Background: Lung cancer is one of the common causes of death worldwide. Although the incidence rate of lung cancer in Western countries is decreasing, it presents a growing trend in developed countries. Since there is no accurate enough information about the epidemiological and Histopathologic features of lung cancer in central Iran, Isfahan, we were motivated to conduct this research. Materials and Methods: This was a descriptive, cross-sectional study carried out in central Iran, Isfahan. All demographic, histopathological and clinical data of the lung cancer patients registered in MACSA, a referral charity-based cancer center in central Iran, was analyzed within 2012-2018 using SPSS v.22 software. Results: Altogether 260 patients with lung cancer were included in this study from 6127 cancer patients registered within 2012-2018 (4.2%). Out of them, 66.2% were men, and 18.8 % of the patients were alive at the time of the study. The mean age of the patients at diagnosis was 61.56 (SD=14.11, range: 9-93)
Background Childhood malnutrition as a major public health problem among children in developing countries can affect physical and intellectual growth and is also considered as a main cause of child morbidity and mortality. The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence of under-nutrition and identify determinants of malnutrition among children under 6 years of age in Fars province, Iran. Methods This survey was conducted by house to house visit through multi-stage sampling in 30 cities of Fars province, during December 2012 to January 2013. A total of 15408 children, aged 0-6 years old, were studied for nutritional assessment in terms of underweight, stunting, and wasting. Also, socio-demographic measures were obtained from structured questionnaire. Backward stepwise logistic regression was used to relate underlying factors to the odds of under-nutrition indices. Results The rates of stunting, underweight, and wasting were 9.53, 9.66, and 8.19%, respectively. Male children were more
Antifungal activity of terrestrial Streptomyces rochei strain HF391 against clinical azole -resistant Aspergillus fumigatus Journal Article published 1 Mar 2015 in Current Medical Mycology volume 1 issue 2 on pages 19 to 24 Authors: S Hadizadeh, H Forootanfar, GH Shahidi Bonjar, M Falahati Nejad, A Karamy Robati, SA Ayatollahi Mousavi, S Amirporrostami, Department of Medical Mycology & Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran, Herbal and Traditional Medicines Research Center, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran, Department of Plant Pathology & Biotechnology, College of Agriculture, Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran, Student Research Committee, Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Sari, Iran, Department of Medical Mycology & Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, Iran, Department of Medical Mycology & Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Kerman, ...
Background and purpose: Breastfeeding is the best method of nutrition for infants and would lead to better somatic growth and neurologic development. It is an effective factor in decreasing infant morbidity and mortality. Inadequate breastfeeding results in complications such as failure to thrive, dehydration, uremia, azotemia and hypernatremia. The aim ...
KUMS - Kerman University of Medical Sciences. Looking for abbreviations of KUMS? It is Kerman University of Medical Sciences. Kerman University of Medical Sciences listed as KUMS
Received: 10 March, 2009Accepted: 29 July, 2009 Abstract Background & Aims: Vision is an important indicator of health and life quality. The latest estimates of the World Health Organization indicate that there are 161 million visually impaired people worldwide. The most common reason for impaired vision may be refractive error. ...
Posted on 03/04/2004 12:12:05 AM PST by DoctorZIn. The US media almost entirely ignores news regarding the Islamic Republic of Iran. As Tony Snow of the Fox News Network has put it, this is probably the most under-reported news story of the year. But most American s are unaware that the Islamic Republic of Iran is NOT supported by the masses of Iranians today. Modern Iranians are among the most pro-American in the Middle East. There is a popular revolt against the Iranian regime brewing in Iran today. Starting June 10th of this year, Iranians have begun taking to the streets to express their desire for a regime change. Most want to replace the regime with a secular democracy. Many even want the US to over throw their government. The regime is working hard to keep the news about the protest movement in Iran from being reported. Unfortunately, the regime has successfully prohibited western news reporters from covering the demonstrations. The voices of discontent within Iran are sometime murdered, ...
