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1. Association of Pemphigus Vulgaris and Tuberous Sclerosis: A case report

K Balighi; Sh Yazdanian; N Ghandi

Volume 9, Issue 3 , 2006, , Pages 284-288

Abstract
  Pemphigus vulgaris is a blistering autoimmune disease with suprabasal cleft formation, which is the most common autoimmune blistering disease in eastern countries, such as Middle East. Predisposition to pemphigus is linked to genetic factors. Tuberous sclerosis is also a genetic disorder of hamartoma ...  Read More

2. Becker's naevus and breast hypoplasia: A case report

AH Ehsani; N Ghandi; Sh Yazdanian; F Farahani

Volume 9, Issue 2 , 2006, , Pages 185-188

Abstract
  Becker's naevus is an acquired persistent asymmetrical area of skin pigmentation, sometimes showing evidence of increased androgen sensitivity, and colocalizing with other developmental anomalies. We report a 30-year-old woman with clinical findings compatible with Becker's naevus on her right breast ...  Read More

3. Association of Lichen Nitidus with palmar pitting: A case report

K Balighi; Sh Yazdanian

Volume 9, Issue 2 , 2006, , Pages 189-193

Abstract
  Lichen nitidus is an uncommon skin condition that is clinically characterized by the presence of pinpoint papules, which are usually asymptomatic, flesh colored, with a flat, shiny surface. The histopathologic feature of it is characteristic. We report a 30-year-old man with typical skin lesions of lichen ...  Read More

4. Epidermal nevus associated with Lymphangioma: A case report

AH Ehsani; Sh Yazdanian

Volume 8, suppl , 2005, , Pages 10-13

Abstract
  Epidermal nevi are cutaneous hamartomas developing from ectoderm and one of their types is verrucous epidermal nevus. During the neonatal period, they are pink or slightly pigmented and velvety. Later, they darken and the surface become more warty. When lesions are distributed on one side of body, it ...  Read More