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N.A.El-Dib, "Parasitic infection of liver and G.I.T. tract in children in Egypt. ", First Annual Meeting of Egyptian Society of Pediatric Hepatology and Gasteronoenterology. , Nile Hilton Hotel, Cairo, 28 December, Submitted.
Nadia, E. - D., K. M. Mona, E. - S. H. Shaimaa, Y. H. Allah, M. S. Soheir, and undefined, "Anti-Cryptosporidium efficacy of Olea europaea and Actinidia deliciosa in a neonatal mouse model", Kasr Al Ainy Medical Journal (KAMJ), vol. 23, pp. 32-37, 2017.
Nadia, E. - D., A. E. - W. M. Wegdan, H. A. Doaa, and A. I. Mona, "Case Report Case Report of Human Urinary Myiasis Caused by Clogmia albipunctata (Diptera: Psychodidae) with Morphological Description of Larva and Pupa", J Arthropod-Borne Dis,, vol. 11, issue 4, pp. 533-538, 2017. 1-_published_case_report.pdf
Nadia, E. - D., "Entamoeba histolytica: an Overview", Curr Trop Med Rep, pp. on line, 2017. e._hist._pdf_.pdf
Nadia, E. - D. A., and W. Thomas, "Frontiers in Parasitology,", Frontiers in Parasitology, Sharja, Bentham Science Publishers, 2017. chapter_8.pdf
Nadia, E. - D., and W. Thomas, "Frontiers in Parasitology,, Chapter 8: Microsporidia", Frontiers in Parasitology, Sharja, Bentham Science Publishers, 2017. chapter_8.pdf
El-Dib, N. A., A. A. El-Badry, T. - H. Ta-Tang, and J. M. Rubio, "Molecular detection of Capillaria philippinensis: An emerging zoonosis in Egypt.", Experimental parasitology, vol. 154, pp. 127-33, 2015 Jul. Abstract

Human infection with Capillaria philippinensis is accidental; however, it may end fatally if not diagnosed and treated in the proper time. The first case was detected in the Philippines in 1963, but later reported in other countries around the world, including Egypt. In this report, molecular diagnosis using a specific nested PCR for detection of C. philippinensis in faeces is described based on the amplification of small ribosomal subunit. The test showed sensitivity and specificity, as it detected all the positive cases and gave no cross-reaction with human DNA and DNA of other tested parasites. This method can be very useful not only for improvement of diagnosis, but also to understand the different environmental routes of transmission by detection of C. philippinensis DNA-stages in the possible fish intermediate hosts and reservoir animal host, helping to improve strategies for surveillance and prevention of human disease.

Banisch, D. M., A. El-Badry, J. V. Klinnert, R. Ignatius, and N. El-Dib, "Simultaneous detection of Entamoeba histolytica/dispar, Giardia duodenalis and cryptosporidia by immunochromatographic assay in stool samples from patients living in the Greater Cairo Region, Egypt.", World journal of microbiology & biotechnology, vol. 31, issue 8, pp. 1251-8, 2015 Aug. Abstract

Gastrointestinal infection due to intestinal parasites is an enormous health problem in developing countries and its reliable diagnosis is demanding. Therefore, this study aimed at evaluating a commercially available immunochromatographic assay (ICA) for the detection of cryptosporidia, Giardia duodenalis, and Entamoeba histolytica/dispar for its usefulness in the Greater Cairo Region, Egypt. Stool samples of 104 patients who presented between October 2012 and March 2013 with gastrointestinal symptoms or for the exclusion of parasites at Kasr-Al-Ainy University Medical School were examined by light microscopy of wet mounts and the triple ICA. Microscopy revealed in 20 % of the patients [95 % confidence interval (CI), 13.5-29.0 %] parasites with Hymenolepis nana, E. histolytica/dispar and Blastocystis hominis being the most frequent ones, but was not able to detect G. duodenalis and cryptosporidia, whereas ICA was positive in 21 % (95 % CI, 14.3-30.0 %) and detected E. histolytica/dispar in 12.5 % (95 % CI, 7.3-20.4 %), cryptosporidia in 6.7 % (95 % CI, 3.1-13.5 %) and G. duodenalis in 15.4 % (95 % CI, 9.6-23.6 %) of the patients. Detection of one or more pathogens was associated with access to water retrieved from a well or pump (p = 0.01). Patients between 20 and 29 years of age (p = 0.08) and patients with symptoms of 5 days or longer (p = 0.07) tended to have a higher risk to be infected than patients of other age groups or with shorter-lasting symptoms. In conclusion, the ICA was easy to perform and timesaving. Importantly, it enabled the detection of cryptosporidia, which cannot be found microscopically in unstained smears, demonstrated a higher sensitivity for the detection of G. duodenalis than microscopy, and was more specific for distinguishing E. histolytica/dispar from apathogenic amoeba.

