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el-Batanony, M. H., M. H. Sayyouh, I. S. Mahgoub, and A. Abdel-Waly, "Screening guides for enhanced oil recovery methods under Egyptian reservoir conditions", Journal of Egyptian Society of Engineers, vol. 26, issue 1, pp. pp.60-66, 1987.
mohsensobhy, "Fractionation and kinetics of glucoamylase.", Eg yptian J . of Microbiology, vol. 12, pp. 104-114, 1977. Abstract
mohsensobhy, "Effect of clouding agents on cloud stability and orange beverage quality .", Research Bulletin, issue 1068, 1979. Abstract
hesham negm, M. D., M. D. hussam El-Bosraty, M. D. Mohamed Mosleh, M. D. hesham ahmed fathy, and M. C. Mina Safwat, Image guided nasal and skull base surgery; a case control study., , 2013. Abstract

Objective.The objective of this study is to evaluatethe efficacy of image-guided
systems in nasal and skull base surgeries.Study design. This is a prospective case
control study. Material and methods. A total number of 24 patients were included in this
study. The relevant pre-operative, operative and post-operative records were collected
and analyzed. Results:The mean total operative time was greater for the imageguidance
surgery group (130 minutes; range 95-160 minutes) than for the control
group (119 minutes; range 85-150 minutes). However, the mean actual operative time
was less for the image-guidance surgery group (93 minutes; range 65-120 minutes)
than the control group (99 minutes; range 70-130 minutes).The image-guidance
surgery group had no major complications. However the control group had 3 major
complications (25%).The average estimated blood loss (EBL) was higher for the
image-guidance surgery group (395 mL; range 130-1100 mL) than the control group
(380 mL; range 100-950 mL).Conclusion: Image guided system may reduce the
complications associated with endoscopic sinus surgery and allow for a more thorough

shehata, A. S., A. A. abdalla, A. E., and E. -sayed E., Integrated pestmangement on Strawberry, , giza, caio, 2003.
d’Aquino, M., C. Serpico, C. Visone, and A. Adly, Modelli matematici di isteresi basati su una nuova classe di isteroni Play, , Submitted. Abstract
saidsenosy, "التنوع المعجمي في تعبير القرءان عن خمر الجنة - دراسة بلاغية", مجلة كلية دار العلوم جامعة القاهرة, issue إصدار خاص, pp. 63, 2016.
abd elaziz, M., M. Nassar, M. Abdallah, M. Nafie, M. Khairy, Y. Fahmy, A. Shalash, and F. Digham, "Interference mitigation using multi-{BS} precoding with UL sounding", IEEE C80216m-09\_1072r3, 2009. Abstract


mohsensobhy, "Purification of glucoamylase", Egyption J., . of Microbiology, vol. 12, pp. 89-99, 1977. Abstract
el-Khatib, A. S., A. M. Moustafa, A. A. Abd El-Aziz, O. A. Al-Shabanah, and H. A. El-Kashef, "Ginkgo biloba extract (EGb 761) modulates bleomycin-induced acute lung injury in rats.", Tumori, vol. 87, issue 6, pp. 417-22, 2001 Nov-Dec. Abstract

The effect of Ginkgo biloba extract (EGb 761) on bleomycin (BLM)-induced acute lung injury was studied in rats. The responsiveness of isolated pulmonary arterial rings to 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) as well as the levels of some relevant biochemical markers in the lung tissue were taken as evidence for the acute lung injury. BLM was given intraperitoneally at a dose of 15 mg/kg/day for five consecutive days. It was found that BLM treatment attenuated the vasoconstrictor effect of 5-HT on the isolated pulmonary arteries. In lung tissues BLM also elevated the level of lipid peroxides and enhanced the activity of glutathione peroxidase. On the other hand, the level of glutathione and the activity of alkaline phosphatase were reduced. Body weight, lung weight and tissue glutathione-S-transferase activity were, however, not altered. Oral administration of EGb 761 at a dose of 100 mg/kg/day for five consecutive days did not alter any of the chosen biochemical parameters in the lung tissue except for a slight reduction in alkaline phosphatase activity. However, treatment with EGb 761 reduced the responsiveness of the pulmonary artery to 5-HT. Administration of EGb 761 (100 mg/kg/day; po) two hours prior to BLM (15 mg/kg/day; ip), for five consecutive days blunted the occurrence of further reduction in the vasoconstrictor response of the pulmonary artery to 5-HT. Furthermore, EGb 761 tended to normalize BLM-induced alterations in the measured biochemical markers in the lung tissue. The apparent modulatory influence of EGb 761 on BLM-induced acute lung injury stems, at least in part, from its beneficial free radical scavenging properties that provide the extract with antioxidant activity.

el-Magied, M. A. M., E. H. M. Shimi, and N. M. El$\neg$, "Potato peel as a source of dietary fiber in biscuits", Bull. Fac. of Agric., Univ. of Cairo., vol. 36, no. 2, 1985. Abstract
el-Habashi, A. H., S. M. Freeman, B. el-Morsi, M. El-Didi, A. Martin, and A. J. Marrogi, "DNA ploidy and proliferating cell nuclear antigen image analysis of peritoneal and pleural effusions. A possible diagnostic role.", Acta cytologica, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 636-48, 1997 May-Jun. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To determine the role of DNA and proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) image analysis (IA) in enhancing the diagnostic sensitivity of conventional cytology (CC).

