أحمد محمد منير محمد صابر حجاب

مدرس - مدرس طب الأطفال - كلية الطب البشري

كلية الطب

العنوان: سوهاج- مدينة ناصر - شارع الجامعة



Dr. Ahmed Monir Hegab, Lecturer of Pediatrics at Faculty of Medicine, Sohag University. My main interest is Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes. I teach Pediatric Endocrinology curriculum for undergraduate medical students aiming at increasing the awareness of future physicians about this important and emerging field in Pediatric practice. I manage Specialized Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes clinic at Sohag University Hospital to provide up-to-date medical care for children with diabetes and endocrinal disorders in Sohag and neighboring governorates. I also share in conducting medical researches in the field of Pediatric Endocrinology and diabetes looking for better understanding of the nature of these disorders as well as finding the best evidence-based treatment options for our patients

2018-10-21 22:25:40
BSPED Guidelines are  now available online
https://www.bsped.org.uk/clinical-resources/guidelines The guidelines included on this page have been commissioned and endorsed by the BSPED and reflect the Society's views on best practice for the majority of patients with that condition. However, each patient should be considered as an individual in the context of their condition and other medication and therefore the readers' discretion is required in the application of ... إقراء المزيد

2018-10-19 12:43:27
ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2018
https://www.ispad.org/page/ISPADGuidelines2018 The ISPAD Guidelines 2018 are now online ISPAD’s Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines are the only comprehensive set of clinical recommendations for children, adolescents, and young adults with diabetes worldwide! Authors include experts from across the globe and a chapter on limited care for developing healthcare systems has also been developed إقراء المزيد

2018-10-19 09:12:15
A Free Globally Accessible Website For Pediatric Endocrinology
https://www.eurospe.org/education/e-learning/ g Here you enter an interactive learning environment for up to date topics in pediatric endocrinology. Medical students, fellows, specialists and tutors around the world can share, contribute and develop knowledge in an accessible and flexible way. The web portal’s structure and design facilitates Problem-based learning (PBL), which is both a teaching method and an approach to a curriculum. ... إقراء المزيد

Pediatric Endocrinology Quiz -3
Choose _THE CORRECT ANSWER_ for each of the following * GROWTH HORMONE DEFICIENCY * Is diagnosed by single blood sample test. * Is treated with monthly injection of growth hormone. * Is caused by lack of production of growth hormone by the posterior pituitary. * Can be excluded if there is advanced bone age for chronological age. * Is the ... إقراء المزيد

Pediatric Endocrinology Quiz -2
CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING * Causes of male under-verilization include all of the following except * Leydig cell hyperplasia * Metabolic defect in testosterone synthesis * 5-alpha-reductase deficiency * Partial androgen insensitivity syndrome * laboratory feature of Pseudohypoparathyroidism include * High serum calcium * High serum phosphate * Low serum Alkaline phosphatase level * Low ... إقراء المزيد

Clinical case scenario 2
Clinical Case (2) Sara is a 5 year old girl brought to Pediatric clinic by her parents who were worried about her growth. The mother noted that Sara’s shoes size did not change for 1.5 year and she is still in clothes for 2 to 3 years old girls She was born at 38 weeks by normal vaginal delivery. Her ... إقراء المزيد

Clinical case scenario 1
Case (1) Mariam is a 6.5-year-old girl who presents to the Pediatric clinic with a 1-year history of breast development. She sweats more than previously and has body odour. She has no acne. Her periods have not started. Her mother feels that she has been growing taller at a faster rate in the past year. She has headaches but these ... إقراء المزيد

Pediatric Endocrinology Quiz -1
Choose the correct answer * four year old girl presented with bilateral breasts development The cause may be all of the following except * Premature thelarche * Idiopathic precocious puberty * Thelarche variant * Classic congenital adrenal hyperplasia * McCune-Albright syndrome * Eleven year old boy presented with short stature and delayed puberty The first investigation to do for him ... إقراء المزيد