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    • Accidental discovery of a hydatid cyst with primary presentation in an unusual location: a case report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Amir Sabertanha; Mohamad Reza Mofatteh; Marziye Asli; Masoome Shaghab; Ali Mofatteh
      Abstract: A hydatid cyst is a zoonotic infection caused by the larval forms of mostly theEchinococcus granulosus. In humans, the most common site of cyst development is the liver (60%), followed by the lungs (20%), and much less ...
      Subject(s) : Otholaryngology , Cyst , Hydatid , Shoulder , Subcutaneous tissue ,
    • The use of combined 3.5 LCP unicortical plate and nail fixation in proximal tibia fractures and prevention of valgus and anterior angulation 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Reza Abdi; Ayob Akbari; Reza Abdi; Somaye Jomefourjan; Mojtaba Gholami
      Abstract: Introduction: Intramedullary nailing (IMN) of high tibia fracture has some mechanical and biological advantages over the other form of fixation. However, valgus, apex anterior malalignment and anterior displacement of ...
      Subject(s) : Orthopedia , Nail , Tibia , Intramedullary , Proximal , Fracture , Fixation ,
    • Familial hypertriglyceridemia-induced acute necrotizing pancreatitis: A case report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2017:;Volume ( 05 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Navid Rabiee; Tooba Kazemi; Navid Rabiee; Ehsan Akbari; Mrs Najme Azimifar; Nahid Azdaki
      Abstract: Acutepancreatitis can infrequently be a life-threatening complication of hypertriglyceridemia. Rarely, hypertriglyceridemia can originate from an inborn genetic error in lipoproteins metabolism. This condition can be ...
      Subject(s) : Heart Surgery , Hypertriglyceridemia , Pancreatitis , Acute Necrotizing ,
    • LetΓÇÖs avoid unwanted plagiarism 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Seyed Yoosef Javadmoosavi; Saeed Safari; Mahdi Alamrajabi; Jalal Vahedian Ardakani; Masoud Baghaei; Farhad Zamani; Mohammad Hossein Sobhkhizi
      Abstract: This article has no abstract. Drafting a scientific paper is both challengingand exciting. A paper reports our findings toscholars and contributes to application of the findings.
      Subject(s) : Educational , The article has no keywords. ,
    • The Effect of Offline E-Learning on Cognitive Learning (Levels of Knowledge, Comprehension, and Application) of Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances Course among Nursing Students 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Narges Soltani; Seyed Ziaoldin RasiHashemi; Ali Ramouz
      Abstract: Introduction: The use of e-learning and computer-aided methods is rapidly on the rise in medical and nursing education. Therefore, given the conflicting findings and lack of systematic clinical trials on comparison of the ...
      Subject(s) : Educational , Cognitive learning , Nursing Students , e-Learning , Traditional learning ,
    • Comparison of effects of 5% Lidocaine and 5% Meperidine plus 5% Lidocaine on complications and duration of postoperative analgesia for cesarean section 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2014:;Volume ( 02 ):;issue: 02::page
      Author : Maryam Tolyat; Mostafa Ahmadi; Raheleh Ahmadi; Omid Mehrpour; Zoleikha Saadati
      Abstract: Introduction: Nowadays, spinal anesthesia is associated with few complications in many surgical practices especially the elective caesarean which is taken as a suitable replacement for general anesthesia. Different drugs ...
      Subject(s) : Pharmacotherapy , Cesarean , Lidocaine , Mepridine , Spinal anesthesia ,
    • Torsades de pointes: Should ECG be taken from all patients before surgery? A case report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Hamidreza Mashreghimoghaddam; Mohammadreza Motie; Mohsen Aliakbarian; Alireza Rezapanah
      Abstract: Torsades de pointes is a rare but potentially lethal arrhythmia which mainly occurs in the setting of a prolonged QT interval. ECG is a reliable tool to detect such abnormalities, routinely taken from all patients over 40 ...
