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Abde-Shafy, H., Y. M. Hafez, A. M. El-Borady, and N. A. Ahmed, "Can Early Heat Exposure and rbST Alleviate Heat Stress in Rabbits?", The 14th Scientific Conference of Egyptian Society of Animal Production (ESAP) & the 3rd Scientific Conference of Animal Production Research Institute (APRI), 2008. Abstract
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Ibrahim, R. O., R. A. Salama, and A. M. Amin, "Can Ethanolic Leaf Extract of Olive or Black Mulberry Substitute Sodium Hypochlorite as a Root Canal Irrigant? An Study.", The journal of contemporary dental practice, vol. 22, issue 10, pp. 1123-1129, 2021. Abstract

AIM: This study aimed to evaluate (olive) leaves and (black mulberry) leaves as potential natural alternatives to sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) endodontic irrigant. Their antimicrobial activity against () and their effects on both root dentin microhardness and push-out bond strength of resin sealer/root dentin were assessed.

METHODOLOGY: Fifty-four extracted teeth were selected. Samples were grouped according to the irrigant used: group I (control): 2.5% NaOCl, group II: 8% ethanolic extract of , and group III: 2% ethanolic extract of . Antibacterial activity ( = 6) was evaluated after each canal was autoclaved, inoculated with , and incubated. Canals were sampled before and after chemicomechanical canal preparation with 2 mL of irrigant. The colony-forming units (CFUs) were counted at 1/10 and 1/100 broth concentrations. Vickers hardness number (VHN) of root dentin ( = 6) was measured before and after root canal preparation and irrigation. Push-out bond strength testing ( = 9) was carried out following preparation, irrigation, obturation, and thermocycling. Results were considered statistically significant at ≤0.05.

RESULTS: Following irrigation, the CFUs of were significantly reduced with no significant difference in the CFU count between all groups at both broth concentrations. A significant reduction in root dentin microhardness resulted in all groups following irrigation, with resulting in the lowest percentage reduction (26.42 ± 1.12). The lowest significant mean push-out bond strength was revealed in the group (3.372 ± 1.513 MPa).

CONCLUSION: The use of 2% mulberry () leaf extract and 8% olive () leaf extract as alternatives to NaOCl provides promising antimicrobial action against .

CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: 2% extract may represent a promising natural endodontic irrigant.

Ibrahim, R. O., R. A. Salama, and A. M. Amin, "Can Ethanolic Leaf Extract of Olive or Black Mulberry Substitute Sodium Hypochlorite as a Root Canal Irrigant? An In Vitro Study", The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice, vol. 22, issue 10, pp. 1123–1129, Submitted.
Moety, G. A. F. A., H. M. Gaafar, and N. M. El Rifai, "Can fetal pulmonary artery Doppler indices predict neonatal respiratory distress syndrome?", Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association, vol. 35, issue 12, pp. 1015-9, 2015 Dec. Abstractacceleration_time_ratio_in_the_fetal_pulmonary_artery_predicts_fetal_lung_maturity_in_diabetic_pregnancies.pdf

OBJECTIVE: To study whether fetal main pulmonary artery (MPA) Doppler indices can predict the development of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome (RDS).

STUDY DESIGN: This prospective cross-sectional study included pregnant women between 34 and 38+6 weeks gestation. The diagnostic accuracy of MPA Doppler measurements (systolic/diastolic (S/D) ratio, peak systolic velocity (PSV), pulsatility index (PI), resistance index (RI) and acceleration time/ejection time (At/Et)) for diagnosis of neonatal RDS was tested.

RESULT: Of the 698 eligible fetuses, 55 (7.87%) developed neonatal RDS. PSV, PI, RI and At/Et were positively correlated with gestational age. The strongest correlation was found with At/Et (r=0.602, P<0.001). PI and RI were significantly higher, whereas At/Et and PSV were significantly lower in fetuses that developed RDS. A cutoff value of 0.305 for At/Et predicted the development of RDS (sensitivity: 76.4%; specificity: 91.6%).

CONCLUSION: Development of neonatal RDS can be predicted using the MPA At/Et with high sensitivity and specificity.

