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Rezk, H. M., and N. A. Shaker, "Parotid and Mandibular Salivary Glands Segmentation Of The One Humped Dromedary Camel (Camelus dromedarius)", International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, vol. 4, issue 11, pp. 32-41, 2017.
Rezk, H. M., and N. A. Shaker, "Parotid and Mandibular Salivary Glands Segmentation Of The One Humped Dromedary Camel (Camelus dromedarius)", International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, vol. 4, issue 11, pp. 32-41, 2017.
ElBeltagi, M. N., "Parotid adenoid cystic carcinoma: Retrospective single institute analysis.", American journal of otolaryngology, vol. 39, issue 3, pp. 369, 2018.
Tayie, M. Salman & Dashti, M. I., "Parliament and Foreign Policy-Making Process", Asian Social Science Journal, vol. 14, issue (2), 2018.
, "Parity-Violating Electron Scattering from He 4 and the Strange Electric Form Factor of the Nucleon", Physical review letters, vol. 96, no. 2: American Physical Society, pp. 022003, 2006. Abstract
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, "Parity-Violating Electron Scattering from 4He and the Strange Electric Form Factor of the Nucleon", Phys. Rev. Lett., vol. 96, no. nucl-ex/0506010, pp. 022003, 2005. Abstract
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Elamragy, A. A., "PARIS: A good start for exercise in HFPEF", Global Cardiology Science and Practice, vol. 2014, no. 3: Hamad bin Khalifa University Press (HBKU Press), pp. 40, 2014. Abstract
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HAK, M. G. A. D. E. K., "Paris, Le Caire et Sao Paulo a travers le site de TV5MONDE", Dialogues et Cultures, vol. 59, issue 1, pp. 17-34, 2013.
Elshahhat, A., E. - S. A. El-Sherpieny, and A. S. Hassan, "The Pareto–Poisson Distribution: Characteristics, Estimations and Engineering Applications", Sankhy¯a A: The Indian Journal of Statistics, 2023. pareto-poisson-elshahhat-etal.2022-corrected.pdf
Abou-El-Enien, T. H. M., "Pareto optimal solutions for fractional multi-objective optimization problems using MATLAB", AMSE Journals, Advances in Modelling and Analysis C, vol. 73, issue 3, pp. 88-90, 2018.
Bonakdari, H., I. Ebtehaj, A. H. Azimi, P. Samui, ahmed a sattar, A. Jamali, S. H. A. Talesh, A. Mosavi, and B. Gharabaghi, "Pareto design of multiobjective evolutionary neuro-fuzzy system for predicting scour depth around bridge piers", Water Engineering Modeling and Mathematic Tools, pp. 491 – 517, 2021. AbstractWebsite
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Bonakdari, H., I. Ebtehaj, A. H. Azimi, P. Samui, A. A. Sattar, A. Jamali, S. H. A. Talesh, A. Mosavi, and B. Gharabaghi, "Pareto design of multiobjective evolutionary neuro-fuzzy system for predicting scour depth around bridge piers", Water Engineering Modeling and Mathematic Tools, pp. 491 - 517, 2021. Abstract
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Abd El-Ghafour, M., S. A. Elkordy, M. S. M. Fayed, A. R. El-Beialy, and F. H. K. Eid, "Parents’ Acceptance to Alveolar and Nasoalveolar Molding Appliances During Early Cleft Lip and Palate Care: A Call for High-Quality Research", OAMJMS, Submitted.
Ali, N. F. S. T., K. A. EI-Razek, A. A. Ewais, and N. D. E. I. - D. A. El-Hamid, Parents' Quality of Life and It's Relationship to Happiness of Their Deaf Children, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2013. Abstractnagat_fathy_said_taha_ali.pdf

The Current study aimed at identifying the quality of life for parents of deaf
children and its relationship to the happiness feeling of their children. The
researcher used the descriptive method of research. The Sample of the study
consisted of two groups of children: the first Group consisted of 40 deaf children
aged between 5-7 years with their parents (mothers- fathers) at AI Amal School
for Deaf and hard of hearing at Lebanon Square at Giza Governorate, AI Amal
School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Shubra at Cairo Governorate, and AI
Amal School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing at Sayeda Zeinab at Cairo
Governorate. Second group consisted of 50 normal children aged between 5-7
years and their parents (mother- father) at AI Madina AI Jam'ia, Dokki at Gaiza
Governorate. The results of the study showed that There were statistically
significant differences between mean scores of normal children's parents and
parents of deaf children in quality of life feelings in favor of normal children's
parents.There were statistically significant differences between mean scores of
normal children's mothers and mothers of deaf children in quality of life feelings
in favor of normal children's mothers. There were no statistically significant
differences between mean scores of normal children's mothers and mothers of deaf
children in quality of life feelings. There were no statistically significant
differences between mean scores of deaf and normal children on the happiness
feeling index. There Were statistically significant differences between score means
of deaf children for high sensitive parents of life quality, and score means of deaf
children for low sensitive parents of life quality on the scale of feeling happiness
in each of (family dimension and total degree on the scale) in favor of deaf
children for high sensitive parents of life quality.

