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1. Cluster of differentiation (CD) markers in erythrodermic patients: A case series study

Ghalamkarpour Fariba; Niknafs Faranak; Younespour Shima

Volume 19, Issue 75 , 2016, , Pages 169-173

Abstract
  Background: Erythroderma is an inflammatory disorder. It has various differential diagnoses, among which one of the most important is mycosis fungoides. Erythroderma itself can be a challenging disorder. Diagnosis of a mycosis fungoides patient presenting with erythroderma specially requires a careful ...  Read More

2. Efficacy and tolerability of needling as an adjuvant to narrowband ultraviolet B therapy in the treatment of vitiligo: a clinical trial

Ebadi Atyeh; Moravvej Hamideh; Hejazi Somayeh; Younespour Shima; Ghalamkarpour Fariba

Volume 16, Issue 3 , 2013, , Pages 89-93

Abstract
  Background: Despite great advances in therapeutic regimens,complete repigmentation in vitiligo is still out of reach. The aimof this assay was to study the efficacy and tolerability of repeatedneedling combined with narrowband ultraviolet B (NBUVB)therapy in the treatment of generalized, stable, refractory ...  Read More

3. Soluble E-selectin and P-Selectin Serum Levels in Patients with Psoriasis Compared to Healthy Controls

Ghalamkarpour Fariba; Saeedi Marjan; Hedayati Mehdi; Maarefat Afsaneh

Volume 13, Issue 1 , 2010, , Pages 9-11

Abstract
  Introduction: Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin disease in which abnormal individual immune reactivity plays an important role. Eselectin and P-selectin are adhesion molecules expressed on vascular endothelial cells in several inflammatory skin diseases, including psoriasis. The aim of the present study ...  Read More