Comparison of the Results of Early Excision and Grafting between Children and Adults; A Prospective Comparative Study

Mehdi Ayaz; Abdolkhalegh Keshavarzi; Hamid Bahadoran; Peyman Arasteh; Sam Moslemi

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2017, , Pages 179-183

  Objectives:  To compare the outcomes of early excision and grafting between pediatric and adult patients with deep burns of less than 40% total body surface area burns (TBSA).Methods: This is a prospective comparative study. Overall, 106 patients admitted to Ghotbodin Burn Center in Shiraz, Iran ...  Read More

Chemotherapy-Induced Perforation of Gastric Burkitt Lymphoma; A Case Report and Review of the Literature

Shahram Bolandparvaz; Sina Jelodar; Mina Heidari Esfahani; Sam Moslemi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 133-135

  Burkitt lymphoma of stomach is among the most rapidly growing gastric cancersassociated with several gasterointestinal  symptoms  including  hematemesis,  anorexia,  vomiting  and  etc. Gastric perforation  in patients with Burkitt lymphoma of stomach is a very rare condition especially after ...  Read More

A Late-onset Psoas Abscess Formation Associated with Previous Appendectomy: A Case Report

Sam Moslemi; Maryam Tahamtan; Seyed Vahid Hosseini

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2014, , Pages 55-58

  Psoas abscesses could originate from an adjacent source of infection in the abdominopelvic cavity known as a secondary complication of acute appendicitis. However, it is considered as a very rare event when occurring late after the presentation of appendicitis. Whether it is the source or complication ...  Read More

Asymptomatic Tuberculosis-Induced Ileal Perforation in an HIV- Infected Individual; A Case Report

Sedigheh Tahmasebi; Sam Moslemi; Maryam Tahamtan; Lohrasb Taheri; Mohammad Ali Davarpanah

Volume 1, Issue 4 , October 2013, , Pages 182-185

  The co-existence of acquired immune  deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and tuberculosis is a major cause of morbidity and mortality because of a widespread organ involvement. The gastrointestinal tract is a common site for localization of opportunistic  microorganisms  in AIDS. However, surgical abdominal ...  Read More

Antepartum Uterine Rupture Occurring at the Site of a Peviously Repaired Dilatation and Curettage-Induced Perforation: A Case Report

Leila Ghahramani; Sam Moslemi; Maryam Tahamtan; Mohammad Hasan Hashemizadeh; Abdolkhalegh Keshavarzi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2013, , Pages 96-98

  The uterine rupture during pregnancy is a catastrophic condition resulting in both maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. It occurs in nearly 1% of patients with previous cesarean sections. However, uterine rupture at the site of previous iatrogenic perforation which is spontaneously healed ...  Read More