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Abdel-Kafy, E. M., H. M. Kamal, and S. A. Elshemy, "Effect of modified constrained induced movement therapy on improving arm function in children with obstetric brachial plexus injury", The Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics, vol. 14, pp. 299–305, 2013. Abstractejmhg126.pdf

Many children who sustain birth injuries to the brachial plexus suffer significant func- tional limitations due to various sequelae affecting the shoulder and elbow or forearm. The aim of this study was to test the feasibility of a treatment program based on the elements of the modified constraint induced movement therapy (MCIMT) to encourage use of the affected arm of a child with obstetric brachial plexus injury (OBPI). Thirty children with OBPI from both sexes ranging in age from three to five years were assigned into two groups of equal number. The control group (group A) who received the exercise program which focused on improving the arm function as well as shoulder abduction and external rotation and the study group (group B) received MCIMT in addition to the same exercise program given to the control group. The arm function was evaluated by the Mallet score system, while active abduction and external rotation range of motion were mea- sured by a standard universal goniometer. The results revealed no significant difference when com- paring the pretreatment mean values of the two groups (study and control), while a significant improvement was observed in measuring variables of the two groups when comparing their pre and post treatment mean values. A significant difference was also observed when comparing the post treatment results of the two groups in favor of the study group (group B). The modified con- straint movement therapy is an effective method on improving the arm function in children with OBPI.

Zeinab A.Hussein, M. S. Abd-Elwahab, and S. A. W. El-Shennawy, "Effect of arm cycling on gait of children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy", The Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics, vol. 26, 2014. ejmhg_193.pdf
Mohie El‐Din, M. M., A. Sharawy, and M. H. Abu‐Moussa, "E‐Bayesian estimation for the parameters and hazard function of Gompertz distribution based on progressively type‐II right censoring with application", Quality and Reliability Engineering International, vol. 39, issue 4, pp. 1299-1317, 2023. Abstract
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, "Eyelid Malposition After Phacoemulsification", The Jouranal of the Egyptian Society of Cataract and Corneal Diseases, vol. 13, pp. 1-6, 2007.
ali, R. A., M. Fayek, M. Noureldin, and N. M. El-Essawy, "Eyebrow Restoration in Deep Facial Burn: Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplantation after Nanofat Graft", Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open ., vol. 11, issue 10, 2023. eyebrow_restoration_in_deep_facial_burn_.23_3.pdf
ali, R. A., M. Fayek, M. Noureldin, and N. M. El-Essawy, "Eyebrow Restoration in Deep Facial Burn: Follicular Unit Extraction Hair Transplantation after Nanofat Graft", Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open ., vol. 11, issue 10, 2023. eyebrow_restoration_in_deep_facial_burn_.23_3.pdf
Dakrory, A. I., H. M. Ali, R. S. Ali, M. M. S, and M. Hassan, "Eye-muscle nerves and ciliary ganglionof Garra tibanica Trewavas, 1941, (Osteichthyes-Cyprinidae) from Sayasid-Taif-KSA.", Jokull Journal, vol. 68, issue 2, pp. 193-216, 2018.
Eltanamly, R. M., and R. A. Ahmed, "Eye trauma with foreign body (FB) is not that rare: a retrospective study of cases admitted to the Cairo University hospitals in the year 2006", The Bulletin of the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society, vol. 100, issue 5, pp. 767-771, 2007.
Eldaly, M. A., M. A. Abdelhakim, R. S. Zaki, and A. F. El-Shiaty, "Eye trauma during the 2011 Egyptian revolution", Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, vol. 251, no. 3: Springer-Verlag, pp. 661–665, 2013. Abstract
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Eldaly, M. A., M. A. S. E. Abdelhakim, R. S. Zaki, and A. F. El-Shiaty, "Eye trauma during the 2011 Egyptian revolution", Graefes Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol, vol. 251, issue 3, pp. 661-665, 2013. 2011_revolution_paper.pdf
Hasanain, A. A., M. A. R. Soliman, R. Elwy, A. A. M. Ezzat, S. H. Abdel-Bari, S. Marx, A. Jenkins, E. E. L. Refaee, and A. Zohdi, "An eye on the future for defeating hydrocephalus, ciliary dyskinesia-related hydrocephalus: review article.", British journal of neurosurgery, pp. 1-11, 2022. Abstract

