessed - 4603.. 30.. 1985.. Issue 4 (Oct).. 3-10.. Accessed - 2441.. Issue 3 (Jul).. 3-41.. Accessed - 5167.. Issue 2 (Apr).. 25-51.. Accessed - 3579.. Issue 1 (Jan).. Accessed - 3715.. 29.. 1984.. 1-51.. Accessed - 4623.. 1-22.. Accessed - 5134.. 1-23.. Accessed - 4793.. 1-30.. Accessed - 5512.. 28.. 1983.. 133-81.. Accessed - 5611.. 91-101.. Accessed - 5414.. 47-72.. Accessed - 3810.. Accessed - 3788.. 27.. 1982.. 115-52.. Accessed - 5037.. 77-92.. Accessed - 4347.. 45-59.. Accessed - 2016.. 1-40.. Accessed - 7009.. 26.. 1981.. 1-34.. Accessed - 4490.. Accessed - 1952.. 27-32.. Accessed - 1887.. Accessed - 2406.. 25.. 1980.. Accessed - 2911.. 1-9.. Accessed - 1739.. 24.. 1979.. Issue 5 (Oct).. Accessed - 3754.. Issue 4 (Jul).. 51-9.. Accessed - 1210.. Issue 3 (Apr).. 31-41.. Accessed - 2005.. Issue 2 (Jan).. 13-27.. Accessed - 1737.. Issue 1 (Oct).. 1-12.. Accessed - 1961.. 23.. 1978.. 51-60.. Accessed - 1419.. 35-40.. Accessed - 1718.. 21-31.. Accessed - 1704.. Accessed - 2400.. 22.. 1977.. 139-62.. Accessed - 2650.. 121-30.. Accessed - 2528.. 99-107.. Accessed - 2473.. 81-92.. Accessed - 2368.. 21.. 1976.. 57-62.. Accessed - 3015.. 33-54.. Accessed - 6390.. 29-44.. Accessed - 3321.. Accessed - 3367.. 20.. 1975.. 69-72.. Accessed - 2464.. 47-65.. Accessed - 3470.. Accessed - 2385.. Accessed - 2322.. 19.. 1974.. 77-91.. Accessed - 1826.. 59-72.. Accessed - 6184.. Accessed - 2578.. © 2005 - Indian Journal of Dermatology | Published by.. Online since 25.. November '05..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Dermatology: Table of Contents
    Descriptive info: Coming soon.. PHOTO QUIZ.. Multiple painful nodules in a segmental distribution in a middle aged female.. EDITORIAL.. Development of a guideline to approach plagiarism in Indian scenario.. Vascular tumor on the forehead of an HIV patient : a case report.. TOPICAL CORTICOSTEROID MISUSE – THE INDIAN SCENARIO (SYMPOSIUM EDITORIAL).. REVIEW ARTICLE.. Treatment of pediculosis capitis.. Neonatal pustular dermatosis: An overview.. Novel Medical Strategies Combating Non Melanoma Skin Cancer.. Oral Lichenoid Lesions – A review and update.. Titanium Allergy : A Literature Review.. Biologics in Dermatology- An integrated review.. Dermatoses due to Indian cultural practices.. BASIC RESEARCH.. Bacterial Contamination in Cutaneous Leishmaniasis: Its Effect on the Lesions’ Healing Course.. Mycetoma in Iran: Causative Agents and Geographic Distribution.. Evaluation of pH of Bathing Soaps & Shampoos for skin and hair care.. Immunohistochemical Expression Of Cathepsin L In Atopic Dermatitis And Lichen Planus.. Serum prolactin levels in psoriasis and its association with disease activity: a case controlled study.. DERMATOPATHOLOGY ROUND.. Subcutaneous histopathologic findings of positive pathergy test in Behçet’s disease.. AMELANOTIC MELANOMA MASQUERADING AS A SUPERFICIAL SMALL ROUND CELL TUMOR: A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE.. Epidermal Inclusion cyst embedded in a Recurrent Benign Fibrous Histiocytoma.. Margins in Skin Excision Biopsies: Principles and Guidelines.. Neurotized congenital melanocytic nevus resembling a pigmented neurofibroma.. IJD SYMPOSIUM.. Ethical Use of Topical Corticosteroids.. TOPICAL CORTICOSTEROID ADDICTION AND PHOBIA.. SYSTEMIC SIDE-EFFECTS OF TOPICAL CORTICOSTEROIDS.. TOPICAL STEROID DAMAGED SKIN.. ORIGINAL ARTICLE.. A clinico-bacteriological study of pyodermas at a tertiary health centre of South-West Rajasthan.. Erythromycin as a Safe and Effective Treatment for Erythema Annulare Centrifugum.. Role of Interleukin- 2 in Uremic Pruritus Among Attendants of AL-Zahraa Hospital Dialysis Unit.. Comparison of Bacillary Index on Slit skin smear with Bacillary Index of Granuloma in Leprosy and its relevance to present therapeutic regimens.. Skin Prick Test In Patients With Chronic Allergic Skin Disorders.. The Oxidant and Antioxidant Status in Pityriasis Rosea.. The efficacy of topical 0.. 1% adapalene gel for use in the treatment of childhood acanthosis nigricans, a pilot study.. Pulmonary Involvement in Systemic Sclerosis: An Imaging study from Kashmir.. Hand, foot and mouth disease in Udaipur, and a brief review of Indian literature.. Hepcidin expression in psoriasis patients.. CORRELATION OF C-REACTIVE PROTEIN LEVELS WITH SEVERITY OF CHRONIC URTICARIA.. 