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Dermatology and Cosmetic ; 12(1):3-10, 2021.
Article in Persian | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1362937

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The fifth paper of reviews on COVID-19 addresses COVID-19 vaccines, as vaccination has started in the world and Iran. In this paper, we review different types of available vaccines and also various platforms for production of COVID-19 vaccines as well as the vaccines produced in each platform in the world and Iran. Then the considerations about vaccination in patients with skin diseases, specially those using immunomodulator drugs will be presented. Finally, the cutaneous adverse effects of COVID-19 vaccines will be reviewed.

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Dermatology and Cosmetic ; 11(4), 2021.
Article in Persian | GIM | ID: covidwho-1173271

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The fourth paper of review article series about COVID-19 includes a selection of interesting and useful information about this disease and dermatology. This paper contains materials published in literature in various basic fields such as epidemiology, pathogenesis, as well as clinical topics such as symptoms and treatments. The skin manifestations of COVID-19, the challenges of treating skin diseases and dermatoses caused by the virus have also been reviewed.

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Dermatology and Cosmetic ; 11(2), 2020.
Article in Persian | GIM | ID: covidwho-958795

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COVID-19 is nowadays a pandemic disease. It affects various aspects of human life including physical and mental health and also socio-economic situations. In this review, we attempt to present a brief selection of abundant published papers about pathogenesis, skin manifestations, treatment challenges in different conditions and prevention.

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Dermatology and Cosmetic ; 11(1), 2020.
Article in Persian | GIM | ID: covidwho-828908

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Since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic on December 2019, challenges on economic, political, social, hygiene- therapeutic and life style have emerged in many countries. Many researches are investigating on virus characteristics and its behavior and also preventive and therapeutic measures. Despite the virus not being dermatotropic, several skin manifestations have been observed. In this review, overall informations on this viral infection with focus on skin manifestations are presented.

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