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Original Article
2. Relationship of blood types (ABO/Rh) with recurrent aphthous ulcers: A case-control study

Rezazadeh Fahimeh; Salah Shilan; Bahareh Nazemi Salman; Ebrahim Shahdadi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 40-44

Abstract
  Background: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is among the most common oral lesions and pain is often the chief complaint of patients. The main etiology of RAS is unknown but several predisposing factors have been suggested. This study aims to assess the correlation of blood types (ABO/Rh) with RAS. ...  Read More

Original Article
3. Demographic and histopathologic characteristics of Marjolin’s ulcers in Razi Hospital, Tehran, Iran: A 5-year survey

Ehsani Amir Houshang; Noormohammadpour Pedram; Nasiri Nafiseh; Faraz Parastoo Tavasoli; Goodarzi Azadeh

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 45-49

Abstract
  Background: Approximately 0.77% to 2% of cutaneous ulcers and post-burn scars will develop malignant degeneration. When squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) emerges in a chronic scar or ulcer, it often is referred to as Marjolin’s ulcer (MU). Methods: This cross-sectional study assessed demographic information ...  Read More

Original Article
4. Evaluation of the efficacy of integrative programs in improving diabetic foot ulcers’ outcomes: A cross-sectional study

Aminian Neda; Momeni Mahnoush; Ranjpoor Faraz; Eidipoor Hoda; Rahbar Hossein

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 50-53

Abstract
  Background: Treatment of a diabetic foot is a principal step in rehabilitative approaches to the complications of diabetes mellitus. Use of integrative educational courses for diabetic patients is dependent on several factors such as cultural entities of the population, patient perceptions of classes, ...  Read More

Case Report
5. Tinea incognito simulating dermatitis herpetiformis: An unusual case report

Jowkar Farideh; Saki Nasrin; Derayesh Mohmmad; Aslani Fatemeh Sari

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 54-56

Abstract
  Tinea incognito is a dermatophyte infection of the skin with an atypical presentation attributed to inappropriate treatment with immunosuppressive medications. In thi  Read More

Case Report
6. A rare ophthalmologic disorder: Gyrate atrophy with sparse hair

Namazi Nastaran; Golfeshan Atefe; Saghi Bita

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 57-59

Abstract
  Gyrate atrophy (GA) is a rare, progressive metabolic choroid and retinal degeneration that results from a deficiency of the pyridoxal phosphate-dependent mitochondrial matrix enzyme ornithine aminotransferase. Here, we report the case of a 40-yearold woman who presented with a gradual decline in visual ...  Read More

Case Report
7. Transgrediens et progrediens palmoplantar keratoderma of Sybert: Four cases in a single family

Tiwary Anup Kumar; Mishra Dharmendra Kumar

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 60-64

Abstract
  Palmoplantar keratoderma of Sybert (PPK of Sybert) or Sybert’s keratoderma was first documented by Virginia Sybert in 1988. Due to the high degree of similarity, it was previously considered to be Greither’s keratoderma, an established entity at that time. Currently, clinical and ultrastructural ...  Read More

Letter to Editor
8. Serum prolactin level in psoriasis

Wiwanitkit Viroj

Volume 19, Issue 2 , 2016, Pages 65-65

Abstract
  The recent report, “Serum prolactin level in psoriasis”, is very interesting 1. Ghiasi et al. concluded that “it seems that while intracutaneous prolactin may contribute to the pathogenesis of psoriasis, the probable role of pituitary-produced circulating prolactin in the disease process ...  Read More