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1. Skin carcinoma arising in Leishmania scar: Report of four cases

Z Nilforooshan; A Asilian; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 11-16

Abstract
  Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) are the most frequent skin cancers. The etiology of these tumors is multifactorial: Environmental and exogenous factors, genotype and phenotype factors. The development of malignant neoplasms at sites of previous dermal scars is an uncommon ...  Read More

2. Disseminated cutaneous Leishmaniasis on lymphedema following radiotherapy: A case report

G Sadeghian; F Iraji; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 31-34

Abstract
  Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is a parasitic disease, which is hyperendemic in Isfahan, usually caused by L.major and L.tropica. Herein we report a patient with post-mastectomy lymphedema on right upper limb accompanying with the lesions of cutaneous leishmaniasis on the right and left forearms. Following ...  Read More

3. Efficacy of integration methods in the control of cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Imamzadeh Agha Ali Abbas in Natanz in Isfahan in 1996-98

MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; T Jalayer; B Ataei; F Jafari; M Motavali Emami

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, , Pages 78-83

Abstract
  Background: Humans, rodents and sandflies have role in transmitted cycle of cutaneous leishmaniasis. To control the disease, promoting the environment, killing the rodent and poisoning the vectors are recommended, individually all over the world. Since, there is no effective vaccine against this disease, ...  Read More

4. Palpebral Leishmaniasis with Trichiasis: A case report

G Sadeghian; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; N Ansari

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, , Pages 112-115

Abstract
  Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a parasitic hyperendemic disease in Isfahan. Its lesions can be solitary or multiple depending on the number of insect bites and is usually seen exposed areas. The possibility of insect bite on palpebral area is rare due to the protection by eyelashes and palpebral motion. ...  Read More

5. Evaluation of three drug formulations (Lindan, Permethrin, Copex) in the treatment of head Lice infestation

M Motavali Emami; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; M Yazdi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , 2003, , Pages 24-28

Abstract
  Background: Increasing in the prevalence of pediculosis among school students and upward trend of pesticide marketing with evidence of resistance to them, indicate the possibility of lice resistance. Objective: To compare 3 drug formulations including: Lindan shampoo 1%, permethrin shampoo 1% and Copex ...  Read More

6. Topical Trichloroacetic Acid compared with intralesional Glucantime injection in the treatment of acute wet cutaneous Leishmaniasis: An open clinical trial

MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; MR Reiss Zadeh; F Jafari

Volume 6, Issue 2 , 2003, , Pages 34-39

Abstract
  Background: An easy and effective topical treatment is not yet available for cutaneous leishmaniasis. Objectives: To compare the effect of topical trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and intralesional glucantime injection in the treatment of acute wet cutaneous leishmaniasis. Patients and Methods: Eighty patients ...  Read More

7. Cutaneous and mucosal lesions in 117 renal transplantation patients referred to Noor & Ali Asghar Hospital in Esfahan in June & July 1997

MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; MM Fakhri Shooshtari; F Djafari

Volume 5, Issue 4 , 2002, , Pages 10-15

Abstract
  Background: A wide variety of cutaneous and mucosal lesions occur in renal transplant recipients. Objectives: Evaluation of the skin and mucous membrane lesions in the kidney transplant recipients in Noor and Ali Asghar Hospital in Isfahan. Patients and Methods: This cross-sectional descriptive study ...  Read More

8. Nodular fibrosis in non-Filarial Elephantiasis: A case report

G Sadeghian; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh

Volume 5, Issue 2 , 2002, , Pages 39-42

Abstract
  Epidermal changes including hyperkeratosis and epidermal verrucous changes, papillomatosis, secondary infection, recurrent erysipelas and ulceration are complications of chronic lymphedema. Elephantiasis is a term used for these significant changes. Xanthoma may also develop in lymphedematous areas. ...  Read More