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Mansour, A. A., O. A. Mahgoub, A. M. Zaki, and E. E. Abu-Elzahab, "Analysis and Simulation of Solid-State Var Compensator Using VSI Self-Controlled DC Bus ", Fourth Middle East Power Systems Conference, MEPCON-96, 1996. Abstract
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Haris, P. I., and D. Chapman, "Analysis of polypeptide and protein structures using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy", Microscopy, Optical Spectroscopy, and Macroscopic Techniques: Humana Press, pp. 183-202, 1994. Abstract
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Afifi, R. Y., "and biomedical research ethics in the 21 st. century", Islam in the 21 st. century : Nova Science publisher, Inc, 2009.
mostafa Goma, H., "Anesthetic Considerations of Brain Tumor Surgery", Diagnostic evaluation and imaging techniques: InTech Europe, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF

Mortality risk for elective brain tumor surgery surgery,

mostafa, H., "Anesthetic Considerations of Brain Tumor Surgery", DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF BRAIN TUMORS, Janeza Trdine 9, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia, Published by InTech Janeza Trdine 9, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia, 2011. intech-anesthetic_considerations_of_brain_tumor_surgery.pdf
El-Abd, E. A., A. S. Sultan, E. A. Shalaby, and F. Matalkah, "Animal Models of Breast Cancer", Omics Approaches in Breast Cancer: Springer, pp. 297–314, 2014. Abstract
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Calabro, L., C. Lutton, A. F. Seifeldin, G. R. Richards, and F. T. Moriarty, "Animal Models of Orthopedic Implant-Related Infection", Biomaterials Associated Infection Immunological Aspects and Antimicrobial Strategies, New York, Springer New York, 2013. Abstract

Musculoskeletal infection remains a great challenge in orthopedic and trauma surgery. Despite best medical and surgical practice and significant advances in research and development, bone and implant associated infections are still difficult to diagnose, impossible to prevent in all cases and require invasive and debilitating treatment. The development and safe clinical implementation of novel preventative, therapeutic or diagnostic strategies requires the use of animal models of infection, which provide crucial evidence regarding performance, cytocompatibility, biocompatibility, and safety prior to clinical implementation.
Many animal models of musculoskeletal infection have been described in the literature; however, there remains a dearth of fully standardized or universally accepted reference models hindering advancement in the field. The following chapter provides an overview of the animal models available for the study of musculoskeletal infection, the latest advances that are expected to improve them, and some of the most important scientific output achieved using these models.

Asad, A. H., A. T. Azar, and A. E. Hassaanien, "Ant Colony-based System for Retinal Blood Vessels Segmentation", Proceedings of Seventh International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications (BIC-TA 2012): Springer India, pp. 441–452, 2013. Abstract
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M, H., and J. A, "Anterior Uveitis ,Chapter 14", Ocular Inflammation: Basic and Clinical Concepts, London, Taylor and Francis Martin Dunitz (informa), 1999.
Yassin, A., M. Tawfeek, R. Hashem, Y. Nagy, Y. Hashem, S. A. Salam, A. Emad, Y. Ragab, A. Kholiefy, A. Shawky, et al., "Antibiotic resistance patterns among common Gram positive and Gram negative pathogens in clinical isolates from major hospitals in Cairo, Egypt", Worldwide Research Efforts in the Fighting against Microbial Pathogens: From Basic Research to Technological Developments, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, BrownWalker Press, pp. 34-39, 2013.
Yassin, A., M. Tawfik, and R. Hashem, "antibiotic resistance patterns among common Gram positive and Gram negative pathogens in clinical isolates from major hospitals in cairo, Egypt", World wide research efforts in the fighting against Microbial pathogens: Universal publisher.com, 2013.
Yassin, A., H. H. Zedan, and et al, "Antibiotic resistance patterns among common Gram positive and Gram negative pathogens in clinical isolates from major hospitals in Cairo, Egypt.", Worldwide Efforts in Fighting against Microbial pathogens: From Basic Research to Technological Developments”, A. Mendez-Vilas (ed.), Florida, Brown Walker Press, 2013.
Ragab, G., M. T. Hegazy, V. Codullo, M. Mattar, and J. Avouac, "Anticoagulation in Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases", Precision Anticoagulation Medicine: A Practical Guide, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 159 - 179, 2020. Abstract

Autoimmune rheumatic diseases as a group are characterized by common features such as multisystem involvement, polypharmacy, and the presence of comorbidities. Recent large epidemiological studies shed light on their role as risk factors for thromboembolic complications. The pathogenic factors are now better understood. The proposed mechanisms for this increased risk include increased hypercoagulability, lack of inhibitors, and other factors. The group of vasculitis which includes Behçet’s disease, giant cell vasculitis, Takayasu’s arteritis, and ANCA-associated vasculitis deserves special attention. However other diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, Sjögren syndrome, scleroderma, rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis, myositis, and sarcoidosis are also associated with significantly increased risk of thrombosis.

