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Year : 2002  |  Volume : 68  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 206--207

Ecologic perspective of dermatologic problems in North Eastern India

Department of Skin and STD 151 Base Hospital, C/o 99 APO, India

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A K Jaiswal
Department of Skin and STD 151 Base Hospital, C/o 99 APO
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In the nations of the developing world, the incidence of skin diseases is especially affected by geography. Epidemiological studies of skin diseases are important in the study of disease pattern, changes in disease pattern and for planning dermatology service and research for a country. This report records the pattern of skin diseases encountered in the North- East region of India. The incidence of non-infectious dermatoses was slightly higher than that of infectious dermatoses in this part of the country.

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