Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences

  • ISSN: 2383-2894
  • Email: editor@zjrms.com
  • Journal Type: per-article | Frequency: monthly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Zahedan Journal of Research in Medical Sciences
Research Article
30/9/2017
Mohammad Reza Dayer, Fatemeh Dehghani, Daryush Daer, Mohammad Saaid Dayer, Sayed Mohammad Reza Alavi
Androgenetic alopecia is the main cause of hair loss and common baldness that affects psychological more than physiological aspects of people’s lives. Studies have shown that this multi factorial disorder is initiated by androgens secretion in pubertal period, minerals limitations, autoimmunity, mental stress, genetic predisposition and some ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Azam Moshfegh, Mahbubeh Setorki
Stroke can cause paralysis, muscle weakness, and loss of balance that may affect walking and routine activities.The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of ethyl alcohol extract of Matricaria chamomilla on cerebral ischemia-induced motor dysfunctions in rats.In this experimental study, forty two male Wistar ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Zahra Salehzadeh Einabad, Mohammadreza Nasiri, Samira Barin, Rasoul Roshan
Autism spectrum disorder is a lifelong disorder and impairs function of people in different fields. Researchers assert that autism characteristics can be seen in the non-clinical population. One of problems which is common in this population is depression. When depression is coupled with an ASD, it can ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Zahra Salehzadeh Einabad, Golnaz Dorban, Mohammadreza Nainian
Procrastination is common among students. There are inconsistent evidence indicating the relationship between anxiety and procrastination. Similarly, underlying mechanisms of this relationship is not fully understood. One of these mechanisms may be self-compassion that may counteracts the negative effects of anxiety and procrastination. Hence, this research is ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Yadollah Khorramabady
The use of dietary supplements and drugs to improve performance and physical appearance has recently increased among professional and recreational ‎athletes. Literature shows that bodybuilders, more than other athletes use supplements and drugs.This study aims to predict the use of supplements and drugs by muscle dysmorphia and ... read more

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