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Abdel Aziz, M. T., A. M. Rezq, H. M. Atta, H. Fouad, A. M. Zaahkook, H. H. Ahmed, D. Sabry, and H. M. Yehia, Molecular signalling of a novel curcumin derivative versus Tadalafil in erectile dysfunction, , 2015.
Hassanien, A. E., M. M. Fouad, A. A. Manaf, M. Zamani, R. Ahmad, and J. Kacprzyk, Multimedia Forensics and Security: Foundations, Innovations, and Applications, : Springer, 2016. Abstract
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Alexander, D. R., J. C. Bruce III, C. A. Zuhlke, B. E. Koch, J. S. Deogun, H. S. Hamza, and others, Nano-particle/quantum dot based optical diode, : Google Patents, 2011. Abstract
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Alexander, D. R., J. C. Bruce III, C. A. Zuhlke, B. E. Koch, J. S. Deogun, and H. S. Hamza, Nano-particle/quantum dot based optical diode, , 2011. Abstract
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Alexander, D. R., J. C. Bruce III, C. A. Zuhlke, B. E. Koch, J. S. Deogun, and H. S. Hamza, Nano-particle/quantum dot based optical diode, : US Patent 7,868,302, 2011. Abstract
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Hassan, N., T. Krieg, M. Zinser, K. Schröder, and N. Kröger, "An Overview of Scaffolds and Biomaterials for Skin Expansion and Soft Tissue Regeneration: Insights on Zinc and Magnesium as New Potential Key Elements", Polymers, vol. 15, issue 19, 2023. Abstract

The utilization of materials in medical implants, serving as substitutes for non-functional biological structures, supporting damaged tissues, or reinforcing active organs, holds significant importance in modern healthcare, positively impacting the quality of life for millions of individuals worldwide. However, certain implants may only be required temporarily to aid in the healing process of diseased or injured tissues and tissue expansion. Biodegradable metals, including zinc (Zn), magnesium (Mg), iron, and others, present a new paradigm in the realm of implant materials. Ongoing research focuses on developing optimized materials that meet medical standards, encompassing controllable corrosion rates, sustained mechanical stability, and favorable biocompatibility. Achieving these objectives involves refining alloy compositions and tailoring processing techniques to carefully control microstructures and mechanical properties. Among the materials under investigation, Mg- and Zn-based biodegradable materials and their alloys demonstrate the ability to provide necessary support during tissue regeneration while gradually degrading over time. Furthermore, as essential elements in the human body, Mg and Zn offer additional benefits, including promoting wound healing, facilitating cell growth, and participating in gene generation while interacting with various vital biological functions. This review provides an overview of the physiological function and significance for human health of Mg and Zn and their usage as implants in tissue regeneration using tissue scaffolds. The scaffold qualities, such as biodegradation, mechanical characteristics, and biocompatibility, are also discussed.

