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1. Immunotherapy of Leishmania Tropica skin infection with autologous Buffy Coat injection

S Shamsi Meymandi; Sh Dabiri; F Soleimani

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, Pages 7-12

Abstract
  Many investigators believe that immunotherapy will be the only selected treatment for leishmaniasis in the future. Leishmanization, vaccination or injection of stimulating mediators are among various forms of immunotherapy. In this pilot study, 5 volunteers with cutaneous leishmaniasis due to L.tropica ...  Read More

2. Comparison of diagnostic criteria for Atopic dermatitis in epidemiological studies

A Athar Moein

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, Pages 13-16

Abstract
  Atopic dermatitis is one of the commonest childhood diseases. Large variations in the prevalence of the disease have been observed in different studies. This variation in the prevalence may be not only from genetic and environmental factors but also from methodology of estimating prevalence of the disease. ...  Read More

3. A short review on immunology of Atopic dermatitis

Z Eslami

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, Pages 17-20

Abstract
  Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a pruritic, relapsing, chronic disease that arises most commonly during infancy, childhood, or adolescence. It is clear that genetic factors are important in AD, a family history of AD, allergic rhinitis, and/or asthma and other “Atopic” phenomena being common in ...  Read More

4. Anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome

A Momeni; A Asilian; M Meghdadi; Sh Enshaieh; F Shariati; MA Nilforoush Zadeh; F Iraji; F Fatemi; M Amin Javaheri

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, Pages 21-26

Abstract
  Hypersensitivity to anticonvulsant drugs have been reported many times. But anticonvulsant hypersensitivity syndrome (AHS) is a potentially fatal drug reaction with cutaneous and systemic reaction to the arene oxide-producing anticonvulsants, phenytoin, carbamazepine, and Phenobarbital sodium. The hall-mark ...  Read More

5. A case of toenail Onychomycosis with Scopulariopsis Brevicalis

A Miramin Mohammadi; AR Firooz

Volume 2, Issue 1 , 1998, Pages 27-32

Abstract
  During 12 months survey on 33 patients with onychomycosis, only one of them showed infection due to scopulariopsis brevicalis. The case was a 38-year-old male with great toe nail lesion which was diagnosed as Trichophyton rubrum based on smear and culture. The patient was treated with 3 weekly pulses ...  Read More