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EDITORIAL
1.  From the Presidentæs Desk
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF CYSTS AND TUMOURS OF THE ORAL CAVITY
2.  Predicting Pathology in Impacted Mandibular Third Molars
3.  Gender determination using buccolingual dimensions of teeth.
4.  Position And Symmetry Of Mental Foramen: A Radiographic Study In Bareilly Population
5.  Effect of curcumin in reducing burning sensation in potentially malignant disorders of oral cavity
6.  Salivary Changes in Medically Compromised Patients – A Clinical and Biochemical Study
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Cone Bean Computed Tomography: A Boon for Maxillofacial Imaging
2.  Burning mouth syndrome: a review
3.  Child abuse reporting: role of dentist in India- A review
CASE REPORT
1.  NUMB CHIN SYNDROME AS A PRIMARY PRESENTATION OF METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
2.  Lost and found…Tracking a swallowed denture: Role of radiology
3.  Osteochondroma involving mandibular condyle.
4.  BILATERAL MULTIROOTED FIRST PRIMARY MOLAR : A RARE CASE REPORT
5.  ORAL MUCOSAL MELANOMA - A CASE REPORT
6.  Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma of upper lip - a rare entity
7.  Simple bone cyst presenting as an incidental finding in pretreatment orthodontic radiograph:a case report
8.  Full moon shaped unusual appearance of a Globulomaxillary cyst
9.  Berry syndrome - A Case Report and Review of literature
10.  Bifid condyle -Radiographic dilemma
11.  Bilateral Protostylids and Parastyles associated with hypodontia of maxillary lateral incisor –Report of two rare clinical cases
12.  Coat-sleeve type Giant Congenital Melanocytic Nevus with intraoral blue nevus: A rare case report