Systematic review
1. Magnetic resonance imaging for Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1 (HTLV1-) associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis patients: a systematic review

Fariba Zemorshidi; Reza Boostani; Mohammad Mehdi Etemadi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 107-111

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.001

Abstract
  Introduction: Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type 1 (HTLV-1)-associated myelopathy/tropical spastic paraparesis is a chronic progressive neurologic disease, which might be associated with brain and spinal cord atrophy and lesions. Here, we systematically reviewed the brain and spinal cord abnormalities ...  Read More

Systematic review
2. Two-dimentional speckle tracking strain imaging in the assessment of myocardial diastolic function in patients with stable angina pectoris

Somaye Farokhnejad; Mostafa Dastani; Afsoon Fazlinejad; Roya Narenji Sani

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 112-117

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.002

Abstract
  Introduction: Ischemic heart disease is caused mainly by obstruction of coronary arteries. The ischemic assessment through echocardiography is dependent on wall motion abnormality detection during systole. In patients with ischemic heart disease the diastolic function is impaired before systolic function ...  Read More

Review
3. Effectiveness of school-based program to preventing mental disorders in school age children: review article

Seyede Zahra Ghaemi; Ali Khakshour; Zohreh Abasi; Nayereh Azam Hajikhani Golchin

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 118-124

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.003

Abstract
  Mental health disorders are prevalent in children in all societies. The onset of most mental disorders is in youth (12–24 years of age), but most of the time they are first detected later in life. Poor mental health is strongly related to other health and development concerns so it is common to ...  Read More

Review
4. How is the injury severity scored? a brief review of scoring systems

Mohsen Ebrahimi; Hossein Pirazghandi; Hamid Reza Reihani

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 125-128

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.004

Abstract
  The management of injured patients is a critical issue in pre-hospital and emergency departments. Trauma victims are usually young and the injuries may lead to mortality or severe morbidities. The severity of injury can be estimated by observing the anatomic and physiologic evidences. Scoring systems ...  Read More

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5. Selecting chemotherapy schedules for adjuvant treatment of early stage breast cancer, what is the rationale behind?

Roham Salek; Narges Bayat Mokhtari; Soudabeh Shahidsales

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 129-134

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.005

Abstract
  Breast cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers that oncologists are faced with in their clinics. The varieties of clinical features of the disease result to very different scenarios in the processes of treatment decision making. While classic factors of stage, grade, age and hormone receptor status ...  Read More

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6. Clinical significance of DVM and its prevalence in pre-gestational diabetes cases versus normal pregnancies

Farideh Akhlaghi; Mahnaz Akhondzadeh

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 135-137

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.006

Abstract
  Pre-gestational diabetes mellitus affects less than 1% of all pregnancies and is a significant cause of fetal morbidity and mortality. It is hypothesized that impaired placental function, in the form of abnormal placental weight and/or abnormal placental histology, may be responsible for this event in ...  Read More

Review
7. Review article about nutrition and primary prevention of oral cancer

Atena Shiva; Shahin Arab

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 138-143

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.007

Abstract
  Cancer is a worldwide problem that is caused by a variety of different factors increasing over a number of years. Oral cancer is a very prevalent disease and one of the most 10 common causes of death. It is important that the risk factors can be controlled. Selecting the correct health behaviors and ...  Read More

Review
8. The role of diffusion-weighted MRI on the study of brain complications related to heroin abuse

Yasamin Daoudi; Leila Ameri; Bita Dadpour

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 144-146

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.008

Abstract
  Heroin has physical effects on many parts of the body, for example, respiratory and digestive system, muscles, and nervous system. Neurologic complications include brain abscess, neuropathy, transverse myelitis, and leukoencephalopathy.Magnetic resonance image is more sensitive in detecting lesions with ...  Read More

Review
9. The adverse effects of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism during pregnancy

Mahnaz Boroumand Rezazadeh

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 147-150

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.009

Abstract
  Due to the important role of thyroid disorders on reproductive health of the women of childbearing age, pregnancy outcome, fetal health, and neurodevelopment of the infant, providing comprehensive assessment of the treatments used for preventing hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism seems to be essential. ...  Read More

Review
10. Neural mechanisms underlying morphine withdrawal in addicted patients: a review

Nima Babhadiashar; Golnaz Vaseghi; Mahmoud Rafieian-Kopaei; Sasan Andalib; Azadeh Eshraghi; Nooshin Masoudian

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 151-157

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.010

Abstract
  Morphine is one of the most potent alkaloid in opium, which has substantial medical uses and needs and it is the first active principle purified from herbal source. Morphine has commonly been used for relief of moderate to severe pain as it acts directly on the central nervous system; nonetheless, its ...  Read More

Review
11. Central venous line complications and tip detection

Ameneh Rezaee Gheshlaghi; Hamid Zamani Moghadam Dolu; Elham Pishbin; Maryam Salehi

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 158-160

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.011

Abstract
  Central venous line is one of a creative instrument that saves human’s life in critical medical situation. Central venous line access is frequently involved in the disease management. It is used for rapid fluid therapy, transvenous pacemakers, infusion of some medications, hemodialysis or plasmapheresis ...  Read More

Review
12. New modalities in the detection of renal transplant complications

Abulqasem Kosari

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2015, Pages 161-163

http://dx.doi.org/10.17463/RCM.2015.03.012

Abstract
  Renal transplantation was considered as an efficient and ideal method for end stage renal disease treatment of the patients, by accomplishment of the first successful transplantation in 1954 (Boston USA). Renal transplantation has transmuted the treatment of choice in end stage renal disease, along with ...  Read More