Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences

  • ISSN: 2383-2894
  • Email: editor@zjrms.com
  • Journal Type: per-issue | Frequency: monthly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Zahedan University of Medical Sciences
Research Article
12/12/2016
Alijan Ahmadi Ahangar, Mehrdad Saravi, Shayan Alijanpour, Mostafa Mostafazadeh Boora, Samaneh Hoseinalipour, Hamed Hossein Zadeh, Hemat Allah Gholinia
Myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke are the second and third leading causes of death in the world. By identifying the risk factors we can take the necessary measures to prevent the occurrence of these diseases.In this retrospective study, 90 MI patients and 90 stroke patients 15 - ... read more
Research Article
14/12/2016
Ladan Rahimzadeh Torabi, Monir Doudi
Oral Candidiasis is fungal infection that affects the oral cavity. Oral infections caused by yeast of the genus Candida and particularly Candida albicans (oral candidiasis) have been recognized throughout recorded history.The aim of this study was to compare the antifungal effects of gold nanoparticles and dioxide titanium ... read more
Research Article
12/12/2015
Okocha Chide, Aneke John, Manafa Patrick, Nwogbo Samuel, Ibeh Nancy, Onah Christian
Changes in serum micro nutrients levels affect a number of critically important metabolic processes; these could potentially influence blood counts and ultimately disease presentation in patients with sickle cell anemia (SCA).To evaluate the influence of serum micro-nutrients levels; zinc, copper, selenium and magnesium on blood counts in ... read more
Research Article
12/12/2016
Mahmoud Yolmeh, Hasan Hamedi, Morteza Khomeiri
Nowadays hazards of synthetic additives and preservatives have been identified, so researchers are looking to a natural and safe alternative for them. The aim of this study was to evaluate antimicrobial effect of carotenoids of Rhodotorula glutinis on the some pathogenic bacteria and fungi.This experimental study was ... read more
Research Article
12/12/2016
Sayyed Gholam Reza Mortazavi-Moghaddam, Gholam Reza Sharifzadeh, Mohammad Reza Rezvani
Due to variability of pleural fluid ADA measures in pleural tuberculosis, researchers have recommended the necessity of regional studies for determination of specific regional values.The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the values of pleural fluid ADA in diagnosis of Tuberculous pleural effusion in South ... read more
Short Communication
12/12/2016
Michaeline Isawumi, Folasade Akinsola
Knowledge of the status of eye diseases among students’ enrolled in the special schools would assist in planning preventive and treatment strategies.To determine the types and causes of ocular morbidity leading to enrolment of students in special schools of Osun state.We conducted a cross-sectional study by utilizing ... read more
Case Report
14/12/2016
Masoud Ebrahimi, Alireza Abadi, Haniyeh Bashizadeh-Fakhar, Elaheh Fahimi
A young woman with symptoms similar to common cold was referred to Vasei hospital of Sabzevar. The patient had travelled to Malaysia which was mentioned in her history. She hospitalized with symptoms of high fever, headache, and lethargy. Then, she underwent supportive therapy. In next day, the ... read more
Case Report
21/12/2016
Manju Verma
Uterine rupture is a major obstetric hazard. It may lead to significant maternal morbidity and mortality, which depends proportionally upon delay in diagnosis, transport facilities and availability of blood. Rupture uterus may be seen in both scarred and unscarred uterus but more commonly in scarred ... read more
Case Report
12/12/2016
Alessandro Landi, Nicola Marotta, Cristina Mancarella, Davide Colistra, Roberto Delfini
Minimally invasive percutaneous surgery of the spine is used to treat thoracolumbar junction and lumbar spine fractures by percutaneous fixation. Once fusion has been obtained, it is possible to remove the percutaneous instrumentation after 6 - 12 months. We report the case of an obliged removal of ... read more
Case Report
21/12/2016
Farahnaz Farzaneh
Uterine prolapse is herniation of the pelvic organ to vaginal walls or beyond the vaginal, walls as well as it is the most common gynecologic problem that has made by stretching and weakening of muscles and connective tissues. Incidence of total and partial uterine prolapse is around ... read more

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