12.. Trichoscopic findings in scalp psoriasis and seborrhoeic dermatitis; two new signs; signet ring vessel and hidden hair.. 13.. CORRELATION OF SKIN CHANGES WITH HORMONAL CHANGES IN POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME : A PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL STUDY.. 14.. Severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions: A clinicoepidemiological study.. 15.. Is Frictional lichenoid dermatitis(FLE) a minor variant of Atopic Dermatitis or a photodermatoses.. 16.. No Evidence of Human Papilloma Virus Infection in Basal Cell Carcinoma.. 17.. Pattern of childhood onset vitiligo at a tertiary care centre in South- West Rajasthan.. 18.. Decreased vitamin B12 and folic acid concentrations in acne patients after isotretinoin therapy: a controlled study.. 19.. Evaluation of the Association between Epstein-Barr virus and Mycosis fungoides.. 20.. Dermoscopic Changes of Melanocytic Nevi after Psoralen-ultraviolet A and Narrow-band Ultraviolet B Phototherapy.. 21.. An open label prospective randomized trial to compare the efficacy of coal tar-salicylic acid ointment versus calcipotriol/betamethasone dipropionate ointment in the treatment of limited chronic plaque psoriasis.. 22.. A clinical study of the skin changes in pregnancy in Kashmir valley of North India: A hospital based study.. 23.. Multifaceted Adult T cell leukemia/lymphoma in India – A case series.. 24.. Quality of Life and Psychological Morbidity In Vitiligo Patients – A study in a teaching hospital from North-East India.. ACNE VULGARIS AND QUALITY OF LIFE AMONG YOUNG ADULTS IN SOUTH INDIA.. 26.. Analysis of related risk factors in atopic dermatitis patients - association with concomitant allergic diseases.. 27.. Evaluation of serum Homocysteine, high-sensitivity CRP, and RBC folate in patients with alopecia areata.. 28.. Gender differences in depression and anxiety amongst atopic dermatitis patients.. 29.. Efficacy of intralesional amphotericin B for the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis.. 30.. Clinico-mycological study of dermatophyte toenail onychomycosis in New Delhi, India.. 31.. A clinical and statistical survey of cutaneous changes in the first 120 hours of life.. 32.. Evaluation of Apoptosis in Skin Biopsies of Patients of Borderline Leprosy and Lepra Type1 Reaction.. 33.. Altered Serum uric acid level in lichen planus patients.. 34.. Oral manifestations of Vitiligo.. 35.. Leprosy scenario at a tertiary level hospital in Delhi – a five year study.. 36.. A study of desert dermatoses in the Thar desert region.. CASE REPORT.. Infection of face by Mycobacterium chelonae: an unusual presentation.. A case of Disseminated superficial porokeratosis associated with Giant porokeratosis in pregnancy.. A rare case of Cutaneous Larva Migrans due to Gnathostoma sp.. Psoriasis sparing the polio affected limb; is it merely the Koebner’s phenomenon?.. Solitary superficial acral angiomyxoma: an infrequently reported soft tissue tumor.. Multiple giant pilar cyst distributed over the body since childhood; A case Report.. CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKEMIA ARISING IN A PATIENT OF NEUROFIBROMATOSIS TYPE 1: A CASE REPORT.. FIXED DRUG ERUPTION DUE TO ORNIDAZOLE.. “Multiple Hamartoma syndrome: Clinico-Radiological evaluation and histo-pathological correlation with brief review of literature-a case report”.. ECCRINE SPIROADENOMA IN KNEE: A CASE REPORT.. Disseminated Kaposi’s Sarcoma with the involvement of penis in the setting of HIV infection.. Unusual presentation of Cutaneous Leiomyoma - A case report.. ASYMPTOMATIC SOLITARY CUTANEOUS MASTOCYTOMA : A RARE PRESENTATION.. Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus presenting as erythroderma.. Report of Two Cases of Recurrent Scalp Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans and Literature Review.. Chromoblastomycosis from a non endemic area and response to itraconazole: A case report.. Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans at an uncommon site.. Familial poikiloderma like cutenous amyloidosis :A case report.. Giant angioleiomyoma of knee presenting as painless ulcer: The first case report.. SENILE HEMANGIOMA OF THE LIPS.. RABSON MENDENHALL SYNDROME-A CASE REPORT.. An Innocent Giant.. Portal hypertension and an atypical reactive arthritis like presentation in a HCV genotype 3 patient -a case report.. Lymphocytic thrombophilic arteritis - an enigma.. Nodular erythema elevatum diutinum mimicking Kaposi’s sarcoma: another cutaneous marker of HIV infection.. Cutaneous Angiosarcoma of Head & Neck.. Aquagenic syringeal acrokeratoderma: a case report.. Bullous Lesions, Sweat Gland Necrosis and Rhabdomyolysis in Alcoholic Coma.. Basaloid squamous carcinoma of skin associated  ...   