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Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine
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Tafti SF

Masih Daneshvari Hospital,Tehran, Iran

Biography

Dr. Tafti SF Assistant professor in Masih Daneshvari Hospital,Tehran, Iran. His research interest on Churg Straus syndrome (CSS) is considered a systemic vasculitis in asthmatic patients with important diagnostic signs of hypereosinophilia, pulmonary infiltration, vasculitic skin lesions and nasal polyps and mononeuritis multiplex also supports this diagnosis. Here we present a patient with long history of asthma, polypectomy, abdominal pains and treatment by different brands of monteleukast. The differential diagnosis includes Wegener’s granulomatosis, drug reaction, bronchogenic granulomatosis, fungal and parasitic infections, and malignanc. His international experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study.  His research interests as an Assistant Professor reflect in his wide range of publications in various national and international journals.                        

Research Interest

His reaserch interest on Churg Straus syndrome (CSS) is considered a systemic vasculitis in asthmatic patients with important diagnostic signs of hypereosinophilia, pulmonary infiltration, vasculitic skin lesions and nasal polyps and mononeuritis multiplex also supports this diagnosis. Here we present a patient with long history of asthma, polypectomy, abdominal pains and treatment by different brands of monteleukast. The differential diagnosis includes Wegener’s granulomatosis, drug reaction, bronchogenic granulomatosis, fungal and parasitic infections, and malignanc

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