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Ahmed Roshdi Hamed Ahmed

Assistant Professor - Assistantt Professor of Pathology

Faculty of medicine

Address: Sohag, Naser City.

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Pediatric Chronic Liver Diseases: A Clinicopathological Study from a Tertiary Care Center
Chronic liver diseases (CLD) in children represent a growing health problem with significant morbidity and mortality. This study aimed to define the clinicopathological pattern of pediatric CLD in Sohag University Hospital, Sohag,Upper Egypt. A total of 151children with CLD were included in a prospective hospital-based study from June 2014 to May 2018. Cases of acute liver illness or hepatic focal ... Read more

Non Invasive Diagnostic Methods for Differentiation of Biliary Atresia from Neonatal Hepatitis in Upper Egypt
Background Cholestatic jaundice in infancy is always pathologic and mainly caused by biliary atresia (BA) and neonatal hepatitis (NH). The early discrimination of both conditions is critical for the outcome of We aimed to assess different non-invasive diagnostic tools in differentiating BA from NH. Materials and Methods Forty infants (25 boys, 15 girls) with cholestatic jaundice and final diagnosis of ... Read more

New insights inside the interdigitating dendritic cell sarcoma-pooled analysis and review of literature.
Interdigitating dendritic cell sarcoma is a rare haematological neoplasm with high debatable management protocols. The data extracted from 127 case reports published between 1981 and 2018 were analysed. The median age at diagnosis was 58 years with a male to female ratio of 1.65:1. The median OS and PFS of IDCS were 12 and 6 months, respectively, with a disease-specific ... Read more

Tongue base schwannoma; a literature review with a new case presentation
Head and neck schwannomas represent a considerable percentage of extracranial schwannomas. However, intraoral locations are very rare. Schwannomas of the tongue base have been sporadically reported. The exceedingly paucity of literature reports in this location made them usually skipped out when evaluating a tongue base mass. In this work, we aimed to review the literature about this tumor and to ... Read more

Cardiac Myxomas: A single center experience and ten-years follow up
Background: Cardiac myxoma is a benign tumor that carries the risk of embolization and obstruction of the blood flow. The ideal surgical approach is still debatable. We present our experience in the surgical treatment of cardiac myxomas and its ideal surgical approach. Methods: We retrospectively analyzed the data for all patients who underwent surgical excision of cardiac myxoma at our ... Read more

Design And Characterisation Of Novel Sorafenib-Loaded Carbon Nanotubes With Distinct Tumour-Suppressive Activity InHepatocellular Carcinoma
PURPOSE Over the past 30 years, no consistent survival benefits have been recorded for anticancer agents of advanced hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), except for the multikinase inhibitor sorafenib (Nexavar®), which clinically achieves only ~3 months overall survival benefit. This modest benefit is attributed to limited aqueous solubility, slow dissolution rate and, consequently, limited absorption from the gastrointestinal tract. Thus, novel formulation ... Read more

Management of presumed trematode induced granulomatous uveitis in pediatric patients
To outline the management of newly identified trematodeinduceduveitis in pediatric patients STUDY DESIGN: Prospective interventional case series METHODS: Patients with distinctive uveitis were recruited to either receive steroid monotherapy or undergo surgical excision of the inflammatory lesions based on a scoring system. Outcome measures included best corrected visual acuity (BCVA), intraocular inflammatory activity, and incidence of ophthalmic complications RESULTS: 170 ... Read more

Non-Invasive Diagnostic Methods for Differentiation of Biliary Atresia from Neonatal Hepatitis in Upper Egypt
Cholestatic jaundice in infancy is always pathologic and mainly caused by biliary atresia (BA), and neonatal hepatitis (NH). The early discrimination of both conditions is critical for the outcome of BA. We aimed to assess different non-invasive diagnostic tools in differentiating BA from Nh. Forty infants (25 boys, 15 girls) with cholestatic jaundice and final diagnosis of BA (n=17), and ... Read more

2017 | Keywords Pediatric, Liver tumors, South Egypt,
Pattern and Outcome of primary Liver Tumors in Children: A 10 years report from single oncology center in Upper Egypt
Background: Primary malignant liver tumors are uncommon in children with hepatoblastoma (HB) and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) are the most common. Objective: To study frequency, types, clinical presentation and outcome of liver tumors in children at Sohag Cancer Center (SCC). Materials and Methods: Data were retrieved from files of all cases with hepatic focal lesions presented to Pediatric Oncology Department at ... Read more

2017 | Keywords dermoscopy, skin biopsy, skin tumors,
Dermoscopy versus skin biopsy in diagnosis of suspicious skin lesions
Background Dermoscopy is a simple and inexpensive diagnostic technique that permits the visualization of morphologic features that are not visible to the naked eye, forming a link between clinical dermatology and microscopic dermatopathology. For many years, skin biopsy was considered the only definite diagnostic tool that confirms or excludes the clinical diagnosis. Skin biopsies are invasive and have many adverse ... Read more