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Review Article Biology & Genetic
1. The Diagnosis of HIV Infection in Infants and Children

Alireza Abdollahi; Hana Saffar

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 89-96

Abstract
  It is estimated that the number of HIV infected children globally has increased from 1.6 million in 2001 to 3.3 million in 2012. The number of children below 15 years of age living with HIV has increased worldwide. Published data from recent studies confirmed dramatic survival benefit for infants started ...  Read More

Original Research
2. Validity of Selected WBC Differentiation Flags in Sysmex XT-1800i

Parya Bameni Moghaddam; Fatemeh Mahjoub; Amirhossein Emami; Alireza Abdollahi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 97-103

Abstract
  Background: Automatic Cell Counter devises make the CBC differential very easy and delivering the results in few second. However, the problem with this device is facing a flag requires a time-consuming microscopic review of the specimen which causes unacceptable wait times for patient as well as costs ...  Read More

Original Research Biology & Genetic
3. Maspin Gene Expression in Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of Breast

Shahriar Dabiri; Mohammadmehdi Moeini aghtaei; Jahanbano Shahryari; Manzume Shamis meymandi; Sahar Amirpour-Rostami; Reza Foutohi-Ardekani

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 104-111

Abstract
  Background: The breast cancer is the most prevalent cancer among women, on the other hand absence of myoepithelial cells play a pivotal role in pathogenesis of this cancer. Thus we aimed to investigate the possible abilities of the molecular assay technique to find a relationship between mammary serine ...  Read More

Original Research Microbiology
4. Designing and construction of a DNA vaccine encoding tb10.4 gene of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Samira Rashidian; Roghayeh Teimourpour; Zahra Meshkat

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 112-119

Abstract
  Background: Tuberculosis (TB) remains as a major cause of death around the world. Construction of a new vaccine against tuberculosis is an effective way to control it. Several vaccines against this disease have been developed. The aim of the present study was to cloning of tb10.4 gene in pcDNA3.1+ plasmid ...  Read More

Review Article
5. Correlation between Gleason scores in needle biopsy and corresponding radical prostatectomy specimens. A twelve-year review.

Maliheh Khoddami; yassaman Khademi; Maryam Kazemi Aghdam; Haleh Soltanghoraee

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 120-126

Abstract
  Background: Presence of discordance between the Gleason score on needle biopsy and the score of radical prostatectomy specimen is common and universal. In this study, we determined the accuracy of Gleason grading of biopsies in predicting histological grading of radical prostatectomy specimens and the ...  Read More

Original Research
6. Immunogenicity of Four Doses of Double-Strength Intramuscular Hepatitis B

Seyed Ali Asghar Fakhrmousavi; Azar Hadadi; Seyed Hamed Hosseini; Maryam Rahbar; Reza Hamidian; Amitis Ramezani; Gholamreza Pourmand; Effat Razeghi

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 127-132

Abstract
  Background: Hepatitis B virus potentially accelerates graft rejection and mortality in renal transplantation population. Vaccination of graft candidates without prior immunization against HBV seems essential before transplantation but some candidates of transplantation have not received HBV vaccine at ...  Read More

Original Research
7. Can Trimodal Distribution of HbS Levels in Sickle Cell Traits Be Used To Predict the Associated Alpha-Thalassemia For Screening Cases in Central India?

Bhushan Warpe; AV Shrikhande; SV Poflee

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 133-137

Abstract
  Background: Until now, trimodal distribution of HbS has been seen by six different studies in the world when associated with alpha-thalassemia with confirmation by corresponding alpha-genotyping studies. The RBC indices reduce as alpha-globin genes reduce in sickle cell trait (SCT) patients, which decreases ...  Read More

Original Research Microbiology
8. Molecular Detection of Ureaplasma urealyticum from Prostate Tissues using PCR-RFLP, Tehran, Iran

Gholamreza Irajian; Mehri Sharifi; Shiva Mirkalantari; Reza Mirnejad; Mohammad reza Jalali Nadoushan

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 138-143

Abstract
  Background: In most cases, prostatitis can be caused by a bacterial agent such as Ureaplasma urealyticum. Considering to the cumbersome of the culture method for the detection of Ureaplasma species in clinical samples such as prostate; PCR method that is faster and more appropriate than the cultivation ...  Read More

Original Research Microbiology
9. Comparing Rapid and Specific Detection of Brucella in Clinical Samples by PCR-ELISA and Multiplex-PCR Method

Sharareh Mohammad Hasani; Reza Mirnejad; Vahhab Piranfar; Jafar Amani; Mohamad javad Vafadar

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 144-150

Abstract
  Background: Rapid diagnosis and differentiation of Brucella is of high importance due to the side effects of antibiotics for the treatment of brucellosis. This study aimed to identify and compare PCR-ELISA as a more accurate diagnositc test with other common molecular and serological tests. Methods: ...  Read More

Short Communication
10. Preanalytical Errors in Hematology Laboratory- an Avoidable Incompetence

