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REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  What’s new in pathophysiology of alopecia areata? The possible contribution of skin and gut microbiome in pathogenesis of alopecia – big opportunities, big challenges and novel perspectives.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Evaluation of a Pool of Biomimetic Peptides on Human Hair Follicles: a Preclinical Study
2.  TRICHOSCOPIC FINDINGS OF NORMAL HAIR AND SCALP IN CHILDREN UNDER 17 YEARS
3.  Evaluation of the efficacy and safety of 308-nm monochromatic excimer lamp for the treatment of resistant alopecia areata.
4.  Hair and Scalp Disorders in children below 2 years: an unremarked sphere
5.  Tinea capitis: correlation of clinical aspects, findings on direct mycological examination and agents isolated from fungal culture
CASE REPORT
1.  Jejunal Trichobezoar - a Bizarre Case of a 3-year- old boy
2.  Central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia following a patchy pattern: a new form of clinical presentation and a challenging diagnosis for the dermatologist.
3.  Apremilast in refractory alopecia areata.
BRIEF COMMUNICATION
1.  Aloepcia areata treated with Oral Azathioprine- A Case series
CLINICAL CHALLENGE
1.  A painless, slow-growing ulcer on the scalp


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