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EDITORIAL
1.  Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis: a cross talk between clinics and laboratory.
LETTER TO EDITOR
1.  Reply to “Letter to editor” written in response to “Perspectives on poster as a presentation mode in conferences”
2.  Making Poster Presentations more effective – closing the gap between expectation and reality
3.  Potential factors influencing the effectiveness of feedback in medical education
4.  Expertise reversal effect – what every faculty need to know while designing a lecture?
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ADVERSE DRUG REACTIONS AND THEIR COST IMPLICATIONS AMONG MEDICAL IN-PATIENTS IN A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL
2.  A Study of blood lead levels in Young Myocardial Infarction patients
3.  Comparison of four different methods of smear preparation for Gram staining of positively flagged automated blood culture bottles.
4.  IMPACT OF TAKING THYROXINE WITH HERBAL BREWS
5.  Effect of regular treatment, follow-up and lifestyle practices in diabetic patients with ocular manifestations attending a tertiary care hospital in Puducherry, India
CASE REPORT
1.  Bilateral absence of 3rd & 4th lumbricals – A case report with clinico-evolutionary insight
2.  A case of perioperative myocardial infarction leading to asystole: an anaesthesiologist’s nightmare
3.  A case of successful management of Perioperative pulmonary embolism
4.  Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) – a case report.
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  DIABETES MELLITUS: CAN RETINOPATHY BE FAR BEHIND?