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EDITORIAL
1.  How to limit medico-legal ‘scarring’ in dermatology?
REVIEW
1.  Current understanding of lichen planus pigmentosus, erythema dyschromicum perstans (ashy dermatosis) and idiopathic eruptive macular pigmentation
2.  Animal studies in pigmentation disorders-Utilising evolution and demystifying mysteries
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  A Comparative study of topical 5 % tranexamic acid and triple combination therapy for the treatment of melasma in Indian population
2.  Keloids Co-Existing With Vitiligo-A Rare Case Series
3.  A clinico-epidemiological study of facial melanosis at a tertiary care center in Gujarat
4.  Simplification of non-cultured epidermal cell suspension: A need of the hour
5.  Pigmentary cutaneous adverse effects of chemotherapeutic agents
6.  A randomized controlled study to compare the efficacy of methotrexate v/s oral mini pulse (betamethasone) along with NBUVB in patients of vitiligo vulgaris
7.  A clinico-epidemological study of Lichen planus pigmentosus and its association with metabolic syndrome and cutaneous manifestations in indian population.
CASE REPORT
1.  Exogenous Ochronosis in an Elderly Indian Male: A Case Report
2.  Mucocutaneous hyperpigmentation as presentation of vitamin B12 deficiency: A case report and brief review
3.  Griscelli Syndrome 3: A Rare and Mild Variant
THE CLINICAL PICTURE
1.  SEVERE PHOTOTOXIC REACTION TO HOME MADE HERBAL REMEDY TO TREAT VITILIGO
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Risperidone induced hyperpigmentation
2.  Enhanced Repigmentation of Vitiligo by Topical Minoxidil and Excimer lamp Treatment
CURRENT BEST EVIDENCE
1.  Current best evidence in pigmentary dermatology