, "Parents Responses to Religious and Sexual TV. Content: The Third-Person Perception and Parental Mediation", The conference of Family, communication and Age Challenges , Cairo University, Egypt, 2009. parents_responses12-2007.pdf
El-Malla, H., U. Kreicbergs, G. Steineck, U. Wilderäng, Y. E. S. Elborai, and N. Ylitalo, "Parental trust in health care—a prospective study from the Children's Cancer Hospital in Egypt", Psycho-oncology, vol. 22, issue 3, pp. 548-554, 2013. parental_trust_in_health_care.pdf
Shahawy, O. E., F. Abdelgawad, N. Wassef, M. Ali, and M. Wanis, "Parental satisfaction with pediatric dental service provided by interns in an Egyptian Governmental Dental School", International Journal of Pediatric Dentistry, vol. 23, issue suppl. s1, pp. 173-174, 2013.
Ezzat, S., O. Saeedi, D. 'aA. Saleh, H. Hamzeh, M. A. Hamid, N. Crowell, C. Boostrom, C. A. Loffredo, and I. A. Jillson, "Parental perceptions of congenital cardiovascular malformations in their children.", Cardiology in the young, vol. 26, issue 6, pp. 1158-67, 2016 Aug. Abstractparental-perceptions-of-congenital-cardiovascular-malformations-in-their-children.pdf

We assessed parental attitudes towards congenital cardiovascular malformations in their children in a cross-sectional study in Egypt. Parents face many problems related to concerns about their child's prognosis, but these associations with parental stress have never been evaluated in Egypt or examined in relation to religiosity in a predominantly Muslim society. Accordingly, we conducted interviews in Cairo with mothers of 99 sequential infants born with conotruncal heart malformations (cases) and 65 mothers of age-matched controls. The survey assessed healthcare access and usage, knowledge of congenital cardiovascular malformations, religiosity, the Locus of Control Scale, and the Parenting Stress Index. Results showed that 45% of the mothers of cases had correct knowledge about their child's diagnosis; 85% were satisfied with the clinical care; and 79% reported that the cost of care was burdensome. Compared with parents of cases, parents of controls were more likely to report stress overall and all its subscales. Regarding belief about locus of control over health, God as a determining factor was given the highest endorsement. Mothers in the congenital cardiovascular malformations group reported a higher level of parental locus of control than did those in the control group. The correlations between stress and locus of control were stronger in the control than in the case group. Religiosity was related neither to stress nor to locus of control. Future studies can explore the roles that personal, familial, and societal factors play in exacerbating or reducing stress levels among parents of sick children, particularly in developing countries where economic pressures are acute.

Kamel, H. A. E. - M. A., M. M. A. Gad, and G. Mahmoud, Parental Education Philosophy and Role in Educating Pre-School Child in Light of the Directives of Quran Kareem and Sunnah of the Prophet, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2012. Abstracthanaa_abd_el-monem_atteya_kamel.pdf

The study aims at identifying the Parental education philosophy and role in
educating pre-school children in light of the directives of Quran Kareem and
sunnah of the prophet. The researcher has used the analytical descriptive method,
and the analytical critical method. The sample of the study comprised of (150)
kindergarten teachers in rural and urban areas in the Governorate of Dakahlleya,
and has also included (210) parents of the children enrolled in the rural and urban
area kindergartens in the Governorate of Dakahlleya, and has also included (70)
children, male and female in rural and urban areas in the Governorate of
Dakahlleya. The researcher used study tools, represented in (a questionnaire for all
teachers and parents, and an observation card for children).
Findings have demonstrated:
By applying T-test between the two groups of the study sample (rural and urban
children), the result came insignificant, meaning, there were no statistically
significant differences between the two groups in fulfillment of the observation
card dimensions, which means that the indicators significant of such dimensions
do not realize in rural and urban area kindergartens.