Use of biotin targeted methotrexateâ human serum albumin conjugated nanoparticles to enhance methotrexate antitumor efficacy Azade Taheri1, Rassoul Dinarvand1,2, Faranak Salman Nouri1, Mohammad Reza Khorramizadeh3, Atefeh Taheri Borougeni4, Pooria Mansoori5, Fatemeh Atyabi1,21Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 2Nanotechnology Research Centre, Faculty of Pharmacy, Tehran University of Medical sciences, Tehran, Iran; 3Department of Pathobiology, School of Public Health, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 4Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Faculty of Dentistry, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 5Faculty of Medicine, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, Ahvaz, IranAbstract: Biotin molecules could be used as suitable targeting moieties in targeted drug delivery systems against tumors. To develop a biotin targeted drug delivery system, we employed human serum albumin (HSA) as a
Background: Birds are considered as a reservoir for pathogenic and non-pathogenic fungi. Pigeon droppings have the potential for spreading these fungi to the environment. Cryptococcus species are important fungi associated with pigeon droppings. In this regard, there are many types of yeast associated with guano that is important for human and animal health. Aims: The main objective of this study is the identification of non-Cryptococcus yeasts isolated from pigeon dropping in Shiraz, Southern Iran. Methods: A total of 100 unknown yeasts, which were previously screened and identified as non-Cryptococcus from pigeon guano through the conventional methods, were used in this study. Identification of the isolates was performed based on conventional methods and DNA sequence analysis of internal transcribed spacer (ITS) rDNA gene region. The sequence results were deposited in NCBI database using the Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST). Results: A total of 16 species belonging to 7 genera were identified
Shirani S. 1, Sadeghian H. 2, Hossein Mandegar M. 3, Goodarzynejad 4 ✉. 1 Department of Radiology, Tehran Heart Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 2 Tehran Heart Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 3 Cardiac Surgery Division, Shariati Hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran; 4 Research Department, Tehran Heart Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran. ...
Hooshyar, H. and Ghafarinasab, S. and Arbabi, M. and Delavari, M. and Rasti, S. (2017) Genetic variation of Giardia lamblia isolates from food-handlers in Kashan, Central Iran. Iranian Journal of Parasitology, 12 (1). pp. 83-89. Hooshyar, H. and Ghafarinasab, S. and Arbabi, M. and Delavari, M. and Rasti, S. (2017) Genetic variation of Giardia lamblia isolates from food-handlers in Kashan, Central Iran. Iranian Journal of Parasitology, 12 (1). pp. 83-89. Arbabi, M. and Pestechian, N. and Tavasol Khamseh, H. and Hooshyar, H. and Delavari, M. (2017) Molecular and genotyping identification of Echinococcus granulosus from camel and dog isolates in Isfahan, Iran (2015-2016). Feyz, 21 (2). pp. 134-141. Hooshyar, H. and Abbaszadeh, Z. and Sharafati-Chaleshtori, R. and Arbabi, M. (2017) Molecular identification of Sarcocystis species in raw hamburgers using PCR-RFLP method in Kashan, central Iran. Journal of Parasitic Diseases. pp. 1-5. Yad Yad, M.J. and Nasiri, S. and Delavari, M. and Arbabi, M. (2017) ...
Research, Associate, Dept. of Math., University of Chicago, summer, 1963. Lecturer, Dept. of Math., University of Newcastle on Tyne, 1968-1964. Associate Professor, Physics, Shiraz University, 1964-1970 Visiting Associate Professor, Astronomy, University of Pennsylvania, 1968-1969 Visiting Associate Professor, Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, 1970-1971 Professor of Physics, Shiraz University, 1971 to 1999 Chairman, Physics Department, Shiraz University, 1972-1974 and 1978-1980 Visiting Senior Researcher, Astronomical Institute, University of Amsterdam, 1975-1976 Member of the Council of Shiraz University, 1976-1979, 1989-1991 Visiting Scholar, Astronomy and Astrophysics Center, University of Chicago, 1984-1985 Visiting Professor, Physics Department, Northeastern University, Boston, 1991-1992 Associate fellow, International Center for Theoretical Physics, 1987-1993. Founding Director, Center for Research in Climate Change and Global Warming, IASBS, 2012 ...
