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Ghoneim, N. H., K. A. Abdel-moein, D. A. Hamza, and N. M. Hagag, "Occurrence of human hepatitis E virus in Norway rats: A zoonotic potential with great public health implications", Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical disease, vol. 6, issue 9, pp. 718-721, 2016.
Abdel-moein, K. A., and D. A. Hamza, "Occurrence of human pathogenic Clostridium botulinum among healthy dairy animals: an emerging public health hazard.", Pathogens and global health, vol. 110, issue 1, pp. 25-9, 2016. Abstract

The current study was conducted to investigate the occurrence of human pathogenic Clostridium botulinum in the feces of dairy animals. Fecal samples were collected from 203 apparently healthy dairy animals (50 cattle, 50 buffaloes, 52 sheep, 51 goats). Samples were cultured to recover C. botulinum while human pathogenic C. botulinum strains were identified after screening of all C. botulinum isolates for the presence of genes that encode toxins type A, B, E, F. The overall prevalence of C. botulinum was 18.7% whereas human pathogenic C. botulinum strains (only type A) were isolated from six animals at the rates of 2, 2, 5.8, and 2% for cattle, buffaloes, sheep, and goats, respectively. High fecal carriage rates of C. botulinum among apparently healthy dairy animals especially type A alarm both veterinary and public health communities for a potential role which may be played by dairy animals in the epidemiology of such pathogen.

EL-Sayed, S. F., N. A. R. El-Houda, A. Abdel-Wahab, and A. M. Hanafy, "Occurrence of lettuce Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. Lactucae in Egypt and its management by using solarization, metam sodium and certain of bioproducts", Bioscience Research, vol. 15, issue 2, pp. 602-609, 2018.
Shaker, A. A., A. Samir, H. M. Zaher, and K. A. Abdel-moein, "Occurrence of Major Human Extraintestinal Pathogenic Escherichia coli Sequence Types Among Diarrheic Pet Animals: A Potential Public Health Threat", Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, vol. 23, pp. 568-575, 2023.
Abdel-Halim, Abou-Zeid, A., W. Redaa, and M.: Refai, "Occurrence of Microsporum gypseum in some Egyptian soil inhabited by animals.", Vet. Med. J. , vol. 38, , pp. 173-181 , 1990. occurrencee_of_m.g._in_soil.pdf
Abdel-moein, K. A., and H. M. Zaher, "Occurrence of multidrug-resistant methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus among healthy farm animals: a public health concern", International Journal of Veterinary Science and Medicine, vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 55-60, 2019.
K.A.Abdel-Moein, and H.M.Zaher, "Occurrence of multidrug-resistant methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus among healthy farm animals: a public health concern", International Journal of Veterinary Science and Medicine, vol. 7, issue 1, pp. 55-60, 2019.
Al-Rehiayani, S., and A. A. Farahat, "Occurrence of Pasteuria Penetrans in Al-Qassim, Saudi Sarabia.", J. of Nematol., vol. 31, issue 4, pp. 521, 1999.
Abbass, M. M. S., D. Rady, I. A. Radwan, S. El Moshy, N. AbuBakr, M. Ramadan, N. Yussif, and A. Al Jawaldeh, "The occurrence of periodontal diseases and its correlation with different risk factors among a convenient sample of adult Egyptian population: a cross-sectional study", F1000Research, vol. 8: Faculty of 1000 Ltd, 2019. Abstract
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Ghanem, G. A. M., "Occurrence of prunus necrotic ring spot ilarvirus (PNRSV)in orchards plum and peach cultivars in Egypt.", Egypt. J. Phytopathol., vol. 28, issue 1, pp. 81-94, 2000. Abstract
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Abdel-Hamid, H. M., H. I. Rizk, and S. Magdy, "Occurrence of pulmonary residuals as one of the sequelae of COVID-19 and it's predictors among moderate and severe cases.", The Indian journal of tuberculosis, vol. 68, issue 4, pp. 450-456, 2021. Abstractoccurrence_of_pulmonary_residuals_as_one_of_the_sequelae_of_covid-19_and_its_predictors_among_moderate_and_severe_cases.pdfpulmonary_residuals.pdf

BACKGROUND: Moderate and severe COVID-19 patients typically present with pneumonia. In this study we aimed to detect the occurrence of pulmonary residuals as a late sequela of COVID-19 and to identify it's predictors among moderate and severe cases.

METHODS: This observational prospective study involved 85 COVID-19 patients confirmed by real time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) nasopharyngeal swab, patients were recruited in the period of 1 st of June to 1 st of July. Demographic and clinical data were obtained for each patient. Chest imaging was performed initially and after 3 weeks to detect post COVID pulmonary residuals.

RESULTS: The study population included 74 (87.1%) moderate and 11 (12.9%) severe patients. Patients with older age, male gender, high BMI and initial chest CT of consolidation/mixed consolidation and ground glass opacities (GGOs) had more frequent post COVID-19 pulmonary residuals (P 0.003, 0.026, 0.031, 0.035) respectively. There was a statistically significant difference between patients who showed complete resolution and patients who developed pulmonary residuals regarding the lymphocyte count, serum CRP and ferritin levels (P 0.0001). After logistic regression, male gender, high BMI, initial chest CT of consolidation/mixed consolidation and GGOs, lymphocytopenia, high serum CRP and ferritin levels were the predictors of pulmonary residuals. While the age wasn't statistically significant.

