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1. Basal cell carcinoma of the lower extremities

Ehsani Amir Hooshang; Noormohammadpoor Pedram; Sadeghinia Ali; Hemmati Sara; Ahmadi Maedeh; Sotoudeh Sara; Azizpour Arghavan; Nasimi Maryam

Volume 20, Issue 4 , 2017, , Pages 118-121

Abstract
  Background: Basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the most common form of skin cancer, usually occurs in the sun-exposed areas of the body like head and neck, yet is also seen in unexpected sites. Myriad studies have mentioned a lower limb BCC incidence rate of 1.5-13.5%.Methods: The present retrospective cross-sectional ...  Read More

2. A Comparative Study Between 595-Nm Pulsed Dye Laser with Cutaneous Compression and Cryotherapy in the Treatment of Solar Lentigines

Seirafi Hassan; Fateh Soheil; Farnaghi Farshad; Ehsani Amir Hooshang; Noormohammadpoor Pedram

Volume 13, Issue 1 , 2010, , Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Background: Although cryotherapy is still the first-line therapy for solar lentigines, due to side effects such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), especially in patients with darker skin types, pigment specific lasers should be considered as initial treatment. The aim of this study was to ...  Read More

3. Azithromycin in Pityriasis Rosea: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial

Ehsani Amir Hooshang; Toosi Siavash; Noormohamadpour Pedram; Hosseini Mahboubeh; Nazeman Leila

Volume 11, Issue 4 , 2008, , Pages 143-146

Abstract
  Background: Pityriasis rosea is an inflammatory skin disorder with a known response to erythromycin. Considering similarities between erythromycin and azithromycin and lesser adverse effects of the latter, in a pilot study, we gave azithromycin to seven patients with pityriasis rosea and observed a noticeable ...  Read More

4. Skin Lesions in Type 2 Diabetic Patients

Hosseini Mahboobeh-Sadat; Ehsani Amir Hooshang; Hosseinpanah Farhad; Azizi Fereydoon; Salami Maryam; Khedmat Hossein

Volume 11, Issue 3 , 2008, , Pages 113-117

Abstract
  Bachground: Skin lesions are common in type 2 diabetic patients and its association with microvascular complications been reported. Methods: In this study, 1135 type-2 diabetic patients were included and examined by a dermatologist for diabetes mellitus related skin lesions, skin infections and cutaneous ...  Read More