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AlFaar, A. S., and R. Labib, "eBanking of what really matters; Children’s Cancer Hospital-Egypt experience in electronic management of BioBanks.", Conference on Cancer Biobanking “Establishing the First Cancer Biobank in Jordan”., Amman, Jordan, 2014. Abstract
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Alei Eldin, A., A. Haddad, H. Elzomor, Y. Medhat, H. Taha, M. Saad, E. Zaky, R. A. ElRazk, M. Elshamy, S. Abouelnaga, et al., "Evaluation of Retinoblastoma management in the first Multidisciplinary system in the Cancer children hospital in Egypt", International Society of Ocular Oncology Meeting, Purpose: To evaluate the success of ocular survival following chemoreduction and efficency of local treatment in the management of Retinoblastoma in the first multidisciplinary system for the treatment of childhood cancer in egypt Methods: A total number , 2013. Abstract

Purpose: To evaluate the success of ocular survival following chemoreduction and efficency of local treatment in the management of Retinoblastoma in the first multidisciplinary system for the treatment of childhood cancer in egypt Methods: A total number of 262 retinoblastomas cases managed between July 2007 to December 2012 with six cycles of chemoreduction (vincristine, etoposide, and carboplatin (COG protocols). The tumors were then managed with local treatment alone (group A) or chemoreduction combined with , cryotherapy or Diode laser (group B and C) and some cases of group D. In addition to enucleation for group E and advanced cases . Results: Of 262 retinoblastomas cases , (0.9%) were in group A, (8.4%) in group B, (11.7%) in group C, (44.4%) in group D,and (33.6) in group E. The mean age at presentation is 21.17 months .Bilateral affection was in 43% and unilateral in 57%. Family history of cancer was 11% and consangunity was positive in 19%. Extraocular involvement was in 18% of cases . Incidence of ocular survival for bilateral cases was 95% in group A ,80% in group B 45% in group C and 35% in group D ,while in unilateral cases it was 80%in group B ,50% in group C ,15% in group D . Conclusions: There is no doubt that the application of different treatment modalities among a multidisciplinary system in the treatment of retinoblastoma in the cancer children hospital gives a very good percentage of success despite the relatively late presentation and the higher incidence of advanced cases Financial disclosure: There is no financial disclosure Paper

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El-Gohary, H., and R. Eid, E-Marketing in Developed and Developing Countries: Emerging Practices, , USA, IGI Global, 2013.
Kamel, A. D., and H. F. Azzam, Early Bleeding During Pregnancy, , Germany, LAMBERT Academic Publishing , 2015. 750290493_early_bleeding_abstract.pdf
Farid, A., and A. El Amir, Early hydatid diagnosis, , Germany, Anchor academic publishing, 2015.
Farid, A., and A. El Amir, Echinostoma liei antigens: A promising protection for schistosomiasis, , Germany, Scholar's press, 2015.
Fahmy, S. R., S. M. Rawi, and M. - A. S. Marie, Effect Of Acrylamide On Male and Female Albino Rats, , Italy, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co KG, 2013.
Abdel Hamea, A. A., and A. Korany, N, Effect of Acupressure on Morning Sickness at Cairo University Hospitals, , German, LAMBER Academic publishing, 2015. azza_acupressure.pdf
Hamoda, R., A. Yousef, and G. A. Samea, Effect of Myofascial Release on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2015. AbstractWebsite

If you are a pregnant woman suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms such as pain and tingling sensation. This book will provide you with a safe method to alleviate your pain and tinglings sensation and improve your hand function without side effects of medications. Myofascial release is an osteopathic medicine, An important principle in Osteopathic Medicine is that structure and function are intimately interrelated. An abnormality in the structure of any body part can lead to abnormal function, whether expressed locally or distantly from the deranged structure.

