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Naglaa Fathey Moustafa, N. M. Badr, H. A. A. Abdeen, F. A. Mohamed, and W. E. Tohamy, "Healing time response to low intensity pulsed ultrasound in hip fractured osteoporotic postmenopausal women", Bioscience Research, vol. 15, issue 4, pp. 3741-3747, 2018. 3741-3747-1542018br18-256.pdf
Farghali, H. A., S. Gadallah, T. Misk, I. A. Emam, N. A. A. Elkader, M. S. Khattab, H. O.AbuBakr, A. Elsabaa, and A. Hammad, "Healing Potential of Single Dose of Inactivated Autologous PRP, Laser, and PRP/Laser Combination on Full-Thickness Skin Defect in Dogs", Iran J Vet Surg , 2024.
Farghali, H. A., S. Gadallah, T. Misk, I. A. Emam, N. A. A. Elkader, M. S. Khattab, H. O. AbuBakr, A. Elsabaa, and A. Hammad, "Healing Potential of Single Dose of Inactivated Autologous PRP, Laser, and PRP/Laser Combination on Full-Thickness Skin Defect in Dogs", Iranian Journal of Veterinary Surgery, vol. 19, pp. 19 - 29, 2024.
Issa, Y., P. A. Brunton, A. M. Glenny, and A. J. Duxbury, "Healing of oral lichenoid lesions after replacing amalgam restorations: A systematic review", Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiology and Endodontology, vol. 98, pp. 553–565, 2004. Abstract
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SHAMAA, A. S. H. R. A. F. A. L. I. E. L. D. E. S. O. K. Y., A. A. Mostafa, and A. A. Mostafa, Healing of femoral bone defect following implantation of amniotic scaffold seeded with mesenchymal stem cells in dogs, , 2014.
Kenawi, L. M. M., M. E. Ezzat, N. S. Mohamed, and G. M. Eid, "Healing of Chronic Apical Lesions Using Hyaluronan versus Conventional and Surgical Treatment. A Comparative Study (In Vivo).", Cairo Dental Journal , vol. 26, issue 2, pp. 145-153, 2010.
LMM, K., E. KM, M. NS, and E. GEM, "Healing of chronic apical lesions using Hyaluronan versus conventional and surgical treatment a comparative study", Cairo Dent J , vol. 12, pp. 293-303, 2010.
Barmelgy, H. M., "Healing Gardens’ Design", International Journal of Education and Research , vol. 1, issue 6, ISSN: 2201-6333 (Print) ISSN: 2201-6740 (On line) , pp. 229-248, 2013. Abstracthealing_gardens_deisgn_barmelgy_h._m_2013.pdfWebsite

The paper addresses a research gap dealing with landscape and health. Stress is always a burden on our shoulders whether at work, on the street, or even at the house. In a search to find a deep form of sustainable landscape that would act as a stress reliever, the notion of healing gardens came into light. The paper offers a practical case study for designing and formulating Healing Gardens (HG). It utilises the notion of design patterns in composing a framework that would empower the achievement of the therapeutic goals of the garden, thus providing the ability to label the garden as a healing garden. The framework is to be presented, applied, tested and reported upon by the author, who has experienced the challenge of creating Healing Gardens.

Barmelgy, H. M., "Healing Garden Accreditation Tool", International journal of Science Commerce and Humanities, vol. 1, issue 6, ISSN: 2052-6164, pp. 27-47, 2013. Abstracthealing_landscape_accrediation_tool_barmelgy_h._m_2013.pdf.pdfWebsite

Healing Gardens, a sustainable form of landscape, was identified lately as one of the most promising fields for promoting sustainable landscape. Healing garden research fills a vital highlighted research gap by investigating the connection between health and landscape. The contingency of having a mean to certify healing gardens is not far beyond application. The certification process would involve examination of both the horticultural therapeutic program and the garden design element’s healing qualities. The paper aims to provide a tool that can be applied on any form of landscape design or existing projects. In addition, landscape designers can use it as a guiding and monitoring tool during the design process, to achieve the maximum possible healing effects. The paper asserts such certification process as a practical proactive and reactive sustainability tool.

