تالیفات

 

Validation of the International Criteria for Behc¸et’s disease (ICBD) in Iran

Authers: Fereydoun DAVATCHI, Bahar SADEGHI ABDOLLAHI, Farhad SHAHRAM, Abdolhadi NADJI, Cheyda CHAMS-DAVATCHI, Hormoz SHAMS, Nasim NADERI, Massoomeh AKHLAGHI, Tahereh FAEZI, Alireza FARIDAR

Abstract: To evaluate the performance of the new International Criteria for Behc¸et’s Disease (ICBD) in Iran. The ICBD was created in 2006 to replace the International Study Group (ISG) criteria (created in 1990). In this study, 14 existing diagnosis/classification criteria (Curth, Hewitt, Mason and Barnes, Japan original, Hubault and Hamza, O’Duffy, Cheng and Zhang, Dilsen, Japan revised, International Study Group, Iran traditional, Iran Classification Tree, revised Dilsen, Korea), were evaluated and compared to ICBD by ... سال انتشار: 2010
 

Rituximab in intractable ocular lesions of Behcet’s disease; randomized single-blind control study (pilot study)

Authers: Fereydoun DAVATCHI, Hormoz SHAMS, Mozhgan REZAIPOOR, Bahar SADEGHI-ABDOLLAHI, Farhad SHAHRAM, Abdolhadi NADJI, Cheyda CHAMS-DAVATCHI, Massoomeh AKHLAGHI, Tahereh FAEZI, Nasim NADERI

Abstract: Ocular lesions, the main morbidity of Behcet’s disease (BD), are the most difficult to treat. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of rituximab. Methods: Inclusion criteria were retinal vasculitis and edema, resistant to cytotoxic drugs. Twenty patients were randomized to a rituximab group (RG) or cytotoxic combination therapy group (CCTG). Rituximab was given in two 1000-mg courses (15-day interval). Subjects received methotrexate (15 mg/weekly) with prednisolone (0.5 mg/kg per day). The ... سال انتشار: 2010
 

Effect of conjugated linoleic acid, vitamin E and their combination on lipid profi les and blood pressure of Iranian adults with active rheumatoid arthritis

Authers: Naheed Aryaeian1, Farhad Shahram2, Mahmoud Djalali1, Mohammad R Eshragian, Abolghasem Djazayeri, Abdolfatah Sarrafnejad, Nasim Naderi, Maryam Chamari, Fariha Fatehi, Mahnaz Zarei

Abstract: Abstract: The aim of this study was to assess the impact of conjugated linoleic acids (CLAs), vitamin E, and combination of these nutrients on serum lipid profi les and blood pressure (BP) in patients with active rheumatoid arthritis (RA). In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, 87 patients with active RA were divided into four groups receiving one of the following daily supplements for three months: Group C: CLAs 2.5 g equivalent to 2 g ... سال انتشار: 2009