Hesham Moslem Hefny

Lecturer - مدرس بقسم الباثولوجيا الاكلينيكية

Faculty of medicine

Address: سوهاج - شارع الزهراء - 2 ش عمر بن عبدالعزيز


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2017 | Keywords
Serum Mannose - Binding Lectin in Egyptian Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C.
Abstract: Approximately 60 – 85% of HCV infections cannot eradicate the virus and progress to chronic hepatitis, this may be explained by failure in host immune responses or by the ability of HCV to defeat host defense mechanisms. Mannose-binding lectin (MBL) may play an immunomodulatory role. This work intended to evaluate the relationship of MBL concentration to chronic HCV infection. ... Read more

Genetic polymorphism of toxoplasma gondii from recently infected aborted Egyptian women.
Toxoplasmosis caused by Toxoplasma gondii is one of the most prevalent parasitic diseases in human beings. Human toxoplasmosis can be associated with serious clinical manifestations, particularly in developing fetus. The aim of the current study was to identify the possible lineage type of Toxoplasma gondii, molecularly detected in placental samples of women whose pregnancies were spontaneously terminated in the first ... Read more

2015 | Keywords HCV, Ischemic stroke, Atherosclerosis,
Characteristics of ischemic stroke in asymptomatic hepatitis C virus positive patients.
Background and aim of the study: Cerebrovascular diseases are leading cause of death worldwide. Acute ischemic cerebrovascular events, including ischemic stroke (IS) , transient ischemic attack, and lacunar syndromes, have been reported in hepatitis C virus infected patients. Various surveys were designed to study the associations and pathophysiology of ischemic stroke in patients with hepatitis C virus infected patients. The ... Read more

2013 | Keywords
Evaluation of four DNA extraction methods seeking for successful amplification of S. haematobium genomic materials in urine samples from infected cases.
Schistosomiasis demands a reliable diagnostic tool which is sensitive enough to detect low worm burden. Molecular techniques based on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) are now recommended as an alternative for diagnostic purposes. Reliable unbiased extraction of nucleic acid is a key issue in the sensitivity and usefulness of biological analyses for diagnosis of parasitic diseases. This study compared the relative ... Read more

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