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Greetings from the new Editor-in-chief’s Desk...

  It is indeed a great pleasure and honour to be the new Editor-in-chief of Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. I would first like to express my sincere appreciation to every single person who has contributed in the past to bring the journal up to its current position and it goes without saying that all the authors, editors, reviewers and readers have made this possible. Needless to say, the most critical part of a scientific journal is the quality and timeliness of the content....

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  September-December  2013  | Vol 17 | Issue 3 RSS Feed for Current Issue  
             
  From the Editor's desk   Collagenous spherulosis   Plasma fibrinogen degradation products in betel nut chewers - with and without oral submucous fibrosis  
 
Dear Readers, As this year comes to an end and we say cheers to the New Year, it gives us immense gratification to convey that we would be completing 1 year as the editorial team. The credit goes to ...
 
The term "Collagenous spherulosis" (CS) was first introduced by Clement and colleagues in 1987 to describe a peculiar change of the breast. [1] It is an uncommon benign change (occurs in less than 1-2...
 
Context: Oral submucous fibrosis (OSMF) has a multifactorial etiology. Recent studies have shown that there is an increased level of fibrinogen degradation products (FDP) in plasma of OSMF pati...
 
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