Volume 17 (2022)
Volume 16 (2021)
Volume 15 (2020)
Volume 14 (2019)
Volume 13 (2018)
Volume 12 (2017)
Volume 11 (2016)
Volume 10 (2015)
Volume 9 (2014)
Volume 8 (2013)
Volume 7 (2012)
Volume 6 (2011)
Volume 5 (2010)
Volume 4 (2009)
Volume 3 (2008)
Volume 2 (2007)
Volume 1 (2006)
Dermatopathology
1. Clinico-Pathological Study of Cutaneous Granulomatous Lesions- a 5 yr Experience in a Tertiary Care Hospital in India

Srabani Chakrabarti; Subrata Pal; Biplab Biswas; Kingshuk Bose; Saswati Pal; Swapan Pathak

Volume 11, Issue 1 , January 2016, , Pages 54-60

Abstract
  Background: Granulomatous dermatoses are common skin pathology, often need histopathological confirmation for diagnosis. Histologically six sub-types of granulomas found in granulomatous skin diseases- tuberculoid, sarcoidal, necrobiotic, suppurative, foreign body & histoid type. The aims of the ...  Read More

2. Malignancy and Granulomatosis: Causality or Coincidence? Narrative Systematic Review

Shelly Sehgal; Prashant Goyal; Soumyesh Ghosh; Deepti Mittal; Sompal Singh

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2014, , Pages 237-244

Abstract
  In patients with malignancy, the common etiologies of granuloma formation are tumor related sarcoid reaction, sarcoidosis, tuberculosis and other granulomatous diseases. Often, the finding of granulomas in malignant patients may obscure the primary malignancy or may mislead towards treatment of infectious ...  Read More

3. Detection of Disseminated Mycobactrial Infection Due to BCG Vaccination (BCGosis) in 4 Suspected Infant Autopsies by PCR Method

Farzaneh Jadali; Abdollah Karimi; Shahnaz Armin; Atoussa Gharib; Fatemeh Fallah; Mohammad Sharifian; Elham Mazaheri-tehrani

Volume 2, Issue 3 , June 2007, , Pages 89-93

Abstract
  Background and Objective: BCG vaccination is used in many countries with a high prevalence of TB to prevent childhood tuberculosis meningitis and miliary disease. Local and systemic sideeffects are associated with BCG vaccine. The most critical reaction is disseminated BCG infection which occurs in mostly ...  Read More