Mohammad Hadi Gharib

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were found to be associated with progressive peripheral corneal thinning and astigmatism in the axis of the lesions. Ring pigmentation in the peripheral cornea may also arise secondary to Wilson disease, non-Wilsonian chronic liver disease, hypercarotenemia (hypervitaminosis A), or ocular chrysiasis. Typically, hypercarotenemia presents with circumferential(More)
BACKGROUND Rapid ultrasound in shock (RUSH) is the most recent emergency ultrasound protocol, designed to help clinicians better recognize distinctive shock etiologies in a shorter time frame. OBJECTIVES In this study, we evaluated the accuracy of the RUSH protocol, performed by an emergency physician or radiologist, in predicting the type of shock in(More)
Meningeal melanocytoma is a primary melanocytic neoplasm with certain MR and immunohistochemical characteristics worthy to note. In a 38-year-old man with a complaint of headache for a couple of years and recently added nausea, vomiting, diplopia, progressive visual blurring and hearing loss, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was remarkable for T1 shortening(More)
BACKGROUND Erection is a dynamic multi-stage neurovascular phenomenon consisting of 4 phases. Conventional protocol of color Doppler study can easily overlook these ongoing dynamic events. OBJECTIVES Here, we tried to designate patterns for these dynamic spectral waveform changes of cavernosal arteries in patients with erectile dysfunction and(More)
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