Karkoucha, R. N., Effect Of Neurodynamic Tension On Cervical Radiculopathy, , Germany, Lambert Academy Publishing, 2017. karkoucha_book.pdf
Eid, M., A. El-Gendy, M. Abdel-Fattah, and O. El-Shafaey, Effect of physical therapy rehabilitation program (exercise-therapy) on Irritable Bowel Syndrome, , 2020/01/01. Abstract
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Osman, D., Effect of physical training on the female athlete triad, , Germany, LAMBERT, 2015. AbstractWebsite

This study was conducted to determine the effect of physical training on menstrual functions, BMD, body composition and nutritional status in adolescent female athletes. Twenty-five adolescent female athletes and twenty-five adolescent female non-athletes participated in this study. BMD and body composition were evaluated using DEXA. The training, nutritional, menstrual and fractures histories were assessed through a self-administered questionnaire. Results showed that percentages of athletes who had menstrual dysfunction, low BMD and stress fractures were 48%, 4% and 28%, respectively and 12%, 4% and 8%, respectively in the nonathletes. Results revealed a significant increase (p<0.05) in menarche age and statistically significant decrease in No. of menstrual cycles in last year, total BMD, as well as highly significant decrease (P<0.0001) in total fat % and total fat mass, while there were non-significant differences (P>0.05) in femoral neck BMD, femoral neck Z-score and total lean mass of the athletes compared with the non-athletes. Also, results showed significant increase (P<0.05) in menarche age and highly significant decrease (P<0.0001) in No. of menstrual cycles in last year, as well as significant
decrease (P<0.05) in femoral neck BMD and femoral neck Z-score, while there were non-significant differences (P>0.05) in total BMD and body composition of oligo/amenorrheic athletes compared with eumenorrheic athletes. Also, there were significant increase (P<0.05) in menarche age and highly significant decrease (P<0.0001) in No. of menstrual cycles in last year, as well as significant decrease (P<0.05) in femoral neck BMD and femoral neck Z-score, while there were non-significant differences
(P>0.05) in total BMD and body composition of oligo/amenorrheic nonathletes compared with eumenorrheic non-athletes. Sport training during puberty, low BMI and low body fat in athletes can be associated with delayed menarche, menstrual dysfunction, low total BMD and stress fractures. Female athletes should be evaluated periodically and educated about the possible negative effects of oligo/amenorrhea on bone health.

Soliman, A. S., Effect of Rhizobia on, , Germany, LAMBER Academic publishing, 2012. 1.pdf
, Effect of Rhizobia on Growth of Acacia nilotica in Egypt, , Germany., LAMBERT Academic Publishing., 2012.
El Ansary, O., and M. Atuea, The Effect of Stock Trading Volume on Return: Egyptian Stock Market, , Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2013.
Farid, A., and A. El Amir, Efficacy of Echinostoma liei antigens against schistosomiasis mansoni, , Germany, Lambert academic publishing, 2015.
Khairy, M. S., M. M. Abdallah, and S. E. D. Habib, Efficient Implementation of MIMO Decoders, Chapter 20, in MIMO Systems, Theory and Applications, by H. K. Bizaki, : InTech Education and Publishing, 2011. Abstract

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Helal, A., M. Hassan, and M. Mogeeb, Egypt after the Revolution: the struggle for a new political system, , Cairo, Al-Dar Al-masriya Al-libnaniya, 2013.
Emara, K. H. S., Egypt through era cyclopedia, , Cairo, Al Dar Al Arabia, 2009.
Elbannan, M. A., Egyptian Business Income Taxation: A Guide to Investors and Practitioners., , Saarbrucken, Germany, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing , 2012.
Abdelaziz, O., Egyptian Contract Law , , Cairo, Egypt, Dar El Nahda Al Arabyia, 2017.
Hafez, O., and Y. El-Din, Egyptian Educators’ Online Teaching Challenges and Coping Strategies during COVID-19, , 2022/01/07, 2021. Abstract

The present descriptive study investigated the challenges experienced and the coping strategies used by Egyptian university educators from different institution types while teaching online during the pandemic. The cross-sectional study drew participants (N = 222) from three different academic institution types, private universities, public universities, and adult education institutions, who responded to a survey that examined the technical, professional, administrative, social, and psychological challenges teachers encountered as well as their coping strategies. Data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. Results indicated that the challenges and coping strategies reported by teachers varied according to the teaching context and the requirements of each academic institution. The most reported challenges experienced were exhaustion, internet problems, technical issues, and anxiety. Despite the challenges, participants reported a few positive effects, including feeling more productive, being motivated to learn something new, feeling appreciated by the students and administration, and feeling confident using online teaching tools. Results also revealed that the participants used social and professional strategies to cope with the circumstances accompanying the sudden shift to online teaching. The results indicated how challenges faced by educators from different institution types may diminish with more training on, and experience with, online teaching, forming communities of practice as well as other coping strategies they developed. Such findings should be helpful to educators, institutions, and policymakers in different academic institutions all over the world and in various teaching contexts.