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January-December 2014 | Vol 22 | Issue 1

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Editorial: Mass media magic- the power to Empower
Vinita Puri
Recently while surfing through TV channels, I came across one of the daily Hindi soaps where a female was furiously pouring kerosene over her head and shoulders. She was holding a lit lighter in her h...
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Mumbai NABICON Research Award 2013: Scar biology: Fibroblast the key modulator
Mathangi K Ramakrishnan, Mary Babu, T Mathivanan, V Jayaraman
Introduction: Normal wound repair of human skin involves several well-orchestrated phases, which are overlapping, yet distinct in their own way. This presentation aims to define, identify, and ...
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Guru Speak: How to satisfy a dissatisfied patient
Prahlad Kumar Bilwani
After postgraduation when a surgeon settles down in practice, just the theoretical knowledge does not help him. He has to imbibe certain qualities such as good manners, hard work, good convincing powe...
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CME Article: Postburn pruritus: A practical review
Rajeev B Ahuja, Pallab Chatterjee
The incidence of postburn pruritus is reported to vary between 80% and 100% and the persistence of itching leads to disabling symptoms such as sleep disturbance, anxiety, and disruption of daily activ...
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Review Article: Management of ocular and periocular burns
Sujata Sarabahi, K Kanchana
Facial burns commonly involve the eyelids. The eyeball as such is usually protected due to the blink reflex, bell's phenomenon, and protective movements of arms and head. Ocular sequelae are seen seco...
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