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1. Frequency of autoimmune diseases in first degree relatives of psoriatic patients compared with controls: A cross-sectional study

Dastgheib Ladan; Saki Nasrin; Heiran Alireza; Kardeh Bahareh; Saki Mohammad Reza

Volume 20, Issue 3 , 2017, , Pages 79-83

Abstract
  Background: Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin disorder with relapsing erythematous scaling plaques and joint or nail involvement. A greater occurrence of other autoimmune diseases has been reported in these patients. Additionally, their family members are more likely to be diagnosed with psoriasis. ...  Read More

2. Eruptive vellus hair cyst: Report of two familial cases with facial lesions

AH Ehsani; M Ghiasi; M Asgari

Volume 8, suppl , 2005, , Pages 60-64

Abstract
  Eruptive vellus hair cysts are disorders that present as cystic papules usually on the chest and extremities. Facial involvement is very rare in this disorder and few reports of facial eruptive vellus hair cysts have been presented till now.We present two cases of eruptive vellus hair cysts in a mother ...  Read More

3. Lipoid proteinosis: Report of three cases in one family

AH Ehsani; M Ghiasi; F Gorouhi; RM Robati

Volume 8, suppl , 2005, , Pages 29-33

Abstract
  Lipoid proteinosis, a rare autosomal recessive disorder, presents in early childhood with hoarseness, skin infiltration and thickening, beaded papules on eyelid margins, and facial acneiform or pock- like scars. Although  Read More

4. Familial Lichen Planus: Report of 4 cases in a family

MJ Nazemi Tabrizi; AH Ehsani; SN Emadi; P Noormohammad Poor; P Mehrian

Volume 8, Issue 1 , 2004, , Pages 62-65

Abstract
  Although lichen planus is a fairly common disorder, its familial occurrence is uncommon and varies between 1.5 and 10.7%. In most reports, only two or three members of the family have had disease but occasionally more family members may be affected. We present a case of lichen planus, whose father, mother, ...  Read More