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Paediatric Behçet’s disease in Iran: report of 204 cases  

Paediatric Behçet’s disease in Iran: report of 204 cases

مولف: F. Shahram1, A. Nadji1, M. Akhlaghi1, S.T. Faezi1, C. Chams-Davatchi1, 2, H. Shams1, 3, S. Z. Ghodsi1, 2, F. Davatchi1

خلاصه: ABSTRACT Objectives. This study proposed to report the characteristics of paediatric Behçet’s disease (PED-BD) in a cohort of patients from Iran’s registry and compare them with different reports throughout the world. Methods. From a cohort of 7504 Iranian patients with Behçet’s disease those diagnosed before the age of 16 years were included in this study. Data were collected on a standard protocol comprising 105 items, including demographic features, type of presentation, and different clinical and laboratory findings. سال انتشار: 2018
 

Which Criteria to use for the Diagnosis of Behcet’s Disease: International Study Group (ISG) Criteria or International Criteria for Behcet’s Disease (ICBD)?

مولف: Davatchi F*, Sadeghi Abdollahi B, Shahram F, Nadji A, Chams-Davatchi C, Faezi T, Shams H, Akhlaghi M, Ghodsi Z, Ashofteh F, Mohtasham N, Kavosi H and Masoumi M

خلاصه: 299-308. Editorial It is interesting to note that Behcet’s Disease (BD) is one of those diseases which had an early diagnostic criteria (9 years after its official recognition, with the Curth criteria in 1946), having one of the largest number of classification/diagnosis criteria (17 sets, in 70 years, till 2016), among them only 2 real International Criteria (ISG and ICBD), and having one of the largest international participation (27 countries for ICBD). The ISG criteria were created by ... سال انتشار: 2017
 

Which Criteria to use for the Diagnosis of Behcet’s Disease: International Study Group (ISG) Criteria or International Criteria for Behcet’s Disease (ICBD)?

Authers: Davatchi F*, Sadeghi Abdollahi B, Shahram F, Nadji A, Chams-Davatchi C, Faezi T, Shams H, Akhlaghi M, Ghodsi Z, Ashofteh F, Mohtasham N, Kavosi H and Masoumi M

Abstract: It is interesting to note that Behcet’s Disease (BD) is one of those diseases which had an early diagnostic criteria (9 years after its official recognition, with the Curth criteria in 1946), having one of the largest number of classification/diagnosis criteria (17 sets, in 70 years, till 2016), among them only 2 real International Criteria (ISG and ICBD), and having one of the largest international participation (27 countries for ICBD). ... سال انتشار: 2016
 

Randomized double blind trial of prednisolone and azathioprine, vs. prednisolone and placebo, in the treatment of pemphigus vulgaris

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, †, * A. Mortazavizadeh, † M. Daneshpazhooh, † F. Davatchi, ‡ K. Balighi, † N. Esmaili, † M. Akhyani, † Z. Hallaji, † H. seirafi, † H. Mortazavi†

Abstract: The classic treatment for pemphigus vulgaris is prednisolone. Immunosuppressive drugs can be used in association. Objective To compare the efficacy of Azathioprine in reducing the Disease Activity Index (DAI). Patients and methods A double blind randomized controlled study was conducted on 56 new patients, assigned to two therapeutic groups: (i) prednisolone plus placebo; (ii) prednisolone plus Azathioprine. Patients were checked regularly for 1 year. ‘Complete remission’ was defined as healing of all lesions after 12 ... سال انتشار: 2012
 

Pimecrolimus versus Placebo in Genital Aphthous Ulcers of Behcet’s Disease, Randomized Double-Blind Controlled Trial

Authers: Cheyda Chams-Davatchi, Behrooz Barikbin, Farhad Shahram, Abdolhadi Nadji, Maryam Moghaddassi, Maryam Yousefi, Fereydoun Davatchi

Abstract: genital aphthous ulcers of Behcet’s Disease (BD) are painful and usually resistant to local treatments. Pimecrolimus is an ascomycin macrolactam, used in inflammatory skin diseases. Objective: to find if Pimecrolimus could accelerate the healing of BD genital aphthous ulcers. Methods: Ninety patients with genital aphthous ulcers were enrolled. Only patients treated with colchicine alone were selected. All patients signed a written consent form. Patients were randomly assigned to pimecrolimus or placebo cream, applied twice daily for one week. ... سال انتشار: 2010
 

COMPARISON OF ORAL APHTHAE IN BEHCET DISEASE AND IDIOPATHIC RECURRENT APHTHOUS STOMATITIS.

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, M. Shizarpour, F. Davatchi, F. Shahram, H. Chams, A. Nadji, A.R. Jamshidi

Abstract: Background: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the difference between oral aphthae in Behcet’s Disease (BD) and recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS). Methods: In a prospective study 56 cases of BD and 133 RAS were evaluated consecutively. Sex, age of onset, frequency of aphthous lesions, their duration and their mean number at each attack, pathergy test, HLA-B5, HLA-B51 and HLA-B27 were evaluated in both groups. Comparison was made by Student ... سال انتشار: 2002
 

EXTENSIVE PYODERMA GANGRENOSUM LIKE LESION IN TWO CASES OF BEHCET’S DISEASE, RESPONDING ONLY TO CYCLOSPORIN.

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, M. Shizarpour, F. Davatchi, F. Shahram, H. Chams, A. Nadji, A. Jamshidi

Abstract: Introduction: Pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) like lesion is a Behcet’s disease (BD) skin lesion, which is seen very exceptionally. We report here 2 cases with unusual severe and extensive skin lesions, having an intensive hypersensitivity to needle injection, inducing new lesions. Cases report: The first case is a 42 years old man with a history of 5 years recurrent bipolar aphthosis, skin pustulosis, ocular lesions, and articular involvement. After ... سال انتشار: 2002
 

Is acne vulgaris seen more often in Behcet Disease than in the normal population?

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, F. Davatchi, F. Shahram, H. Chams, A. Nadji, A.R. Jamshidi,

Abstract: Background: In the literature, some of the skin pustular lesions of BD resembling the pustular lesion of acne vulgaris (AV) was called acneiform lesion of BD. It was suggested that AV was seen more often in BD than in normal population. AV is a common and very frequent skin lesion. The lesions are polymorphic, and are non­inflamed (closed or open comedones) or inflamed (papules, pustules, nodules). Objectives: To find if ... سال انتشار: 2000
 

Classification of muco-cutaneous lesions of Behcet's Disease.

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, F. Davatchi, F. Shahram, A. Nadji, H. Chams, A. Jamshidi

Abstract: Introduction: The diagnosis of Behcet's Disease (BD) is based on clinical criteria. Muco-cutaneous symptoms are the most important among them. Materials and Methods: From 1992 to 1999 we screened systematically all patients attending the Behcet's Disease Research Unit for muco cutaneous lesions. Only recurrent lesions were taken in consideration. Results: Mucous-membrane lesions: 1- Oral aphthosis was seen in 96.1%+ 0.6 of patients. The separation in major and minor aphthosis has no interest. ... سال انتشار: 2000
 

Behcet’s disease treatment.

Authers: C. Chams-Davatchi, F. Davatchi, F. Shahram

Abstract: There is not yet an effective treatment for all lesions of Behcet's disease and for all patients with Behcet's disease. The highest morbidity is from the ocular lesions. The mortality, although rare, is due to neurological and pulmonary involvement. Thrombosis of the large veins and arteries, also rare, may lead to morbidity and mortality. In daily practice, the best treatment for muco cutaneous lesions is colchicine. Thalidomide may be efficient ... سال انتشار: 1996