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Indian Journal Of Dermatology

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Published since 1955, INDIAN JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, continues to be one of the pioneer medical journals from India. It is, in fact, one of the oldest journals dedicated to this particular discipline. Since it's inception, the JOURNAL publishes information relating to skin, it's ailments and the different modes of therapeutics. It is interesting to note that the JOURNAL started its journey much before the foundation of the present form of national forum for dermatologists in India. Under the editorship of Prof. Ganapati Panja, the first copy of the JOURNAL rolled out of the press in October 1955 in Kolkata. It has never changed its name and home since. After a decade, in 1965, it became the official organ of the then DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INDIA ( Vol 10, No 3, April-June 1965 ). Since 1973 it is being published on behalf of INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF DERMATOLOGISTS, VENEREOLOGISTS AND LEPROLOGISTS, WEST BENGAL STATE BRANCH.

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The JOURNAL accepts contributions in the following sections :

  • Editorial
  • Review articles / CME
  • Studies
  • Therapeutic trials
  • Case reports
  • Brief Communications
  • Gems & Pearls
  • Book Review
  • Announcements
  • Correspondence

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It is published quarterly and its ISSN is 0019-5154.


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Prof. Sujit Ranjan Sengupta
'Nabanir'
1E, Muchipara Road,
Kolkata - 700 041, INDIA
Tel : +91 33 402 1230
E-mail : dr_sujit1@rediffmail.com


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