Title:Safety and Efficacy Assessment of a Sanitary Pad Containing Potassium Alum in Comparison to Ordinary Pads: A Cross-Over Trial. VOLUME: 13 ISSUE: 1. Author(s):Aniseh Samadi, Saman A. Nasrollahi*, Mansour Shamsipour, Ali A. Akhlaghi, Akram M. Mohammadi and Alireza Firooz. Affiliation:Center for Research & Training in Skin Diseases & Leprosy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Center for Research & Training in Skin Diseases & Leprosy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Department of Research Methodology and Data Analysis, Institute for Environmental Research, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Department of Epidemiology and Reproductive Health at Reproductive Biomedicine Research Center, Royan Institute for Reproductive Biomedicine, ACECR, Tehran, Center for Research & Training in Skin Diseases & Leprosy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Center for Research & Training in Skin Diseases & Leprosy, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, ...
This is a brief history of Irans efforts to develop chemical weapons. The emphasis is on Irans technical achievements rather than its motives, and the essay relies primarily on statements and reports produced by government agencies and international organizations. The essay describes the origins of Irans chemical weapon program during the Iran-Iraq war, and Irans more recent efforts to acquire chemicals and technology in order to establish an indigenous production capability. Despite Irans adherence to the Chemical Weapons Convention, U.S. intelligence agencies believe that Iran maintains a chemical arsenal that probably includes blister, blood and choking agents and possibly nerve agents. Irans primary foreign suppliers of chemical weapon precursors and expertise have included China, Russia and India.. Early Development during the Iran-Iraq War. In September 1980, Iraqi troops invaded Iran, triggering a war that would last until August 1988. During the early years of the conflict, Iran ...
Grading of Glioma Tumors by Analysis of Minimum Apparent Diffusion Coefficient and Maximum Relative Cerebral Blood Volume Journal Article published 1 Mar 2016 in Caspian Journal of Neurological Sciences volume 2 issue 4 on pages 42 to 53 Authors: Mahdiyeh Saberi, Fariborz Faeghi, Hossein Ghanaati, Mojtaba Miri, Ayoob Rostamzadeh, Soheila Khodakarim, Farhad Naleini, Medical Imaging Physicist, Department of Radiology Technology, Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran, Medical Physicist, Assistant Professor of Medical Imaging, Department of Radiology Technology, Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran ; [email protected], Radiologist, Advanced diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Research Center (ADIR), Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran, Neurosurgen, Department of Neurosurgery, Emam Khomeini Hospital, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran, ...
Background & Aims: Around the world, cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women. Today, screening programs have reduced morbidity and mortality rates of this disease. Epidemiological and molecular studies have shown that certain types of the human papillomavirus are carcinogen types and the primary cause of cervical cancer. HPV type 16 and 18 are the most common high-risk types. In this study, frequency of different HPV genotypes in women who referred for a routine visit to an outpatient clinic of Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Iran, has been obtained by DNA probe technique. Methods: Our study is a cross-sectional, analytic study on 20000 Pap smear samples over four consecutive years among women in reproductive ages (15-50 years) referred to University centers and private institutions in Kerman, Iran. All samples were collected in the laboratory of Afzalipour, and Bahonar Hospitals, and private institutions. The typical samples of dysplasia and cancer were reviewed by two
Title:Withdrawal Notice: Dietary Fatty Acids-effects on Cardiovascular Disease. VOLUME: 19 Author(s):Jasmin Kharazmi Kh, Sara Kharazmi Khorassani, Asma Afshari, Majid Rezayi, Hadis Langari and Majid Ghayour-Mobarhan*. Affiliation:Department of Chemistry, Mashhad Branch, Ferdowsi University, Mashhad, Department of Biology, Mashhad Branch, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Medical Toxicology Research Center, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Department of Modern Sciences and Technologies, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Department of Modern Sciences and Technologies, Faculty of Medicine, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad. Abstract:The article has been withdrawn at the request of editor of the journal Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry: Bentham Science apologizes to the readers of the journal for any inconvenience this may have caused. ...
