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1. Lichen planus pigmentosus successfully treated with conventional CO2 laser resurfacing

Ramin Radmanesh; Mohammad Radmanesh

Volume 23, Issue 3 , Autumn 2020, , Pages 125-128

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ijd.2020.111552

Abstract
  Lichen planus pigmentosus (LPP) develops as an asymptomatic and dusky pigmentation of the facial skin with no effective treatment. Herein we report a 54-year-old lady with clinical and histopathologic confirmation of LPP who was scheduled to be treated with CO2 laser resurfacing. ...  Read More

2. Repigmentation of vitiliginous facial area after Q-switched Nd-YAG laser therapy for depigmentation: Is it a case of true reverse Koebner phenomenon in vitiligo?

Mohammad Radmanesh; Nasibeh Sohrabian; Ramin Radmanesh

Volume 16, Issue 4 , 2013, , Pages 159-161

Abstract
  The patients with universal vitiligo and residual pigmented patches usually do not benefit from available repigmenting methods and are better scheduled for depigmentation by medical, laser,and or freezing procedures. A 37-year-old lady with universal vitiligo and remaining pigmentation ...  Read More

3. Cryotherapy is more effective and faster than Q-switched Nd-YAG laser fordepigmentation in universal vitiligo patients

Mohammad Radmanesh; Ramin Radmanesh

Volume 16, Issue 1 , 2013, , Pages 17-20

Abstract
  Background: Although cryotherapy has been reported as atechnique for depigmenting residual pigmented patches inpatients with universal vitiligo, Q-switched Nd-YAG lasershave not yet been used for this purpose. The aim of this studywas to compare the efficacy of cryotherapy with that of 532nmQ-switched ...  Read More