Congenital hydrocephalus affects approximately one in 1000 newborn children and is fatal in approximately 50% of untreated cases. The currently known management protocols usually necessitate multiple interventions and long-term use of healthcare resources due to a relatively high incidence of complications, and many of them mostly provide a treatment of the effect rather than the cause of cerebrospinal fluid flow reduction or outflow obstruction. Future studies discussing etiology specific hydrocephalus alternative treatments are needed. We systematically reviewed the available literature on the effect of ciliary abnormality on congenital hydrocephalus pathogenesis, to open a discussion on the feasibility of factoring ciliary abnormality in future research on hydrocephalus treatment modalities. Although there are different forms of ciliopathies, we focused in this review on primary ciliary dyskinesia. There is growing evidence of association of other ciliary syndromes and hydrocephalus, such as the reduced generation of multiple motile cilia, which is distinct from primary ciliary dyskinesia. Data for this review were identified by searching PubMed using the search terms 'hydrocephalus,' 'Kartagener syndrome,' 'primary ciliary dyskinesia,' and 'immotile cilia syndrome.' Only articles published in English and reporting human patients were included. Seven studies met our inclusion criteria, reporting 12 cases of hydrocephalus associated with primary ciliary dyskinesia. The patients had variable clinical presentations, genetic backgrounds, and ciliary defects. The ependymal water propelling cilia differ in structure and function from the mucus propelling cilia, and there is a possibility of isolated non-syndromic ependymal ciliopathy causing only hydrocephalus with growing evidence in the literature for the association ependymal ciliary abnormality and hydrocephalus. Abdominal and thoracic situs in children with hydrocephalus can be evaluated, and secondary damage of ependymal cilia causing hydrocephalus in cases with generalized ciliary abnormality can be considered.

Ahmed, H. E., A. O. Nassef, and M. A. Harith, "The eye of Horus viewed by the spectrochemical analytical eye of LIBS", Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2019.
'', ''A. O. R., ''A. M. Riad'', ''A. I. Dakrory'', ''I. Y. AbdelKader'', and ''A. A. Mahmoud'', "Eye muscle nerves and the ciliary ganglion of Malpolon monspessulana (Colubridae, Ophidia)", The Journal of Basic & Applied Zoology, vol. 70, pp. 41–52, 2015. eye_muscle_nerves.pdf
Rashika, H. M., D. A. I, A. A. Shamakh, and A. R. Omar, "Eye Muscle Nerves and the Ciliary Ganglion of Coluber Rogersi (Colubridae, Ophidia)", Life Science Journal , vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 2865-2877, 2013.
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Mostafa'', ''R. H., ''A. I. Dakrory'', ''A. E. - D. A. Shamakh'', and ''A. O. R. '', "THE EYE MUSCLE NERVES AND CILIARY GANGLION OF Clouber rogersi (COLUBRIDAE, OPHIDIA)", Life Science Journal, vol. 10, issue 2, pp. 2865-2877, 2013. amel_ramadan_paper.pdf
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Arai, K., and R. Mardiyanto, "Eye based HCI with moving keyboard for reducing fatigue effects", Information Technology: New Generations (ITNG), 2011 Eighth International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 417-422, 2011. Abstract
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Ibrahim, M. E., M. L. Shaltout, and S. A. Kassem, "Extremum Seeking Control for Energy Harvesting Enhancement of Wind Turbines with Hydromechanical Drivetrains", Wind Energy, vol. 23, issue 11, pp. 2113-2135, 2020. Website
Ibrahim, M. E., M. L. Shaltout, and S. A. Kassem, "Extremum seeking control approach for energy harvesting enhancement of wind turbines with hydromechanical drivetrains", Wind Energy, vol. 23(11), issue DOI: 10.1002/we.2548 5. , 2020.
Moussa, T. A. A., and N. M. Khalil, "Extremozymes from extremophilic microorganisms as sources of bioremediation", Microbial Extremozymes Novel Sources and Industrial Applications: Elsevier , 2022.
Salyapongse, A. N., S. Poore, A. Afifi, and M. Bentz, Extremity Replantation A Comprehensive Clinical Guide, , New York, Springer, 2015.
El-Bialy, N. S., and M. M. Rageh, "Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Field Enhances the Therapeutic Efficacy of Low-Dose Cisplatin in the Treatment of Ehrlich Carcinoma", BioMed Research International, vol. 2013, issue http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/189352, pp. 1-7, 2013.
Kasten-Pisula, U., A. Menegakis, I. Brammer, K. Borgmann, W. Y. Mansour, S. Degenhardt, M. Krause, A. Schreiber, J. Dahm-Daphi, C. Petersen, et al., "The extreme radiosensitivity of the squamous cell carcinoma SKX is due to a defect in double-strand break repair.", Radiotherapy and oncology : journal of the European Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, vol. 90, issue 2, pp. 257-64, 2009 Feb. Abstract

PURPOSE: Squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) are characterized by moderate radiosensitivity. We have established the human head & neck SCC cell line SKX, which shows an exceptionally high radiosensitivity. It was the aim of this study to understand the underlying mechanisms.