Ragab, G., M. T. Hegazy, V. Codullo, M. Mattar, and J. Avouac, "Anticoagulation in Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases", Precision Anticoagulation Medicine: Springer, Cham, pp. 159-179, 2020. Abstract
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Barsoum, R., H. Wanas, and T. Shehab, Anticoagulation in Patients with Renal Insufficiency, , pp. 203 - 238, 2020/01/01. Abstract

The retained metabolic products in kidney insufficiency are toxic to two main cells connected with blood coagulation, namely, the endothelial cells and the blood platelets. These interact with each other, with leukocytes and with a complex metabolic network involving inflammation, complement activation, coagulation, fibrinolysis, and others. Owing to the unstable nature of kidney insufficiency, the associated coagulation disorders vary from a procoagulant state where endothelial cell injury predominates, to a bleeding disorder where platelet dysfunction supervenes. Amid all that, patients with kidney insufficiency may need anticoagulation either for the commonly associated heart disease, venous thrombosis, antiphospholipid syndrome, etc., for the treatment of certain intrinsic renal disease, or for extracorporeal therapy. This requires a careful benefit/risk balance that can be quantitated by validated scores. As the decision to anticoagulate is made, several practical issues emerge, including the choice of pharmacokinetically compatible agents, their dose in relation to the degree of impairment of kidney function, and potential drug-drug interactions. The decision is confounded by the plethora of currently available anticoagulants, often with superior efficacy, less bleeding tendency, and limited need for monitoring and frequent dose tailoring compared to the traditional heparin and warfarin.

Marmouzi, I., Shahira M. Ezzat, Mourad Kharbach, and A. Bouyahya, "Antioxidant Food Additives", Food Additives and Human Health. : Bentham Science Publisher , 2020.
Marmouzi, I., Shahira M. Ezzat, Mourad Kharbach, and A. Bouyahya, "Antioxidant Food Additives", Food Additives and Human Health. : Bentham Science Publisher , 2020.
Marmouzi, I., Shahira M. Ezzat, Mourad Kharbach, and A. Bouyahya, "Antioxidant Food Additives", Food Additives and Human Health. : Bentham Science Publisher , 2020.
El-Beltagi, H. S., H. I. MOHAMED, and M. Moustafa-Farag, "ANTIOXIDANT, ANTICANCER, ANTIMICROBIAL EFFECTS OF NIGELLA SATIVA SEEDS AND ITS PHARMACOLOGICAL USES", NIGELLA SATIVA PROPERTIES, USES AND EFFECTS, New York, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2020. fsl_hb_lbrk.pdf
Ragab, G., W. Ruff, D. Pearson, H. Goubran, and M. Kriegel, "Antiphospholipid Syndrome", The Microbiome in Rheumatic Diseases and Infection: Springer, 2018.
Ragab, G., W. Ruff, D. Pearson, H. Goubran, and M. Kriegel, "Antiphospholipid Syndrome", The Microbiome in Rheumatic Diseases and Infection: Springer, pp. 305-321, 2018. Abstract
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Mattar, M., H. M. A. Ahmed, and G. Ragab, "Antiphospholipid Syndrome", Precision Anticoagulation Medicine: Springer, Cham, pp. 181-201, 2020. Abstract
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Doss, M., "Apparition de la notion d'arabe vulgaire", Débuts en comparaison, Paris, Editions Publisud, 2015.
Al-bawab, A., R. Al-Omari, R. Abd-Allah, A. Bozeya, R. Abu-Zurayk, and F. Odeh, "The Application of a Modified Sol-Gel Silica Coating for the Protection of Corroded Roman Soda-Lime-Silica Glass: An Experimental and Analytical Study", 10th International Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin, Switzerland, Springer, Cham, 2018. chapter_19_al-bawab_et_al_2018.pdf
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