One of the most exciting and fascinating features in Dermatology is the various presentations of color, distribution, morphology, pattern, and clinical course of the skin lesions. In this coming issue, we have a diversity of article themes addressing issues regarding the science of melanocytes from basic research to clinical settings.
In India, light complexion is always equated with beauty, racial superiority, and power, which strongly influences marital prospects, employment, income and social status. On the other hand, no treatment of vitiligo produces predictably good results. Needling with topical 5-fluorouracil seems promising. As for congenital melanocytic nevi among infants in Turkey, the dermoscopic patterns are more often characterized by a globular pattern and dot structure. Although the evaluation of sentinel lymph node improves the prognostic accuracy in patients with clinical stage I/II melanoma, it should be reconsidered in the melanoma patient with Anthracosis.