Volume 23 (2020)
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)
1. Rediscovering Thalidomide

H Tabatabai; Z Haji Abbasi

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 12-22

Abstract
  Thalidomide, a hypnosedative drug introduced in the 1950, has been used in a variety of dermatologic conditions during the past few decades. Although originally withbrawn from world market on discovery of its teratogenic effect, it has since been selectively reintroduced for use in various disorders ...  Read More

2. True picture of cutaneous and mucosal lesions of Behcet’s disease in 3751 cases

Ch Chams; F Davachi; F Shahram; M Akbarian; F Gharibdoost; AH Nadji; AR Jamshidi; H Chams

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 23-28

Abstract
  Background: There is not yet a pathognomonic laboratory test for the diagnosis of Behcet’s Disease (BD). The diagnosis is therefore based on clinical manifestations. Mucocutaneous lesions are the most important and the most frequent clinical manifestations of BD. Objective: To study the mucocutaneous ...  Read More

3. Clinical features of cutaneous Leishmaniasis and some demographic characteristics in Kerman

افسانه علوی; ایرج اسفندیارپور

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 29-33

Abstract
  Cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by leishmania tropica is endemic in Iran. Kerman is the fifth most infected foci of dry type of cutaneous leishmaniasis after Tehran, Mashhad, Naishabor and Shiraz. We studied the clinical features of this disease in 664 patients referred to the dermatology and private ...  Read More

4. Psychosomatic skin diseases

M Radmanesh; S Shafiei

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 34-37

Abstract
  Background: Thirty to forty percent of the patients referred to dermatologic clinics are estimated to have psychiatric problems. These patients either are those who have developed dermatologic problems as a consequence of their primary psychiatric disorders or those who have developed psychiatric disorders ...  Read More

5. Ophthalmic and dermatological manifestations of Rosacea

H Samiei

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 38-39

Abstract
  Rosacea is a chronic disorder of unknown etiology with facial and ocular manifestations. It frequently affects women in the fourth to seventh decades, and patients often present to ophthalmologists with complaints relating to blepharitis, meibomianitis, or tear disturbances. Characteristic skin change ...  Read More

6. Report of a family with a Harlequin newborn from Iran

D Farhud; F Azizi

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 40-42

Abstract
  Harlequin Ichthyosis is a dermal disorder that always lead to an early death after birth. Although the clinical characteristics of this disorder has been described perfectly but the molecular basis of which isn’t clear well. Harlequin fetus is an Autosomal recessive trait and prenatal diagnosis ...  Read More

7. Case report: A pitfall in dermatopathology

P Sepehri; AR Firooz; Y Dowlati

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 43-46

Abstract
  A 47-year-old man with 3 years history of a pruritic plaque, 1×3 cm on his left leg attended a dermatology clinic. An incisional biopsy was done with the differential diagnoses of: 1) Hypertrophic lichen planus, 2) Lichen simplex chronicus, 3) Psoriasis, 4) Bowen's disease. A diagnosis of “Fibroepithelioma” ...  Read More

8. Case report: Pedunculated Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans from Kerman

S Saryazdi; S Shamsi Meymandi; Sh Dabiri

Volume 1, 3-4 , 1998, Pages 47-50

Abstract
  Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans is a tumor of intermediate malignancy characterized by its aggressive local growth and marked propensity to recur after surgical excision. Many forms of the tumor has been reported. We report a pedunculated form of tumor. A 45-year-old woman felt a growing tumor on her ...  Read More