      Subject(s) : Educational , Long QT Syndrome , Torsade de Pointes , Electrocardiogram ,
    • Role of paraclinical assessment in management of massive pulmonary embolism: A case report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2015:;Volume ( 03 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Mahmood Hosseinzadeh Maleki; Seyed Yoosef Javadmoosavi; Raeisoon Mohammad Reza
      Abstract: Despite all the diagnosis and treatment processes of pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE), it is still associated with a high rate of mortality. We describe a massive PTE case of a 73-year-old woman with unusual clinical ...
      Subject(s) : General , Pulmonary Embolism , paraclinic , managment ,
    • Associations between preoperative P-wave characteristics, C-reactive protein levels, and atrial fibrillation after coronary artery bypass graft surgery 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Mahmood Hosseinzadeh Maleki; Azadeh Ebrahimzadeh; Majid Zare Bidaki; Hasan Karbasi; Sanaz Khosravi; Bita Bijari
      Abstract: Introduction: Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common complication of cardiac surgery which may cause remarkable morbidity and complications. Identifying predicting factors of this arrhythmia can help prophylactic ...
      Subject(s) : Heart Surgery , Coronary Artery Bypass , Atrial Fibrillation , Electrocardiogram , C - reactive protein ,
    • Effect of phenylephrine spray on closed reduction of nasal fractures in patients under general anesthesia 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2017:;Volume ( 05 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Mohammad Mehdi Hassanzadeh Taheri; Mohammad Reza Mofatteh; Forod Salehi; Mehran Hosseini; Mohammad Reza Doostabadi; Mohammad Mehdi Hassanzadeh Taheri
      Abstract: Introduction: As the most anterior part of the face, the nose is more prone to trauma than other parts of the face, thereby making it the most common facial fracture site. Closed reduction has long been used as the standard ...
      Subject(s) : Anesthesia , Phenylephrine , Closed Fracture Reduction , Anesthesia , Fractures , Bone , Intraoperative Complications ,
    • The status of Clinical education in ophthalmology surgery ward of Vali-e-Asr Hospital affiliated with Birjand University of Medical Science before and after intervention 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2018:;Volume ( 06 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Mohammad Hossein Davari; Mohammad Hossein Davari; Toba Kazemi; Masoumeh Saberhosseini
      Abstract: Introduction: Clinical education is one of most important medical education courses in Medicine. Medical education is in turn part of the higher education system that deals with human life, and thereby it is important to ...
      Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Education , Ophthalmology , Students , Medical , Evaluation Studies ,
    • Effect of Avastin on intraocular pressure before and after intravitreal injections 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Behrooz Heydari; Seyed Amirkazem Vejdan; Ghodratollah Naseh; Narjes Masoodi; Malihe Khosravi
      Abstract: Introduction: Intravitreal Avastin (bevacizumab) injection is reportedly accompanied by ocular and systemic side-effects. Our enquiry assesses whether there are any differences between intraocular pressure (IOP) in baseline ...
      Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Bevacizumab , Intraocular pressure , Intravitreal Injections ,
    • A case report of Pancoast tumor presenting as cervical radiculopathy 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2015:;Volume ( 03 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Reza Abdi; Nahid Azdaki; Hamidreza Mashreghimoghaddam; Marjan Farzad; Toba Kazemi
      Abstract: Pancoast tumor accounts for 3%-5% of all non-small cell lung carcinomas. Thistumorhasa distinct clinical presentationthrough local invasion and theresultingclinical entity called Pancoast syndrome. This syndrome includes ...
      Subject(s) : General Surgery , Pancoast Tumor , Cervical Radiculopathy , Frozen Shoulder ,
    • Misdiagnosis of Ocular Leech Infestation 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2017:;Volume ( 05 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Seyyed Abbas Hosseinirad; Jalal Ahmadi; Abbas Hosseinirad; Hoda Dadgar; Mahmoud Ganjifard
      Abstract: Leeches are segmented worms belonging to Phylum Annelida and make up the subclass Hirudinea. Leeches have been historically used in medicine to suck blood from patients. Ocular infestation with leech is rare, moreover it ...
