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1. Prolactin level changes in pemphigus vulgaris: A cohort study

Ghandi Narges; Tavassoli Shaghayegh; Ghiasi Maryam; Lajevardi Vahideh; Abedini Robabeh; Tohidinik Hamid-Reza; Daneshpazhooh Maryam

Volume 19, Issue 75 , 2016, , Pages 35-13

Abstract
  Background: Prolactin (PRL) appears to play a role in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases. Limited evidence showed an association between serum PRL levels and the activity of pemphigus vulgaris (PV). This study intends to determine PRL level changes in pemphigus patients during therapy and its correlation ...  Read More

2. Generalized eruptive histiocytosis: A case report

Ghandi Narges; Daklan Soroush; Goodarzi Azadeh; Hesari Kambiz Kamyab; Ghanadan Alireza

Volume 18, Issue 1 , 2015, , Pages 33-35

Abstract
  The histiocytoses are a group of proliferative disorders of themonocyte-macrophage lineage that are neoplastic or reactive innature. Based on immunophenotyping and electron microscopy,two main groups have been recognized namely 1) Langerhanscell histiocytosis (LCH) and 2) non- Langerhans cell histiocytosis(non-LCH). ...  Read More

3. Comparison of infection rate after facial melanocytic nevi excision with and without exposure to water within the first 48 hours

Ghandi Narges; Balighi Kamran; Ghiasi Maryam; Soori Tahereh; Kiani Pardis

Volume 15, Issue 3 , 2012, , Pages 74-79

Abstract
  Background: Preexisting guidelines about clinical managementof cutaneous wounds are based on wound dressing and avoidingwater exposure for at least 48 hours. In this study, infectionrate in the patients who underwent melanocytic nevus surgerywith dressed dry wounds were compared with the patients whoallowed ...  Read More