Volume 22 (2019)
Volume 21 (2018)
Volume 20 (2017)
Volume 19 (2016)
Volume 18 (2015)
Volume 17 (2014)
Volume 16 (2013)
Volume 15 (2012)
Volume 14 (2011)
Volume 13 (2010)
Volume 12 (2009)
Volume 11 (2008)
Volume 10 (2007)
Volume 9 (2006)
Volume 8 (2005)
Volume 7 (2004)
Volume 6 (2002)
Volume 5 (2002)
Volume 4 (2000)
Volume 3 (1999)
Volume 2 (1998)
Volume 1 (1997)
1. Evaluation of the efficacy of topical Caffeine in the treatment of Psoriasis Vulgaris: A randomized, double-blind clinical trial

A Vali; A Asilian; E Khalesi; L Khodami; MA Shah Talebi

Volume 8, Issue 6 , 2006, , Pages 462-465

Abstract
  Background and aim: Psoriasis is one of the most common papulosquamous diseases that often requires long-term maintenance therapy. Long-term use of topical corticosteroids on the face and intertriginous areas will increase the risk of steroids side effects such as striae and atrophy development. A safe, ...  Read More

2. Imaging techniques in dermatology

F Fatemi; A Asilian; AA Forouz Mehr

Volume 8, Issue 2 , 2005, , Pages 128-139

Abstract
  Since the discovery of X-rays, the use of imaging technology has continued to play an important role in medicine. Technological advancements have led to the development of various imaging modalities, most of which have been used to image organs deep within the human body. More recently, attention has ...  Read More

3. Skin carcinoma arising in Leishmania scar: Report of four cases

Z Nilforooshan; A Asilian; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 11-16

Abstract
  Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) are the most frequent skin cancers. The etiology of these tumors is multifactorial: Environmental and exogenous factors, genotype and phenotype factors. The development of malignant neoplasms at sites of previous dermal scars is an uncommon ...  Read More

4. Cutaneous and pulmonary Nocardiosis in a patient with Pemphigus

A Asilian; AR Yousefi

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 47-52

Abstract
  Pemphigus is a chronic blistering mucocutaneous disease, classified in immunobullous skin diseases. Infections, particularly septicemia due to Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeroginosa are the most common and dangerous disorders due to immunosuppressive therapy in this disease. Infection with ...  Read More

5. Disseminated cutaneous Leishmaniasis with Tuberculous Dactylitis: A case report

A Asilian; S Karbasioun

Volume 8, suppl , 2004, , Pages 17-20

Abstract
  Herein we report a 6-year-old Afghans patient referred to Department of Dermatology, St. AL-Zahra Hospital in Isfahan with ulcerative and nodular lesions disseminated over the face, arms, buttocks, pelvic girdle and legs in 2002. Direct smears of the lesions were positive for Leishman bodies. Leishmanin ...  Read More

6. Association of linear Morphea and perforating dermatosis: A case report

A Asilian; S Karbasioun

Volume 7, Issue 1 , 2003, , Pages 43-45

Abstract
  Linear morphea is a distinct form of morphea that occurs as a linear band usually with a single unilateral distribution. The lower extremities are most often involved. This dermatosis appears as a linear induration not necessarily related to the derm induration. We report herein a case of 20-year-old ...  Read More

7. Efficacy of Permethrin-impregnated clothes in prevention of cutaneous Leishmaniasis: A randomized, double-blind clinical trial

A Asilian; A Sadeghinia; F Shariati; SM Emam Jome; AR Ghoddusi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , 2003, , Pages 25-29

Abstract
  Background: Some researchers claim that permethrin-impregnated clothes are effective in the prevention of cutaneous leishmaniasis. Objectives: To determine the effectiveness of permethrin-impregnated clothes in the prevention of cutaneous leishmaniasis. Patients and Methods: 272 soldiers were randomized ...  Read More

8. A comparison between cryotherapy alone and combined with intralesional Glucantime injection in the treatment of papulonodular Leishmaniasis

A Asilian; A Momeni; G Faghihi; V Sadeghi; M Sadeghi; H Sadeghi

Volume 6, Issue 2 , 2003, , Pages 30-33

Abstract
  Background: Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is a parasitic disease caused by leishmania species. An ideal treatment for CL has not found yet. Objectives: To evaluate the efficacy of cryotherapy alone and combined with intralesional glucantime injection in the treatment of papulonodular CL. Patients and ...  Read More