an old man.. 103.. A florid case of iatrogenic Cushingæs syndrome induced by topical steroid with osteoporosis and hypogonadism.. 104.. Bacillary angiomatosis in immunocompetent patient with atypical manifestations – A case report.. 105.. Multifocal Annular Tufted Angioma: an Uncommon Clinical Entity.. 106.. Recurrent pyogenic granulomas with underlying arteriovenous malformation: an exclusively rare entity.. 107.. Granular cell tumor : an uncommon benign neoplasm.. 108.. Extranodal NK/T-cell lymphoma mimicking erythema multiforme.. 109.. Remission of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis during Bevacizumab therapy for renal cell cancer.. 110.. A sporadic case of Ichthyosis Curth Macklin: rare presentation of a rare disease.. 111.. Solitary Ulcerated Congenital Giant Juvenile Xanthogranuloma.. HISTORY.. Chronicles of Gerhard-Henrik Armauer Hansen’s life and work.. RESIDENTÆS PAGE.. ANIMAL EPONYMS IN DERMATOLOGY.. Giant cells in dermatology.. “Thalidomide in Dermatology: Revisited.. FRUIT AND FOOD EPONYMS IN DERMATOLOGY.. Novel uses of skin biopsy punches in dermatosurgery.. THERAPEUTIC ROUND.. How effective is autologous serum therapy in Chronic Autoimmune Urticaria.. Efficacy of Targeted Narrowband UVB therapy in vitiligo.. Aquagenic keratoderma treated with tap water iontophoresis.. Autologous platelet rich plasma in pyoderma gangrenosum - 2 case reports.. Prolong Remission of Psoriasis with Azathioprine Pulse Therapy.. Topical adapalene in the treatment of plantar warts: randomized, comparative, open trial with cryo-therapy.. SHORT COMMUNICATION.. Concurrent hand-foot skin reaction and hair depigmentation with sunitinib: report of a case and literature review of kinase inhibitors and blocking antibodies.. VULVAL SWELLING A DIAGNOSTIC DILEMMA.. Successful treatment of giant basal cell carcinoma with topical Imiquimod 5% cream with long term follow-up.. Histology of psoriatic erythroderma in infants – analytical study of 8 cases.. Skip areas of retained melanin: A clue to the histopathological diagnosis of Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis.. Can systemically generated reactive oxygen species help to monitor disease activity in generalized vitiligo? – A pilot study.. Fluconazole-induced acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP).. Usefulness of MRI in delineation of dermal & subcutaneous verrucous hemangioma.. ISOLATED TENOSYNOVITIS AS A SOLE MANIFESTATION - THE GREAT MIMICKER STILL CONTINUES TO SURPRISE US.. The first report of KRT5 mutation underlying acantholytic Dowling-Degos disease with mottled hypopigmentation in an Indian family.. CORRESPONDENCE.. Addition of cyclosporin to adalimumab improved psoriasis and adalimumab-induced injection site reaction.. Primary Hydatid Cysts in the Soft Tissue.. Scleromyxedema associated with thyroid dysfunction.. Adverse reactions to tattoos.. Ulcerative cutaneous nodule as a presenting feature of recurrent thyroid carcinoma.. Sebaceoma of the conjunctiva presenting as a chalazion.. Dapsone-induced methemoglobinemia in a patient of Leprosy.. Cutaneous leucocytoclastic vasculitis and pulmonary tuberculosis: An uncommon association.. Papular mycosis fungoides: a case report and review in the literature.. Unusual presentation of Atrichia with papular lesions.. Grover’s disease with Acrosyringeal acantholysis: A rare histological presentation of an uncommon disease.. Systemic sarcoidosis diagnosed by panniculitis mimicking olecranon bursitis associated to fingertip calcinosis cutis.. Undiagnosed hirsutism associated MRKH syndrome in dermatology OPD.. Multiple fungal infection in a patient on chronic low dose corticotherapy.. Lymph node metastasis of a malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumour without distant metastasis.. Late-onset tufted angioma with remarkable response to pulse dye laser.. Incidence of skin rash in the new H7N9 influenza.. Effectiveness of a multidisciplinary itch clinic in the management of chronic pruritus.. Chronic expanding hematoma showing fluid-fluid level.. Disseminated cutaneous rhinosporidiosis: