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Original Article
1. Relationship between female androgenetic alopecia and serum lipid levels

Tehranchinia Zohreh; Namazi Nastaran; Sarah Ershadi; Laya Rahbar Nikoukar; Gity Taheri

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 41-44

Abstract
  Background: Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is a non-scarring alopecia which consists of miniaturization of the terminal hair under the influence of androgens. Some scholars have reported an association between AGA and coronary artery disease (CAD), probably due to alterations in CAD risk factors. However, ...  Read More

Original Article
2. Serum levels of vitamin B12, folic acid, and homocysteine in patients with vitiligo

Ghiasi Maryam; Lajevardi Vahide; Farahbakhsh Abbas

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 45-50

Abstract
  Background and Aim: Vitiligo is a hypopigmentation disorder of the skin that is associated with depression and an impaired quality of life. There has been conflicting reports on the association between the disease and the serum levels of homocysteine, vitamin B12, and folic acid.In this study,serum levels ...  Read More

Original Article
3. Evaluation of Lewis phenotypes in patients with psoriasis

Dadras Mohammad Shahidi; Golfeshan Atefe; Younespour Shima

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 51-55

Abstract
  Background: It seems that there are similar associated diseases in psoriasis and Lewis (b) negative phenotypes such as diabetesmellitus, cardiovascular events, and metabolic syndrome. Therefore, we decided to evaluate the frequency of Lewis henotypes in patients with chronic plaque type psoriasis. A ...  Read More

Original Article
4. Human papillomavirus genotypes in 108 patients with anogenital warts in a sexually transmitted disease clinic in Tehran

Soori Tahereh; Esmaeili Nafiseh; Najmeh Rajabi; Amir Houshang Ehsani

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 56-60

Abstract
  Background and Objective: Genital warts, the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD), are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Few studies have been performed on Iranian women with genital warts or cervix cancer but there isno documented data about genital warts and HPV genotyping in Iranian ...  Read More

Original Article
5. Association of human papilloma viruses with adnexal tumors

Mohammad Rahmati-Roodsari; Maryam Ranjbar; Azadeh Rakhshan

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 61-64

Abstract
  Background: Some studies have reported a correlation between adnexal tumors and human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. We performed this study to determine the incidence of HPV infection in adnexal tumor samples to further clarify any potential link between HPV and the pathogenesis of adnexal ...  Read More

Case Report
6. A case report and brief review of the literature of an unusual vascular malformation: linear verrucous hemangioma

Shilpa Y Krishnegowda; Sudhir Kumar

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 65-68

Abstract
  Verrucous hemangiomas (VH) are uncommon, congenital vascular malformations of the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues that spare the deeper subfacial structures. VH usually presents at birth and slowly grows with age. It usually presents as hyperkeratotic, scattered, bluish-red plaques or nodules of various ...  Read More

Case Report
7. Parameatal urethral cyst of the glans penis: A rare entity

Gupta Mrinal; Gupta Anish

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 69-70

Abstract
  Parameatal urethral cysts are a rare benign condition usually seen in males. They are usually asymptomatic but may producesymptoms like difficulty in micturition, pain during intercourse, urinary retention and distortion of the urinary stream. We reporta case of parameatal urethral cyst in a 17 year ...  Read More

Case Report
8. Rapid-growing juvenile xanthogranuloma on the nose of a 16-year-old boy

Banihashemi Mahnaz; Meibodi Naser Tayebi; Kardan Golsan

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 71-73

Abstract
  Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG) is an uncommon histiocytic cutaneous lesion. It is a type of non-Langerhans cell histiocytosis(WHO Class IIb). The mean age of onset is 2 years of age. The adult form of JXG is relatively rare. The most common affectedarea is the face or the scalp and most of the lesions ...  Read More

Case Report
9. Multidermatomal nevus comedonicus: A case report

Barzegar Mohamad Reza; Golfeshan Atefe

Volume 18, Issue 2 , 2015, Pages 74-76

Abstract
  Nevus comedonicus is an uncommon variant of adnexal hamartoma and is considered a rare subtype of epidermal nevi. It was first described in 1895 by Kofmann who used the term “comedo-nevus”. It manifests as a group of closely dilated follicular openings with dark keratin plugs resembling comedones. ...  Read More