Rady, D., R. Mubarak, and R. A. A. Moneim, "Healing capacity of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells versus platelet-rich fibrin in tibial bone defects of albino rats: an in vivo study ", F1000 Research, 2018. Abstract

Background: Various techniques for tissue engineering have been introduced to aid the regeneration of defective or lost bone tissue. The aim of this study was to compare the in vivo bone-forming potential of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) and platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) on induced bone defects in rats’ tibiae.
Methods: In total, one defect of 3-mm diameter was created in each tibia of 36 Wistar male rats. There were two groups: group A, left tibia bone defects that received PRF; and group B, right tibia bone defects of the same animal that received BM-MSCs loaded on a chitosan scaffold. Subsequently, Scanning electron microscope/energy-dispersive X-ray (SEM/EDX) analyses was performed at 3 and 10 days, and 3 weeks post‑implantation and following euthanasia; (n=12).
Results: The EDX analysis performed for each group and time point revealed a significant increase in the mean calcium and phosphorous weight percentage in the BM-MSC-treated group relative to the PRF-treated group at all-time intervals (P < 0.05). Moreover, the mean calcium and phosphorus weight percentage increased as time progressed since the surgical intervention in the PRF-treated and BM-MSCs groups (P < 0.05).
Conclusions: In the present study, both BM-MSCs and PRF were capable of healing osseous defects induced in a rat tibial model. Yet, BM-MSCs promoted more adequate healing, with higher mean calcium and phosphorous weight percentages than PRF at all-time points, and showed greater integration into the surrounding tissues than PRF.

Rady, D., R. Mubarak, and R. A. A. Moneim, "Healing capacity of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells versus platelet-rich fibrin in tibial bone defects of albino rats: an in vivo study", F1000Research, vol. 7: Faculty of 1000 Ltd, 2018. Abstract
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Rady, D., R. Mubarak, and R. A. A. Moneim, "Healing capacity of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells versus platelet-rich fibrin in tibial bone defects of albino rats: an in vivo study", F1000Research, vol. 7: Faculty of 1000 Ltd, 2018. Abstract
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El-Sakhawy, F. S., H. A. Kassem, S. H. El-gayed, and M. M. Mostafa, "Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction Analysis of Volatile Compounds of the Aerial Parts and Flowers of Plectranthus neochilus Schltr. and Salvia farinacea Benth.", Journal of essential oil bearing plants , vol. 21:3, issue 0976-5026, pp. 674-686, Submitted. mostafa_et_al.pdf
Farag, M. A., R. S. E. Din, and S. A. Fahmy, "Headspace Analysis of Volatile Compounds Coupled to Chemometrics in Leaves from the Magnoliaceae Family", Records of Natural Products, vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 153-158, 2015.
Ramadan, N., "Headquarter-Subsidiary Relationship: Antecedents and Consequences.", West Midlands Doctoral Colloquium , Birmingham, UK, 2009.
Rakha, K., and M. Ahmed, "Headland Protection for a Resort along the Northern Coast of Egypt", in int. Short Course and Conf. on Applied Coastal Research, Florence – Italy , 28 September , 2015.
, "HEADACHE: PSYCHOMETRIC AND HORMONAL ASSESSMENT", HEADACHE QUARTERLY, CURRENT TREATMENT AND RESEARCH. , vol. 4, issue 4, pp. 343-349, 1993.
Taher, A. N., "Head and Neck Cancer: Closer Look at Patients Quality of Life", Journal of Cancer Therapy, vol. 7, pp. 121-128, 2016. hn_cancer_closer_look.pdf
Stamm, T., U. Meyer, and H. P. Wiesmann, Head & Face Medicine reviewer acknowledgement 2015, , vol. 12: BMC, 2016. Abstract
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El Batanouny, M., S. Korraa, O. Fekry, and M. Ibrahim, "He:Ne LASER STIMULATES THE PRODUCTION OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) AND NITRIC OXIDE (NO) FROM HUMAN NEUTROPHILS IN VITRO", http:// esp.nrpa.no/programmes_other.htm , 2003.
Gaafar, T., S. Shawky, H. Hamza, and R. E. Hawary, "he role of angiotensin II incardiomyogenic differentiation of humanadipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells ", Comparative Clinical Pathology ISSN 1618-56 DOI 10.1007/s00580-014-2001-z, 2014. 10.1007_s00580-014-2001-z.pdf
Temerak, M. S., and DahliaEl-Manstrly, "he influence of goal attainment and switching costs on customers’ staying intentions", Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, vol. 51, pp. 51-61, 2019.
Afify, A. Z., W. MARZOUK, H. Al-Mofleh, A. H. N. Ahmed, and N. A. Abdel-Fatah, "HE EXTENDED FAILURE RATE FAMILY: PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS IN THE ENGINEERING AND INSURANCE FIELDS", Pakistan Journal of Statistics, vol. 38, issue 2, pp. 165-196, Submitted. glfr-g_pjs_2022.pdf