A polymorphic presentation in an immunocompetant patient.. Histology resembling mycosis fungoides in nodular scabies: a case report.. Phenytoin induced pellagroid dermatitis.. IgG4-related erythematous papular skin eruption of Mikulicz’s disease.. Scleromyxedema clinically resembling to scleroderma.. Rapid onset of Bullous erythema ab igne – A case report of atypical presentation.. Linear and whorled nevoid hypermelanosis with tetralogy of Fallot.. Acute generalized eczanthematous pustulosis secondary to azathioprine.. Acroangiodermatitis associated with iatrogenic arteriovenous fistula mimicking verruca vulgaris.. Unilateral blepharochalasis of right eye.. Agminated spitz nevus on sole of elderly: A rarity in scarcity.. Features of antihistamine-resistant chronic urticaria and chronic urticaria during exacerbation.. Bloom syndrome with extensive pulmonary involvement in a child.. Angio lymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia associated with pregnancy - a rare report.. A case of hyper immunoglobulinemia-E syndrome associated with scrotal tongue and intraoral hyperpigmentation.. An unusual case of neonatal Langerhans cell histiocytosis presenting with diffuse hemorrhagic nodules and a cutaneous abdominal mass.. Corn in systemic sclerosis - A poorly documented finding.. Recurrent purpuric patches on the limbs of an 18-year-old-woman: Gardner-Diamond syndrome.. Paraneoplastic dermatomyositis associated with gallbladder carcinoma: A case report and mini-review of the published work.. A cross sectional study of anti Hepatitis B antibody status in STD patients: need for improved immunization.. Vohwinkelæs syndrome: A rare disorder of keratinization.. “Busting” Urticaria with a “Burst” of Steroids.. Variant of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans: Bednar tumor.. Pyoderma gangrenosum in a patient with pemphigus vulgaris: An unusual association.. Squamous cell carcinoma arising from a Giant Cutaneous horn - A rare presentation.. Vitiligo delimiting dermatophyte infection.. Remote cutaneous breast carcinoma metastasis mimicking dermatitis.. Subcutaneous sarcoidosis with underlying intramuscular granuloma.. A case of pemphigus foliaceus aggravated in an irradiated area by radiotherapy against breast cancer.. Palmoplantar pseudovesicles: An unusual presentation of Sweet’s Syndrome.. Comment on: Asokan N, et al.. “Severity of psoriasis among adult males is associated with smoking, not with alcohol use.. ”.. Hypersensitivity Following Aromatherapy with Ayurvedic Oils.. Authorsæ reply.. Allergic Contact Dermatitis (type IV hypersensitivity) and type I hypersensitivity following aromatherapy with ayurvedic oils (Dhanwantharam thailam, Eladi coconut oil) presenting as generalized erythema and pruritus with flexural eczema.. QUIZ.. Absence of skin over scalp and short digits in a newborn.. Annular erythematous plaques on the face, trunk and extremities of an infant.. Painless nodule on a face of 60 year old female.. QUIZ: Recurrent & Diffuse eczema with sever itch and peripheral eosinophilia in healthy middle aged women.. Annular lesions located on the right forearm.. Pigmented palmo-plantar Papules and Plaques.. Asymptomatic black papule over abdomen.. Necrotic Plaque on the Calf and Thigh of a Woman with Cryptogenic Cirrhosis.. Solitary plaque with recurrent blistering on the finger of a child.. Asymptomatic papular eruption in a 60 year old man.. An asymptomatic whitish nodule on the cheek of an adult male – What is your diagnosis?.. Solitary violaceous plaque over the abdomen.. Numerous asymptomatic papulo-nodules and plaques in a young male.. Painful skin tumor over the back..

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  • Title: Indian Journal of Dermatology:: Instructions for authors
