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E, E., "hemifacial spasm", manual of oculoplastic surgery, swizerland, Springer, 2018. chapter_32-hemifacial_spasm.pdf
E, H., G. T, Khoweiled A, S. AE, A. D, M. R, F. H, and L. N, "Lifetime prevalence of alcohol and substance use in Egypt: a community survey.", Subst Abus., vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 97-104, 2013. Abstract

The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of substance use and addiction in Egypt and study its sociodemographic correlates.
A total of 44,000 subjects were interviewed from 8 governorates by stratified sampling. A questionnaire derived from the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) was individually administered.
The lifetime prevalence of any substance use varies between 7.25% and 14.5%. One-month prevalence varies between 5.4% and 11.5% when adjusted to different population parameters. A total of 4832 subjects were identified as using illicit substances at least once in their life (9.6%), including 1329 experimental and social use (3.3%), 1860 regular use (4.64%), and 629 substance dependence (1.6%). The prevalence of substance use in males is 13.2% and 1.1% in females. Prevalence increases significantly in males of Bedouin origin, in seaside governorates, with lesser levels of education, and in certain occupations. The 15-19 age group showed the highest onset of substance use. Cannabis is the drug mostly misused in Egypt; alcohol is a distant second.
The prevalence of substance use is lower than Western countries and higher compared with a 1996 survey. The true population prevalence is probably higher due to underreporting. The demographic pattern reflects availability and accessibility to drugs.

E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
E, B. K., W. D. W, D. S. S, S. KK, A. H, B. A, K. A. H. S, M. J, M. H. M, S. V. E, et al., "Imaging bacterial infection with 99mTc-ciprofloxacin (Infecton", Journal of Clinical Pathology , vol. 55, pp. 817-823, 2002.
moselhi E, and B. S, "Children Safety Screen Media Exposure Educational Program: Parents’ Knowledge, Attitude and Application", IOSR Journal of Nursing a nd Health Science (IOSR-JNHS), vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 61-69, 2019.
E, A., and H. H, "C-Kit (Cd117) Expression In Benign And Malignant Epithelial Salivary Gland Tumors", Egyptian Journal of Pathology, vol. 27, issue No. 1, June, 2007.
E, "Interleukin-18 promoter polymorphisms and idiopathic Parkinson disease: an Egyptian study", Acta Neurologica Belgica , issue, 2018. fahmy_et_al-2018-acta_neurologica_belgica.pdf
E, I., H. MM, G. AEM, B. MF, Z. MM, N. SA, S. HA, E. HM, M. ST, and Z. OK., "Epidemiological Study on the Impact of Vaccination Programs on Antigenic Relatedness, Genetic Characterization of Highly pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1", Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences, vol. 42, pp. 64-73, 2014.
E, F., E. - F. N, A. - K. M, M. H, N. Adam, E. G. A, E. Z, and E. S, " Multifocal visual evoked potential normative scaling in Egyptian adolescents", (Egypt J Neurol Psychiat Neurosurg , vol. 53, 2016.
E, A., W. N, and I. N, "Vimentin in cytologic aspirates of liver to differentiate between primary and secondary hepatic carcinoma", Egyptian Journal of Pathology, vol. 23 , issue No. 2, June, 2003.
E, A., and S. F, "Telepathology in emerging countries pilot project between Italy and Egypt", Diagn Pathology, vol. 2008 Jul 15, issue Jul 15;3 , pp. Suppl 1:S2, 2008.
E, E. - L., E. - S. M.A, A. - S. A, E. - H. H, and S. Y., "Seasonal Immunohistochemical Expression of Androgen Receptor (AR) in The Harderian Gland (HG) of Male Rabbit", INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH, vol. 3, issue 8, pp. 479-489, Submitted.
E, A. E. - M., A. R. Youssef, and B. AA, "What should we choose to treat cervical radiculopathy: a multimodal or individualized physical therapy program?", Physical Therapy: The future of the Treatment”: the 14th International scientific conference, Faculty of Physical Therapy, Cairo University, Egypt, 2013.
moselhi E, and B. S, "Exposure to Electronic Media: Children Diagnosed With Speech Delay", International Journal of Nursing Didactics, vol. 9, issue 2, pp. 32-39, 2019.
E, H. M., S. F. A, E. F. A, and Y. Almelegy, Effect of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field on Chronic Mechanical neck Pain, , cairo, cairo, Submitted.
moselhi E, M. F, and M. H, "Effects of Eye Cover among High Risk Neonates at Night Shift on their Distress Levels.", International Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, vol. 9, issue 6, pp. 9-17, 2019.
E, A., and A. H. K, "The value of CD 30, CD15 and CD 45 immunostaining Cocktail for Confident Detection Of Reed-Sterberg cells in Hodgkin’s disease", Egyptian Journal of Pathology, vol. 25, issue No. 2, Dec, 2005.