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EDITORIAL
1.  Medical Education: The Language Barriers
2.  Ayushman Bharat and Road to Universal Health Coverage in India
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Are all Additives of Toothpastes Rational?
2.  Types of Diabetes – Two or Five
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Study of incidence of endophthalmitis in post-therapeutic keratoplasty patients at secondary care hospital in Saurashtra region, India
2.  Evaluation of nitrate reductase assay on Lowenstein Jensen medium for drug susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
3.  Pregnancy Outcome in Women with Early Pregnancy Bleeding in a Tertiary Health Care Facility in Southwestern, Nigeria.
4.  Pemphigus- A clinical study with clinico-immuno-histopathologic correlation
CASE REPORT
1.  “ACUTE CEREBELLITIS ASSOCIATED WITH DENGUE FEVER”
2.  SLIDING UNCUS SYNDROME WITH OCCIPITAL BLINDNESS: A CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF CHRONIC SUBDURAL HEMATOMA
3.  A rare case report of Levofloxacin and Solifenacin induced acute anaphylactic reaction in elderly patient
4.  Giant Retroperitoneal Lipoma in a child misdiagnosed as hirschprung disease.
5.  MULTIPLE FOREIGN BODY INGESTION IN PICA PATIENT
6.  pregnancy associated hyperkeratosis of nipple/areola
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Ludwigæs angina: Pediatric case report and literature review
2.  Poem: Journey to the workplace
3.  Breathlessness
4.  abstracts of the paper presented during Dr Sushila Nayar Award Session for Undergraduate Research 2019.
PICTORIAL CME
1.  “ Queen anne’s sign(loss of lateral eyebrows)- Significant in Hypothyrodism.


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