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Dakhly, D. M. R., G. A. F. Abdel Moety, waleed saber, S. H. Gad Allah, A. T. Hashem, and L. O. E. Abdel Salam, "Accuracy of Hysteroscopic Endomyometrial Biopsy in Diagnosis of Adenomyosis.", Journal of minimally invasive gynecology, vol. 23, issue 3, pp. 364-71, 2016. Abstract

OBJECTIVES: To investigate the diagnostic accuracy of endomyometrial biopsy obtained via office hysteroscopy for the diagnosis of adenomyosis.

STUDY DESIGN: Cross-sectional study.

SETTING: Cairo University Teaching Hospital, Cairo, Egypt.

PATIENTS: A total of 404 premenopausal women with symptoms clinically suggestive of having adenomyosis.

INTERVENTIONS: All patients were subjected to 2-dimensional transvaginal sonography (TVS) in-office hysteroscopy examination with endomyometrial biopsy. Patients who subsequently underwent hysterectomy were included in the final analysis.

MAIN MEASUREMENTS AND RESULTS: Accuracy of diagnostic modalities was represented using the terms sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value, and overall accuracy. A total of 292 patients were eligible for final analysis. Of these, 162 (55.47%) were diagnosed with adenomyosis based on hysterectomy specimens. TVS had a high sensitivity (83.95%) and a moderate specificity (60%). In contrast, endomyometrial biopsy was more specific (78.46%) than sensitive (54.32%). Hysteroscopic appearance of the endometrial cavity had low sensitivity (40.74%) and specificity (44.62%). Adding endomyometrial biopsy to TVS improved specificity (89.23%).

CONCLUSION: Endomyometrial biopsy obtained via office hysteroscopy can diagnose adenomyosis with a high specificity and is recommended after TVS.

Dakhly, D. M., Y. A. Bayoumi, M. Sharkawy, S. H. Gad Allah, M. A. Hassan, H. M. Gouda, A. T. Hashem, D. L. Hatem, and M. F. Ahmed, "Intralipid supplementation in women with recurrent spontaneous abortion and elevated levels of natural killer cells.", Int J Gynaecol Obstet, vol. 135, issue 3, pp. 324- 327, 2016. ijgo324.pdf
Dakhly, D. M. R., and Y. A. bassiouny, "Ultrasound-guided intrauterine device insertion: a step closer to painless insertion: a randomized controlled trial", The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, vol. 22, issue 5, pp. 349-353, 2017.
Dakhly, D. M. R., G. A. A. F. Moety, waleed saber, S. G. H. Allah, A. T. Hashem, and L. A. O. E. Salam, "Accuracy of Hysteroscopic Endomyometrial Biopsy in Diagnosis of Adenomyosis", The Journal Of Minimally Invasive Gynecology, vol. 23, issue 3, pp. 364-371, 2016. adenomyosis.pdf
DAKRORY, A. I., and A. - W. A. El-Ghareeb, "The innervation of the olfactory apparatus of the spiny dog fish Squalus acanthias L.", Egypt. J. Zool., vol. 41, pp. 15-28, 2003.
Dakrory, A. I., and A. K. Hussei, "Anatomical Studies on The Cranial Nerves of Mugil cephalus (Family : Mugilidae) Nervus Vagus", Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, vol. 5(12), pp. 60-74, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

Through the jugular foramen.The intracranial dorsal vagal ramus arises from the vagal root and enters its own ganglion. It anastomoses with the posterior lateral line nerve.The vagus nerve divides into three branchial trunks and a truncus visceralis.Each branchial vagal trunk has an epibranchial ganglion. Distal to the ganglion each trunk branches into rami pharyngeus, anterior and posterior pretrematic and a posttrematic. The first branchial vagal trunk anastomoses with the vagal sympathetic ganglion.The nervus vagus carries general somatic sensory fibres to the skin, general viscerosensory fibres to the pharyngeal epithelium, special viscerosensory fibres to the gill rackers and the taste buds and visceromotor fibres to the levators and the adductor arcuales branchiales and the obliquus ventrales muscles of the second, third and fourth holobranchs and transversus dorsalis and ventralis muscles.In addition it also carries vegetative fibres (parasympathetic) for the blood vessels and the muscles of the gill filaments.

DAKRORY, A. I., and T. G. Abdel-Kader, "Comparative anatomical study on the ciliary ganglion of birds", Aust. J. Basic & Appl. Sci, vol. 5, issue 12, pp. 37-48, 2011.
Dakrory, A. I., and A. Z. Issa, "Nervi Terminalis, Vomeronasalis and Olfactorius of Uromastyx aegyptius (Squamata ", Life Science Journal, 2011. Abstract

The present work was aimed to study the anterior cranial nerves which innervate the olfactory apparatusof Uromastyx aegyptius. The olfactory apparatus of Uromastyx aegyptius includes the main olfactory organ and the vomeronasal organ or organ of Jacobson. The main olfactory organ is innervated by the olfactory nerve which arises from the sensory olfactory epithelium and leaves the capsular cavity through a separate foramen, i.e., there is no foramen olfactorium advehens. The vomeronasal organ is innervated by two nerves: the terminal and the vomeronasal nerves. They arise from the sensory epithelium in combination. The terminal nerve carries a terminal ganglion. The nervi terminalis and vomeronasalis combined together as one separate nerve which leaves the cavity of the nasal capsule together with few bundles of the olfactory nerves through a special foramen. The nervi terminalis, vomeronasalis and olfactorius enter the cranial cavity through a large foramen olfactorium evehens and they connect separately the anterior part of the brain. The vomeronasal nerve enters the accessory olfactory bulb (vomeronasal formation) of the fore brain. The nervus olfactorius enters the main olfactory bulb whereas the terminal nerve connects the anterior end of the olfactory lobe. The olfactory bulb has a long olfactory peduncle. The three nerves carry pure special somatic sensory fibres.

