Steroid-induced perilymphatic hypopigmentation: Response to tacrolimus p. 114 Sneha Ghunawat, Rashmi Sarkar DOI: 10.4103/Pigmentinternational.Pigmentinternational_11_18 Intralesional steroids are commonly used in dermatological pract ice. This route of administration has the advantage of minimal side effects. However, other adverse reactions namely loc al atrophy, ulceration, infections, etc. have been noted. One peculiar side effect following this route of administratio n “steroid-induced perilymphatic hypopigmentation and atrophy” has been described below. Although this condition rep igments spontaneously, the use of tacrolimus to fasten the response has been highlighted in the case report.