MATERIALS & METHODS: Experiments were performed with SKX and FaDu, the latter taken as a control of moderate radiosensitivity. Cell lines were grown as xenografts as well as cell cultures. For xenografts, radiosensitivity was determined via local tumour control assay, and for cell cultures using colony assay. For cell cultures, apoptosis was determined by Annexin V staining and G1-arrest by BrdU labelling. Double-strand breaks (DSBs) were detected by both constant-field gel electrophoresis (CFGE) and gammaH2AX-foci technique; DSB rejoining was also assessed by in vitro rejoining assay; chromosomal damage was determined by G01-assay.

RESULTS: Compared to FaDu, SKX cells are extremely radiosensitive as found for both xenografts (TCD(50) for 10 fractions 46.0Gy [95% C.I.: 39; 54 Gy] vs. 18.9 Gy [95% C.I.: 13; 25Gy]) and cell cultures (D(0.01); 7.1 vs. 3.5Gy). Both cell lines showed neither radiation-induced apoptosis nor radiation-induced permanent G1-arrest. For DSBs, there was no difference in the induction but for repair with SKX cells showing a higher level of both, slowly repaired DSBs and residual DSBs. The in vitro DSB repair assay revealed that SKX cells are defective in nonhomologous endjoining (NHEJ), and that more than 40% of DSBs are rejoined by single-strand annealing (SSA). SKX cells also depicted a two-fold higher number of lethal chromosomal aberrations when compared to FaDu cells.

CONCLUSIONS: The extreme radiosensitivity of the SCC SKX seen both in vivo and in vitro can be ascribed to a reduced DNA double-strand break repair, resulting from a defect in NHEJ. This defect might be due to preferred usage of other pathways, such as SSA, which prevents efficient endjoining.

Kasten-Pisula, U., A. Menegakis, I. Brammer, K. Borgmann, W. Y. Mansour, S. Degenhardt, M. Krause, A. Schreiber, J. Dahm-Daphi, C. Petersen, et al., "The extreme radiosensitivity of the squamous cell carcinoma SKX is due to a defect in double-strand break repair", Radiother Oncol, 2008/11/29, vol. 90, no. 2, pp. 257-64, Feb, 2009. AbstractWebsite

PURPOSE: Squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) are characterized by moderate radiosensitivity. We have established the human head & neck SCC cell line SKX, which shows an exceptionally high radiosensitivity. It was the aim of this study to understand the underlying mechanisms. MATERIALS & METHODS: Experiments were performed with SKX and FaDu, the latter taken as a control of moderate radiosensitivity. Cell lines were grown as xenografts as well as cell cultures. For xenografts, radiosensitivity was determined via local tumour control assay, and for cell cultures using colony assay. For cell cultures, apoptosis was determined by Annexin V staining and G1-arrest by BrdU labelling. Double-strand breaks (DSBs) were detected by both constant-field gel electrophoresis (CFGE) and gammaH2AX-foci technique; DSB rejoining was also assessed by in vitro rejoining assay; chromosomal damage was determined by G01-assay. RESULTS: Compared to FaDu, SKX cells are extremely radiosensitive as found for both xenografts (TCD(50) for 10 fractions 46.0Gy [95% C.I.: 39; 54 Gy] vs. 18.9 Gy [95% C.I.: 13; 25Gy]) and cell cultures (D(0.01); 7.1 vs. 3.5Gy). Both cell lines showed neither radiation-induced apoptosis nor radiation-induced permanent G1-arrest. For DSBs, there was no difference in the induction but for repair with SKX cells showing a higher level of both, slowly repaired DSBs and residual DSBs. The in vitro DSB repair assay revealed that SKX cells are defective in nonhomologous endjoining (NHEJ), and that more than 40% of DSBs are rejoined by single-strand annealing (SSA). SKX cells also depicted a two-fold higher number of lethal chromosomal aberrations when compared to FaDu cells. CONCLUSIONS: The extreme radiosensitivity of the SCC SKX seen both in vivo and in vitro can be ascribed to a reduced DNA double-strand break repair, resulting from a defect in NHEJ. This defect might be due to preferred usage of other pathways, such as SSA, which prevents efficient endjoining.

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