Amir Rostami

2Bahador Shojaei
1Madjid Masoudifard
1Keyvan Majidzadeh-Ardebili
1Mohmmad Shafaee
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The field of social network analysis has received increasing attention during the past decades and has been used to tackle a variety of research questions, from prevention of sexually transmitted diseases to humanitarian relief operations. In particular, social network analyses are becoming an important component in studies of criminal networks and in(More)
The infundibular keratinizing acanthoma (IKA) is a rare epithelial benign keratin-containing neoplasm of hair follicles. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the defining histopathologic architecture of IKA. A typical IKA consisted of a keratin-filled crypt in the dermis and subcutis that opened to the skin surface. Most of this tumor occurred on the(More)
Euphrates turtle is the only soft shell turtle of Iran, and unfortunately is in danger of extinction due to multiple reasons. Imaging techniques, in addition to their importance in diagnosis of injuries to animals, have been used as non-invasive methods to provide normal anatomic views. A few studies have been conducted to understand body structure of the(More)
Canine distemper virus (CDV) creates a very contagious viral multi-systemic canine distemper (CD) disease that affects most species of Carnivora order. The virus is genetically heterogeneous, particularly in section of the hemagglutinin (H) gene. Sequence analysis of the H gene can be useful to investigate distinction of various lineages related to(More)
  • Bahador Shojaei, Amir Rostami, Ali Vajhi, Mohmmad Shafaee
  • 2003
The purpose of this study was to identify anatomic structures of computed tomography images of the cat thoracic region for use by veterinary radiologists, clinicians and surgeons. The thoraxes of four cats were scanned using high-resolution imaging with a slice thickness of 15 mm. Each cat was then euthanized and placed in a freezer at-18 °C. Frozen cats(More)
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