Background: Metastasis is important in survival and the quality of life of female breast cancer patients. This study was run in order to investigate metastasis and its related factors in female breast cancer patients in Kerman province from 2005 to 2015. The aim of this study was to investigate the factors associated with secondary metastasis in female breast cancer patients in the largest province of Iran (Kerman). Materials and Methods: In this case-control study, medical records of women diagnosed with breast cancer between the years of 2005 to 2015 were studied. Among them, 200 breast cancer patients with secondary metastasis were randomly selected as cases and 400 patients without metastasis were selected as the control group. Backward logistic regression, chi-square test, t-test and Mann-Whitney-U test were performed for comparing the two groups in SPSS 22. Results: Disease stage at diagnosis was significantly associated with secondary metastasis (p|0.001). Female patients with stage III breast
Toxoplasma gondii is an important opportunistic agent especially in immunocompromised hosts and can cause significant morbidity and mortality. Hence, detection and monitoring of anti-Toxoplasma antibodies are of a great interest in HIV-infected patients. A study on the prevalence of toxoplasmosis and associated risk factors was carried out among HIV-infected patients in Jahrom, southern Iran. The prevalence of anti-Toxoplasma IgG antibodies was 21.1% in HIV-infected patients by ELISA. PCR was performed on all of the samples, and 1 of the blood samples was positively detected. Among the HIV patients, anti-Toxoplasma IgG antibodies were significantly higher in age group of 30-39 years old (P=0.05). The seroprevalence of toxoplasmosis in patients with CD4+|100 cells/μl was 33.3% that was significantly higher than the other groups (P=0.042) with or without IgG antibodies. The CD4+ count mean of seropositive patients was lower than that of seronegative patients. The seroprevalence of toxoplasmosis in
Background and aims: The pandemic of AIDS is a global emergency and one of the biggest challenges in social and individual life. This study aimed to evaluate the survival time of HIV patients and its effective factors. Methods: This historical cohort study was conducted on the individuals infected with HIV in Fars province, south of Iran, during 2006 to 2013. The study data were obtained from information documented in the patients records. For statistical analysis, at first, Kaplan-Meier survival analysis was used as univariate method and then, time varying Cox regression model was applied as multiple analyses. Results: The findings of the present study implied that some variables could play the role of risk factors in HIV patients, and shorten the patients life span e.g. older age, female gender, unemployment, delay in HIV diagnosis, drug injection, and higher Hemoglobin (HGB) levels. Conclusion: Many factors affect HIV patients survival time. Some of these factors, such as gender and genetic
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Ancient grains have become a modern trend and with good reason. These unprocessed whole grains have a slew of healthful benefits. One such grain is called khorasan wheat. What is khorasan wheat and where does khorasan wheat grow? Learn more here.
The Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran (MJIRI), is a quarterly and an editorially independent publication owned by Iran University of Medical Sciences and aims to be a publication of international repute for reporting current regional and international adventures in all aspects of the medicine. MJIRI welcomes contributions in this field in the form of original research articles, case reports, letter to the editor, review articles, brief communications, debate articles, and study protocols.
Nuclear activities of the Islamic Republic of Iran have been given considerable coverage by the international media. Such coverage is based entirely on circumstantial evidence, unfounded allegations by unnamed sources and pure innuendo. Any attempt by the Islamic Republic of Iran for peaceful application of nuclear energy, which in any other state would not even merit news coverage and would be considered an inalienable right, is immediately singled out as part of a plot to acquire nuclear weapons.. On Irans nonproliferation record. Iran is a proponent of the peaceful application of nuclear energy and has a record which can be matched by very few states. Iran signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) at an early date and has placed all its nuclear activities under full-scope IAEA safeguards. Iran played an active and constructive role in negotiations toward the indefinite extension of the NPT and supports efforts to negotiate a comprehensive test ban treaty. As a victim of chemical ...
The United States goal is to work with Iran to refit the reactor in such a way that it can no longer produce weapons grade material.. However, Iran maintains that the United States and other partner nations will soon provide "advanced equipment" for the reactor, which is located near the Iranian industrial city of Arak.. A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, the Islamic Republics main nuclear regulator, said on Tuesday that the United States and several other nations would begin supplying Iran equipment so that it can modernize the nuclear reactor.. "Four countries of the [nuclear negotiating team] have accepted to cooperate with Iran in supplying advanced equipment for the (Arak) reactor and different other issues," Behrouz Kamalvandi, a spokesman for the Iranian nuclear authority, said Tuesday.. Kamalvandi said that while Iran could complete the modernization on its own, "it has sought the world powers assistance to accelerate the job.". The issue of Arak was a key ...
