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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.

IJD® became the official organ of AADV from May-June 2012 (Vol 57,Issue 3) without any change of name or ownership of the journal.

By launching the web version www.e-ijd.org in November 2000, IJD became the first Indian Dermatology journal to enter the Internet.

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January-February  2015  | Vol  60 | Issue 1
 
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IJD® 2014: Marching Ahead
Koushik Lahiri
The year started on a sombre mode. We lost our past editor, Dr. Baidyanath Haldar, one of the most renowned dermatologists from this part of the globe. His name will be etched in the history of Indian...
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Dermatoses due to indian cultural practices
Divya Gupta, Devinder Mohan Thappa
A wide prevalence of socio-religious and cultural practices in the Asian subcontinent often leads to multitude of skin diseases which may be missed by the dermatologists because of a lack of awareness...
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