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REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Alopecia areata: review of epidemiology, clinical features, pathogenesis and new treatment options
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Minoxidil Downregulates Interleukin-1 Alpha Gene Expression in HaCaT Cells
2.  To evaluate and compare, changes in base line strength of hairs after treating them with de-ionized water and hard water and its role in hair breakage.
3.  Scalp hair as biomarker for chronic fluoride exposure among fluoride endemic and low fluoride areas: A Comparative Study
4.  Comparison of hair shafts angles using a curved blade: an innovation
5.  “Turban PUVAsol”- A Simple, Novel, Effective And Safe Treatment Option For Advanced And Refractory Cases Of Alopecia Areata
6.  A new classification of early female pattern hair loss
CASE REPORT
1.  Jejunal Trichobezoar - a Bizarre Case of a 3-year- old boy
2.  Graft versus Host Disease Presenting as Fibrosing Alopecia in a Pattern Distribution: A Model for Pathophysiological Understanding of Cicatricial Pattern Hair Loss
3.  NILOTINIB INDUCED PERFORATING FOLLICULITIS: TWO CASES
4.  Trichotillomania-Ranging from “Ritual to Illness” and as a rare clinical manifestation of Fronto temporal Dementia- Review of Literature and case report
5.  Case Report of Connubial Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Pili torti : A point to note in Pili torti
2.  An observational epedemiological study on pattern of clinical presentation and associated laboratory findings in patients of premature hair graying.
3.  The relevance of selenium to alopecias


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