The Administration held to this position at the height of the protests by the domestic opposition "Green movement" that took place for the six months following Irans June 12, 2009, presidential election but largely ceased in 2010. However, after failing to obtain Irans agreement to implement a compromise outlined on October 1, 2009, the Administration worked during 2010 to expand international economic sanctions against Iran. Major sanctions were imposed on Iran by the U.N. Security Council (Resolution 1929), as well as related "national measures" by the European Union, Japan, South Korea, and other countries. Additional measures designed to compel foreign firms to exit the Iranian market were contained in U.S. legislation passed in June 2010 (the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act, P.L. 111-195). Still, the Administration and its partners assert that these sanctions were intended to support diplomacy with Iran to limit its nuclear program. Iran attended December ...
Prostatic cancer is the second cause of cancer-related death among men worldwide. The human papilloma viruses (HPVs) are a family of sexually transmitted viruses which have may have roles in the ethiology of in ammation in prostate leading to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostate cancer (PCa). In this study, we evaluated the frequency of different HPV types in prostatic cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in Kerman province, southeast of Iran, using real-time PCR techniques. The aim of the present research was to clarify any association with prostatic carcinogenesis. Real Time PCR showed that HPV DNA was found in 20% of 200 PCa samples, 80 percent of these with high-risk HPV types, 40% with type-16,18, 30 % type-31,33 and 10% type 54. High risk HPV DNA was detected in only 2% of BPH samples. Values for low risk types were much higher. Our study provided a support for the role of high risk HPV infection in prostatic disease in Iranian patients, and association between presence of HPV
The West considers it to be one of the great security threats of our time, but there is arguably no nation in the world more misunderstood than Iran.. Former US President George W Bush can be thanked for much of that, particularly after he labelled Iran one of three countries in an axis of evil that sponsor international terrorism - along with North Korea and Iraq. Over the past eight years, the United States and Israel have waged a covert war - and a not so covert war of words - against Iran. Yet Iran has been a rogue state in Western eyes since well before Bush came to power. It was not always so. Iran was considered a major Western bulwark in the region under its former Shah, or King, Reza Pahlavi. But since the Shah was ousted by a popular uprising in 1979 and the country transformed into a theocracy, Iran has been economically and diplomatically isolated as a pariah state. Iran is the bastion of Shia-Islam, the smaller mainstream branch of the Muslim faith that considers Ali - one of the ...
Most at risk, of course, are the people of Iran, people as peaceful as any other, or perhaps more so. As in any country, no matter what its government, the people of Iran are fundamentally good, decent, peaceful, just, and fundamentally like you and me. Ive met people from Iran. You may have met people from Iran. They look like this. Theyre not a different species. Theyre not evil. A "surgical strike" against a "facility" in their country would cause a great many of them to die very painful and horrible deaths. Even if you imagine that Iran would not retaliate for such attacks, this is what the attacks would in themselves consist of: mass murder. And what would that accomplish? It would unite the people of Iran and much of the world against the United States. It would justify in the eyes of much of the world an underground Iranian program to develop nuclear weapons, a program that probably does not exist at present, except to the extent that legal nuclear energy programs move a country closer ...
The Medical Journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran (MJIRI), is a quarterly and an editorially independent publication owned by Iran University of Medical Sciences and aims to be a publication of international repute for reporting current regional and international adventures in all aspects of the medicine. MJIRI welcomes contributions in this field in the form of original research articles, case reports, letter to the editor, review articles, brief communications, debate articles, and study protocols.
Iran is not looking for war with America, its President Hassan Rouhani told French President Emmanuel Macron in a phone call on Tuesday, according to the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), Trend reports citing Reuters.. But Rouhani told Macron that if the United States violates Irans territorial space again, as Iranian officials maintain a U.S. drone did last week, it would be confronted.. "If the Americans want to violate the waters or airspace of Iran again, Irans armed forces have a duty to confront them and they will have a decisive clash," Rouhani said.. Rouhani also told Macron that Iran will not renegotiate the 2015 nuclear deal, ISNA reported.. ...
