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The pediatric Chiari I malformation: a review
Analyzes the literature regarding this form of hindbrain herniation in regard to definition, anatomy, pathobiology, symptoms, findings, treatment, and outcomes to elucidate the optimal selection and treatment criteria.
Covid‐19 and kidney injury: Pathophysiology and molecular mechanisms
- E. Ahmadian, S. M. Hosseiniyan Khatibi, S. Zununi Vahed
- Medicine, BiologyReviews in medical virology
- 6 October 2020
Understanding the fundamental molecular pathways and pathophysiology of kidney injury and AKI in Covid‐19 is necessary to develop management strategies and design effective therapies.
Illicit methylphenidate use among Iranian medical students: prevalence and knowledge
- A. Habibzadeh, M. Alizadeh, Ayoub Malek, Leili Maghbooli, M. Shoja, K. Ghabili
- MedicineDrug design, development and therapy
- 3 February 2011
More educational programs regarding the use of methylphenidate are required and should be focused on the student suppliers, clinicians, pharmacists, and medical students.
Hypertonic saline for treating raised intracranial pressure: literature review with meta-analysis.
A greater part of the data suggest that HTS given as either a bolus or continuous infusion can be more effective than mannitol in reducing episodes of elevated ICP.
A review of subclavian steal syndrome with clinical correlation
- Stephen Osiro, A. Żurada, J. Gielecki, M. Shoja, R. Tubbs, M. Loukas
- MedicineMedical science monitor : international medical…
- 23 April 2012
Conservative treatment is the initial best therapy for this syndrome, with surgery reserved for refractory symptomatic cases, and percutaneous angioplasty and stenting, rather than bypass grafts of the subclavian artery, is the widely favored surgical approach.
Sulfur mustard toxicity: History, chemistry, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics
- K. Ghabili, P. Agutter, M. Ghanei, K. Ansarin, Y. Panahi, M. Shoja
- Biology, MedicineCritical reviews in toxicology
- 1 May 2011
The molecular-biological basis of SM toxicity, as far as it has been elucidated, to the pathological effects on exposure victims is related.
Mustard gas toxicity: the acute and chronic pathological effects
- K. Ghabili, P. Agutter, M. Ghanei, K. Ansarin, M. Shoja
- MedicineJournal of applied toxicology : JAT
- 1 October 2010
In the majority of patients, the most clinically serious long‐term consequences of MG poisoning are on the respiratory system, but the effects on the skin and other systems also have a significant impact on quality of life.
The history of anatomy in Persia
The major influential Persian periods and the individuals who have contributed to the development of anatomy are reviewed to indicate that human dissection was commonplace in the first era, which led to a disciplined practice of surgery in the centuries leading to the foundation of the Persian Empire.
Vein of Galen aneurysmal malformations: critical analysis of the literature with proposal of a new classification system.
- M. Mortazavi, C. Griessenauer, T. Fukushima
- MedicineJournal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics
- 30 August 2013
The authors review the current concepts related to vein of Galen aneurysmal malformations and suggest a new classification system excluding mesodiencephalic plexiform intrinsic arteriovenous mal Formations from this group of malformation.
Foramen arcuale: anatomical study and review of the literature.
- R. Tubbs, Philip C. Johnson, M. Shoja, M. Loukas, W. J. Oakes
- MedicineJournal of neurosurgery. Spine
The authors found that the foramen arcuale may compress the V3 segment of the VA, however, they cannot conclude that compression at this location results in symptomatic VA insufficiency.