History and evolution of the specialized field of medicine in Iran and the world
The first specialized book on skin diseases has been written independently by Mohammad ibn Zakaria Razi, but the West has introduced Ali Ibn Abbas Ahwazi as the founder of skin diseases. Ali Ibn Abbas is an Iranian doctor known as Haly ben Abbas in the West. He owns Al-Malki's book and has described dermatological disorders in two treatises titled "Treatment of General Diseases and Specific Diseases".
Robert Willan, who wrote his London dissertation titled "Liver inflammation" in 1780, was the founder of modern dermatology. He categorized skin diseases based on the morphology and location of the disease and published a book on skin diseases in 1808 in London.
In the late nineteenth century, skin diseases such as syphilis and tuberculosis constituted an important part of the physician's experience of that day. Starting from the twentieth century, special attention was paid to skin diseases, and dermatology was developed as a branch of internal medicine. First, the emphasis was on clinical description, and most treatments were experimental. In the second half of the twentieth century, explosive development was introduced in dermatology, and this progress led to the development of advanced technologies, better identification of pathogenesis and treatment of dermatology.
Dr. Amir Hossein Mehregan, from Iranians who have contributed to the development of modern dermatology and the foundation of dermatopathology.
According to Orfanos, the future of dermatology depends on the research and scientific approaches of this knowledge, apart from the future of aesthetics and experimental medicine.
History of Iran
The field of skin diseases was first introduced by the establishment of a skin clinic in the Razi Hospital in Tehran in 1322 under the name of Dr. Mohammad Ali Maleki Yazdi and the establishment of a skin clinic in Sina Hospital by the late Dr. Mohammad Sadri as a medical specialist in Iran. In 1335, with the participation of several professors who had spent their periodicity abroad, and with 3 assistants at Razi Hospital, the first aid program was opened. Now, after about 50 years, there is a resettlement program in 11 medical universities.
Now, after about 70 years, ten assistant programs are being implemented annually with 50 assistants in the country. The total number of dermatologists in the country is around 900, the vast majority of which are graduated from the universities, and it is anticipated that if the assistant continues to accept this process, and with the departure of some experts in the next 10 years, there will be 1,500 specialist Skin will be active in the country. At present, the total number of faculty members in nursing assistant education colleges is 90, including 12 professors, 24 associate professors and 54 assistant professors.
The names of dietitians in different universities of the country are as follows:
University of Tehran: Dr. Mohammad Ali Maleki Yazdi, Dr. Mohammad Sadri, Dr. Sardadvar, Dr. Mehrdad Rooghi, Dr. Voodood Seyedi, Dr. Hossein Nabie, Dr. Mostafa Ardehali, Dr. Shadeh Shams Davachi, Dr. Mahin Valekhani, Dr. Khoshnaves Rad, Dr. Yahia Dolati, Dr. Nasrallah Hejazi, Dr. Zahra Naraghi
Shahid Beheshti University: Professor Rahmatollah Majed Samii, Dr. Abdolmajid Mortazavi, Dr. Faezeh Ahmadi Gilakajani, Dr. Mohammad Jafar Moeed, Dr. Parviz Toosi
University of Iran: Dr. Habib Ansarin
University of Isfahan: Dr. Faghi, Dr. Moghadadi
University of Shiraz: Dr. Amir Hossein Mehregan, Dr. Seyyfi
University of Mashhad: Dr. Radpour, Dr. Khalili, Dr. Mostofi
Tabriz University: Dr. Sheikholeslamzadeh, Dr. Mobin