TEHRAN, Iran - Iran said Sunday that its scientists had produced the countrys first nuclear fuel rod and its navy had test-fired a new medium-range surface-to-air missile, announcements that were likely to heighten concerns about the countrys disputed uranium-enrichment program.. The Islamic Republic News Agency reported that the fuel rod had "passed all physical and dimensional tests" and had been inserted into the core of Tehrans research reactor.. Iran had said it would be forced to manufacture the rods because it is barred from buying them on foreign markets. The tubes contain pellets of enriched uranium that provide fuel for nuclear reactors.. Tension has been growing between Iran and the West since a report by the United Nations nuclear inspection agency in November expressed serious concerns about a possible military dimension to the countrys nuclear program.. The United States and its allies accuse Iran of trying to develop nuclear payloads for missiles. Tehran denies the charge, ...
Irans threats to close the Strait of Hormuz are getting a lot of play in the press the past few days. As the ten days of naval war games for Iran that began on Saturday have continued, Irans bluster has gotten stronger, as have the US responses.. Ironically, Irans stated purpose when it began the war games included the desire to "convey a message of peace and friendship to regional countries" and yet, as can be seen in the video here, Iranian authorities are now saying that should their ability to export oil be curtailed through sanctions put in place by the US and European allies, they would close down the Strait of Hormuz, preventing exports by other countries in the region.. The impact of a real closure would be huge. Many of the numbers involved can be gleaned from this Bloomberg article published this morning. Irans oil exports amount to 3.6 million barrels a day, which means Iran only accounts for 23% of the 15.5 million barrels a day that pass through the Strait. It is believed that ...
Posted on 02/17/2005 9:59:20 AM PST by IAF ThunderPilot. President George W. Bush on Thursday addressed the issue of Irans possible nuclear armament, declining to offer his full endorsement of Europes negotiations to get Iran to halt its suspected nuclear weapons program. He said the United States and Europe share the goal that Iran must not develop a nuclear weapon. Still, he left it up in the air whether he fully supports Europes approach. I look forward to ... discussing strategies, ways forward with the Europeans to make sure we continue to speak with one voice, and that is Iran should not have a nuclear weapon and how to work together to make sure they dont, Bush said. Asked if was concerned that Israel might attack Iran to prevent it from acquiring a nuclear weapon, Bush said Israel is concerned about Irans intentions. But clearly, if I was the leader of Israel and Id listened to some of the statements by the Iranian ayatollahs that regarded the security of my country, Id be ...
Memarnejadian, A. and Roohvand, F. and Motevalli, F. and Aghasadeghi, M.R. (2009) Designing & producing polytope DNA vaccine containing HBsAg gene for the induction of protective immunity against hepatitis C. Feyz Journal of Kashan University of Medical Sciences, 13. Mesdaghinia, E. and Behrashi, M. and Mesdaghinia, A. and Noori, M. and Moosavi, G.A. and Panahi, S. and Sooki, Z. and Talebian, A. (2009) Evaluating pregnancy trauma-induced mother and fetus complications in Kashan during 2005-5006. Feyz Journal of Kashan University of Medical Sciences, 12. Mohajeri, D. and Mousavi, Gh. and Khayat Noori, M.H. and Asefi, A. (2009) Histopathological study of the effects of ibuprofen on gastric surgical trauma in rats. Feyz Journal of Kashan University of Medical Sciences, 12. Mohamadbeigi, A. and Tabatabaee, H.R. and Mohamadsalehi, N. (2009) Modeling the determinants of gestational diabetes in Shiraz. Feyz Journal of Kashan University of Medical Sciences, 13. Mohammadkhani, Gh. and Haji Ebrahim ...
TEHRAN- Some 8,000 children under age five will be vaccinated against polio in southeastern Iran, said the head of the communicable diseases department at the Ministry of Health.