STUDY DESIGN: The histopathologic and clinical data on 87 consecutive pleural and peritoneal effusions were used to evaluate the accuracy of CC and DNA IA results.

RESULTS: CC showed a sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value (PPV) and negative predictive value (NPV) of 65%, 100%, 100% and 62%, respectively. Aneuploidy peaks were seen in 49 cases; 47 of them were true positives. Thirty of 38 diploid cases were true negatives. The sensitivity, specificity, PPV and NPV were 85%, 94%, 96% and 80%, respectively. There were positive correlations between DNA ploidy profile and PCNA proliferative index (PI), (R = .697) and significant differences in PCNA PI between malignant and benign effusions (P < .001).

CONCLUSION: The DNA IA PI by PCNA can be used as a complementary diagnostic tool with CC in cytologically inconclusive cases.

mohsensobhy, "Production of glucose by direct enzyme hydrolysis of cereals and tubers", Egyptia.n J . of food science, vol. 6, pp. 1-2, 1978. Abstract
mohamedseham, K., A. yasmin El-Fouly, and M. manal El-Deeb, "impact of designed self care program on selected outcomes among patients undergoing hemodialysis", international journal of research in applied, natural and social sciences, vol. 4, issue 5, pp. 73-89, 2016. 2-14-1463828804-10.appled--impact_of_a_designed_self-care_program_on_selected_outcomes_among_patients_undergoing_hemodialysis_3.pdf
zeinab safarw lotfi, "Screening Epidemiological Study: Blood lead levels in the vicinity of a lead smelter", The Air Pollution 2006 International Conference: Wessex Institute of Technology, 2006. Abstract
el-Din, H. M., M. A. Attia, M. R. Hamza, H. M. Khaled, M. A. Thoraya, and S. A. Eisa, "Hepatitis C Virus and related changes in immunological parameters in non Hodgkin's lymphoma patients.", Egypt J Immunol, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 55-64, 2004. AbstractWebsite

{Viral hepatitis is a common and important problem in immunocompromised cancer patients. The present study was conducted to investigate changes in some cellular and humoral immunological parameters as a consequence of HCV infection in non Hodgkin's lymphoma patients (NHL). The study included 40 NHL patients: 20 anti-HCV antibody positive (Gr. I ), and 20 anti-HCV antibody negative (Gr.II ). In addition, forty non-cancer controls (NCCs) were included: 20 of them were anti-HCV antibody positive (Gr. III) and 20 anti-HCV antibody negative (Gr. IV). The studied immunological parameters included serum levels of interleukin-1 (IL-1), interleukin-2 (IL-2), interleukin-6 (IL-6), and soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors (s-TNFr) measured by ELISA, as well as assessment of T and B lymphocyte subsets by PAP immunostaining method. Mean IL-1 level (pg/ml) was significantly higher in Gr. 1 (14 +/- 6) and Gr. III (20 +/- 12) as compared to those in Gr. II (7 +/- 5) and Gr. IV (9 +/- 6). Mean IL-2 level (pg/ml) was also significantly higher in Gr. I (132 +/- 101) and Gr. III (135 +/- 59) compared to those in Gr. II (36 +/- 29) and Gr. IV (31 +/- 48). On the other hand, level of IL-6 showed no significant difference between groups. The mean level of sTNF-r, (ng/ml) was only significantly higher in Gr. I (2.9 +/- 1.7) when compared to that in Gr. IV (1.9 +/- 2.2). In group IV, the average percentage of CD3 (70 +/- 4%) and CD4 (44 +/- 5%) were significantly higher than in those of Gr. I (CD3 = 51 +/- 11%

mohamedamal, Y. Saad, D. Saleh, R. Elawady, R. E. Etreby, A. Khairalla, and E. Badr, "Can Serum ICAM 1 distinguish pancreatic cancer from chronic pancreatitis?", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP, vol. 17, issue 10, pp. 4671-4675, 2016 10 01. Abstractserum_icam.pdf

