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Atef, M., S. A. Al-Samarrae, and Y. M. Hamid, "Half-life and Volume of Distribution of Trimethoprim and Sulphadoxine in Sheep and its Relation to Age and Weight", Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin Reihe A, vol. 26, no. 1: Wiley Online Library, pp. 31–36, 1979. Abstract
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M.M.Hady, "Halal and Haram in animal feeds: The big picture.", The 1st Int. conference on Halal food control., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 12-15 February, 2012.
Hossam Zawbaee, Eid Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and M. Tolba, "Hajj Human Event Classification System using Machine Learning Techniques", 13th IEEE International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems |(HIS13) Tunisia, 4-6 Dec. pp. 192-197, 2013, Tunisia, , 4-6 Dec, 2013.
Zawbaa, H. M., Eid Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and M. F. Tolba, "Hajj human event classification system using machine learning techniques", Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS), 2013 13th International Conference on: IEEE, pp. 191–196, 2013. Abstract
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Zawbaa, H. M., E. Emary, A. E. Hassanien, and M. F. Tolba, "Hajj human event classi cation system using machine learning techniques", 13th International Conference on Hybrid Intelligent Systems (HIS), Tunisia, 4-6 Dec., 2013.
El-Komy, M., A. Hassan, A. Tawdy, M. Solimon, and M. Abdelhady, "Hair loss at injection sites of mesotherapy for alopecia.", Journal of cosmetic dermatology, vol. 16, issue 4, pp. e28-e30, 2017 Dec. AbstractWebsite

BACKGROUND: The side effects of mesotherapy for treatment of various forms of alopecia are often underreported, while scientific data for its efficacy are severely lacking.

OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the late onset side effects of mesotherapy for alopecia.

METHODS: Three patients with androgenetic alopecia showed hair loss after previously uneventful mesotherapy sessions up to 1 year.

RESULTS: Clinical, dermoscopic, and histopathological findings suggested an inflammatory scaring process at sites of mesotherapy injections.

CONCLUSION: Mesotherapy for androgenetic alopecia may paradoxically induce hair loss and scarring. Proper regulation and monitoring of the use of mesotherapy products for treating hair loss in women, needs to be addressed.

El-Komy, M., A. Hassan, A. Tawdy, M. Solimon, and M. Abdelhady, "Hair loss at injection sites of mesotherapy for alopecia.", Journal of cosmetic dermatology, vol. 16, issue 4, pp. e28-e30, 2017 Dec. AbstractWebsite

BACKGROUND: The side effects of mesotherapy for treatment of various forms of alopecia are often underreported, while scientific data for its efficacy are severely lacking.

OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the late onset side effects of mesotherapy for alopecia.

METHODS: Three patients with androgenetic alopecia showed hair loss after previously uneventful mesotherapy sessions up to 1 year.

RESULTS: Clinical, dermoscopic, and histopathological findings suggested an inflammatory scaring process at sites of mesotherapy injections.

CONCLUSION: Mesotherapy for androgenetic alopecia may paradoxically induce hair loss and scarring. Proper regulation and monitoring of the use of mesotherapy products for treating hair loss in women, needs to be addressed.

M, E. - K., H. A, T. A, S. M, and H. MA, "Hair loss at injection sites of mesotherapy for alopecia.", Journal of cosmetic dermatology, 12, 2017. Abstract
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Annaby, M. H., A. E. Hamza, and K. A. Aldwoah, "Hahn Difference Operator and Associated Jackson-Norlund Integrals", Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, vol. 154, pp. 133-153, 2012.
Annaby, M.H., H. A. A. E. K. A., "Hahn Difference Operator and Associated Jackson-Nörlund Integrals", Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, vol. 154, no. 1, pp. 133-153, 2012. AbstractWebsite
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El-Ayouby, S. M., M. Abdel-Ghani, M. E. Hatem, M. S. S. Abdou, Y. A. Farag, and M. N. H. Shalabi, "Haemophilus Somnus infection as an etiological agent for reproductive disorders in cows and buffaloes", 3rd Ann. Congr. Egyptian Soc. Anim. Reprod. Fert., pp. 177, 1991.
Abdullatif, H., N. Mohsen, R. El-Sayed, F. El-Mougy, and H. El-Karaksy, "Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis presenting as neonatal liver failure: A case series.", Arab journal of gastroenterology : the official publication of the Pan-Arab Association of Gastroenterology, vol. 17, issue 2, pp. 105-9, 2016 Jun. Abstract

BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIM: Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is a life-threatening clinical syndrome with liver involvement varying from mild dysfunction to severe fulminant failure. The aim of this study was to present a case series of four HLH patients presenting with acute liver failure (ALF) in the neonatal period.

PATIENTS AND METHODS: All four patients were neonates at the onset of symptoms. They presented to Cairo University Pediatric Hospital with ALF; they underwent prompt investigations including determination of ferritin, fibrinogen, and triglyceride levels as part of our ALF workup. Further investigations were tailored according to the associated clinical features and the results of preliminary investigations.