    Descriptive info: Instructions to Authors.. About Journal.. EditorialProcess.. Preparation of manuscript.. Reprints.. Declaration.. DECLARATION BEFORE SUBMISSION OF ARTICLES.. Download Instructions.. The Indian Journal of Dermatology.. (IJD ) is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles in the field of dermatology, leprosy and sexually transmitted diseases.. The journal is published in print as well as electronic versions.. Some articles may be published only in the electronic version at the discretion of the editorial team.. IJD.. accepts articles in the following sections (all word limits exclude abstracts, references and key messages):.. Reviews.. (3000 words): Systematic, exhaustive and critical assessments of literature and data sources on a specific topic.. Review article are to be submitted only after consulting the Editor regarding the topic.. Use of illustrations /charts and figures in review articles is encouraged.. CME article.. (3000 words): Current updates on a specific topic with inclusion of latest literature review.. Please add 10 multiple choice questions (MCQs) with four options based on the review article.. IJD symposium.. (3000 words): A bunch of invited CME articles on a particular topic under a designated symposium editor.. In this section, articles should be submitted only after consulting the Editor regarding the subject.. Special article.. (2500 words): Comprehensive commentary on any topic with specific significance.. Basic research.. (2500 words): This includes articles on investigative/ basic research, laboratory/ animal trials.. Please write a structured abstract and add statistical methods.. Permission of ethics committee/IRB, statement of sources of support and conflict of interest are mandatory.. Original article.. (2500 words): Original, in-depth clinical studies or surveys.. Please write a structured abstract(including 5 headings: Background, Aims and Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion) of not more than 300 words and add 3-5 key words.. The article should include an introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, acknowledgement if any, and references in proper format.. Mention about the statistical methods used.. Authors of randomized control trials are requested to follow the guidelines presented in the CONSORT statement ( http://www.. consort-statement.. org/).. For authors of epidemiologic studies the STROBE statement ( http://www.. strobe-statement.. org/Checklist.. html) guideline to be followed.. Systemic review and meta analysis may be submitted under this section.. Citation of levels of evidence is appreciated for any article when needed.. Dermatopathology round.. (2000 words) ;Articles focusing on specifically histopathological features of any dermatological entity.. Therapeutic round.. (2000 words): Articles dealing with introducing/proposing some new therapeutic option/advances.. Dermatosurgery round.. (2000 words): Articles emphasizing the surgical aspect of dermatology.. Current Perspective.. (2000 words):Concise review articles on any new molecule, procedure, investigative technique, newly described clinical condition or novel findings in an established clinical entity may be submitted in this section.. Short communication.. (1500 words): Innovative or preliminary investigative findings and early information of therapeutic trials several patients may be considered for publication under this section.. History.. (1500 words): Any well researched, referenced article related to history of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology in India/Asia.. Abstract, key words not needed.. Key message box to be included.. Resident s page.. (1000 words) These should normally be short articles that are educational for postgraduates or help improve their learning skills or ability to perform in examinations would be considered.. Case reports will not be accepted.. Case Reports.. (1000 words and 10 references): Reports of an unusual manifestation of a disease or a new disease should always be submitted with photographs.. Case reports of diseases that are already described in standard textbooks may not be considered for publication.. Correspondence.. (500 words in length and up to 5 references.. ) It can be a letter commenting on article previously published in the Journal.. Efforts are made to publish the same with the author s reply.. Communicating initial research findings or early reports of therapeutic trials may be considered for publication under this section.. Brief descriptions of a case or early reports of new drug reactions may be considered as well.. Letter should not just depict an unusual case but should have some innate educative worth.. This section does not require abstracts and should be formatted in one continuous section.. Quiz.. : Classical cases with one to three good photographs will be considered.. A short history, examination and investigation findings (up to 150 words) should be followed by the answer in the