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1. Expense of treatment of cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Isfahan province in 1999

F Iraji; R Tavakoli

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 3-7

Abstract
  Background: Evaluation of the impacts cutaneous of leishmaniasis (CL) on the patients, their family and government are necessary. Unfortunately these evaluations have not been done. Objective: Due to increased incidence of CL in Isfahan province especially in rural areas, this study was done to assess ...  Read More

2. Evaluation of Dermatomyositis patients admitted in Sina Hospital in Ahwaz in 1990-2000

N Darvish Zadeh

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 8-14

Abstract
  Background: Dermatomyositis is an autoimmune inflammatory myopathy with distinct cutaneous findings. Its etiology is unknown. Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate demographic, clinical and paraclinical findings in patients with dermatomyositis in Ahwaz. Patients and Methods: This is descriptive, ...  Read More

3. Paederus dermatitis: A clinico-pathologic study in Ahwaz

M Radmanesh

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 15-22

Abstract
  Background: Paederus dermatitis, an acute erythemato-vesiculo-bullous dermatitis contracted through contact with the secretions of the Paederus species, is frequently seen among the people living in the south-west part of our country during spring and early summer months. Objective: This study was conducted ...  Read More

4. Assessment of the effect of topical Opium in treatment of cutaneous Leishmaniasis

MA Mapar; H Kavoosi; MA Dabbagh

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 23-28

Abstract
  Background: Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is a common cutaneous disease in the middle-east countries such as Iran. Khoozestan is an endemic area for it. The importance of this disease is in the formation of an ugly scar on the face, which damages beauty. There hasn’t been any effective topical treatment ...  Read More

5. Histopathologic evaluation of Verrucous skin lesions in renal transplant recipients

F Iraji; A Kiani; Sh Shahidi; R Vahabi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 29-33

Abstract
  Background: Warts are common in renal allograft recipients (RAR) with reported incidence of 24% to 100%. These patients also demonstrate an accelerated malignant transformation of warts. Although in immunocompetent patients, the histology of common warts is quite predictable, this is not so in RAR. Objective: ...  Read More

6. Langerhans cell Histiocytosis: Report of a case with cutaneous lesions with favorable response to oral Thalidomide

H Mortazavi; AH Ehsani; Z Safaei Naraghi; M Asgari

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 34-40

Abstract
  We report of a 29-year-old man presented with yellow-red, scaling papules on the skin of scalp, retro-auricular folds, inguinal, axillary, chest and abdomen. The lesions had a poikilodermatious appearance in some areas, such as trunk. The patient also had diabetes insipidus and skull osteolytic lesions. ...  Read More

7. Skin Tuberculosis presenting as a Tinea Incognito-like eruption: A case report

S Rasayi; H Kavoosi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 41-47

Abstract
  Lupus vulgaris is a progressive form of skin tuberculosis occurring in the patients with a moderate to high degree of immunity. It is reported to be the commonest type of skin tuberculosis. Our case was a 40 year-old man who referred with multiple, erythematous, annular plaques, 30-50 mm in diameter ...  Read More

8. Report of a case of Proteus syndrome with severe anemia

MM Kooshyar; AR Alihosseini

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, Pages 48-55

Abstract
  Proteus syndrome is a rare congenital disorder comprised of subcutaneous and internal hamartomas, miscellaneous skin and vascular nevi, skeletal and nervous system and eye malformations, with characteristic manifestations including hemihypertrophy, local gigantism, macrodactyly and cerebriform thickness ...  Read More