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1. Prevalence of Melasma in women in Ardebil city in 2002

H Edalat Khah; F Amani; G Rezaifar

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 72-77

Abstract
  Background: Melasma is a pattern of facial pigmentation that affects upper lip, cheeks, forehead and chin. The disease is seen mainly in 30-55 year old women, and may be regarded as a physiological change in pregnancy. Its etiologic nature is still unknown. Objective: To determine the prevalence of melasma ...  Read More

2. Efficacy of integration methods in the control of cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Imamzadeh Agha Ali Abbas in Natanz in Isfahan in 1996-98

MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; T Jalayer; B Ataei; F Jafari; M Motavali Emami

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 78-83

Abstract
  Background: Humans, rodents and sandflies have role in transmitted cycle of cutaneous leishmaniasis. To control the disease, promoting the environment, killing the rodent and poisoning the vectors are recommended, individually all over the world. Since, there is no effective vaccine against this disease, ...  Read More

3. The relationship between Vitiligo and Thyroid gland dysfunctions: A case-control study

M Bani Hashemi; Sh Izadi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 84-87

Abstract
  Background: There is controversy about the relationship between vitiligo and thyroid dysfunction. Objective: To evaluate the relationship between vitiligo and thyroid disorders. Patients and Methods: This was a case-control study carried out on individuals with vitiligo in 2004 in Zahedan, that had it ...  Read More

4. Efficacy of Paromomycin ointment prepared in Iran (Paromo-U) against cutaneous Leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania major in mouse model

M Mohebali; P Yaghoobi; B Hooshmand; A Khamesipour

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 88-94

Abstract
  Background: Considering the difficulties, adverse effects and unsuitable response to commonly used drugs; it is essential to find an alternative, particularly local treatment for cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL). Objective: Determination of efficacy of topical paromomycin (Paromo-U ointment) against CL caused ...  Read More

5. Evaluation of different diagnostic methods in Onychomycosis

M Karimzadegan Nia; A Miramin Mohamadi; AR Firooz; MR Shidfar

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 95-100

Abstract
  Background: At present time, the diagnosis of onychomycosis is based on clinical signs, direct exam and fungal culture, whereas Pathologic methods have shown to be more sensitive than other methods. Objective: Evaluation of pathologic methods in the diagnosis of onychomycosis in comparison to direct ...  Read More

6. A review on evidence-based medicine

AR Firooz; AR Khatami

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 101-111

Abstract
  Physicians’ daily need for valid information about diseases, their limited time for finding this information, the inadequacy of traditional sources (E.g. textbooks) to address this matter, the disparity between physicians diagnostic skills and clinical judgment (Which increase with experience) ...  Read More

7. Palpebral Leishmaniasis with Trichiasis: A case report

G Sadeghian; MA Nilforoosh Zadeh; N Ansari

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 112-115

Abstract
  Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a parasitic hyperendemic disease in Isfahan. Its lesions can be solitary or multiple depending on the number of insect bites and is usually seen exposed areas. The possibility of insect bite on palpebral area is rare due to the protection by eyelashes and palpebral motion. ...  Read More

8. Atypical (Fungiform) basal cell carcinoma arising on a Tattoo: A case report

M Omidian; N Emad Mostoufi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , 2004, Pages 116-119

Abstract
  Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a malignant tumor that may arise in skin damaged by sunlight and ionizing radiation in burn or vaccination scars. Clinical variants of BCC include nodular, morphea type, superficial and polypoid. Tattoo reactions are histologically diverse and can be classified in three ...  Read More