Vikram Narang; Harsimran Kaur; Pavneet Kaur Selhi; Neena Sood; Aminder Singh

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 151-154

Abstract
  Background: Quality assurance in the hematology laboratory is a must to ensure laboratory users of reliable test results with high degree of precision and accuracy. Even after so many advances in hematology laboratory practice, pre-analytical errors remain a challenge for practicing pathologists. This ...  Read More

Short Communication Hematopathology
11. Rad51 Expression in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma and Its Association with Tumor Reduction: A Preliminary Study in Indonesia

Dian Cahyanti; Lisnawati Rachmadi; Vally Wulani; Marlinda Adham

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 155-160

Abstract
  Background: Overexpression of Rad51 protein in many tumor cells has been proven to increase radioresistance and can be related to the resistance of chemosensitivity of tumor cells. This preliminary study was conducted to determine the relationship between the Rad51 expression level in nasopharyngeal ...  Read More

Case Reports
12. Pituitary Chondrosarcoma presenting as a sellar and suprasellar mass with parasellar extension: An Unusual presentation

Manisha Sharma; Manas Madan; Mridu Manjari; Harleen Kaur

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 161-166

Abstract
  Chondrosarcoma is a mesenchymal tumor composed of tumor cells producing cartilage. It is more common in older age and often affects the axial skeleton. We report a rare case of chondrosarcoma mimicking a sellar and suprasellar mass with parasellar extension. A 40 yr woman presented with decreasing visual ...  Read More

Case Reports
13. Apocrine Metaplasia in Intraductal Papilloma with Foci of DCIS: A Friend or Foe?

Debjani Mallick; Aniruna Dey; Sonia Gon; Gayatri Ghoah

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 167-170

Abstract
  Malignant papillary neoplasms of the breast comprise a number of microscopically distinct lesions, where apocrine metaplasia is commonly found in papillomas compared to other papillary lesions including papillary carcinomas. However, association of apocrine metaplasia in papilloma with Ductal Carcinoma ...  Read More

Case Reports Hematopathology
14. Granulomatous response with breast cancer in a developing country: A diagnostic dilemma!

Bushra Siddiqui; Shahbaz Habib Faridi; Veena Maheshwari; Mohammad Aslam; Kafil Akhtar

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 171-175

Abstract
  Granulomatous response in association with breast cancer and within the cancer draining lymph nodes is an extremely rare phenomenon. Granulomatous inflammation is an immune response commonly seen against infectious agents and certain non-neoplastic conditions. The etiopathogenesis of granulomas associated ...  Read More

Case Reports Oral Pathology
15. Recurrent Ancient Intraosseous Neurilemmoma of Maxilla: A Rare Case Report

Tamgadge Avinash; Tamgadge Sandhya; Shashibhushan Dodal; Mayura Chande; Treville Pereira

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 176-180

Abstract
  Neurilemmomas are benign tumors of peripheral nerve sheath Schwann cells. One of the variants of neurilemmoma is the ancient type of neurilemmoma characterized by degenerative features such as cystic degeneration, calcification, hemorrhage and hyalinization which could be easily misdiagnosed. Their occurrence ...  Read More

Case Reports
16. Acinic Cell Carcinoma of the Parotid Gland with Four Morphological Features

David Rosero; Ramiro Alvarez; Paula Gambó; María Alastuey; Alberto Valero; Nerea Torrecilla; A. Belén Roche; Sara Simón

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 181-185

Abstract
  Acinic cell carcinoma arising in salivary glands is a rare tumor, accounting for 2% to 5% of the primary neoplasms of the parotid gland. When these tumors are well-differentiated, the neoplasia has innocuous aspect, due to the similarity to normal parotid tissue. This makes the diagnosis difficult. Initially ...  Read More

Letters to the Editor
17. Localized Leishmania Lymphadenitis Etiologic Agent Identified as Leishmania tropica Using Gene Sequencing

Moeinadin Safavi; Shahriar Dabiri

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 186-188

Abstract
  Leishmaniasis include several clinical manifestations, mostly cutaneous, visceral and mucosal (1, 2). Various species can lead to diverse clinical presentations. Thus species identification contribute to proper management (3). Localized Leishmania Lymphadenitis (LLL) is a distinct entity in clinicopathologic ...  Read More

Letters to the Editor
18. Anemia during Hospitalization in the Patients with Ebola Virus Disease

beuy joob; viroj wiwanitkit

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 189-190

Abstract
  Ebola virus disease is the important emerging disease in Africa. This infection is deadly and has the main clinical feature as an acute hemorrhagic fever. The main hematological alteration in this infection is the platelet change. However, the change in other hematological parameters should be mentioned.   Read More

Letters to the Editor
19. Ebola Infection and Diabetes Mellitus

Sora Yasri; Viroj Wiwanitkit

Volume 11, Issue 2 , Spring 2016, Pages 191-193

Abstract
  Diabetes mellitus is the common endocrine problem that affects millions of world population. The disease can be seen in every country around the world. It is recorded as one of the most common noninfectious disease at present. In the era of the new emerging diseases, the concern on the effect of new ...  Read More