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1. Comparison of Skin Erythema and Melanin Level in Sulfur Mustard Induced Chronic Skin Lesions and Normal Skin

Davoudi Seyyed Masoud; Keshavarz Saeed; Sadr Bardia; Shohrati Majid; Naghizadeh Mohammad Mehdi; Farsinejad Khalil; Rashighi-Firouzabadi Mehdi; Zartab Hamed; Firooz Alireza

Volume 11, Issue 4 , 2008, , Pages 151-155

Abstract
  Background: Sulfur mustard gas is a chemical agent that has been used in many wars, especially in Iran-Iraq war. This chemical agent affects many organs including lungs, eyes and skin, causing numerous acute and chronic lesions including erythema and hyperpigmentation, respectively. This study was conducted ...  Read More

2. Sulphur mustard induced poikiloderma: a case report

Emadi Seyed Naser; Sorush Mohammadreza; Moeineddin Fatemeh; Davudi Seyed Masoud; Jalalian Hamid Reza; Ardakani Mohammadreza Khodaeeyani

Volume 10, Issue 4 , 2007, , Pages 345-352

Abstract
  Sulphur Mustard is a potent chemical warfare agent that was widely used during first world war and Iran ‌Iraq conflict. Over 100,000 Iranians were injured by sulphur mustard and one-third is of them were suffering from late effects until today. This vesicant agent has a lot of acute and chronic destructive ...  Read More

3. Efficacy of topical Phenol and Menthol combination in chronic pruritic Mustard gas induced skin lesions

Y Panahi; SM Davoudi; S Keshavarz; R Sarhang Nejad; A Tajic; MM Naghi Zadeh

Volume 9, Issue 2 , 2006, , Pages 114-121

Abstract
  Background and aim: Chronic skin lesions are common late complications of sulfur mustard intoxication which would result in numerous complaints including pruritus, skin dryness and burn feeling. In chemical warfare injured veterans, pruritus is the most common complaint in chronic status with significant ...  Read More