Razavi International Journal of Medicine

  • ISSN: 2345-6434 2345-6426
  • Email: editor@razavijournal.com
  • Journal Type: per-article | Frequency: quarterly
  • Language: EN
  • Organization: Razavi International Journal of Medicine
Razavi International Journal of Medicine: Dec 2017, 5 (4), 9 articles.
Review Article
8/12/2017
Ferro Federico
Interstitial cystitis is a multifactorial chronic and debilitating disease which is commonly associated with pain localized in the bladder region, increased urinary frequency, urgency and nocturia. Due to the high prevalence of pain in the population affected more recently the condition is often referred to as interstitial ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Mojtaba Habibi, Mohsen Dehghani, Minoo Pooravari, Somaieh Salehi
Based on historical viewpoint, relationship among depression, anxiety and stress attracted clinical and theoretical consideration. Despite the relative overlap of these psychological disorders in general, these three syndromes are distinctive in terms of theoretically and conceptually aspects.The aim of current study is investigation confirmatory factor analysis and ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Homa Shahyar, Farhad Jomehri
Substance abuse is one of the most important problems nowadays that has found the world range. A disaster that destroys millions of lives, and big national funds are spent to fight or compensate its damages.This study was conducted with the aim of examining the effectiveness of mindfulness-based ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Fatemeh Maghsoodloonejad, Hadi Hashemi Razini
High incidence of learning disorders has caught the psychologists' attention in recent years.The objective of this study was to compare divided, sustained and selective attention in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, children with a specific learning disorder and normal children.The study was a descriptive, causal-comparative and ... read more
Research Article
30/9/2017
Boshra Mohammadi, Neda Ali Beige
Researchers believe that the early maladaptive schemas act as refiners to approve the childhood’s experiences and will lead to some clinical symptoms like anxiety, depression, phobia, personality disorders, alcohol abuse, overeating or stomach ulcers.The present study was carried out with the purpose of comparing early maladaptive schemas ... read more
Research Article
9/12/2017
Samaneh Eidi, Reza Farid-Hosseini
Fungal spores are ubiquitous constituents indoors and outdoors and are now generally identified as important causes of respiratory allergies.This study aims to evaluate the frequency and prevalence of allergens with fungal origin at homes of allergic patients with respiratory symptoms in the city of Mashhad, Iran.In this ... read more
Research Article
8/12/2017
Jaleh Yousefi, Asghar Akhavan, Reza Hoseini-Motlagh, Shahin Banaei-Boroujeni, Yunes Panahi, Mohammad Hossein Khosravi
Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is the inflammation of paranasal sinus mucous membranes. Considering the influence of fungi on chronic rhinosinusitis and different results concerning the effect of Amphotericin B on improvement of this condition; this study aimed to determine the effect of topical Amphotericin B on improvement of ... read more
Research Article
5/12/2017
Hoorieh Rahiminia, Elaheh Rahiminia, Shahram Arsangjang, Gholamreza Sharifirad
Due to their particular circumstances during this critical period of life, female students living in dormitories of students often face with situations against which experience many emotional reactions. Since the mental health of society largely depends on their mental health and psychological damage in this important part ... read more
Research Article
16/12/2017
Gholamreza Bahadorkhan, Mohammadali Abouei, Omid Daneshvarfard, Mohammad Hassan Arjmand
In this control trial study we showed the neuroprotective effects of the erythropoietin (EPO) in traumatic brain injury in animal model.The research was carried out on 50 male Wistar rats weighing 200 to 250 g. They were divided into two groups of control and case. The rats ... read more