Ali Reza Mirshemirani

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َ َ Abstract Pharyngeal teratomas are rare. We present a mature solid teratoma (so called " hairypolyp ") involving naso-and oro-pharynx in a female infant who presented with a gradually enlarging mass at the roof of the mouth since birth. The pharyngeal mass was protruding into the mouth through a palatine defect present posteriorly which was removed(More)
Although arterialovenous fistulae (AVF) is considered to be vital for chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients, but they may cause complications and problems. For instance they may fail soon after their creation. The most important cause of failure in these cases is intrafistula thrombus formation. Whereas anti-platelet drugs are not routinely used after(More)
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