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Conradi's Syndrome
M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 1986,
Abstract: A 2- year old girl is presented with dehydration, anemia, marasums, bilateral cataracts, short arms and short second fingers as well as syndactyly of the fourth and 5th fingers. Radiography showed stippled epiphysial cartilages. The patient died after seizures that were resistant to therapy. Conradi's syndrome, characterized by stippled epiphysial cartilages in the first years of life, may be associated with many other anomalies including dwarfness, asymmetrical shortness of the extremities, congenital hip dislocation, scoliosis, kyphosis and ectodermal lesions consisting of alopecia, cataracts, ichthyosis and hyperkeratosis. 2 genetic forms, the severe autosomal recessive and the more being autosomal dominant, and a non-genetic form of the disease are reported. The treatment includes orthopedic procedures and physiotherapy.
Drug Therapy in Diarrhea
M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 1985,
Abstract: The drug used in diarrhea must be effective in that they reduce the secretion and increase the absorption of the intestinal mucosa. This seems to be only possible with morphine derivatives. But these are not recommended as they may cause ileus. Antibiotics are indicated in only few cases of severe intestinal infections. Other frequently used drugs such as adsorbents are practically of no effect. Thus, rehydration, electrolyte substitution and realimentation remain the most effective method of treatment of acute diarrhea in infants.
Drugs and Breast Milk
M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 1985,
Acrodermatitis Enteropathica
M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 1985,
Abstract: A 2 -year-old girl with acrodermatitis Enteropathica is presented. She suffered of diarrhea, skin lesions and total alopecia since she was 2 months old. She was admitted to the hospital in poor general condition and severely malnourished. The zinc level in blood serum was remarkably low. The therapy was started with daily 15 mg zinc sulfate. The recovery was complete. The literature on the disease is reviewed and some aspects of the entity are discussed.
A retrospective study of oral lichen planus in oral pathology department, Tehran University of Medical Sciences (1968-2002)
Khalili M.,Shojaee M.
Journal of Dental Medicine , 2006,
Abstract: Background and Aim: Oral lichen planus is a chronic mucocutaneous disease with various clinical expressions. The histopathologic features are not characteristic and may be seen in other diseases. The aim of this study was to determine the clinical and pathologic features of oral lichen planus in oral pathology department of dental school, Tehran university of medical sciences. Materials and Methods: In this case series study, archive of oral pathology department from 1968 to 2002 was reviewed and cases diagnosed as lichen planus and related lesions selected. The diagnosis of oral lichen planus was confirmed by evaluation of microscopic slides. Clinical informations such as age, sex, site and duration of lesions and differential diagnosis as well as microscopic findings were recorded. Data were analyzed with SPSS software using t student, ANOVA, Chi-square and Post Hoc Tukey tests with p<0.05 as the limit of significance. Results: From a total of 402 cases recorded as lichen planus and related lesions, 251 cases were confirmed for final analysis. The mean age of patients was 42 years (5 to 83 years). 50.4% of cases were men and 49.6% women. The most prevalent clinical type was the ulcerative form and the mean duration of disease was 18.4 months. Buccal mucosa was most frequently involved followed by the tongue and gingiva. A white patch, Wickham’s striae and mucosal erythema were the most prevalent clinical appearance and parakeratosis , orthokeratosis and eosinophilic band the most frequent microscopic features. Conclusion: Based on the results of this study, the correlation of clinical and pathological findings in the proper diagnosis of oral lichen planus is emphasized.
Abdominal Epilepsy
H Ehsani,M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics , 1985,
A 20-Year Retrospective Study of Salivary Gland Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma in a Sample of Iranian Patients
M. Khalili,F. Salamat
Journal of Dentistry of Tehran University of Medical Sciences , 2009,
Abstract: Objective: The aim of the present study was to investigate the demographic and pathological aspects of adenoid cystic carcinomas (ACC) in an Iranian sample based on a 20-year archive review.Materials and Methods: In this descriptive study, tumors of the head and neck registered between 1980 and 2000 were evaluated and cases of ACC were selected. Patients’ medical records and pathology reports were reviewed. Variables such as age, sex, duration of disease,symptoms, site of tumor involvement and tumor diameter as well as pathologic features were recorded. Analysis was performed using chi-square and t-tests; P<0.05 was considered as the level of significance.Results: ACC was the most common malignant tumor followed by mucoepidermoid carcinoma and adenocarcinoma NOS. A total of 120 ACCs were found, of which 50.8% occurred in females and 49.2% in males. Patients’ ages ranged from 5 to 90 with a mean of 49.2 (SD=15.9) years. In 60.9% of cases, minor salivary glands were involved and the palate was the most common site. The greatest tumor diameter was between 2-15cm with a mean of 4.6 cm (SD=2.9). The most prevalent histologic appearance was cribriform, followed by tubular pattern. No significant relation was observed between lymph node metastasisand patients’ age, sex, disease duration, greatest tumor diameter and site of involvement.Conclusion: Our findings were relatively similar to other reports from different parts of the world. Further analytic and case-control studies are recommended to gain a better understanding of different aspects of ACC.
A general approach to movements and functional assessment for pediatrics rehabilitation
Amoozadeh Khalili M.
Koomesh , 2007,
Abstract: The use of measurement tools in rehabilitation has an important role. For clinicians, measurements provide important information to support effective clinical reasoning. This study aimed to establish current kinesiological assessment for evaluation of children with movement disorders. A number of assessment tools including, tone measurement, functional measurement, assessment of range of motion, reflex testing, fine and gross motions and sensory testing have been proposed for evaluation of children movements. In summary, it has been discussed some important measurement tools for evaluation of pediatrics movements in the present article.
Comparison of psychomotor development in urban and rural preschool children
M. Amouzadeh Khalili
Journal of Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: Baekgrouund & purpose: The purpose of this study was comparing the motor and cognitive development of urban and rural preschool children in Semnan, Iran.Materials and Methods: 97 healthy preschool children participated in the study, including 57 urban (n1=57) and 40 rural (n2=40) children.6 assessment methods including equilibrium on one leg, drawing a man, Juorchin, fekr-e-bekr, equilibrium board and the test of easy fine motor, were employed to evaluate the motor and cognitive development in the participants.For analysis of the obtained results t tests was used to determine significant differences between the two groups.Results:equilibrium on one leg and the test of easy fine motor, considering there was significant differences between, urban and rural groups.In the other four tests there was no significant differences between the two groups.Conclusion: the findings indicated that the rural children have more success in motor skills when compared to urban children, while in cognitive tests the two groups showed the same results, indicating. That revision is required for the preschool programme
PCR-Detection of Coxiella Burnetii in Ticks Collected from Sheep and Goats in Southeast Iran
SR Nourollahi Fard,M Khalili
Iranian Journal of Arthropod-Borne Diseases , 2011,
Abstract: Background: There is a little data on Coxiella burnetii (Q fever agent) in Iran. Ticks may play a significant role in the transmission of C. burnetii among animals. The aim of this study was to use polymerase chain reaction for the detec-tion of C. burnetii in ticks collected in Southeast Iran.Methods: One hundred and sixty ticks were collected from domestic animals in three localities of Kerman Province, South-east Iran from November to June 2009. The collected ticks were divided into 35 pools and examined by Trans-PCR for C. burnetii.Results: Three pools, each consisting of five female of Hyalomma anatolicum anatolicum and one pool (6 ticks) of Rhipicephalus sanguineus ticks collected from goats and sheep were found to be positive by Trans-PCR. Conclusion: This paper documents the first molecular detection of C. burnetii in ticks, which shows their role as puta-tive vectors and reservoirs for this pathogenic agent.
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