Zahra Khalili Matinzadeh

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Leukocyte adhesion deficiency type 1 (LAD 1) is an autosomal recessive hereditary disorder resulting from deficiency of CD18, characterized by recurrent bacterial infections. We report two consanguineous patients with Leukocyte adhesion deficiency type 1( LAD1). These two infant boy patients were referred to us, within a short period of time, with the(More)
Ophthalmia neonatorum is a form of conjunctivitis occurring in infants younger than 4 weeks. It can be a leading cause of blindness in newborns. In this random clinical case-control study, ophthalmia neonatorum was investigated in one university centre. In this study, prophylactic effect of normal saline and ophthalmic erythromycin was compared with a group(More)
Zahra Khalili Matinzadeh, MD; Zohreh Kavehmanesh*, MD; Susan Amirsalari, MD; Shahla Afsharpeyman, MD Department of Pediatrics, Baqiyatallah Medical Sciences University, Tehran, IR Iran Received: Mar 01, 2009; Accepted: Mar 15, 2010 Congenital leukemia (CL) is a very rare malignancy which occurs at estimated rate of 1 per 5 million births, and accounts for(More)
Of 433 febrile children examined in the paediatric clinics of two university hospitals in Tehran, Iran, 39 (9%) children (27 girls and 12 boys) were diagnosed as having urinary tract infection in which Escherichia coli was the most frequently detected pathogen (84.6%). According to the voiding cystourethrogram, nine (75%) boys and 17 (63%) girls had urinary(More)
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