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1. The frequency of skin allergens in patients with contact dermatitis

SM Davoudi; AA Karimi Zarchi; S Ghafouri Manesh; AR Firooz; M Nasiri Kashani; Y Dowlati

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 166-170

Abstract
  Background: Eczema is one of the most widely spread inflammatory skin disorders contact dermatitis is an eczematous dermatitis that is produced as a result of contact with a substance in the environment. The substance can act as an irritant or allergen. Every country has allergen particular to itself. ...  Read More

2. A comparison between systemic PUVA therapy alone and combined with topical Calcipotriol in the treatment of generalized Vitiligo

M Akhyani; Z Hallaji; AH Ehsani; T Mokarrami; F Gorouhi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 171-176

Abstract
  Background: Vitiligo is a relatively common acquired depigmentary disorder affecting approximately 1% of general population. PUVA therapy is the most effective modality and commonly used as the primary treatment of generalized Vitiligo. Objective: To evaluate the synergistic effect of topical Calcipotriol ...  Read More

3. Skin lesions in 800 Iranian victims of Mustard gas, 14-20 years after exposure

H Mortazavi; M Reziei; SN Emadi; MJ Nakhaei; MR Soroush; P Noor Mohammadpour; S Toosi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 177-189

Abstract
  Background: Mustard gas is a disabling chemical weapon and was widely used in first world war and Iraq-Iran war. Its toxic effects could be acute or chronic and they could particularly affects lungs, eyes and skin. Objective: To study the frequency of chronic complications of sulfure Mustard gas in Iranian ...  Read More

4. Frequency of skin disorders according to ICD 10 in patients referred to the skin clinic of Yazd University of Medical Sciences in the summer of 1999

MT Noor Bala; N Poursina

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 190-194

Abstract
  Background: Getting access to information about expansion and spread of skin diseases and determination of common types of them in any specific area has particular importance. There is no doubt that cultural, social and genetic factors by an important role in the epidemiology of skin diseases. Objective: ...  Read More

5. Selenium in patients with Alopecia Areata: A case-control study

V Feizi; H Mortazavi; B Barik Bin; M Yousefi; AR Ranjbar

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 195-200

Abstract
  Background: Autoimmune mechanisms are involved in the etiology of Alopecia areata. It is also shown that Selenium has some effects on regulation of autoimmune mechanisms. Objective: To compare the plasma level of Selenium between those with and without Alopecia areata. Patients and Methods: In this case-control ...  Read More

6. Cutaneous lymphomas and pseudolymphomas: A ten-year study at Emam Reza and Omid hospitals in Mashhad, using immunohistochemical and new classification methods

AR Khooei; MR Keramat

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 201-210

Abstract
  Background: Cutaneous lymphomas are monoclonal neoplastic proliferations of immune cells most frequently T or B cells that infiltrates skin. Development of new diagnostic methods, particularly those for immunophenotyping, have substantially changed classification of these neoplasms. These reasons prompted ...  Read More

7. Efficacy of topical immunotherapy of extensive and/or chronic Alopecia Areata with Diphencyprone

M Emad; Sh Aghaei; P Jafari

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 211-217

Abstract
  Background: Highly variable results of topical immunotherapy with Diphencyprone (DPC) in the treatment of Alopecia areata have been reported so far. Objective: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy and tolerability of DPC in the treatment of severe and chronic chronic Alopecia areata. ...  Read More

8. Clinical trial of an herbal ointment in reduction of hair density in Hirsutism

M Emam Ghoreishi; R Salman Pour; MR Panjeh Shahin

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 218-223

Abstract
  Background: Hirsutism can result in cosmetic and psychological problems in women. Because of diverse etiological factors, treatment with a single drug is not usually successful. On the other hand, treatment of Hirsutism can be associated with adverse effects. Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of a ...  Read More

9. Night sweats

J Ayatollahi

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 224-231

Abstract
  Although night sweating is a common outpatient complaint medical, literature on this subject is scarce. Tuberculosis, brucellosis and lymphoma are diseases in which night sweating is a dominant symptom, but these are infrequently found to be the cause of night sweats in modern practice. While these diseases ...  Read More

10. Treatment of chronic cutaneous graft versus host disease (GVHD) with photochemotherapy with Psoralen (PUVA): A report of five cases

SZ Ghodsi; B Bahar; K Balighi; MR Ranj Kesh

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 232-236

Abstract
  Chronic graft versus host disease (GVHD) remains the most common late complication of allogenic stem cell transplantation and the most frequent cause of morbidity and mortality in these patients. To control this condition, immunosuppressive drugs are usually administered at a high dose and for a long ...  Read More

11. Congenital diffuse Melanosis in a father and two sons

M Barzegari; SN Emadi; RM Robati

Volume 8, Issue 3 , 2005, Pages 237-241

Abstract
  Congenital diffuse Melanosis is one of the rarest clinical manifestations of hereditary universal Melanosis and only few cases have been reported all over the world. The presented case is a 54-year-old man who presented to us complaining of erythematous annular lesions on his face and neck since 8 months ...  Read More