Womens rights defenders in Iran have long utilized technology for their activism. The Change for Equality (www.campaign4equality.info) and Womens Field (www.meydaan.org) websites are updated daily with news, opinion pieces, and commentary on the status of women and womens activism in Iran, often in multiple languages for both the domestic as well as international reader. Iran boasts one of the most prolific blogging networks in the world, with 60,000 routinely updated blogs featuring a rich and diverse mix of bloggers. Email and cell phone messaging are ubiquitous among the urban Iranian population, and SMS texting is currently the largest independent network for exchanging information in Iran. Given the strict censorship the Islamic Republic government places on state television, print, and radio, Iranians are using nuanced techniques for spreading information, and the womens movement is no exception. Years ago, womens activists were among the first to use the power of the internet to ...
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - An Iranian rocket failed to put a satellite into orbit on Sunday, state television reported, the latest setback for a program the U.S. claims helps Tehran advance its ballistic missile program.The launch happened at 7:15 p.m. local time at Imam Khomeini Spaceport in Irans Semnan province, some 230 kilometers (145 miles) southeast of Irans capital, Tehran.
Chairman Royce Opening Statement. Chairman Royce to Convene Hearing on Iran - Today at 10 a.m.. Washington, D.C. - Today at 10 a.m., House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) will convene a hearing to continue oversight on Iran and its illicit nuclear program. The hearing is entitled, "Iran Nuclear Deal Oversight: Implementation and its Consequences." Live webcast and witness testimony will be available HERE.. Below is Chairman Royces opening statement (as prepared for delivery) at the hearing:. This morning the Committee continues its extensive oversight of the Obama Administrations nuclear agreement with Iran, and its consequences for the national security of the United States and our allies, which many of us believe is dire.. January 16th - so called "Implementation Day" - marked an historic turning point in the Middle East. In a snap, Irans record was cleared, and its pariah status dropped - reconnecting Iran to the international trade and financial system. Now, with access ...
Abstract. An important variable in determining the vectorial capacity of malaria mosquito species is the degree of mosquito-human contact. This parameter can be affected by community sleeping behavior and the host-feeding habits of vectors. A cross-sectional study of 775 randomly selected inhabitants, including 385 Baluchi residents and 390 Afghani refugees, was conducted in a malarious area in Sabaz District, Sistan-Baluchestan Province, southeastern Iran. In addition, monitoring of human landing periodicity of main malaria vectors was carried out during an entire transmission season. Afghanis and Baluchis showed diversity in sleeping behavior. Most (79.6%) respondents were familiar with symptoms of malaria and also aware of an association between mosquitoes and malaria. Despite this familiarity, 94.6% of Afghan refugees, 74.8% of Baluch residents, and 87.2% of study participants did not use self-protection preventive measures. Overall, only 8.8% of participants reported using bed nets regularly.
The Esfordi apatite-magnetite deposit is situated in the Bafq district of central Iran. It is one of the most P rich deposits in that district and is hosted by a sequence of early Cambrian rhyolitic volcanic rocks and intercalated shallow-water sediments. The zoned and strata-bound ore has a prominent Fe-oxide-rich core and an overlying body of breccia that is rich in apatite and hematite. The P-rich ore is associated with a proximal body of amphibole alteration within a pervasively altered sequence of volcanic rocks dominated by secondary K-feldspar. There are three major paragenetic stages of mineralization, each with characteristic hydrothermal fluid compositions indicated by apatite textures, fluid inclusion, and isotopic data.. Type 1 apatite is mainly associated with the Fe-oxide-rich (magnetite-apatite) core and displays dissolution textures. The overlying, brecciated P-rich ore is dominated by vein-style apatite-hematite mineralization, dominated by type 2 apatite. Type 1 apatite has ...
1 - رزومه Seyed Mojtaba Yassini Ardekani Associate professorDepartment of psychiatry Yazd Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical [email protected] com Date of BirthEmailDoctor of medicine, faculty of medicine, Shiraz University (previously P
This footage purports to show Tehran University students shouting You killed hundreds of our youth, Death to you, and Death to Dictator. Video courtesy of Youtube.com.