Background and aim: Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide, with an overall 5-year survival of <5% mainly due to presence of advanced disease at time of diagnosis. Therefore development of valid biomarkers to diagnose pancreatic cancer in early stages is an urgent need. This study concerned the sensitivity and specificity of serum ICAM 1 versus CA 19-9 in differentiation between pancreatic cancer and healthy subjects and acohort of patients with chronic pancreatitis with a focus on assessing validity in diagnosis of early stages of pancreatic cancer. Methods: A cohort of 50 patients with histologically diagnosed pancreatic tumors, 27 patients with chronic pancreatitis, and 35 healthy controls were enrolled. Serum samples for measurement of CA19-9 and I-CAM 1 were obtained from all groups and analyzed for significance regarding diagnosis and disease stage. Results: At a cut off value of (878.5 u/ml) I-CAM 1 had 82% and 82.26% sensitivity and specificity for differentiation between cancer and non-cancer cases, with higher sensitivity and specificity than CA19-9 at different cut offs (CA19-9 sensitivity and specificity ranged from 64-80% and 56.4 – 61.2% respectively). The AUC was 0.851 for I-CAM and 0.754 for CA19-9. Neither of the markers demonstrated significance for distinguishing between early and late cancer stages. Conclusion: ICAM 1 is a useful marker in differentiation between malignant and benign pancreatic conditions, and superior to CA19-9 in this regard. However, neither of the markers can be recommended for use in differentiation between early and late stage pancreatic cancers.

mohamedseham, K., A. yasmin El-Fouly, and M. manal El-Deeb, "impact of designed self care program on selected outcomes among patients undergoing hemodialysis", international journal of research in applied, natural and social sciences, vol. 4, issue 5, pp. 73-89, 2016. 2-14-1463828804-10.appled--impact_of_a_designed_self-care_program_on_selected_outcomes_among_patients_undergoing_hemodialysis_3.pdf
el-Magied, M. A. M., E. M. Hassan, and M. A. T. El-Akel, "High protein cookies made with pigeon pea and sorghum blends", J. Agric. Res. & Dev.,(March)., vol. 13, no. I, 1991. Abstract
elShazly, M., and M. Attia, "transnasal endoscopic repair of anterior skull base fistulas", medical journal of cairo unversity, vol. 76, issue 1, pp. 147-152, 2008.
el-Mawla, N. G., M. N. el-Bolkainy, and H. M. Khaled, "Bladder cancer in Africa: update.", Seminars in oncology, vol. 28, issue 2, pp. 174-8, 2001 Apr. Abstract

Carcinoma of the bladder is the most prevalent cancer in Egypt and in most African countries. At the National Cancer Institute (NCI), Cairo, it constitutes 30.3% of all cancers. The median age at diagnosis is 46 years, with a male preponderance of 5:1. Whether in Egypt or other African countries such as Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Gold Coast, and Senegal, it is mostly of the squamous cell type, and arises in a background of schistosomiasis or bilharziasis. Tumors are usually advanced at the time of presentation. Bladder carcinogenesis is probably related to bacterial and human papilloma virus (HPV) infections, usually associated with bilharzial infestation. Management is mainly surgery, with 5-year survival rates after radical cystectomy increasing from 35% in the 1970s to 48% in the 1990s. The addition of adjuvant and neoadjuvant radiotherapy and chemotherapy to surgery since 1976 significantly improved both disease-free and overall survival rates. Molecular genetic studies concerning potential prognostic markers, tumorigenesis, and tumor progression in bilharzial bladder cancer are limited. However, a comprehensive detailed analysis of these factors is underway. Bilharzial bladder cancer is a preventable malignant disease. Primary prevention could be possible if the parasite is eliminated nationwide. Chemoprevention using retinoids or cyclooxygenase 2 (COX-2) inhibitors is a possible alternative. Semin Oncol 28:174-178.

labib zsafarm, "Challenges Associated with Relocating /Upgrading Lead Smelters in Egypt", 94th Annual Air & Waste Management Conference: AWMA conference, 2001. Abstract
el-Feel, A., M. A. Abdel-Hakim, H. Abouel-Fettouh, and A. M. Abdel-Hakim, "Laparoscopic augmentation ileocystoplasty: results and outcome.", European urology, vol. 55, issue 3, pp. 721-7, 2009 Mar. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Routine use of laparoscopic augmentation ileocystoplasty has not yet been established.

OBJECTIVES: To assess the outcome of laparoscopic augmentation ileocystoplasty.

DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS: Twenty-three patients underwent laparoscopic augmentation ileocystoplasty for hypocompliant bladder.

INTERVENTION: Bladder dissection and reconstruction of the ileovesical anastomosis were performed laparoscopically, whereas the ileal pouch was prepared extracorporeally through a small 3- to 4-cm muscle-splitting incision.

MEASUREMENTS: Patient data, operative details, and follow-up were recorded. Urodynamic evaluation was performed preoperatively and after 12 mo, taking the bladder capacity and the maximum detrusor pressure as a measure for the outcome of the procedure.

RESULTS AND LIMITATIONS: All cases were completed laparoscopically, with a mean operative time 202 min; mean hospital stay 5 d, and mean urethral catheter duration 11 d. After 12 mo, the estimated bladder volume increased from a mean 111 ml to 788 ml (p<0.01), whereas the maximum detrusor pressure dropped from a mean 92 cm H(2)O to 15 cm H(2)O (p<0.01). During a mean follow-up of 39 mo, two long-term complications have been reported: bladder stone and spontaneous rupture of the augmented bladder due to neglected clean intermittent self-catheterization.

CONCLUSIONS: Laparoscopic augmentation ileocystoplasty is a safe procedure, technically feasible and with favourable urodynamic outcome.