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Marjan Sadat Seghayat

Marjan Sadat Seghayat

MD, Internal Medicine Specialist, Endocrinologist

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April 2013 - May 2017
marjansadat@ucsiuniversity.edu.my
Position
  • Head of Department
September 2001 - March 2007
Mashhad University of Medical Sciences
Position
  • Medical Specialist

Publications

Publications (37)
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Ambient air pollution is a significant contributor to disease burden, leading to an estimated 4.2 million premature deaths and 103.1 million disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) annually worldwide. As industrialization and urbanization surge in Asia, air pollution and its corresponding health issues follow suit. Findings on disease burden in deve...
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Global disease burden attributable to air pollution has remained a major issue of concern over the years. Epidemiological findings on air pollution adverse effects to human respiratory and skin however remain limited with regards to disease burden assessment in Malaysian. Thus, this study aimed to compare association of ambient air PM2.5 concentrat...
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Introduction: Adverse health effects due to air pollution have become a major global public health concern over the decades. Epidemiological studies are suggestive of PM2.5’s adverse effect on human skin; however, the findings remain limited. This study aims to compare the association of ambient air PM2.5 with skin dryness and itchiness among indoo...
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Introduction: Periorbital hyperpigmentation (POH) is among the commonest esthetic and dermatological complaints. Despite its frequency, there are inadequate information detailing its incidence and prevalence. This subsequently leads to lack of comprehensive POH classification and stratification of impact on an individual's general well'being. Mala...
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Stem cell research and treatment hold much promise and expectation both globally and locally to date with a lot of interest garnered. The aim of this survey was to assess their knowledge, awareness and perception towards stem cells based on their employement level, as well as insight on healthcare personnel‘s acceptance of stem cells from religious...
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Chronic diseases are rising in number and have become the leading cause of mortality in the world. These diseases can be controlled via diet and lifestyle modifications. Nutrigenomics recently emerge as a study area endeavoring to understand one’s response to diet at molecular level. Despite its rapid development, limited number of health care work...
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Tuberculosis (TB) is the most common mortality cause among infectious diseases in Malaysia, and is one of the oldest known disease in the world. Generally, TB is uncommon among recipients of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Therapy (HSCT) and Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT); however its infection can be highly fatal if detected late. The objective of the liter...
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The loss of cognitive capability is a serious problem affecting the elderly population globally. This study aimed to determine different perspectives on cognitive stimulating activity and the engagement in different types of cognitive stimulating activity in order to preserving cognitive reserve among the elderly in Malaysia. CRI questionnaire and...
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Menopause is a physiologic phase in women life involving hormonal changes that could lead to severe menopausal symptoms and thereafter affecting one’s quality of life. Moreover, army wives lead stressful lives. In this study, we aimed to determine quality of life among army wives during menopausal transition as well as to investigate possible assoc...
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All around, natural medication is an undeniably sought after elective drug. They had been expended for ages to enhance one’s prosperity. In Malaysia, Malay home grown medications (MHMs) are ordinarily expended amid pregnancy and baby blues by moms of the Malay people group. This investigation is a similar poll consider including 106 baby blues Mala...
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Anti-aging medicine cultivates a target for medical intervention. However, it is still a controversial topic which needs more research to provide a better understanding of safety and efficacy of anti-aging medicine. This study is aimed to evaluate Malaysians’ demand and awareness of anti-aging medicine. A questionnaire with 17 questions in four par...
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Background/Objectives The unknown pathogenesis of periorbital hyperpigmentation makes its treatment difficult. Existing evidence links p53 and VEGFA genes with skin hyperpigmentation. This study was aimed at (i) identifying the clinical pattern of periorbital hyperpigmentation; and (ii) detecting the presence of VEGFA and P53 single nucleotide poly...
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Abstract Background/Objectives The unknown pathogenesis of periorbital hyperpigmentation makes its treatment difficult. Existing evidence links p53 and VEGFA genes with skin hyperpigmentation. This study was aimed at (i) identifying the clinical pattern of periorbital hyperpigmentation; and (ii) detecting the presence of VEGFA and P53 single nucleo...
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Poor sleep quality has been linked with serum low vitamin D and impaired lipid profile in both adults and children in some ethnics. Since there is no data available for Malaysian population, this study is aimed at assessing association of serum vitamin D level, lipid profile and sleep disturbance among Malay women. An analytical cross sectional stu...
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Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating disease of the central nervous system. It affects people of all ages but is more prevalent among 20-40 year olds. Patients with MS can be presented with potentially any neurological symptom depending on the location of the lesion. A quarter of patients with MS suffer from bilateral lower limb spasticity among ot...
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Background: Androgen deficiency is a common problem in the older male population. Recently, many symptoms once considered to be the result of normal aging are attributed to Testosterone deficiency. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) has gained much interest in the recent decade due to its potential medical benefits. However, the possible side e...
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Abstract: Background: Short stature is the most common clinical feature in Turner's syndrome. There are several conflicting reports regarding the growth in Turner/s syndrome. Patients and Methods: In this study, we compaired basal growth hormone (OH) and GH secretory respons to clonidine adaminestration after 1 hour in patient with Turner's syndr...
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Abstract: Objective: Regarding to variety of socioeconomic, culture, race and epidemiologic factors, reactive arthritis in Iran can be different from other parts of the world Method: In this study one hundred and eighty six known cases with reactive arthritis in Rheumatology Department of Imam Reza Medical Center were evaluated between the years...
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Abstract: Timely diagnosis of APECED, of which only 140 cases have been reported in medical litrature, is particulary important. Clinical feature of this disorder is diverse and most patients are being treated as a single hormonal dysfunction, consequently some serious problems like acute adrenal crisis or hypocalcemic seizure may threaten patient...

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