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1. Chronic cutaneous leishmaniasis induced after trauma, mimicking keloidal scar

Khalili Maryam; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Mohammadi Saman; Aflatoonian Mahin; Ahmadi Rahim; Zeinadini Alireza

Volume 22, Issue 1 , 2019, , Pages 40-42

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/ijd.2019.98369

Abstract
  Leishmaniasis is a common parasitic disease classified to acute and chronic types based on the duration of the disease. The acute lesion is presented as ulcerated papule and nodule that heal after a few months with an atrophic scar. The chronic form of cutaneous leishmaniasis is a nonhealing lesion that ...  Read More

2. Successful Treatment of Earlobe Keloids with Imiquimod after Shave Excision

Zargari Omid; Gorouhi Farzam

Volume 12, Issue 1 , 2009, , Pages 31-32

Abstract
  There are various methods to treat keloid. However, the recurrence of keloidal lesions seems important in this regard. Herein, we report a case of successful treatment of earlobe keloids with imiquimod after shave excision.  Read More

3. Hypertrophic scars and Keloids

H Ansarin; A Ghahhari; SF Akbarian

Volume 6, Issue 4 , 2003, , Pages 34-45

Abstract
  The available treatment modalities for hypertrophic scars and keloids have very little success. Surgical treatment of these lesions without adjuvant therapy is also associated with high recurrence rate. Hypertrophic scars and keloids are the results of a series of cellular and molecular changes which ...  Read More

4. Hypertrophic scars and Keloids

H Ansarin; A Ghahhari; SF Akbarian

Volume 6, Issue 3 , 2003, , Pages 27-34

Abstract
  The available treatment modalities for hypertrophic scars and keloids have very little success. Surgical treatment of these lesions without adjuvant therapy is also associated with high recurrence rate. Hypertrophic scars and keloids are the results of a series of cellular and molecular changes which ...  Read More

5. Keloid: A rare finding in Pyoderma Gangrenosum

AR Fekri; S Shamsaddini; H Tabrizchi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , 1999, , Pages 35-38

Abstract
  Pyoderma gangrenosum is characterized by a chronic, non-infectious, destructive ulcer which is mostly seen on distal lower extremities, but it can be found anywhere on body. We report an 18-year old man who developed keloids after healing of his ulcers. He was a known case of chronic relapsing pyoderma ...  Read More