Alaa- Eldin Hassan Mohamed (Alaa Elsuity)

Professor - Professor of General Surgery

Faculty of medicine

Address: 25 El-Gomhoryia Street- Elmoubarak Tower-Sohag


Impact of laparoscopic banded gastric bypass on weight loss surgery outcomes: five years’ results
ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: Evaluate 5 years outcomes of banded gastric bypass (BRYGB) as a primary and revisional bariatric procedure. METHODS: A retrospective review of all BRYGB between January 2011- March 2013. Outcomes included % Excess Weight loss(%EWL), weight loss maintenance and band related complications. RESULTS 142 patients underwent BRYGB; 106 primary and 36 conversions. Indication for conversion to BRYGB were complications ... Read more

Surgical Problems in the Newborns
The care of the newborn baby may pose many problems for doctor. From the surgical point of view these mainly concern the management of babies born with various kinds of congenital malformations. The risk of unsuspected surgical emergencies during the neonatal period has decreased over the past several years because of widespread use of ultrasonography for fetal screening. Most surgically ... Read more

Microvascular free-tissue transfer has become the best reconstructive modality of choice for many patients after head and neck cancer ablative surgery. Modern assessment of outcome after such surgical procedures now includes evaluation of QOL. Our series is a prospective study that have analyzed QOL after head and neck reconstructive surgery in Spain and in Egypt using UW-QOL. Oncologic surgeons must ... Read more

Abdominal Wall Tumors:A Retrospective and Prospective Study.
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Abdominal wall masses are not uncommon diseases that manifest with solitary or multiple lesions and can be associated with intraperitoneal diseases, Tumors of the abdominal wall may be benign locally malignant or malignant. This review aims to study the incidence and pattern of abdominal wall tumors in Sohag governorate and to address the different types of these tumors, ... Read more

The validity and reliability of the Spanish version of the University of Washington Quality of Life Questionnaire for patients with head and neck cancer
OBJECTIVE: The University of Washington Quality of Life (UW-QOL) questionnaire is one of the most widely used instruments to evaluate the quality of life of head and neck cancer patients. The aim of this study was to perform a Spanish translation and validation of the UW-QOL questionnaire. STUDY DESIGN: A cross-sectional study. SETTING: Three tertiary-care hospitals and a laryngectomee rehabilitation ... Read more

General Surgery Department, The Past, The Present And The Future
BACKGROUND:- General surgery Department, Sohag Faculty of Medicine is considered one of the First departments that began with the initiation of Sohag faculty of Medicine. The department passed through different developmental stages along the past 25 years. Several Units were initiated within the department which include; The maxillofacial Surgery Unit, Pediatric Surgery Unit, Breast Cancer Unit, Hepatopancreaticobiliary Surgery Unit, Colorectal ... Read more

Needle knief precut sphincterotomy versus standard sphincterotomy in post ERCP pancreatitis.
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Pancreatitis is the most common and serious complication to occur after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) resulting in substantial morbidity and occasional mortality. Biliary cannulation is unsuccessful during 5%–10% of ERCP procedures. Needle knife sphincterotomy (NKS) can improve success of cannulation but is often used as a last resort. Repeated attempts at cannulating the papilla of Vater and “needle-knief” ... Read more

Management of Pancreatic Cancers
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: pancreatic cancer remains a major health problem, with conventional cancer treatments having little impact on disease course. Almost all patients who have pancreatic cancer develop metastases and die, the disease is difficult to diagnose in its early stages, and most patients have incurable disease by the time they present with symptoms. The overall 5-year survival rate for this ... Read more

2013 | Keywords anoplasty, Anal Fissure, fissurectomy,
Six-month follow up of fissurectomy with or without anoplasty for chronic anal fissure: low recurrence rate and no effect on continence
BACKGROUND The management of CAF at a time shifted from surgical to medical treatment; chemical sphincterotomy through nitric oxide (NO) donors, calcium-channel blockers or botulinum toxin combined with stool softeners and life-style changes. In resistant CAF, the surgical choice is necessary. Lateral internal sphincterotomy (LIS) has long been the gold standard. Its early results have been favourable, but there is ... Read more

Impact of different surgery modalities to correct class III jaw deformities on the pharyngeal airway space
OBJECTIVE:- The objective of the study was to compare the outcome of different modalities of orthognathic surgery to correct class III jaw deformities concerning the pharyngeal airway space, especially in patients with other predisposing factors for the development of obstructive sleep apnea. METHODS:- Lateral cephalograms of 30 Japanese patients (12 males and 18 females, 24.4 [SD, 6.8] years), who underwent ... Read more