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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. Congenital naevoid psoriasis

Reza Yaghoobi; Seyyed Arash Abtahian

Volume 10, Suppl.2 , 2007, , Pages 5-5

Abstract
  Psoriasis is quite common in childhood, although congenital psoriasis is very rare. Here, we report a 2-year-old girl with typical linear psoriasis associated with bilateral hypopigmentation of breasts which has been present since birth.    Read More

3. Nodular colloid milium of the ears

Reza Yaghoobi; Niloofar Sina

Volume 10, Suppl.2 , 2007, , Pages 6-6

Abstract
  Colliod milium is a degenerative change, which is characterized clinically by development of multiple yellowish, translucent papules and nodules on the light exposed skin and histologically by the presence of colloid in the dermal papillae. This is a rare condition and has some variants. We report a ...  Read More

4. Bilateral inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus

Reza Yaghoobi; Niloofar Sina; Nastaran Ranjbari; Rana Rafiei

Volume 9, suppl.1 , 2006, , Pages 5-5

Abstract
  Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus (ILVEN) is a unilateral skin disorder which usually manifests in infancy or childhood. Female predominance, frequent leg involvement, pruritus, resistance to treatment, and a psoriasiform histologic pattern are other common characteristics of this disease. ...  Read More