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Tadros, S. H., H. H. Eid, C. G. Michel, and A. A. Sleem, "“Phytochemical and Biological Study of Quisqualis Indica L. Grown in Egypt”.", Egyptian Journal of Biomedical Sciences. , vol. 15, pp. 414-434, 2004.
Tadros, W., M. Saadeldin, and S. A. Hassan, "Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of SolarHeating Systems at Specified Output Conditions of Hot Water", Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 2011. Abstract

The theoretical analysis discussed in this work is a suitable mathematical tool by which theperformance of the proposed collector can be predicted. The obtained experimental results coincide withthe obtained theoretical data obtained from the devised computer program. Controlled output temperaturecan be obtained from the proposed system. The performance of the tested collector under the proposed intermittent flow conditions overcomes that of the conventional thermosyphone flow collector.

Tadros, M. I., and R. H. Fahmy, "Controlled-release triple anti-inflammatory therapy based on novel gastroretentive sponges: Characterization and magnetic resonance imaging in healthy volunteers.", International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol. 472, issue 1-2, pp. 27-39, 2014.
Tadros, S. J., D. H. Mohamed, M. M. S.Ahmed, and Y. H. A. Hussein, "Effect of Adipose-derived stem cells versus clomiphen on treatment of experimental polycystic ovary in rats: Histological and Immunohistochemical study", egyptian journal of histology, vol. 41 , issue 4, pp. 373-385, 2018.
Tadross, R. A., A. M. Badawi, M. R. Mahfouz, R. L. Jantz, and C. M. Blair, "Sex determination from fingerprint", Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference Dec. 2006 (CIBEC06): IEEE, 2006. Abstract
Tadross, R., M. R. Mahfouz, B. Caldwell, A. Badawi, Jantz, and R., "Gender Classification from Fingerprint Using White Lines and Ridge Density", Annual Meeting of Biomedical Engineering Society, Hartford, CT, 2011: Biomedical Engineering Society, 2011. Abstract
Tadrous, J., and M. Nafie, "On the achievable rates of a secondary link coexisting with a primary multiple access network", EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, vol. 2014, no. 1: Springer International Publishing, pp. 1–24, 2014. Abstract
Taema, K. M., and A. N. Moharram, "Long Term Clinical Follow-up of Carbon Coated Stents: Comparative Study with Bare-Metal Stents", Med j Cairo Univ., vol. 82, issue 1, pp. 1-8, 2014.
Taema, M., N. A. Nabi, S. A. Ibrahim, H. A. Kamal, and A. 'a Emara, "Assessment of anterior positioning splint in conjunction with lateral pterygoid BTX injection to treat TMJ disc displacement with reduction - a preliminary report.", Maxillofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery, vol. 43, issue 1, pp. 33, 2021. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: Treatment of temporomandibular disc displacement with reduction is controversial. This study assesses the use of an anterior positioning splint with botulinum toxin in the lateral pterygoid muscle (BTX) for such cases.

METHODS: Twelve joints were included; groups I and II received BTX injection while group II also received an anterior positioning splint. Pain scores and clicking status were recorded at regular intervals then a postoperative MRI was done after 4 months.

RESULTS: Clinical improvement was noted in both groups. Mean pain scores dropped significantly and clicks in the twelve joints disappeared in 83% of group I and 33% of group II. MRIs showed significant disc position improvement with the higher mean change (1.33 ± 0.76) in group I. Group I showed better improvement of discal position and only one joint regained a click. Patients of group II reported discomfort from the splint which may have caused psychological distress and so worst pain scores.

CONCLUSIONS: Group I  showed slightly better results but the cost of BTX injections and the complications of the splint should be kept in mind and the decision of treatment selection made according to each condition.