Taha, H., H. Z. Amer, H. El-Zomor, A. Alieldin, W. Zekri, E. ElNadi, and A. S. AlFaar, "Phthisis Bulbi: Clinical and Pathologic Findings in Retinoblastoma", Fetal and Pediatric Pathology, 2015. Abstract
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Khedr, R., M. A. Waged, M. Fathy, and W. Zekri, Predictors of Mortality in Neutropenic Enterocolitis Among Children and Young Adults with Acute Myeloid Leukemia in Low Middle Income Countries, : American Society of Hematology Washington, DC, 2018. Abstract
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Kassem, L., T. Bachelot, I. Treilleux, C. Zhang, and M. Le Romancer, The prognostic impact ofPI3K/AKT/mTORpathway aberrations on luminal breast cancer patients, : European Society for Medical Oncology, 2016. Abstract
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Khedr, R., asmaa hamouda, S. naguib, M. Khalaf, S. Fikry, A. Elsayed, H. Taha, M. Zaghloul, and I. Attia, Prognostic Value of Interim Positron Emission Tomography Among Children with Advanced Hodgkin Lymphoma in Developing Countries: Children Cancer Hospital Egypt Experience, : Am Soc Hematology, 2016. Abstract
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Khedr, R., asmaa hamouda, S. naguib, M. Khalaf, S. Fikry, A. Elsayed, H. Taha, M. Zaghloul, and I. Attia, Prognostic value of interim positron emission tomography among children with advanced Hodgkin lymphoma in developing countries: Children Cancer Hospital Egypt experience, : American Society of Hematology Washington, DC, 2016. Abstract
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Nazemi, A., M. R. Ahmadi, A. L. I. Tamer, B. Zhang, M. Abdul-Latif, N. Kocaman, and A. Momtaz, Quasi-digital receiver for high speed SER-DES, , 2015. Abstract
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ZIDAN, M., H. Omran, A. RADWAN, K. SALAMA, and others, A REACTANCE-LESS OSCILLATOR, , 2013. Abstract
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Zidan, M. A., H. Omran, A. G. Radwan, and K. N. Salama, REACTANCE-LESS OSCILLATOR, , 2015. Abstract
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Zidan, M. A., H. Omran, A. G. Radwan, and K. N. Salama, Reactance-less oscillator, , 2016. Abstract
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Zidan, M. A., H. Omran, A. G. Radwan, and K. N. Salama, Reactance-less oscillator, , 2016. Abstract
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Chakraborty, M., A. - E. Hassanien, D. Slezak, and W. Zhu, Rough Sets, Fuzzy Sets, Data Mining and Granular Computing, : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2009. Abstract
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Chakraborty, M., A. - E. Hassanien, D. Slezak, and W. Zhu, Rough Sets, Fuzzy Sets, Data Mining and Granular Computing, : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2009. Abstract
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Abdallah, M. E. I., E. M. Eltoukhi, A. R. Awadein, and R. H. Zedan, Superior Rectus Transposition With Medial Rectus Recession Versus Medial Rectus Recession in Esotropic Duane Retraction Syndrome., , 2020. Abstract

PURPOSE: To compare the results of augmented superior rectus transposition (with or without medial rectus recession) with simple medial rectus recession in the treatment of patients with esotropic Duane retraction syndrome.

METHODS: This was a prospective, randomized, and interventional comparative study of 20 patients with esotropic type 1 Duane retraction syndrome. Patients were randomly divided into two groups. In the first group (superior rectus transposition group), superior rectus transposition with or without medial rectus recession was performed. In the second group (non-superior rectus transposition group), unilateral medial rectus recession was performed.

RESULTS: Each group included 10 patients. Esotropia improved from 20.4 prism diopters (PD) preoperatively to 0.6 PD postoperatively in the superior rectus transposition group and from 22.5 PD preoperatively to 0.9 PD postoperatively in the non-superior rectus transposition group. Face turn improved from 11.5° preoperatively to 0.5° postoperatively in the superior rectus transposition group and from 12° preoperatively to 1.5° postoperatively in the non-superior rectus transposition group. Abduction improved in the superior rectus transposition group from -3.9 preoperatively to -3.1 postoperatively and from -3.9 preoperatively to -3.6 postoperatively in the non-superior rectus transposition group. Vertical deviation developed in two cases in the superior rectus transposition group.

CONCLUSIONS: Both superior rectus transposition and medial rectus recession are effective in the elimination of esotropia and face turn in patients with esotropic Duane retraction syndrome. Superior rectus transposition is more effective in improving abduction, but it can be complicated by vertical deviation. [J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2020;57(5):309-318.].

Khedr, R., asmaa hamouda, M. Zaghloul, H. Taha, A. Elsayed, M. Khalaf, E. Mohamed, and I. Attia, Survival of Pediatric Advanced Stage Hodgkin Lymphoma Treated in Developing Countries; Does Radiotherapy Impacts Survival?, : Am Soc Hematology, 2017. Abstract
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