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, "Duplex findings in Patients with Lateral chronic venous leg ulceration", Egyptian Journal of Surgery, vol. 17, issue 3, 1999.
Tayel, S. A., M. A. E. - Nabarawi, M. I. Tadros, and W. H. Abd-Elsalam, "Duodenum-triggered delivery of pravastatin sodium: II. Design, appraisal and pharmacokinetic assessments of enteric surface-decorated nanocubosomal dispersions", Drug Deliv, vol. 23, issue 9, pp. 3266–3278, 2016.
Tayel, S. A., M. A. E. - Nabarawi, M. I. Tadros, and W. H. Abd-Elsalam, "Duodenum-triggered delivery of pravastatin sodium via enteric surface-coated nanovesicular spanlastic dispersions: development, characterization and pharmacokinetic assessments", Int J Pharm, vol. 483, issue 1-2, pp. 77-88, 2015.
Abd-Elsalam, W. H., M. I. Tadros, M. A.elnabrawi, and S. A. Tayel, "Duodenum-triggered delivery of pravastatin sodium via enteric surface-coated nanovesicular spanlastic dispersions", International journal of pharmaceutics, 2015.
ElFiky, M., Dumbbell-Shaped Rhabdomyosarcoma: Two-Stage Surgical Resection, , issue EFirst: Georg Thieme Verlag KG, 2014. Abstract
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Afifi, R. Y., "Ductoscopy assisted breast surgery in patients with pathological nipple discharge: A preliminary report", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. 72, issue 2, pp. 267 - 274, 2004.
Ismail, M. K., and A. A. A. Hassan, "Ductility and cracking behavior of reinforced self-consolidating rubberized concrete beams", Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, vol. 29, issue 1, 2016.
Youssef, M. A., M. E. Meshaly, and A. A. Elansary, "Ductile corrosion-free GFRP-stainless steel reinforced concrete elements", Composite Structures, vol. 182, pp. 124-131, 2017.
EL-Dahshan, A. R. M., The Duck Health and Production in Hot Climate, , Deutschland/Germany, Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015.
Al-Ghamdi, G. M., A. A. Al-Naeem, A. Wuenschmann, U. Wernery, M. Al-Dubaib, A. M. Al-Swailem, M. Hamouda, E. Al-Yamani, M. Shehata, D. A. El-Lithy, et al., "Dubduba Syndrome: non-suppurative meningoencephalomyelitis in dromedary camels in Saudi Arabia", Journal of Camel Practice and Research, vol. 16, no. 1: Camel Publishing House, pp. 19–23, 2009. Abstract
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El-Dobab, M. A., D. G. Aboelhassan, and M. Hashad, "Dubduba Syndrome: An Emerging Neurological Disease of Camels With a Possible Viral Etiologic Agent", Journal of Camel Practice and Research, vol. 15, issue 2, pp. 147 – 152, 2008.
Awadein, A., Shaimaa A Arfeen, P. Chougule, and R. Kekunnaya, Duane-minus (Duane sine retraction and Duane sine limitation): possible incomplete forms of Duane retraction syndrome., , 2020. Abstract

PURPOSE: To report ocular motility patterns that mimic, but do not fulfil the full clinical picture of Duane retraction syndrome (DRS) and to describe their clinical features and surgical management.

METHODS: This is a retrospective case series study conducted on patients with DRS, mimicking non-comitant exotropia or esotropia and a face turn. Patients were included only if they lacked either globe retraction on adduction (sine retraction) or limitation of adduction or abduction on ductions (sine limitation not >0.5). Any overshoots or pattern strabismus was recorded. The ocular motility and alignment, details of surgery and their surgical outcomes were analysed.

RESULTS: Twenty-one patients were identified; 13 in the sine retraction and 8 in the sine limitation group. All patients presented with a compensatory face turn. Overshoots were present in 10 (77%) and 7 patients (88%) in the sine retraction and sine limitation groups, respectively. Forced duction test showed tightness of the ipsilateral medial and the ipsilateral lateral rectus muscle in esotropic (n = 3) and exotropic patients (n = 18), respectively. Orthotropia was achieved in 82% of patients following ipsilateral medial or lateral rectus muscle recession.