Taema, K. M., and E. El-kholy, "C-Reactive Protein: A Potential Biomarker for Length of Stay Prediction in Critically Ill Patients", Med J Cairo Univ., vol. 82, issue 2, pp. 69-75, 2014.
Tafik, W., "A method for controlling the bandwidth of high-energy, few-optical-cycle laser pulses tunable from the visible to the near-infrared", Ukrainian journal of physical optics, no. 16,№ 4: Institute of physical optics, pp. 147–158, 2015. Abstract
Tafik, W., "A method for controlling the bandwidth of high-energy, few-optical-cycle laser pulses tunable from the visible to the near-infrared", Ukrainian journal of physical optics, issue 16,№ 4: Institute of physical optics, pp. 147-158, 2015. Abstract
tag, "The TH17/Treg imbalance in Rheumatoid Arthritis and Relation to Disease Activitu", J Clin Cell Immunology, vol. 6, issue, 2015.
Tag ElDein, M. A., A. S. Yassin, O. El-Tayeb, and M. O. N. A. T. KASHEF, "Chlorhexidine leads to the evolution of antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa", European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, vol. 40, issue 11: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 2349-2361, 2021. Abstract
Tageldin, H., and et al, "Quantifying resistance to sliding in orthodontics: A systematic review (Prof. Emad Daif was a peer reviewer for this article).", British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, In Press.
Tageldin, R. A., A. Zayed, E. M. Abd-EI-Samie, H. I. Mahmoud, and A. B. Zayed, "Pyrethroid Resistance Monitoring in Culex pipiens Mosquito Populations from Three Egyptian Governorates", J. Nucl. Tech. Appl. Sci., Vol. 6, No. 3, PP. 133 : 141, 2018. Abstract
Tageldin1, R., A. Zayed, E. Abd-EI-Samie, H. Mahmoud, and undefined, "Pyrethroid Resistance Monitoring in Culex pipiens Mosquito Populations from Three Egyptian Governorates.", J. Nucl. Tech. Appl. Sci, vol. 6, issue 3, 2018.
TAGEY, G. A. M. A. L. A. H. M. E. D. E. L., "Alimentary Tract Duplication In Children", Kasr-El Aini journal of Surgery, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. July 2002, 2002.
Taghian, H. T., W. M. Abd-Elhameed, G. M. Moatimid, and Y. H. Youssri, "Shifted Gegenbauer-Galerkin algorithm for hyperbolic telegraph type equation", International Journal of Modern Physics C, vol. 32, no. 9, 2021. AbstractWebsite
Taghreed, M., E. E. - D. Nashwa, A. Ammar, M. Azza, A. Orabi, and A. Samir, "Antibacterial activity of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) against significant fish pathogens", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. 145-147, 2015.
Taha, M., E. Shokir, A. Attia, A. Yahia, and K. Mansour, Enhancing Hydrocarbon Production Through Thermal Gas Injection from a Retrograde as Condensate Reservoir in the Western Desert in Egypt, , Dubai, UAE, September 2021, SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, SPE-206190-MS, 2021/09/15. Abstract

In retrograde gas condensate reservoirs, condensate blockage is a major reservoir damage problem, where liquid is dropped-out of natural gas, below dew-point pressure. Despite that most of this liquid will not produce due to not reaching the critical saturation, natural gas will be blocked by the accumulated liquid and will also not produce.This work investigates the effects of gas injection (such as methane, carbon-dioxide, and nitrogen) and steam at high temperatures on one of the Egyptian retrograde gas condensate reservoirs. Several gas injection scenarios that comprise different combination of gas injection temperature, enthalpy, injection gas types (CO2, N2, and CH4), and injection-rates were carried out.
The results indicated that all conventional and thermal gas injection scenarios do not increase the cumulative gas production more than the depletion case. The non-thermal gas injection scenarios increased the cumulative condensate production by 8.6%. However, thermal CO2 injection increased the condensate production cumulative by 28.9%.
It was observed that thermal gas injection does not vaporize condensate It was observed that thermal gas injection does not vaporize condensate more than conventional injection that have the same reservoir pressure trend. However, thermal injection mainly improves the condensate mobility. Appropriately, thermal injection in retrograde reservoirs, is mostly applicable for depleted reservoirs when the largest amount of non-producible liquid is already dropped out. Finally, this research studied executing thermal gas injection in retrograde gas condensate reservoirs, operationally, by considering the following items: carbon dioxide recovery unit, compressors, storage-tanks, anti-corrosion pipe-lines and tubing-strings, and corrosion-inhibitors along with downhole gas heaters.