RESULTS: HLH was diagnosed according to HLH-2004 criteria. Three patients fulfilled at least five out of eight criteria. Fever, splenomegaly, elevated ferritin levels, and low fibrinogen levels were present in all patients. The fourth patient had a serum ferritin level >10,000ng/ml, favouring the diagnosis of HLH, despite fulfilling only four out of eight criteria. For three patients, positive consanguinity and previous sibling death were reported, suggesting a genetic aetiology of HLH.

CONCLUSION: ALF can be the presenting feature of HLH; thus, a high index of suspicion is necessary. Fever is a hallmark, especially in neonates. Diagnosis is important for this potentially treatable condition.

Abdullatif, H., N. Mohsen, R. El-Sayed, F. El-Mougy, and H. El-Karaksy, "Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis presenting as neonatal liver failure: A case series.", Arab journal of gastroenterology : the official publication of the Pan-Arab Association of Gastroenterology, vol. 17, issue 2, pp. 105-9, 2016. Abstract

BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIM: Haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is a life-threatening clinical syndrome with liver involvement varying from mild dysfunction to severe fulminant failure. The aim of this study was to present a case series of four HLH patients presenting with acute liver failure (ALF) in the neonatal period.

PATIENTS AND METHODS: All four patients were neonates at the onset of symptoms. They presented to Cairo University Pediatric Hospital with ALF; they underwent prompt investigations including determination of ferritin, fibrinogen, and triglyceride levels as part of our ALF workup. Further investigations were tailored according to the associated clinical features and the results of preliminary investigations.

RESULTS: HLH was diagnosed according to HLH-2004 criteria. Three patients fulfilled at least five out of eight criteria. Fever, splenomegaly, elevated ferritin levels, and low fibrinogen levels were present in all patients. The fourth patient had a serum ferritin level >10,000ng/ml, favouring the diagnosis of HLH, despite fulfilling only four out of eight criteria. For three patients, positive consanguinity and previous sibling death were reported, suggesting a genetic aetiology of HLH.

CONCLUSION: ALF can be the presenting feature of HLH; thus, a high index of suspicion is necessary. Fever is a hallmark, especially in neonates. Diagnosis is important for this potentially treatable condition.

Ahmed, A. K., T. Sakran, K. Garo, and R. Rashad, "Haemogregarines naturally infecting three species of genus Acanthodactylus(Lacertidae: Reptilia) in Egypt: A light microscopic study.", J.Egypt.Ger.Soc.Zool., vol. 50, pp. 69-87, 2006.
Sakran, T., A. K. Ahmed, K. Garo, and R. Rashad, "Haemogregarines naturally infecting three species of genus Acanthodactylus(Lacertidae: Reptilia) in Egypt: A light microscopic study.", J.Egypt.Ger.Soc.Zool. , vol. 50, issue D, pp. 69 -87, 2006.
Al-Quraishy, S., F. Abdel-Ghaffar, M. A. Dkhil, and R. Abdel-Gaber, "Haemogregarines and Criteria for Identification", Animals, pp. 1-25, 2021.
Farrag, A., W. Ammar, A. E. abdel Hady, and N. E. Samhoon, "Haemoglobin A1c as a marker predicting extent and severity of coronary artery disease in non-diabetic patients", Acta Cardiol, vol. 2016;71, issue 5, pp. 581-585, 2016. peeters.pdf
Fattah, M. E. A., S. A. E. Mohamed, and H. M. Ahmed, Haemodynamic Response To Orotracheal Intubation. Is specific point Acupuncture of value?, : Cairo, 2011.
Youssef, S. A., A. Ramadan, N. A. Afifi, and M. D. Aziz, "Haemodynamic alterations induced by toxic level of sodium taurocholate.", DTW. Deutsche tierarztliche Wochenschrift, vol. 98, issue 2, pp. 56-60, 1991 Feb. Abstract

Haemodynamic effects of sodium taurocholate (S.T.) were studied on isolated guinea pig's auricles, rabbit's heart, rabbit's aortic strip, guinea pig's tracheal chain as well as the blood pressure and ECG pattern changes in pentobarbital anaesthetized dogs. S.T. induced significant negative inotropic and chronotropic effects on the isolated auricles of guinea pig's especially in higher concentrations. Using isolated rabbit's heart, the negative inotropic and chronotropic effects induced by S.T. were found to be depending on the concentration. Cardio-inhibitory actions of the salt are not due to either cholinergic beta 1-adrenergic blocking effect or nicotine like activity. S.T. in all tested concentrations had no effect on the contractile response of isolated rabbit's aortic strip or guinea pig's tracheal chain and did not prevent the contractile response induced by noradrenaline and histamine. In anaesthetized dogs, i.v. injections of the salt in a dose of 30 mg/kg b. wt. produced a significant decrease in systolic and diastolic pressure, but lower doses induced no significant changes. A dose of 30 mg/kg b. wt. of the salt potentiates the decrease in systolic and diastolic pressure when coadministered with the neuromuscular blocking agent, atracurium besylate. Atropine, propranolol and phentolamine did not alter the hypotensive effect of S.T. (neither cholinergic nor beta 1-adrenergic blocking effect). The electrocardiographic pattern induced by S.T. (20-30 mg/kg b. wt.) in dogs were mainly characterized by decrease in heart rate and prolongation of P-T interval.