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REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  The Rheumato Dematology Interface
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Foot eczema and footwear dermatitis: Role of patch test using Indian Standard series and footwear series
2.  A cross-sectional study of cutaneous changes in patients with acquired thyroid disorders.
3.  Facial Frictional Melanosis In Indian Patients– Defining the Entity
4.  Evaluation of Chitosan Impregnated with Silver Nanoparticles in the Treatment of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcer: An Open-Label Controlled Study
5.  Association of Lichen Planus with Dyslipidemia: a Comparative Cross Sectional Study
6.  Nail fold capillaries in connective tissue diseases in skin of color: a dermoscopic view
7.  Pellagra-A forgotten entity
8.  UNCOMMON CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS IN BUFFALOPOX
9.  Granulomatous cheilitis: Report of three cases and systematic review of cases and case series reported from India
10.  A study of clinical and investigational profile of hirsute women at a tertiary care centre in western India
CASE REPORT
1.  A Case of Erythema Elevatum Diutinum with Dapsone Hypersensitivity Syndrome
2.  Dermoscopic Characterization of Dilated Pore of Winer: Report of Two Cases
3.  Myxomatous form of Lupus vulgaris in ear- a rare presentation
4.  SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE BLISTER FORMING TRICK IN SUCTION BLISTER TECHNIQUE (SBT): Case report
5.  Eruptive Syringoma-a rare case report
6.  Malar blistering. A diagnostic dilemma
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Dramatic response of cutaneous, nail and joint symptoms of psoriasis to apremilast: A Case Report
2.  Micropapular Sarcoidosis