form of the diagnosis and a short review of the condition (500 words and 5 references), if necessary with additional photographs.. Though abstracts and key words not needed but a bulleted list of up to 5 Learning Points must also be included.. Learning Points should summarize the key take home messages and convey how this would improve reader s diagnostic skills.. Announcements.. : Announcements of conferences, meetings, courses, awards, and other items that are likely to be of interest to readers should be submitted with the name and address of the person from whom additional information can be obtained (up to 100 words).. Book Review.. : Please send two copies for book reviews.. PRE-REGISTRATION OF CLINICAL TRIALS.. As per the guidelines of CONSORT 2010 pre-registration of clinical trials is now mandatory.. All trials must be pre-registered at a designated trial registration site prior to being submitted for publication in IJD.. Inclusion of the registration number in the submitted article file is a obligatory pre-requisite.. LEVEL OF EVIDENCE:.. Indian Journal of Dermatology requires that authors, at the time of submission, assign a level of evidence to each article.. (For Review articles/CME articles/ IJD symposium/special articles, mention the level of evidence everytime whenever and wherever applicable).. These will be first checked at the reviewers level and if the article is accepted will be finally validated by the editors before publication.. The journal follows these Evidence-Based Medicine ratings as formulated by the U.. S.. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF).. Level I: Evidence obtained from at least one properly designed randomized controlled trial.. Level II-1: Evidence obtained from well-designed controlled trials without randomization.. Level II-2: Evidence obtained from well-designed cohort or case-control analytic studies, preferably from more than one center or research group.. Level II-3: Evidence obtained from multiple time series with or without the intervention.. Dramatic results in uncontrolled trials might also be regarded as this type of evidence.. Level III: Opinions of respected authorities, based on clinical experience, descriptive studies, or reports of expert committee.. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY:.. 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Authors may suggest the names and e-mail addresses of one or two reviewers who have had some experience in the subject of the submitted manuscript but who are not affiliated to the same institute as the authors.. Authors will be informed about the reviewers comments and acceptance or rejection of their manuscript within eight to ten weeks.. Unaccepted manuscripts will not be returned.. Galley proofs will have to be downloaded by  ...   not less than 1200 x 2400 pixels (preferably of the tiff type) should be sent on a CD.. If a figure has been published before, acknowledge the original source and submit written permission from the copyright holder to reproduce the material.. A credit line should appear in the legend for such figures.. The background should be neutral.. Not distractive things should be in the picture.. Show only the relevant portion of the clinical image by cropping it properly.. If the person is identifiable we would require a written permission of the patient (or guardian, if the patient is minor) to avoid any legal problem.. Without this permission the article cannot be processed for review.. All the histopathological images should be of a rectangular shape.. Rounded images with dark corners are not acceptable.. Always mention the correct magnification and stain.. Legends for illustrations:.. Type legends (maximum 20 words) for illustrations using double spacing.. Use Arabic numerals for numbering illustrations.. When symbols, arrows, numbers, or letters are used to identify parts of the illustrations, identify and explain each one clearly in the legend.. For photomicrographs mention the scale and the method of staining.. N.. B.. In case of any doubt, please refer to Uniform requirement for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals at the web page www.. org or in the Annals of Internal Medicine (Ann Intern Med 1997;126:36-47) for more detailed guidelines.. Reprints.. Reprints are made available to authors at a cost against advance payment only.. Reprints should be requested at the time of submitting the manuscript.. Declaration.. The manuscript should be accompanied by the following declaration in a separate page properly signed by the author/s.. Manuscript title.. I/we certify that I/we have participated sufficiently in the intellectual content, conception and design of this work or the analysis and interpretation of the data (when applicable), as well as the writing of the manuscript, to take public responsibility for it and have agreed to have my/our name listed as a contributor.. I/We believe the manuscript represents valid work.. 