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Amer, M. S., E. A. Hassan, and F. A. Torad, "Radiographic and ultrasonographic characteristics of ventral abdominal hernia in pigeons (Columba livia)", Journal of Veterinary Medical Science: Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, pp. 17-0517, 2017. Abstract
Abdelsalam, N., A. M. Abu‑Seida, D. Fayyad, and H. Tawfik, "Radiographic and histopathologic outcomes of immature dog teeth with apical periodontitis after revascularization using propolis. An in vivo study.", Saudi Endodontic Journal, vol. 10, issue 3, pp. 199-207, 2020. propolis-reg.pdf
Pai, M., C. Kyriakides, S. Mikhail, N. Habib, D. Spalding, L. Jiao, and D. Cherqui, "Radiofrequency-assisted hepatic resection.", Annals of surgical oncology, vol. 18, issue 12, pp. 3391, 2011 Nov. Abstract

BACKGROUND: The only curative procedure to date for liver tumors is surgical resection, which remains a major procedure with marked morbidity and mortality. Radiofrequency (RF) has increasingly been used for both ablation and resection. On the basis of this technique, a new bipolar RF device, Habib 4X, has been developed and used clinically. We present our technique of liver resection with this device in a patient with colorectal liver metastases.

METHODS: A patient with situs inversus who had colorectal liver metastases in her left lobe underwent left lateral segmentectomy with the new device, a four-electrode bipolar resection device that uses RF energy for tissue necrosis. After laparotomy and intraoperative ultrasound, the plane resection was marked 1 cm away from the edge of the lesion. Coagulative desiccation was performed along this plane using this sealer connected to a RF generator. The necrosed band of parenchyma was then divided with a scalpel and resection completed.

RESULTS: The length of the procedure was 105 minutes; resection time was 35 minutes. Total blood loss was 100 ml. No blood transfusions were required, and the patient was not admitted to the intensive care unit after surgery. The patient was discharged 10 days after surgery without any surgical complications.

CONCLUSIONS: We think that RF-assisted liver resection with this new device is safe and effective. It is quicker than conventional RF and may reduce overall hospital stay in liver resection patients.

Aal, A. A. E., Hesham El Aassar, Mohamed Hammouda, K. Hussien, M. M. Sherif Hamed, and S. M. Hassan Khaled, "Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation. Pulmonary Vein Osteal Isolation vs. 3-D Guided Circumferential Ablation", Egyptian Heart J 58(3): 595-604, September. 2006., Submitted.
Pai, M., A. E. Frampton, S. Mikhail, V. Resende, O. Kornasiewicz, D. R. Spalding, L. R. Jiao, and N. A. Habib, "Radiofrequency assisted liver resection: analysis of 604 consecutive cases.", European journal of surgical oncology : the journal of the European Society of Surgical Oncology and the British Association of Surgical Oncology, vol. 38, issue 3, pp. 274-80, 2012 Mar. Abstract

BACKGROUND: Intraoperative blood loss is an important factor contributing to morbidity and mortality in liver surgery. To address this we developed a bipolar radiofrequency (RF) device, the Habib 4X, used specifically for hepatic parenchymal transection. The aim of this study was to prospectively assess the peri-operative data using this technique.

METHODS: Between 2001 and 2010, 604 consecutive patients underwent liver resections with the RF assisted technique. Clinico-pathological and outcome data were collected and analysed.

RESULTS: There were 206 major and 398 minor hepatectomies. Median intraoperative blood loss was 155 (range 0-4300)ml, with a 12.6% rate of transfusion. There were 142 patients (23.5%) with postoperative complications; none had bleeding from the resection margin. Only one patient developed liver failure and the mortality rate was 1.8%.

CONCLUSIONS: RF assisted liver resection allows major and minor hepatectomies to be performed with minimal blood loss, low blood transfusion requirements, and reduced mortality and morbidity rates.