N.A.El-Dib, "Kasr Al Ainy, the story of a palace that became a medical school. ", Kasr Al Ainy Medical Journal (KAMJ), vol. 21, issue 1, pp. 1-7, 2015.
El Dib, N. A., N. M. Eldessouky, S. A. El Sherbini, H. M. Seleem, and H. A. F. Algebaly, "Disseminated coccidioidomycosis in a 5-year-old Sudanese boy.", Journal of tropical pediatrics, vol. 60, issue 3, pp. 260-3, 2014 Jun. Abstract

A 5-year-old Sudanese boy not known to be immunodeficient and with no history of travelling developed septic shock from a disseminating coccidial infection. The diagnosis was delayed, as the eosinophilic hepatic abscess was initially thought to be secondary to schistosomiasis, which is endemic in Egypt and Sudan. A further survey about the existence of coccidial infection around the climatic area of the river Nile is warranted.

F.M.A.Amin, N.A.El-Dib, A.Y.A.Mohamed, and M.E.Aly, "Clinical and laboratory investigations of cases infected with Capillaria philippinensis in Beni Suef Governorate, Egypt. ", Comparative Clinical Pathology (on line), DOI 10.1007/s00580-014-1999-2. , vol. 23, issue 5, pp. 1-10, 2014.
F.M.A.Amin, N.A.El-Dib, A.Y.A.Mohamed, and M.E.Aly, "Clinical and laboratory investigations of cases infected with Capillaria philippinensis in Beni Suef Governorate, Egypt. ", Comparative Clinical Pathology (on line), DOI 10.1007/s00580-014-1999-2. , vol. 23, issue 5, pp. 1-10, 2014.
T.weitzel, and N.A.El-Dib, "Clinical Cases in Tropical Medicine. Camilla Rothe ", Clinical Cases in Tropical Medicine. , Germany, Elsevier. Expert, 2014.
N.A.El-Dib, and T.weitzel, "Capillariasis. In: Werner A, Parasitologia Humana, First Edition.", Parasitologia Humana, Werner Apt, First Edition., Santiago, Mc Graw Hill, 2013.
N.A.El-Dib, "Letter to the editor; Top tips for a scientific power point presentation. ", Parasitologists United Journal (PUJ), vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 120-121, 2013.
M.E.Azab, N.El-Dib, and H.Omar, "Pseudoparasitosis due to accidental ingestion of chicken coecum. Case report. ", Parasitologists United Journal (PUJ), vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 117-118, 2013.
H.Helmy, N.El-Dib, E.Megahed, N.Yasin, and H.El-Karaksy, "A child with rotor syndrome and Capillaria philippinensis: case report and review of literature. [Case Reports, Journal Article, Review] ", J. Egypt. Soc. Parasitol., , vol. 41, issue 2, pp. 417-422, 2011.
N.A.El-Dib, "Intestinal capillariasis in Egypt. A problem to consider. ", Second annual Congress of The Egyptian Parasitologists United. , Ain Shams University, Guest House, Cairo, April, 2010.
K.Peterson, R.J.O'Connell, H.L.Sandingo, S.L.Bernos, P.J.Damahar, N.A.El-Masry, and N.A.El-Dib, "A pregnant woman with severe diarrhea. Photo Quiz", Clin.Infect.Dis., vol. 49, pp. 1767-1768, 2009.
N.A.El-Dib, "Unusual presentation of Parasitic Diseases. ", First Annual Congress of the Egyptian Parasitologists United, Ain Shams University, 27 March, 2008. unusual_presentation_of_parasitic_diseases.ppt
K.A.Kamal, N.A.El-Dib, and F.Hassanin, "): Evaluation of Immunofluorescent antibody (IFA) kit for the detection of Cryptosporidium parvum Oocysts and Giardia lamblia cysts in stool specimens. ", Parasitologists United Journal (PUJ), vol. 1, issue 2, pp. 145-147, 2008.
N.A.El-Dib, "House Dust Mite, What might a mite do", OF LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS. UNISCO, 2007.
R.kamel, and J.Lomely, "Capillariasis. ", Textbook of Tropical Surgery, London, Springer-Verlag, 2005.
, " Textbook ofTropical Surgery, Springer, Springer- Verlag, London Limited. Publishers. ", Textbook of Tropical Surgery, , London, Springer- Verlag, London Limited. Publishers. , 2004.
H., E. - K., M.El-Shabrawy, M.Kotb, N.Elkofy, and undefined, "Capillaria philippinensis a cause of fatal diarrhea in one of two infected Egyptian sisters. ", J.Trop.Pediat, vol. 50, issue 1, pp. 57-70, 2004.