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   1983| January  | Volume 28 | Issue 1  
 
 
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Tinea faciei caused by Microsporum canis. A case report.
AK Khare, SS Pandey, G Singh, BM Sharma
January 1983, 28(1):35-6
PMID:6852880
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Surface temperature of bald and hairy scalp in reference to leprosy affection.
AK Dutta, SB Mandal, WH Jopling
January 1983, 28(1):1-5
PMID:6852878
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Sporotrichosis treated with garlic juice. A case report.
MA Tutakne, G Satyanarayanan, JR Bhardwaj, IC Sethi
January 1983, 28(1):41-5
PMID:6852881
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Cyclophosphamide in vitiligo.
BB Gokhale, AP Parakh
January 1983, 28(1):7-10
PMID:6852882
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Preliminary observation of good response to Busulfan (myleran) in an advanced case of extensive psoriasis.
RN Ray, K Bhattacharyya, R Ray
January 1983, 28(1):37-9
PMID:6574105
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Pathogenesis of acute lepromatous activation.
A Mukherjee, S Ghosh
January 1983, 28(1):11-23
PMID:6852879
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