Hosny, A. S., M. H. E. E. Arab, and A. A. E. R. Mohamed, "Radiofrequency ablation versus high ligation and stripping of great saphenous veins (short term results) (Prospective comparative randomized study)", Kasr El-Aini Journal of Surgery, 2019.
Morsy, A., H. Moharram, I. Hamed, H. El-Zawahry, and R. Tabashy, "Radiofrequency Ablation in Unresectable Hepatocellular Carcinoma", Journal of the Egyptian National Cancer Institute , vol. 15, issue 4, pp. 293-302, 2003.
, Radioffequency ablation of non hepatic neoplasms, , Cairo, Cairo university, 2013.
Ebaid, Y. Y., Y. Hassan, and W. M. Elshemey, "Radioecological impact and the associated hazards due to norm from oil and gas production facility in the western desert of Egypt", Radiation Protection Dosimetry, vol. 190, no. 2, pp. 165-175, 2020. AbstractWebsite
Marniemi, J., and M. G. Parkki, "Radiochemical assay of glutathione S-epoxide transferase and its enhancement by phenobarbital in rat liver in vivo.", Biochemical pharmacology, vol. 24, issue 17, pp. 1569-72, 1975 Sep 1. Abstract
Elshemey, W. M., A. A. Elsayed, and A. A. Elshabini, "Radioactivity distribution and isocount mapping in tissue equivalent phantom using slow coincidence arrangement", Radiation Physics and Chemistry, vol. 47, no. 5, pp. 723-726, 1996. AbstractWebsite
Eldougdoug, A., H. I. E. Hassnein, H. S. O. Aboelnaga, and A. - M. G. Nadi, "Radioactive anomalies associated with the graphite-bearing metasediments, Wadi Umm Gheig area, Central Eastern Desert, Egypt", Arabian Journal of Geosciences , vol. 111-12, pp. 1-12, 2018.
Samer, M., W. Berg, H. - J. Müller, M. Fiedler, M. Gläser, C. Ammon, P. Sanftleben, and R. Brunsch, "Radioactive 85Kr and CO2-balance for ventilation rate measurements and gaseous emissions quantification through naturally ventilated barns", Transactions of the ASABE, vol. 54, issue 3, pp. 1137-1148, 2011.
Samer, M., W. Berg, H. - J. Muller, M. Fiedler, M. Glaser, C. Ammon, P. Sanftleben, and R. Brunsch, "Radioactive 85kr And Co2 Balance For Ventilation Rate Measurements And Gaseous Emissions Quantification Through Naturally Ventilated Barns", Transactions of the ASABE, 2011. Abstract

Animal housing is a major source of gaseous emissions, such as ammonia (NH3), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), and carbon dioxide (CO2). Ammonia is an atmospheric pollutant and responsible for eutrophication and soil acidification, while CO2, CH4, and N2O are greenhouse gases (GHG) that contribute to global warming. The quantification of gaseous emissions from livestock buildings with natural ventilation systems is a particularly difficult task and is associated with uncertainties that are largely unknown. One key issue is to measure the ventilation rate and then to quantify the gaseous emissions. Therefore, in this study, the ventilation rate was determined by three different methods simultaneously. Field experiments were carried out to study the ventilation rate in a naturally ventilated dairy barn located in northern Germany during the summer seasons from 2006 to 2010. The air exchange rates (AER) as well as the ventilation rates were determined by the decay of the radioactive tracer krypton-85, the carbon dioxide (CO2) balance, which was used as the reference method in this study, and the combined effects of wind pressure and temperature difference forces (WT method). Subsequently, the results were compared with each other by carrying out Pearson correlation analysis and developing a regression model.

El-Gebaly, R. H., M. M. Rageh, and I. K. Maamoun, "Radio-protective potential of lipoic acid free and nano-capsule against 99mTc-MIBI induced injury in cardio vascular tissue", Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology , vol. 27, pp. 83-96, 2019.
El-Gebaly, R. H., M. M. Rageh, and I. K. and Maamoun, "Radio-protective potential of lipoic acid free and nano-capsule against 99mTc-MIBI induced injury in cardio vascular tissue", Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology, vol. 27, pp. 83-96, 2019.
Elgendy, O. A., M. H. Ismail, and K. M. F. Elsayed, "Radio resource management for LTE-A relay-enhanced cells with spatial reuse and max–min fairness", Telecommunication Systems, vol. 68, no. 4: Springer US, pp. 643–655, 2018. Abstractradio_resource_management_for_lte-a_relay-enhanced_cells.pdf


Elgendy, O., M. H. Ismail, and K. Elsayed, "Radio Resource Management for LTE-A Relay-Enhanced Cells with Spatial Reuse and Max-Min Fairness", Telecommunication Systems, vol. 68, issue 4, pp. 643–655, 2018.
Abdelhak, Y. I., F. Kamel, M. Hafez, H. E. Kotb, H. A. Omran, T. Ismail, and H. Mostafa, "Radio Optical Network Simulation Tool (RONST)", CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 71, no. 2: doi:10.32604/cmc.2022.022470, pp. 3685–3702, 2022. Abstract
H.Atia, M., H. M. Omar, and M. S. El-Din, "Radio density of root canal dentin lased with CO2 laser in presence of two different irrigating solutions.", Cairo Dental Journal, vol. 22, pp. 295-299, 2006.
Tabashy, R., A. Gaballah, A. Shabana, and S. Eid, "Radifrequency Ablation of Colorectal Liver Metastases", The Egyptian Journal of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine, vol. 39, issue 2, pp. 783-794, 2008.
Mokhtar, S. M., M. W. Sabaa, S. S. Elkholy, and M. Z. Elsabee, "Radical Polymerization and Copolymerization Behavior of Cyanoethanoyl- 4 – acryloyl – thiosemicarbzide", Journal of Polymer Research, vol. 7,4, pp. 229-235, 2000.
M., M. S., M. Z. Elsabee, E. S., and S. M. S, "Radical Polymerization and Copolymerization Behavior of N- Acryloyl, N- Cyano acetohydrazide", Polymer J. (Japan) , vol. 29, 12, pp. 964, 1997.