Hamid Reza Saeidiborojeni

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BACKGROUND Penetrating spinal cord injuries (SCIs) are an uncommon injury and not reported very frequently. SCIs cause sensory, motor and genitourinary system problems or a combination of sensorimotor dysfunctions. These are among the most debilitating kinds of disorders and negatively affect quality of life, not only for the patient, but also for their(More)
Intracranial foreign body granulomas are rarely reported. Clinical symptoms caused by foreign body granulomas can be noticed from months to many years after surgical procedure. The most common reported etiology is suture material. A 45-year-old woman was presented with grand mal epilepsy. She was operated for brain tumor 19 years ago. In CT scan, a round(More)
Background: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a common problem worldwide that most of traumatic patients suffer from mental and cognitive disorders. The most common trait of this disorder, defined by computed tomography (CT) scan is small hemorrhagic lesions in cerebral white matter of the patient. These hemorrhagic lesions seem to be an effective factor for(More)
Background: Spine injury is among damages that may cause a lot of disabilities and even lead to death. According to international statistics, about 2% to 6% of all trauma cases are related to spine injuries. The incidence of spine injuries may be very different in different countries. Despite the extensive studies in developed countries, there is not enough(More)
Background: Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most prevalent complaints among the people worldwide. According to the medical statistics, about 80 percent of people have at least one episode of LBP during their lifetime cause them to visit a physician for treatment. LBP is the most prevalent cause of work disability and its related leaves among people under(More)
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