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Volume 8 (2005)
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1. Acquired hyperpigmented lesion on the foot

Pouran Layegh; Nona Zabolinejad; Naghmeh Zabolinejad; Akram Momenzadeh

Volume 14, Issue 2 , 2011, , Pages 76-78

Abstract
  case: A 3.5-year-old girl presented with a 1-year history of a slow growing pigmented lesion on the dorsal aspect of her right foot. Physical examination revealed the presence of a pigmented patch with color distribution from pink to tan to dark brown, relatively well circumscribed and approximately ...  Read More

2. Bullous mycosis fungoides: report of a case

Pouran Layegh; Mohammad Reza Kalantari; Amir Omidvar-Borna; Yalda Nahidi

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

Abstract
  Mycosis fungoides is a common form of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, with characteristic histopathology and chronic clinical course. Vesiculobullous mycosis fungoides is a rare occurrence. Here we present a 55-year-old man with multiple bullous plaques of one year duration who was finally diagnosed as a ...  Read More

3. Efficacy of oral Granisetron in uremic pruritus

Pouran Layegh; Mohammad Javad Mojahedin; Parisa Emamgholitabar Malekshah; Fatemeh Nazemian; Farzaneh Sharifipour; Mohammad Vahedian

Volume 10, Issue 1 , 2007, , Pages 20-25

Abstract
  Background and aim: Uremic pruritus is a relatively common and distressing problem for patients with chronic renal failure. Serotonin and histamine have been reported as possible mediators of uremic pruritus. Granisetron, a potent and selective inhibitor of 5-HT3 receptors was developed for relief of ...  Read More

4. Goltz syndrome: A case report

Pouran Layegh; Parisa Emamgholitabar Malekshah; Seyyed Reza Mousavi

Volume 9, suppl.1 , 2006, , Pages 11-11

Abstract
  Goltz syndrome / Focal Dermal Hypoplasia (FDH) is a rare syndrome resulting from developmental defects in tissues with mesodermal origin such as eye, skin, mouth, muscoloskeletal, and central nervous system. We report a 13-year-old girl with FDH who had several features of skin, eye, and mouth involvement. ...  Read More