By decreasing of sturgeon stocks in the Caspian Sea, the culture of different sturgeon species especially Huso huso was increased in Iran. Under stress conditions sturgeon can easily be infected by several opportunistic pathogens. In June 2011, mortality happened in 25-28°C water temperature, in one of the most important cultured sturgeon farms in Mazandaran province in the north of Iran. The mortality rate was 15%. The first clinical signs in moribund fish were lethargy and anorexia. A total of 20 moribund fish was transferred to a central laboratory for more bacteriological examination. Clinical signs including several deep ulcers on body surface, around the head, under operculum and the base of the pectoral fins, hemorrhage around of the anus, operculum, necrosis of the base of the pectoral fin and paleness gill was observed in moribund fish. The main internal signs were hepatomegally and spleenomegally, liquid accumulation in the intestine and diffuse visceral hemorrhage. The results of morphology
We invert 3775 relative P wave arrival times using the ACH damped least square method of Aki et al. (1977) to study upper mantle structure beneath the NE Iran continental collision zone. The data for this study were recorded by 17 three component broad-band stations operated from August 2006 to February 2008 along a profile from the center of Iranian Plateau, near Yazd, to the northeastern part of Iran on the Turan Platform just north of the Kopeh Dagh Mountains. The results confirm the previously known low velocity upper mantle beneath Central Iran. Our tomographic model reveals a deep high velocity anomaly. The surficial expressions of this anomaly are between the Ashkabad and Doruneh Faults, where the resolution and ray coverage are good. A transition zone in uppermost mantle is recognized under the Binalud foreland that we interpreted as suture zone between Iran and Turan platform. Our results indicate that Atrak Valley which is the boundary between the Binalud and Kopeh Dagh Mountains can ...
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - Iran's semi-official ISNA news agency is reporting that alcohol poisoning has killed three and left more than 40 people hospitalized in...
The aim of this study was to elucidate the prevalence of canine atopic/allergic dermatitis in Mashhad (North-East of Iran) in a hospital-population of dogs and to evaluate its clinical features according to the diagnostic criteria of the disease by Willemse and Prélaud. Among 111 canine patients with dermatologic problems, admitted to Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Veterinary Teaching Hospital between October 2007 and October 2008, atopic/allergic dermatitis was diagnosed in a total of 8 dogs by combining the compatible historical evidence and clinical signs and the seasonality of the clinical signs. The affected dogs consisted of 2 males and 6 females (females predisposition). Terriers were the most often represented breeds (6/8), which is mainly because of overrepresentation of this breed in our hospital. The age of the dogs when presented varied from 6 months to 4.5 years (median: 1.7 years). Pruritus, the outstanding clinical sign in all the 8 dogs, was either localized (5/8) or generalized (3/8).
Research in Medicine, پژوهش در پزشکی The Quarterly journal of School of Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences فصلنامه علمی پژوهشی دانشکده پزشکي دانشگاه علوم پزشکي و خدمات بهداشتي درماني شهيد بهشتي
According to the public relations and international affairs of the council for stem cell sciences and technologies, Dr. Mohammad Ali Nilforoush Zadeh, Associate Professor of Dermatology, a faculty member of Tehran University of Medical Sciences and head of the Dermatology and Stem Cell Research Center at Tehran University of Medical Sciences participated in an interview.. Dr. Nilforoush Zadeh said: In 2014, fibroblast cells were used to rejuvenate and eliminate ocular wrinkles and laugh lines in the form of a clinical trial study at the Dermatology and Stem Cell Research Center of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, and the results of these studies were also published. Also, fibroblasts-rich fat have also been used to treat acne scars and have shown good results. Currently, the center has been working on a project to treat EB wounds using biological wound dressing, such as fibroblast cell culturing on the amniotic membrane and the use of platelet gel drived from cord blood.. In 2015, ...
A questionnaire about malaria knowledge, beliefs and practices was given to a r and om sample of 2168 married women from rural and urban areas of Sistan va Baluchestan, Islamic Republic of Iran. The mean knowledge score of subjects was low at 5.5 [maximum 15.0]. Few respondents [37.6%] knew that malaria was an important disease in the area and only 58.4% knew that malaria was transmitted by mosquitoes. Most subjects [69.4%] never used a mosquito net. Only 49.9% of rural and 73.8% of urban residents would seek care for fever and chills from the local health centre. Community health workers [behvarz] were the main source of information [29.5%] for rural women; the role of physicians in education was minimal. Subsequent health education must be tailored to the educational needs of the target population in this ...