Jamal Akhavan-Moghadam's research while affiliated with Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences and other places

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Patients presenting with a mass require tissue biopsy for histological diagnosis and treatment. Fine needle aspiration (FNA) is offered as an atraumatic, well tolerated, and inexpensive method for obtaining a biopsy from these lesions. In this study we evaluated the accuracy of FNA as an atraumatic method among patients with nonthyroidal masses for...

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... Interestingly, in further subgroups, patients with poor blood glycemic control were mainly performed with percutaneous drainage, while patients with good control were mostly treated with the conservative method. It seems that the diameter of abscesses in the poor-controlled group is generally larger in this study [23]. Meanwhile, the use of steroid hormone and immune response enhancers were significantly higher in the DM group, which may be related to the decreased and vulnerable immune system in DM patients. ...
... In contrast to this, study by Singh et al. reported female predominance 19 in their study. Akhavan-Moghadam et al. reported 41% malignant cases, 20 19% cases benign neoplasm and 40% cases non-neoplas c. This finding broadly supports the work of other studies in this area where metasta c carcinoma to lymph nodes was 21 the most common type of malignancy. ...