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Ahmed M Elfahl, A. A. M. El Baky, M. T. Yousef, and H. M. Elgohary, "High Versus Low Frequency Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation On Chronic Venous Lower Limb Ulceration Randomized Controlled Trial", The International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds, pp. 1-7, 2022.
Nayl, A. E. A. A., H. M. Ibrahim, K. M. Dawood, and W. A. A. Arafa, "High-Pressure Metal-Free Catalyzed One-pot Multicomponent Synthetic Approach for New 5-Arylazopyrazolo[3,4-b]Pyridine Derivatives", Molecules , vol. 27, pp. 6369, 2022.
Alghuwainem, Y. A. A., M. Gouda, M. M. Khalaf, F. E. - T. Heakal, H. A. Albalwi, A. Elmushyakhi, and H. A. M. El-Latif, "Highlighting the Compositional Changes of the Sm2O3/MgO-Containing Cellulose Acetate Films for Wound Dressings", Polymers, vol. 14 , issue 22, pp. 4964, 2022.
Waheed, M. T., A. Khattab, and Y. Fahmy, "Highly Accurate Multi-Modal LTE Channel Prediction via Semantic Segmentation of Satellite Images", 2022 10th International Japan-Africa Conference on Electronics, Communications, and Computations (JAC-ECC): IEEE, pp. 90–93, 2022. Abstract
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Farag, A. A., A. G. Afif, S. A. Salih, A. A. Altalhi, E. A. Mohamed, and G. G. Mohamed, "Highly Efficient Elimination of Pb+2 and Al+3 Metal Ions from Wastewater Using Graphene Oxide/3,5-Diaminobenzoic Acid Composites: Selective Removal of Pb2+ from Real Industrial Wastewater", ACS Omega, vol. 7, pp. 38347-38360, 2022.
BinSabt, M. H., M. Abditon, and A. Galal, "Highly efficient nanocomposite‑containing coatings for the protection of Mg alloy against corrosion in chloride containing electrolytes", Applied Physics A Materials Science & Processing, vol. 128:151, 2022.
Eid, K., Q. Lu, S. sayed abdel-Azeim, A. Soliman, A. M. Abdullah, A. M. Abdelgwad, R. P. Forbes, K. I. Ozoemena, R. S. Varma, and M. Shibl, "Highly Exfoliated Ti3C2Tx MXene Nanosheets Atomically Doped with Cu for Efficient Electrochemical CO2 Reduction: An Experimental and Theoretical Study", Journal of Materials Chemistry A, vol. 10: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 1965-1975, 2022. Abstract

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Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes, , 2022.
Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, "Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes", ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 4, issue 9, pp. 6723-6730, 2022.
Wang, L., G. Li, L. Yang, H. Qu, J. Cheng, M. AbdAllah, D. A. Barakat, and H. Li, "Highly Improved Chiral-Selective Resolution in Pillar[5]arene-Functionalized Molecularly Imprinted Membranes", ACS Applied Polymer Materials, vol. 4, issue 9, pp. 6723-6730, 2022.
Gamal, Y., B. M. Younis, S. F. Hegazy, Y. Badr, M. F. O. Hameed, and S. S. A. Obayya, "Highly Sensitive Multi-Functional Plasmonic Biosensor Based on Dual Core Photonic Crystal Fiber", IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 22, no. 7: IEEE, pp. 6731–6738, 2022. Abstract
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Gamal, Y., B. M. Younis, S. F. Hegazy, Y. Badr, M. F. O. Hameed, and S. S. A. Obayya, "Highly Sensitive Multi-Functional Plasmonic Biosensor Based on Dual Core Photonic Crystal Fiber", IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 22, no. 7: IEEE, pp. 6731–6738, 2022. Abstractalhamdullah_yusuf_2022_ieeesensors.pdf

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Yosry, A., R. M. Dawood, M. Elsharkawy, A. Khairy, M. Khairy, N. G. Bader El Din, and Z. abdellatif, "Highly Sensitive Serum miRNA Panel for the Diagnosis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Egyptian Patients with HCV-Related HCC", Laboratory medicine, vol. 53, issue 5, pp. 523–529, 2022.
Daghash, Samer Mohamed, Yasin, G., Abdelnaby, E. A., T. A. Emam, I. A., and Y. S. Abouelela, "Histological and hemodynamic characterization of corpus luteum throughout the luteal phase in pregnant and non-pregnant buffalos in relation to nitric oxide levels based on its anatomical determination. ", Frontiers in veterinary science, vol. 9, pp. 896581, 2022.
Daghash, S. M., N. A. E. Yasin, E. A. Abdelnaby, I. A. Emam, A. tolba, and Y. S. abouelela, "Histological and hemodynamic characterization of corpus luteum throughout the luteal phase in pregnant and non-pregnant buffalos in relation to nitric oxide levels based on its anatomical determination.", Frontiers in veterinary science, vol. 9, pp. 896581, 2022. Abstract