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Financial interests, direct or indirect, that exist or may be perceived to exist for individual contributors in connection with the content of this paper have been disclosed in the cover letter.. Sources of outside support of the project are named in the cover letter.. I/We hereby transfer(s), assign(s), or otherwise convey(s) all copyright ownership, including any and all rights incidental thereto, exclusively to the Journal, in the event that such work is published by the Journal.. The Journal shall own the work, including.. copyright.. ;.. the right to grant permission to republish the article in whole or in part, with or without fee;.. the right to produce preprints or reprints and translate into languages other than English for sale or free distribution;.. the right to republish the work in a collection of articles in any other mechanical or electronic format.. 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    Descriptive info: About Us.. Yearly six issues of the journal are being published in the months of February, April, June, August, October and December.. It will be difficult to find a parallel to Indian Journal of Dermatology both in the country or anywhere else in the world where a scientific journal (not only in dermatology but in the entire field of biomedical journals) published by a state branch of a society could not only survive for such a long time but also continue to be an influential, indexed journal.. and official organ of.. Abstracting and Indexing Information.. The journal is indexed with Abstracts on Hygiene and Communicable Diseases , CAB Abstracts, Caspur, CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure), DOAJ, EBSCO Publishing s Electronic Databases, Excerpta Medica / EMBASE, Expanded Academic ASAP, Genamics JournalSeek, Global Health, Google Scholar, Health Wellness Research Center, Health Reference Center Academic, Hinari, Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, National Science Library, OpenJGate, PrimoCentral, ProQuest, PubMed, Pubmed Central, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOLOAR, SCOPUS, SIIC databases, Summon by Serial Solutions, Tropical Diseases Bulletin and Ulrich s International Periodical Directory.. The JOURNAL accepts contributions in the following sections:.. Reviews.. CME article.. IJD symposium.. Special article.. Original.. Dermatopathology round.. Therapeutic  ...   and distributed by Medknow Publications and Media Pvt.. Copies are sent to subscribers directly from the publisher’s address.. It is illegal to acquire copies from any other source.. If a copy is received for personal use as a member of the association/society, one cannot resale or give-away the copy for commercial or library use.. Change of Address IADVL-WB Members: Send change of address information to.. Hony.. Secretary, IADVLWB,.. Moon Plaza, Flat 2E, 2nd Floor,.. 62,Lenin Sarani,.. Kolkata – 700013,.. West Bengal, India.. Phone No +91 33 22277553/22278678.. Email: iadvlwb @ gmail.. com.. Nonmembers: Please send change of address information to subscriptions@medknow.. The copies of the journal to the members of the association are sent by ordinary post.. The editorial board, association or publisher will not be responsible for non receipt of copies.. If any member/subscriber wishes to receive the copies by registered post or courier, kindly contact the publisher’s office.. If a copy returns due to incomplete, incorrect or changed address of a member/subscriber on two consecutive occasions, the names of such members will be deleted from the mailing list of the journal.. Providing complete, correct and up-to-date address is the responsibility of the member/subscriber.. Medknow Publications..

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