Elham Imani

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Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome (PLS) is a rare, autosomal recessive heterogeneous disorder, which is characterized by palmoplantar hyperkeratosis, early loss of primary and permanent teeth, and associated calcification of the dura mater. Herein we described six cases of PLS in the same family. In this series, six cases (two females and four males) with the mean(More)
Five year's experience recorded in the adult registry of a Level I trauma center was reviewed to identify all recorded complications. Patients in whom pneumonia occurred were further analyzed for associated risk factors and for potentially preventable occurrence. Of 10,001 patients, 1027 (10%) sustained a total of 1905 complications. Patients with(More)
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