      Subject(s) : Ophthalmology , Ocular , Infection , Leeches ,
    • Evaluation the effect of dexamethasone on post-dural puncture headache in cesarean surgery 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2018:;Volume ( 06 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Amir Sabertanha; Fateme Shakhsemampour; Elahe Allahyari; Ali Rajabpour sanati; Amir Sabertanha
      Abstract: Introduction: Inflammation is one of the probable causes of post-dural puncture headache (PDPH); logically, therefore, anti-inflammatory drugs such as dexamethasone can reduce the headache. The aim of this study was to ...
      Subject(s) : General Surgery , Anesthesia , Spinal , Dexamethasone , Post-Dural Puncture Headache , Caesarean Section ,
    • Prevalence of parathyroid removal during total thyroidectomy in Rasoul Akram and Firozgar hospitals during 2013- 2014: A case-series study 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Atefe Kashanizadeh; Nahid Azdaki; Navid Ghodsi nik; Navid Rabiee; Mahmood Zardast; Amir Rahmanian Sharifabad; Mahmood Hosseinzadeh Maleki; Majid Jafarnrzhad
      Abstract: Introduction: It is not a routine to remove the parathyroid glands during thyroidectomy except when they are ischemic or have malignancy. In this study, the prevalence of parathyroid removal during total thyroidectomy was ...
      Subject(s) : Educational , Thyroidectomy , Parathyroidectomy , Thyroid , Parathyroid ,
    • Neonatal ascending aorta thrombosis: A case report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Mohammad Nasir Hematin; Zahra Amouzeshi; Narges Soltani; Narjes Khatoon Taheri; Majid Zare Bidaki; Seyed Ali Reza Mousavi; - Manizhe Nasirizade; Farzaneh Safajou
      Abstract: Thrombotic events are very unusual in neonatal period. This congenital anomaly may be caused by certain risk factors such as polycythemia, perinatal asphyxia, septicemia, maternal diabetes, dehydration, and low cardiac ...
      Subject(s) : General , Neonatal , Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , Thrombosis , Echocardiography , Aorta ,
    • Age-standardized incidence of accidents and injuries: Western Iran from 2013 to 2015 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2018:;Volume ( 06 ):;issue: 01::page
      Author : Azimeh Ghaderi; Moslem Taheri Soodejani; Hossein Fallahzadeh; Mohammad Tabatabaei; Azimeh Ghaderi
      Abstract: Introduction: Injuries are one of the most important causes of morbidity and mortality around the world. According to the World Health Organization, injuries from traffic accidents cause 5 million deaths and hurt millions ...
      Subject(s) : Trauma , Accidents , Wounds , Injuries , Iran ,
    • A Miracle Survival after Falling from Height: A Case Report 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2016:;Volume ( 04 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Zahra Ghahramani; Somaye Jomefourjan; Seyed yoosef Javadmoosavi; Ayob Akbari; Saeede Khosravi Bizhaem; Forod Salehi
      Abstract: Falling from height is an urban phenomenon and shows an important form of blunt trauma. We report an 18-year-old man who fell from 6 m height onto vertical steel rods in an under construction building. He went under surgery ...
      Subject(s) : General Surgery , Survive , Accidental Falls , Injury ,
    • Depression and associated factors in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting in Imam Reza Hospital of Mashhad in 2013 

      Type: Journal Paper
      Source: Journal of Surgery and Trauma:;2015:;Volume ( 03 ):;issue: 03::page
      Author : Zahra Amouzeshi; Seyed Hamzeh Mousavie; Shahram Nazerani; Jalil Shoa Alhasani; Ali Reza Negahi; Pooya Derakhshan
      Abstract: Introduction: Anxiety and depression are among major problems encountered by most patients after cardiac surgery. They can have serious consequences for patients’ quality of life, physical and psychological morbidity, ...
      Subject(s) : General , Depression , Coronary Artery Bypass , Surgery , Patient ,