Moety, G. A. F. A., H. M. Gaafar, and N. M. E. Rifai, "Can fetal pulmonary artery Doppler indices predict neonatal respiratory distress syndrome?", JOURNAL OF PERINATOLOGY, vol. 35, issue 12, pp. 1015-1019, 2015. doppler_paper_pdf.pdf
Mahmoud, A. A., N. A. D. I. N. E. R. BARSOUM, and H. A. N. Y. M. EL-ASSALY, Can Gd-DTPA MR Renography Could be a One Stop Imaging Technique for Assessment of Human Renal Allograft Complications?, , Submitted. Abstract
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Abdelgawad¹, I. A., G. I. Mossallam, N. H. Radwan, H. M. Elzawahry, and N. M. Elhifnawy¹, "Can Glypican3 be Diagnostic for Early Hepatocellular Carcinoma among Egyptian Patients?", /APJCP.2013.., vol. 14., issue 12, pp. 7345-49, 2013. 7345-7349_8.22_iman_attia_abdelgawad.pdf
El-Beltagi, H. S., T. A. Shalaby, and K. M. A. RAMADAN, "Can Grafting Manage FusariumWilt Disease of Cucumber and Increase Productivity under Heat Stress?", Plants, vol. 11, issue 1147, pp. 21, 2022. plants-11-01147.pdf
Osama Abdel-Ghaffar, "Can green tea catechins protect against the toxicity induced by the acute exposure to arsenic in female albino rats?", Journal of Egyptian German Society of Zoology, vol. 53, issue A, pp. 163-189, 2007.
Ahmed, S. H., N. A. Almessih, Ehab A. ElShaarawy, A. G. Motawie, and M. H. A. Moneam, "CAN GREEN TEA EXTRACT PROTECT THE LUNG AGAINST SILICA INDUCED LUNG INJURY IN ADULT ALBINO RAT? HISTOLOGICAL, HISTOMORPHOMETRIC AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDY.", Egyptian Journal of Medical Sciences (EJMS), vol. 36, issue 2, pp. 976-990, 2015. abstract-converted.docx
AbdelMaksoud, K. M., M. Emam, W. A. Metwaly, F. Sayed, and J. Berry, "Can innovative tourism benefit the local community: The analysis about establishing a geopark in Abu Roash area, Cairo, Egypt", International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks, vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 509-525, 2021.
AbdelMaksoud, K. M., M. Emam, W. A. Metwaly, F. Sayed, and J. Berrye, "Can innovative tourism benefit the local community: The analysis about establishing a geopark in Abu Roash area, Cairo, Egypt", International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks, vol. 9, pp. 509-25, 2021. 1-s2.0-s2577444121000460-main.pdf
AbdelMaksoud, K. M., M. Emam, W. A. Metwaly, F. Sayed, and J. Berrye, "Can innovative tourism benefit the local community: The analysis about establishing a geopark in Abu Roash area, Cairo, Egypt", International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks, vol. 9, pp. 509-25, 2021. 1-s2.0-s2577444121000460-main.pdf
AbdelMaksoud, K. M., M. Emam, W. A. Metwaly, F. Sayed, and J. Berry, "Can innovative tourism benefit the local community: The analysis about establishing a geopark in Abu Roash area, Cairo, Egypt", International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks, vol. 9, issue 4, pp. 509-525, Submitted. 1-s2.0-s2577444121000460-main_1.pdf
W.A.Rasha, S.K.Emad, A.S.Lamia, and N. H..Mohamed, "Can intraoperative ultrasound replace the frozen section in the assessment of ex vivo sentinel lymph node biopsy in early breast cancer in countries with limited resources?", Egyptian Journal of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine , vol. 52, issue 142, pp. 1-7, 2021.
AlKhazindar, M., and S. M. Elnagdy, "Can lactoferrin boost human immunity against COVID-19?", pathogens and global health, vol. 114, issue 5, pp. 234-235, 2020.
Zaky, A. A., H. E. M. M. Shenawy, T. A. H. Harhash, M. Shalash, and N. M. I. Awad, Can Low Level Laser Therapy Benefit Bone Regeneration in Localized Maxillary Cystic Defects? - A Prospective Randomized Control Trial., , 2016. Abstract

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a, S. E. - S. B., and N. S. A. b, "Can lung volumes and capacities be used as an outcome measure for phrenic nerve recovery after cardiac surgeries?", Journal of the Saudi Heart Association, 2010. Abstract

Phrenic nerve is the main nerve drive to the diaphragm and its injury is a well-known complication
following cardiac surgeries. It results in diaphragmatic dysfunction with reduction in lung
volumes and capacities. This study aimed to evaluate the objectivity of lung volumes and capacities
as an outcome measure for the prognosis of phrenic nerve recovery after cardiac surgeries. In this
prospective experimental study, patients were recruited from Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Department,
Educational-Hospital of College of Medicine, Cairo University. They were 11 patients with right
phrenic nerve injury and 14 patients with left injury. On the basis of receiving low-level laser irradiation,
they were divided into irradiated group and non-irradiated group. Measures of phrenic nerve
latency, lung volumes and capacities were taken pre and post-operative and at 3-months follow up.
After 3 months of low-level laser therapy, the irradiated group showed marked improvement in the
phrenic nerve recovery. On the other hand, vital capacity and forced expiratory volume in the first
second were the only lung capacity and volume that showed improvement consequent with the recovery
of right phrenic nerve (P value <0.001 for both). Furthermore, forced vital capacity was the single
lung capacity that showed significant statistical improvement in patients with recovered left
phrenic nerve injury (P value <0.001). Study concluded that lung volumes and capacities cannot
be used as an objective outcome measure for recovery of phrenic nerve injury after cardiac surgeries.
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Emad, Y., Y. Ragab, A. Shaarawy, A. Abou-Zeid, A. Saad, M. Fawzy, H. Jokhdar, and J. J. Rasker, "Can magnetic resonance imaging differentiate undifferentiated arthritis based on knee imaging?", The Journal of rheumatology, vol. 36, no. 9: The Journal of Rheumatology, pp. 1963–1970, 2009. Abstract
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, "Can magnetic resonance imaging differentiate undifferentiated arthritis based on knee imaging?", J Rheumatol., vol. Sep;36(9):1963-70. doi: 10.3899/jrheum.081320. Epub 2009 Jul 31., 2009.
Ahmed, H. H., L. A.Rashed, S. O. H. A. I. R. MAHFOUZ, R. E. Hussein, M. Alkaffas, S. Mostafa, and A. A. S. Ahmed, Can mesenchymal stem cells pretreated with platelet rich plasma modulate tissue remodeling in a rat burn?, , 2017. Website
HananHosni Ahmeda, Laila Ahmed Rashed a, Sohair Mahfouz c, R. E. Hussein, Marwa Alkaffasa, S. Mostafab, and A. A, "CAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS PRETREATED WITH PLATELELT RICH PLASMA MODULATE TISSUE REMODELING IN A RAT BURN?", Biochem Cell Biol, 2017.
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