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1. Chronic cutaneous leishmaniasis induced after trauma, mimicking keloidal scar

Khalili Maryam; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Mohammadi Saman; Aflatoonian Mahin; Ahmadi Rahim; Zeinadini Alireza

Volume 22, Issue 1 , 2019, , Pages 40-42

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ijd.2019.98369

Abstract
  Leishmaniasis is a common parasitic disease classified to acute and chronic types based on the duration of the disease. The acute lesion is presented as ulcerated papule and nodule that heal after a few months with an atrophic scar. The chronic form of cutaneous leishmaniasis is a nonhealing lesion that ...  Read More

2. Focal dermal hypoplasia (Goltz) syndrome with multiple family member involvement: A case report

Mohammadi Saman; Khalili Maryam; Fadai Fahameh; Badakhsh Hoda; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Mohebbi Azadeh; Aflatoonian Mahin

Volume 20, Issue 4 , 2017, , Pages 131-134

Abstract
  Goltz syndrome or focal dermal hypoplasia is a rare syndrome with mesoectodermal hypoplasia. This syndrome is an X-linked dominant disorder with involvement of the cutaneous, ocular, dental and skeletal systems. The most significant feature of this disease is connective tissue dysplasia. Here, we report ...  Read More

3. Evaluation of Lipid Profile in Women with Female Pattern Alopecia

Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Esfandiarpour Iraj; Abbassi Mohammad Mehdi Hayatbatch; Moghaddam Sodaif Darvish; Hosseininasab Fatemeh

Volume 13, Issue 3 , 2010, , Pages 78-81

Abstract
  Background: The correlation between coronary artery disease and androgenic alopecia has been demonstrated, but the mechanism of this association still remains to be cleared. Objective: To investigate lipid profile, as an indicator of coronary artery disease, in women with female pattern alopecia. Methods: ...  Read More

4. Evaluation of G6PD Deficiency in Acne Patients

Yazdi Simin Sar; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Abadi Ali Zeinali Hossein

Volume 13, Issue 2 , 2010, , Pages 54-56

Abstract
  Introduction: Various factors are involved in the pathogenesis of acne vulgaris. Recently, G6PD deficiency has been proposed in the pathogenesis of acne. G6PD has an important role in the oxidant/antioxidant balance. According to this theory, antioxidants are used in the treatment of acne recently. The ...  Read More

5. Evaluation of the Frequency of Food Allergens by Skin Prick Test in Children with Atopic Dermatitis

Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Bazargan Nasrin; Shahesmaeili Armita; Shahrbabaki Azam Gholami; Fekri Ali Reza

Volume 13, Issue 2 , 2010, , Pages 33-36

Abstract
  Background: The role of food allergy in atopic dermatitis (AD) is controversial. The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of food allergens in children with AD. Method: Fifty one atopic dermatitis children aged 6 months to 5 years entered our study. The severity of AD was determined by scoring ...  Read More

6. Cutaneous Infection by Fusarium Solani in an Addict Man with Active Hepatitis C

Ayatolahi Seyed Amin Mossavi-; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Fekri Ali Reza; Vares Behrooz; Fekri Sahba

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, , Pages 12-15

Abstract
  We describe a 31-year-old man, a known case of hepatitis C infection for 11 years, who presented with a chronic non-healing large deep ulcer on the dorsum of the right foot for five months. Fusarium solani infection was confirmed by skin biopsy and culture. The biopsy specimen showed an unusually extensive ...  Read More

7. Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Atopic Dermatitis Patients in Comparison with the Control Group in Kerman

Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Zandi Soodabeh; Vares Behrooz; Sharifzadeh Mahdiyeh; Fekri Ali-Reza

Volume 11, Issue 1 , 2008, , Pages 21-24

Abstract
  Background: Atopic dermatitis is the most common chronic inflammatory dermatitis, due to immunological disorders. Patients with atopic dermatitis are prone to infectious diseases including bacterial infections. On the other hand, atopy may be protective against helminthes parasites. The objective of ...  Read More