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reda kamelelgohari m elgohari, khaled anbarhani elgamal, tark kandil, M. Attia, and hatem badran, "cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhoea: classification and guide lines for endoscopic repair", panarab journal of rhinology, vol. 1, issue 1, pp. 1-8, 2011.
farok safwatrasha farok safwat, sherif farok safwat, M. Attia, hossam el desouky, and hossam elbosrtay, "the combined effect of endoscopic laser surgery and mitomycin c on tumor contrrol and vocal outcome in early stage glottic cancer", medical journal of cairo university, vol. 76, issue 2, pp. 265-270, 2008.
abd elaziz, M., M. Ali, S. yassin, and A. S. raafat and rashad, "Study on the effects of some probiotics on the performance, clinicopathological and histopathological changes of Oreochromis niloticus", Veterinary Medical Journal, vol. 55, no.3 , pp. 879-897, 2007. Abstract

The presen study was carried out to evaluate the use of some probiotics on the growth rate of tilapia fishes and to determine its effect on some hematological and histopathological parameters. Two different commercial probiotics which includes biogen and moreyeast were evaluated for 8weeks. In the experiment, fifty Oreochromis niloticus fishes were classified to 3 groups,Group (1): consisted of 20 fishes which fed diet supplemented by biogen at a dose of 2 kg/ton diet. Group (2): consisted of 20 fishes which fed diet supplemented by moreyeast at a dose of 5 kg/ton diet and Group (3): was control group which consisted of 10 fishes fed diet without probiotics. At the end of the experimental period both biogen and moreyeast administrated groups revealed a significant increase in the body weight gain (W.G.). The results showed significant increase in the values of RBCs, PCV and Hb throughout the experimental period except group 1 (received biogen) at the 6th week of experiment comparing to control group. Fish group received moreyeast (Group 2) had the pronounced effect than group 1. Assessment of leukogram revealed significant leukocytosis allover the experimental period in different groups except during the 2nd week in group 2 (received moreyeast) and at the 6th week in both probiotic administrated groups comparing to control group. Fish group received biogen had pronounced effect comparing to moreyeast administrated group. differential leukocytic picture was recorded. Histopathological examination revealed The biogen and moreyeast administerd groups showed marked activation of the melano-macrophage centers which is a component of reticuloendothelial system and hence part of the defensive system of fish indicating immunoenhancment. the study concluded that: The examined probiotic were safe for the Oreochromis niloticus fish.

labib zsafarm, "Challenges Associated with Relocating /Upgrading Lead Smelters in Egypt", 94th Annual Air & Waste Management Conference: AWMA conference, 2001. Abstract
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shehata, A. S., A. A. abdalla, A. E., and E. -sayed E., Integrated pestmangement on Strawberry, , giza, caio, 2003.
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.

zeinab safar, S. A., "“A Variational Solution of the 120-degree Partial Journal Bearing", Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science ., vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 221–223, 1972. Abstract
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labib zsafarm, "Lead Emissions Inventory in the Greater Cairo area During the Life Time of CAIP", air and waste management conference, 2006. Abstract
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labib zsafarm, "Lead Emissions Inventory in the Greater Cairo area During the Life Time of CAIP", air and waste management conference: 2003, 2003. Abstract
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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.
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
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d’Aquino, M., C. Serpico, C. Visone, and A. Adly, Modelli matematici di isteresi basati su una nuova classe di isteroni Play, , Submitted. Abstract
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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%

labib zsafarm, "Remediation Plan for the Largest Lead Smelter in Egypt", air and waste management conference, 2007. Abstract
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elShazly, M., M. Attia, and amr safwat, "endoscopic transsphenoid approach to pituitary tumors Kasr el eini cairo university hospital experience", medical journal of cairo university, vol. 76, issue 2, pp. 77-83, 2008.
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%

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.

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

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