CONCLUSIONS: There is a subset of patients who present with motility pattern similar to DRS but lack its complete diagnostic criteria. The presence of a face turn, overshoots on adduction or an ipsilateral tightness of the affected muscle should make one consider DRS sine retraction/sine limitation. The patients in our study responded well to lines of management similar to those of DRS.

Awadein, A., Shaimaa A Arfeen, P. Chougule, and R. Kekunnaya, "Duane-minus (Duane sine retraction and Duane sine limitation): possible incomplete forms of Duane retraction syndrome.", Eye (London, England), vol. 35, issue 6, pp. 1673-1679, 2021. Abstract

PURPOSE: To report ocular motility patterns that mimic, but do not fulfil the full clinical picture of Duane retraction syndrome (DRS) and to describe their clinical features and surgical management.

METHODS: This is a retrospective case series study conducted on patients with DRS, mimicking non-comitant exotropia or esotropia and a face turn. Patients were included only if they lacked either globe retraction on adduction (sine retraction) or limitation of adduction or abduction on ductions (sine limitation not >0.5). Any overshoots or pattern strabismus was recorded. The ocular motility and alignment, details of surgery and their surgical outcomes were analysed.

RESULTS: Twenty-one patients were identified; 13 in the sine retraction and 8 in the sine limitation group. All patients presented with a compensatory face turn. Overshoots were present in 10 (77%) and 7 patients (88%) in the sine retraction and sine limitation groups, respectively. Forced duction test showed tightness of the ipsilateral medial and the ipsilateral lateral rectus muscle in esotropic (n = 3) and exotropic patients (n = 18), respectively. Orthotropia was achieved in 82% of patients following ipsilateral medial or lateral rectus muscle recession.

CONCLUSIONS: There is a subset of patients who present with motility pattern similar to DRS but lack its complete diagnostic criteria. The presence of a face turn, overshoots on adduction or an ipsilateral tightness of the affected muscle should make one consider DRS sine retraction/sine limitation. The patients in our study responded well to lines of management similar to those of DRS.

M.S.Osaman, A. M. A. Elazeem, and M. A. E. M.M.Rashwan, "Duality in The Fuzzy-parametric Space For Fuzzy-Parametric Nonlinear Programming Problem", OPSEARCH , 2018.
Ibrahim, Y., and M. Yousif, "Dual-Utumi Modules", Communications in algebra, vol. 47, issue 9, pp. 3889–3904, 2019.
Saad, W. E. A., L. G. Sahler, K. E. Westesson, P. F. Della Pietra, W. M. Darwish, T. Kitanosono, and D. L. Waldman, "Dual-tract Transhepatic U-shaped Hemodialysis Inferior Vena Cava Catheter: A Feasibility Study in a Swine Model", Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, vol. 20, issue 12: Elsevier, pp. 1625-1631, 2009. Abstract
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Ibrahima, H. S., H. A. Allam, W. R. Mahmoud, A. Bonardicd, A. Nocentinic, P. Gratteri, E. S. Ibrahim, H. A. Abdel-Aziz, and C. T. Supuran, "Dual-tail arylsulfone-based benzenesulfonamides differently match the hydrophobic and hydrophilic halves of human carbonic anhydrases active sites: Selective inhibitors for the tumor-associated hCA IX isoform", European Journal of Chemistry , vol. 152, pp. 1-9, 2018.
Ibrahim, H. S., H. A. Allam, W. R. Mahmoud, A. Bonardi, A. Nocentini, P. Gratteri, E. S. Ibrahim, H. A. Abdel-Aziz, and C. T. Supuran, "Dual-tail arylsulfone-based benzenesulfonamides differently match the hydrophobic and hydrophilic halves of human carbonic anhydrases active sites: Selective inhibitors for the tumor-associated hCA IX isoform", European journal of medicinal chemistry, vol. 152: Elsevier Masson, pp. 1–9, 2018. Abstract
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Ibrahim, Y., and M. Yousif, "Dual-Square-Free Modules", Communications in algebra, vol. 47, issue 7, pp. 2954–2966, 2019.
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