تالیفات

 

Study of the correlation of serum selenium level with Behcet’s disease

Authers: Kamal ESALATMANESH, Ahmadreza JAMSHIDI, Farhad SHAHRAM, Fereydun DAVATCHI, Seyed Ali MASOUD, Zahra SOLEIMANI, Mansour SALESI, Iman GHAFFARPASAND

Abstract: Selenium, like other trace elements and antioxidant enzymes, is known as an antioxidant and immunomodulator trace element. Due to recent evidence for selenium deficiency in Behcet’s syndrome, this study is to evaluate the correlation of serum selenium level with Behcet’s disease (BD). Materials: This case–control study was conducted on 46 BD patients and 46 healthy controls in a rheumatology research centre. The case and control groups were both age- and race-matched. Serum selenium level ... سال انتشار: 2011
 

A WHO-ILAR COPCORD STUDY (Stage 1, rural study) IN IRAN

Authers: Davatchi, Fereydoun;, Tehran Banihashemi, Arash;, Gholami, Jaleh;, faezi, seyedeh tahereh;, Forouzanfar, Mohammad Hossein;, Salesi, Mansour, Karimifar, mansour, Essalat-Manesh, Kamal, Barghamdi, Mojgan, Noorolahzadeh, Elham, Dahaghin, Saideh

Abstract: Objective: To study the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints and disorders in a rural area in Iran. Materials and Methods: Interviews were conducted in randomly selected subjects from 5 villages in Tuyserkan County, North Western part of Iran. The 3 phases of stage 1 COPCORD (Community Oriented Program for Control Of Rheumatic Diseases) were done during the same day. Results: A total of 614 houses was visited, 1565 persons interviewed and 1192 persons examined. Musculoskeletal complaints ... سال انتشار: 2009
 

The prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints in a rural area in Iran: a WHO-ILAR COPCORD study (stage 1, rural study) in Iran

Authers: Fereydoun Davatchi, Arash Tehrani Banihashemi, Jaleh Gholami, Seyedeh Tahereh Faezi, Mohammad Hossein Forouzanfar, Mansour Salesi, Mansour Karimifar, Kamal Essalatmanesh, Mojgan Barghamdi, Elham Noorolahzadeh, Saideh Dahaghin, Johannes J. Rasker

Abstract: The objective of this study is to study the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints and disorders in a rural area in Iran. Interviews were conducted in randomly selected subjects from five villages in Tuyserkan County, northwestern part of Iran. The three phases of stage 1 Community Oriented Program for Control of Rheumatic Diseases were done during the same day. A total of 614 houses was visited, 1,565 persons interviewed, and 1,192 persons examined. Musculoskeletal complaints during the past 7 days ... سال انتشار: 2009
 

The Comparison of Serum Zinc Level in Behcet Patients and Healthy Controls

Authers: Kamal Esalatmanesh MD, Ahmadreza Jamshidi MD, Farhad Shahram MD, Fereydoun Davatchi MD, Zahra Soleimani MD, Shohreh Movahedi MD*****, , Mansour Salesi MD, Mansoor Karimifar MD

Abstract: Zinc was suggested as an antioxidant and immunomodulator trace element in parallel with other trace elements and antioxidant enzymes. Recently selenium deficiency was indicated in Behcet disease. In this study, we evaluated the correlation of serum zinc level and Behcet disease. Background: In a cross-sectional, descriptive study serum level of zinc was measured in 49 cases satisfying International Study Group criteria and 51 controls. Serum zinc level was measured by atomic absorption spectrometry and compared the mean of serum ... سال انتشار: 2009
 

Effect of ethnic origin (Caucasians versus Turks) on the prevalence of rheumatic diseases: a WHO-ILAR COPCORD urban study in Iran

Authers: Fereydoun Davatchi،Ahmad-Reza Jamshidi،Arash Tehrani Banihashemi،Jaleh Gholami،Mohammad Hossein Forouzanfar،Massoomeh Akhlaghi،Mojgan Barghamdi،Elham Noorolahzadeh،Ali-Reza Khabazi،Mansour Salesi،Amir-Hossein Salari،Mansoor Karimifar،Kamal Essalat-Manesh

Abstract: The objective of this study was to compare the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints and rheumatic disorders in Caucasians and Turks in an identical environment. Subjects were selected randomly for an interview from Tehran’s 22 districts. The Community Oriented Program for Control of Rheumatic Diseases questionnaire was filled in, positive cases were examined, and if needed, laboratory or X-ray tests were performed. A total of 4,096 houses were visited, and 10,291 persons were interviewed. They were 71.4% Caucasians and 23.1% ... سال انتشار: 2009
 

WHO-ILAR COPCORD Study (Stage 1, Urban Study) in Iran

Authers: FEREYDOUN DAVATCHI, AHMAD-REZA JAMSHIDI, ARASH TEHRANI BANIHASHEMI, JALEH GHOLAMI, MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN FOROUZANFAR, MASSOOMEH AKHLAGHI, MOJGAN BARGHAMDI, ELHAM NOOROLAHZADEH،ALI-REZA KHABAZI،MANSOOR SALESI،AMIR-HOSSEIN SALARI،MANSOOR KARIMIFAR،KAMAL ESSALAT-MANESH،MEHRZAD HAJIALILOO،MOHSEN SOROOSH

Abstract: To find the prevalence of musculoskeletal complaints and rheumatic disorders in Iran. Methods. Tehran, with one-ninth of the population of Iran and of mixed ethnic origins, was selected as the field. Subjects were randomly selected from the 22 districts. Interviews were conducted once a week, on the weekend. The 3 phases of stage 1 were done on the same day, in parallel, like the fast-track Community Oriented Program for Control of Rheumatic Diseases (COPCORD). Results. ... سال انتشار: 2008
 

The protein–creatinine ratio in spot morning urine samples and 24-h urinary protein excretion in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus

Authers: Mansour Salesi, Mansoor Karimifar, Ziba Farajzadegan, Kamal Esalatmanesh, Shahrzad Khosravi, Parvin Fallahi, Mahmood Akbarian

Abstract: A 24-h urinary protein is a standard way to diagnose lupus nephritis. Assessment of protein–creatinine (Pr–Cr) ratio in morning spot urine is a valuable method in diabetic patients but not use in systemic lupus erythematous (SLE) patients routinely. In this study Pr–Cr ratio in spot urine was compare with 24-h urine protein; if they have valuable correlation we can use this test instead of 24- h urinary protein. The aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation ... سال انتشار: 2008
 

Correlation of systemic lupus erythematosus disease activity with classical complement (CH50) function and related protein levels

Authers: Bamdad Mehrbany K*, Akbarian M2, Salesi M, Geflati Z, Tavassoli S

Abstract: Background: The components of the classical complement pathway play an important role in the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and are reportedly useful biomarkers of disease activity. In this study, we evaluate disease activity, complement function (total hemolytic complement, CH50) and complement protein levels (C3, C4, C3d, C4d, SC5b-9), comparing the results of patients with active disease versus those with inactive disease. Methods: This cross-sectional study included 78 hospitalized women with SLE, 24 of whom were ... سال انتشار: 2008