Dakrory, A. I., M. A. S. Harbi, and A. S. Mohamed, "Antioxidant role of Holothuria atra extract against nephrotoxicity induced by 7, 12-dimethylbenz (a) anthracene in male albino rats", International Journal of Advanced Research, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 275-287, 2015. dmba22015.pdf
DAKRORY, A. I., M. S. GABRY, T. G. Abdel-Kader, and S. F. E. Mattar, "Anatomical Studies on the Cranial Nerves of Fully Formed Embryonic Stage of Gambusia affinis affinis (Baird & Girard, 1853) I. The eye muscle nerves and ciliary ganglion", Journal of American Science, vol. 8, issue 12, pp. 230 -242, 2012.
DAKRORY, A. I., and R. S. Ali, "Comparative anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of Tilapia zillii (Gervais, 1848). The nervus facialis", J. Zool, vol. 45, pp. 179-199, 2005.
Dakrory, A. I., S. R. Fahmy, A. M. Soliman, A. S.Mohamed, and S. A. M. Amer, "Protective and Curative Effects of the Sea Cucumber Holothuria atra Extract against DMBA-Induced Hepatorenal Diseases in Rats", BioMed Research International, vol. In Press, 2014. 2014_6.pdf
DAKRORY, A. I., T. G. Abdel-Kader, and S. F. E. Mattar, "Anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of fully formed embryonic stage of Gambusia affinis affinis (Baird & Girard, 1853). II. Nervus glossopharyngeus", International J.Adv. Res, vol. 2, issue 8, pp. 728-736, 2014.
DAKRORY, A. I., T. G. Abdel-Kader, and R. S. Ali, "The Innervation of the Head Region of Uromastyx aegyptia (Agamidae, Lacertilia, Squamata) I-The Eye-muscle Nerves and Ciliary Ganglion", Jokull Journal, vol. 67, issue 9, pp. 2-21, 2017.
DAKRORY, A. I., I. Y. Abdel-Kader, and R. S. Ali, "Comparative anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of Tilapia zillii ", J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., vol. 49, issue B, pp. 19-44 , 2006.
Dakrory, A. I., H. M. Ali, R. S. Ali, M. M. S, and M. Hassan, "Eye-muscle nerves and ciliary ganglionof Garra tibanica Trewavas, 1941, (Osteichthyes-Cyprinidae) from Sayasid-Taif-KSA.", Jokull Journal, vol. 68, issue 2, pp. 193-216, 2018.
DAKRORY, A. I., "Comparative anatomical study on the ciliarly ganglion of lizards (Reptilia – Squamata – Lacertilia). ", Aust. J. Basic & Appl. Sci., , vol. 3, issue 3, pp. 2064-2077, 2009.
Dakrory, A. I., S. R. Fahmy, A. M. Soliman, A. S. Mohamed, and S. A. M. Amer, "Protective and Curative Effects of the Sea Cucumber Holothuria atra Extract against DMBA-Induced Hepatorenal Diseases in Rats", BioMed Research International, vol. 2015, pp. 11 pages, 2015.
DAKRORY, A. I., A. M. El- Shershaby, A. A. Shamakh, and F. K. Taha, "Anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of Hypophthalmichthys molytrix (Osteichthyes: Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae). 1- The eye -muscle nerves and ciliary ganglion", J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., vol. 61, issue B, pp. 87-105, 2010.
Dakrory, A. I., and A. E. - D. Shamakh, "The Ethmoidal Ganglion and its Anatomical Relations in Lacertilia (Squamata: Reptilia)", Journal of American Science, 2011. Abstract

The ethmoidal ganglion of three lizards belonging to three different families is described. Suchganglion is represented by one part in both Uromastyx aegypteus (Family: Agamidae) and Varanus griseus griseus (Family: Varanidae) and by two parts in Sphenops sepsoides (Family: Lacertidae).

DAKRORY, A. I., and A. K. Hussein, "Anatomical studies on the cranial nerves of Mugil cephalus (family : Mugilidae). nervus vagus", Aust. J. Basic & Appl. Sci., vol. 5, issue 12, pp. 60-74, 2011.
DAKRORY, A. I., and A. F. El-Mahgoub, "The cranial nerves of Natrix tessellata (Ophidia : Colubridae). - The nervus trigeminus. ", J. Egypt. Ger. Soc. Zool., vol. 46, issue B, pp. 17-59, 2005.
Dakrory, A. I., "Innervation of the Olfactory Apparatus of Varanus Niloticus (Squamata", Journal of American Science, 2011. Abstract

The olfactory apparatus of Varanus niloticus niloticus includes the main olfactory organ and the vomeronasal organ or organ of Jacobson. The vomeronasal organ is innervated by two associated nerves: the terminal and the vomeronasal nerves. They arise from the sensory epithelium in combination. The terminal nerve carries a terminal ganglion. The nervi terminalis and vomeronasalis combine together as one separate nerve which leaves the cavity of the nasal capsule together with three bundles of the olfactory nerve through the fenestra olfactoria advehens.

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