CONCLUSION: 38.5% of moderate and severe COVID-19 patients tend to have pulmonary residuals. Independent predictors of pulmonary residuals as a sequela of COVID-19 are male gender, high BMI, initial chest CT of consolidation and mixed consolidation/GGOs, lymphocytopenia, high serum CRP and ferritin levels.

Abdel-Salam, A.M., E. - S. M. A., "Occurrence of rhizomania of sugarbeet in Egypt associated with beet necrotic yellow vein benyvirus infection.", Arab J. Biotech., vol. 5, no. (1), pp. 135–150, 2002. Abstract
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Ahmed, A. A. E. - E., E. A. H. Khatab, and M. S. Shafie, "Occurrence of Rose Colour Break Tobamovirus in Egypt", Egyptian J. Virol, vol. 1, pp. 239-249, 2004. Abstract
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Abdelmalek, S., M. Kadry, E. A. Elshafiee, and W. Hamed, "Occurrence of Salmonella infection and antimicrobial susceptibility for local Salmonella isolates from different sources in a cross-sectional study", Italian Journal of Food Safety, vol. 8, issue 4, 2019.
Safwat, E., Saad, F., H. El Sawah, and M.: Refai, "Occurrence of salmonellae in imported sheep, cattle and camels slaughtered at Cairo abattoir..5)", J. Egypt. Vet. Med. J., vol. 45, , pp. 4, 37-42 , 1985. salmonella_in_ducks_and_eggs.pdf
Abdel-Ghani, M., M. H. Amira, and Y. Safaa, "Occurrence of salmonellae in sheep and goats in Egypt", J. Egypt. Vet. Med. Assoc., vol. 47, issue 1 and 2, pp. 161 -170, 1987.
Abdel-Salam, A. M., "The occurrence of Sugarcane bacilliform virus on sugarcane in Egypt.", Egyptian. J. Virol, vol. 11, no. (2), pp. 210–218, 2014. Abstract
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Attia, M. F., and N. E. - H. A. Reyad, "Occurrence of the conidial state of Erysiphe austraiana on Crape Myrtle (Lagestroemia indica) in Egypt", Egypt. Egypt. J. Phytopathol, vol. 42 , issue 2, pp. 199-200, 2014.
Fathy, M., K. A. Abdel-moein, W. A. Osman, A. H. M. E. D. M. ERFAN, A. Prince, A. A. Elgabaly, and A. M. Elkattan, "Occurrence of Toxigenic Clostridium difficile among Diarrheic Sheep and Goats in Rural Settings: Public Health Concern", International Journal of Veterinary Science, vol. https://doi.org/10.47278/journal.ijvs/2022.156, pp. 2305-4360, 2022.
Zschock, M., A. A. A. El Sayed, and H. P. Hamann, Occurrence of verotoxin-forming Escherichia coli in cows suffering from mastitis., , vol. 53, issue 6: AVA AGRARVERLAG PROSCHESTR 2, 87437 KEMPTEN, GERMANY, pp. 307 - 309, 1998. Abstract
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Hamed, O. M., M. A. Sabry, N. A. Hassanain, E. Hamza, A. G. Hegazi, and M. B. Salman, "Occurrence of virulent and antibiotic-resistant Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in some food products and human stool in Egypt", Veterinary World, vol. 10, issue 10, pp. 1233-1240, 2017. e.coli_paper.pdf
Hamed, O. M., M. A. Sabry, N. A. Hassanain, E. Hamza, A. G. Hegazi, and M. B. Salman, "Occurrence of virulent and antibiotic-resistant Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in some food products and human stool in Egypt.", Veterinary World, EISSN: 2231-0916, vol. 10, issue 10, pp. 1233-1240, 2017. vetworld-10-1233.pdf
H. Nahed, G., W. W. M. Reda, and S. M. Nader, "Occurrence of Zoonotic Sarcosporidiosis in Slaughtered Cattle and Buffaloes in Different Abattoirs in Egypt", Global Veterinaria, vol. 13, pp. 809-813, 2014. AbstractWebsite

Sarcosporidiosis is a zoonotic disease in domestic animals caused by sarcocystis sp., a cyst forming
coccidian parasite with obligatory two host life cycle involving carnivorous as a definitive host and
herbivorous or omnivorous as an intermediate host. This work was carried out to study the occurrence of
sarcocystis sp., in different abattoirs of Cairo and Giza governorates, Egypt. A total of 103 slaughtered cattle
and buffaloes were examined for the presence of either macroscopic or microscopic sarcocysts using naked eye
examination and peptic digestion and histological examination for detecting bradyzoites. Of 61 cattle examined
in abattoirs, 37 were found to be infected, with an overall prevalence 60%, while of 42 buffaloes examined in
abattoirs, 29 were found to be infected, with an overall 69%. The results proved higher occurrence rate of
Sarcocyst in both cattle and buffaloes.

Hussein Kaoud, A.R. El-Dahshan, Z. S. A. N. M. M., "Occurrence off Mannheimia haemolytica and Pasteurella trehalosi among Ruminants in Egypt.", New York Science Journal., vol. 3, no. 5, pp. 135–142, 2010. Abstract
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