9. Effect of vitamin E and Acitretin combination on decreasing side effects of Acitretin

A Asilian; MR Omid Ghaemi; A Momeni; F Iraji

Volume 5, Issue 3 , 2002, , Pages 22-28

Abstract
  Background: Acitretin therapy is frequently associated with reversible, dose-related side effects. Recent studies claimed that combining vitamin E with high-dose isotretinoin reduced isotretinoin-induced side effects. Objective: The purpose of this clinical trial study was to determine the effect of ...  Read More

10. Cryotherapy and its applications in dermatology

A Asilian; F Salehi

Volume 5, Issue 2 , 2002, , Pages 33-38

Abstract
  Cryotherapy is a simple, safe and effective method for many benign and malignant skin diseases. If applied with an appropriate technique, the results will be very satisfactory and the complications will be very low. Herewith we will discuss cryotherapy and its applications in dermatology and review the ...  Read More

11. Safety and efficacy of Capsaicin gel in painful and pruritic dermatoses: Post-Herpetic neuralgia, Notalgia Paresthetica, Lichen simplex chronicus

A Asilian; Z Nilforooshan

Volume 5, Issue 2 , 2002, , Pages 3-10

Abstract
  Background: Pain and pruritus are two common symptoms in dermatology that are transmitted with unmyelinated C fibers via substance P. Topical capsaicin is effective due to depletion of never endings from substance P. Objective: The efficacy and side effects capsaicin gel in painful and pruritic skin ...  Read More

12. Epidermal nevus syndrome: Report of a giant linear epidermal nevus

A Asilian; M Omrani Fard; Adabi M

Volume 4, Issue 2 , 2001, , Pages 26-28

Abstract
  Linear epidermal nevi frequently follow the lines of Blaschko and may be confused with the verrucous stage of incontinentia pigmenti. Inflammatory epidermal nevus appears as a line array of pink to red papules usually on the lower limb (Buttock and hip) clinically resembling psoriasis or eczematous dermatitis. ...  Read More

13. Treatment of nevus spilus with CO2 Laser

A Asilian; F Salehi

Volume 3, Issue 4 , 2000, , Pages 18-22

Abstract
  Background: Nevus spilus can produce considerable disfigurement. There is no specific and successful treatment for this nevus. Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of CO2 laser in the treatment of nevus spilus. Patients and Methods: This quasi-experimental clinical trial ...  Read More

14. A three-year survey of Macular Amyloidosis in dermatological clinics of Isfahan

A Asilian; Z Haj Heydari

Volume 2, Issue 3 , 1999, , Pages 21-24

Abstract
  Introduction: Macular amyloidosis is a relatively rare disease. A basic change appears to be amyloid material deposition in an apparently normal skin. The characteristic features of the disease are reticulate and ripple brown pigmentation in interscapular regions. Shoulder, back and chest. There are ...  Read More

15. Learning and teaching in dermatology

A Asilian; R Tavakoli

Volume 2, Issue 3 , 1999, , Pages 36-42

Abstract
  Explosion of medical information, increase in the speed of communications and the pressure of WHO on observing scientific rules, oblige dermatologists to have a good education and to use more effective education principles. A brief review on the publications on learning principles reveals only a small ...  Read More

16. Dermatomyositis associated with Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris: A case report

A Asilian; F Iraji

Volume 2, Issue 2 , 1999, , Pages 41-44

Abstract
  A 9-year old boy had severe muscle weakness and typical skin rash and EMG with diagnosis of dermatomyositis associated with erythrodermia with islands of normal skin and palmoplantar hyperkeratosis, which was reported. As PRP in skin biopsy. Association dermatomyositis with PRP is very rare.  Read More

17. Anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome

A Momeni; A Asilian; M Meghdadi; Sh Enshaieh; F Shariati; MA Nilforoush Zadeh; F Iraji; F Fatemi; M Amin Javaheri

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, , Pages 21-26

Abstract
  Hypersensitivity to anticonvulsant drugs have been reported many times. But anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome (AHS) is a potentially fatal drug reaction with cutaneous and systemic reaction to the arene oxide-producing anticonvulsants, phenytoin, carbamazepine, and Phenobarbital sodium. The hall-mark ...  Read More