Mohammad Hosein Motamedi


Dr. Mohammad Hosein Kalantar Motamedi is currently Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Trauma Research Center, BMSU, and attending faculty at the Department of OMF Surgery, Azad University of Medical Sciences, Tehran. He received his American Diploma from Pennington High School, in Pennington, VA, USA (honor student) and his Iranian Diploma from Hur High School in Tehran (honor student). His graduate education was at the University of Houston, Texas, USA. He received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS) Degree from the University of Tehran and completed his Residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at SBUMS from 1987-1991 and was valedictorian of the National Board Exams in 1991. In 1995 he completed his fellowship at the University of Basel , Switzerland and obtained full Professorship in 2007. He has published 25 books, 61 proceedings from international conferences, supervised 63 doctorate dissertations and has published 185 papers indexed in PUBMED and SCOPUS with an h-index of 21. At present he is Editor of many reputable international journals. Being one of the founders of the BMSU Trauma Research Center and more recently the Craniomaxillofacial Research Center, he was granted 1st place prize at the Bagher Alum National Research Festival in 2010 and was awarded 2nd Place Prize at the 16th International Razi Research Festival on Medical Sciences that same year. The Iranian Society of OMF Surgeons awarded him Most Published in 2009 and again in 2010. Following this, he was chosen for membership in the National Elite Foundation later that year. In 2013 he was accepted in the Academy of Medical Sciences. He was awarded 1st place prize in 2014 at the Shaheed Hedayat Book festival and 5th place at the annual Bagher Alum Awards (2014); in late 2014 he was awarded 2nd place prize as Top Researcher in the 1st festival of the Azad University of Medical Sciences; He was awarded 2nd place prize in 2015 again at the Shaheed Hedayat Research festival and he is also listed in the Marquis Book \'Who’s Who in the World” (1999-2020) .

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Sarcoidosis is a type of inflammation that occurs in various locations of the body for no known reason. Normally, when foreign substances or organisms enter the body, the immune system will fight back by activating an immune response. Inflammation is a normal part of this immune response, but it should subside once the foreign antigen is gone. In sarcoidosis, the inflammation persists, and some of the immune cells form abnormal clumps of tissue called granulomas. The disease can affect any organ in the body, but it is most likely to occur in the lungs. It can also affect the skin, eyes, liver, or lymph nodes. Although the cause of sarcoidosis is not known, research suggests that it may be due to an extreme immune response or extreme sensitivity to certain substances. It also seems to have a genetic component as well, and tends to run in families. Sarcoidosis most commonly develops in people between 20 and 50 years of age. African Americans are somewhat more likely to develop sarcoidosis than Caucasians, and females are somewhat more likely to develop sarcoidosis than males. The symptoms of sarcoidosis depend on the organ involved. This book deals with the diagnosis and treatment of this mysterious disease of unknown etiology.

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