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1. Diagnostic concordance among dermatopathologists in basal cell carcinoma subtyping: Results of a study in a skin referral hospital in Tehran, Iran

Reza Yaghoobi; Nader Pazyar; Hooman Kalantar; Azita Nikoo; Zahra Naraghi; Kambiz Kamyab; Alireza Ganadan; Zohre Khodashenas; Azadeh Goodarzi; Fatemeh Mohaghegh

Volume 20, Issue 1 , 2017, , Pages 21-25

Abstract
  Background: Basal cell carcinomas (BCC) are the most prevalent among non-melanoma skin cancers (NMSC), which correspond to the most common skin cancers. BCC histopathological subtyping is a problem in therapeutic management. Therefore, we have decided to perform a histopathologic study for better classification ...  Read More

2. A lesion with mucoid discharge in the neck

Mona Abdolreza; Vahide Lajevardi; Kamran Balighi; Kambiz Kamyab; Zahra Naraghi; Soroush Daklan

Volume 15, Issue 1 , 2012, , Pages 26-28

Abstract
  A 25-year-old woman referred to our department with a lesion in the anterior part of her neck (Figure 1) since childhood. She complained of a clear discharge from the lesion which increased with pressure. Two years ago, the lesion was treated with electrosurgery but relapsed a few months later. Examination ...  Read More

3. Incidence of incomplete excision in surgically treated basal cell carcinomas and identification of the related risk factors

Mostafa Mirshams Shahshahani; Mahmood Razzaghi; Amir Houshang Ehsani; Pedram Normohamadpour; Zahra Naraghi; Kambiz Kamyab; Sara Sabouri Rad

Volume 14, Issue 1 , 2011, , Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Background: Surgery is the most frequent treatment modality for basal cell carcinoma but in spite of its high cure rate, the frequency of incomplete excision varies widely (0.7-50%) among dermatologic centers. Our case series was designed to determine the frequency of incompletely excised basal cell ...  Read More