1. 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

Abstract
  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

2. 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

Abstract
  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

3. 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

Abstract
  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