This study aims to compare the complete growth and development of corpus luteum (CL) in domestic buffalos from day 5 until day 40 after ovulation either in pregnant or non-pregnant animals and whether luteal vascularity (LV) with progesterone (P4) and nitric oxide (NO) could determine luteal functionality or not. Pluriparous buffalos () were categorized as pregnant ( = 6) or non-pregnant ( = 9) after pregnancy check at day 25. Animals were subjected to ultrasound analysis to determine the CL area (cm) and LV. Blood sampling was performed following the Doppler examination. Ovarian tissue samples from non-pregnant buffalo genitalia ( = 18) and early pregnant buffalo genitalia ( = 3) were collected from great abattoirs. Luteal Doppler indices were lower in the pregnant group, while peak systolic velocity (PSV) was increased ( < 0.05) in the same pregnant females. Both P4 and NOMs were elevated ( < 0.05) in the pregnant group. There was a positive correlation ( < 0.01) between P4 and CL PSV. Based on our macroscopical examination, the CL of non-pregnant buffalos was classified into four stages. Histologically, stage I showed that CL was covered by a highly vascularized connective tissue (CT) capsule. It consisted of small and large lutein cells, whereas stage II was similar to stage I except for the presence of numerous fibroblast cells and vacuolated cells. Stage III was characterized by increasing the number of collagen fibers and the thickness of the blood vessels. Stage IV revealed thickening of the CT capsule and septae, regressed capillaries and arterioles, in addition to shrunken degenerated lutein cells. CL of pregnant buffalos revealed the same structure as CL at stage II. CL area was increased in the pregnant group. The collective data suggested that evaluation of the luteal artery could be extremely helpful to determine the potential benefits of colored and pulsed Doppler in CL vascularization assessment in both luteal and early pregnancy phases.

Magdy, S. R. Fahmy, A. S. Mohamed, R. S. Desokyand, and A. A. A. Baiomy, "Histopathological and Immunohistochemical Study of Antiosteoporotic Efficacy of the Earthworm Allolobophora caliginosa Extract in Orchiectomized Rats", International Journal of Morphology, vol. 40, issue 1, pp. 277–286, 2022.
Magdy, A., S. R. Fahmy;, A. S. Mohamed, D. Y. Saad, R. S. Desoky, and A. A. A. Baiomy, "Histopathological and Immunohistochemical Study of Antiosteoporotic Efficacy of the Earthworm Allolobophora caliginosa Extract in Orchiectomized Rats", Int. J. Morphol.,, vol. 40, issue 1, pp. 277-286, 2022.
El-Mofty, R. M. A. - M., R. R. Kassem, and L. O. Abdel-Salam, "Histopathological changes in extraocular muscles of rabbits following injection of bupivacaine 5mg/ Ml versus 7.5mg/Ml", icologyOcular & Cutaneous Toxicology, vol. 41, issue 3, pp. 210-214, 2022. bupivacaine_print.pdf
Steiner, N., R. F. Turki, W. El-Khayat, G. A. Malki, S. Tannus, and M. H. Dahan, "Histopathological profile of women who had previously failed in-vitro fertilization and the association to the outcome in the subsequent in-vitro fertilization cycle.", Obstetrics & gynecology science, vol. 65, issue 1, pp. 64-73, 2022. Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the endometrial histopathological profile of patients undergoing curettage and the association of the histopathological profile with the pregnancy outcome during the subsequent in-vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle.

METHODS: In this retrospective cohort study, a total of 248 women with at least one failed attempt of IVF and who underwent curettage and a subsequent IVF were included. Demographic data, endometrial histopathological records, stimulation information, and pregnancy outcomes were collected and analyzed.

RESULTS: The histopathological analysis of endometrial tissues showed that 130 women (52.4%) had endometrial pathologies. Of these women, 103 (41.5%) had endometrial polyps, 22 (8.9%) had chronic endometritis, and five (2.0%) had both polyps and endometritis. No statistical difference was observed between the normal histopathology group and the abnormal histopathology group in the outcome of the subsequent IVF cycle. Subgroup analyses were performed to further characterize and compare women with normal histopathology and women with endometrial polyps (polyp subgroup) or chronic endometritis (endometritis subgroup). No statistical differences were found among the three groups in the rates of pregnancy (44.1% vs. 49.5% vs. 45.5%, P=0.72), biochemical pregnancy loss (13.5% vs. 15.7% vs. 20.0%, P=0.86), clinical pregnancy loss (25.0% vs. 31.4% vs. 30.0%, P=0.77), and live birth (27.1% vs. 26.2% vs. 22.7%, P=0.91) during the subsequent IVF cycle.

CONCLUSION: Women with previously failed IVF and abnormal endometrial histopathology treated with curettage had the same outcome in the subsequent IVF cycle as women with normal endometrial histopathology.

Ahmed, Y. H., H. O. AbuBakr, I. M. Ahmad, and Z. S. O. Ahmed, "Histopathological, Immunohistochemical, And Molecular Alterations In Brain Tissue And Submandibular Salivary Gland Of Atrazine-Induced Toxicity In Male Rats", . Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 29, issue 20, pp. 30697-30711, 2022.
Yasmine H. Ahmed, Huda O. AbuBakr, I. A. Z. S. O. A. M. &, "Histopathological, Immunohistochemical, And Molecular Alterations In Brain Tissue And Submandibular Salivary Gland Of Atrazine-Induced Toxicity In Male Rats", Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 29, pp. 30697–30711, 2022.
Ahmed, Y. H., H. O. AbuBakr, I. M. Ahmad, and Z. S. O. Ahmed, "Histopathological, Immunohistochemical, And Molecular Alterations In Brain Tissue And Submandibular Salivary Gland Of Atrazine-Induced Toxicity In Male Rats.", Environmental Science and Pollution Research , 2022.