ا.د/حسان محمد النادى

Professor - Professor of Neurology

Faculty of medicine

Address: Neurology Department, Faculty of medicine, Sohag University, Sohag


2021 | Keywords Recurrent ischemic stroke,
Adherence to antithrombotic treatment and ischemic stroke recurrence in Egypt and Germany: a comparative analysis
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Have the malaria eradication measures been behind the COVID-19 pandemic? (opinion article)
The world is now facing a pandemic of the novel Corona virus (COVID-19), medical experts are puzzled and searching for some explanation. It is the responsibility of all of us working in the medical field to observe, think, and ask to inspire those who are more specialized in dealing with this disaster. On 30 January 2020, WHO announced the 2019‐nCoV ... Read more

2018 | Keywords acute stroke, Urinary Tract In,
Stroke Severity Is the Major Player in Post-Stroke Urinary Tract Infection in Patients with First Ever Ischemic Stroke
BACKGROUND: Urinary tract infections UTIs occur repeatedly after stroke and are related to bad outcomes with increased rates of deterioration in neurological state during hospitalization, death or long term disability as well as increased length of hospitalization. Factors found to predict UTI include stroke severity, depressed consciousness level, increased post-void residual urine volume, and diabetes mellitus. Stroke severity appears to ... Read more

Helicobacter pylori infection in women with nonmenstrual migraine without aura: A case-control study
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND AND AIM OF THE STUDY: In the last 2 decades, a relation between Helicobacter pylori (HP) chronic infection and migraine has been studied but the results of these studies are controversial. The aim of this study was to determine whether current or previous exposure to HP infection is a risk factor in women with non-menstrual migraine without aura, ... Read more

The potential role of cell surface complement regulators and circulating CD4+ CD25+ T-cells in the development of autoimmune myasthenia gravis
ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION: CD4+CD25+ regulatory T-lymphocytes (T-regs) and regulators of complement activity (RCA) involving CD55 and CD59 play an important role in the prevention of autoimmune diseases. However their role in the pathogenesis of human autoimmune myasthenia gravis (MG) remains unclear. This study aimed to determine the frequency of peripheral blood T-regs and CD4+ T-helper (T-helper) cells and the RBCs level ... Read more

2016 | Keywords Adenoids P300,
Cognitive Event-Related Potentials in Patients With Adenoid Hypertrophy: A Case–Control Pilot Study
PURPOSE: Children with adenoid hypertrophy commonly have sleep-disordered breathing. Sleep-disordered breathing is associated with various neurocognitive problems. The aim of this study was to assess the cognitive function in those patients using cognitive event-related potentials. METHODS: Twenty-three patients with moderate to severe adenoid hypertrophy were compared with 20 healthy controls. The intelligence quotient was performed for all study participants. The ... Read more

Seasonality and First Ever Ischemic Stroke, In Sohag University Hospital, Sohag, Egypt
ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION:_ The effect of Seasonality on stroke has been reported in several regions worldwide. Nevertheless, there is inadequate data related to these phenomena in other areas__. __The aim of the present study was to investigate the possible effect of seasonality on first ever ischemic stroke (FEIS). _ PATIENTS AND METHODS:_A total of 350 patients __with first ever ischemic stroke ... Read more

2015 | Keywords HCV,
Characteristics of ischemic stroke in asymptomatic hepatitis C virus positive patients
Abstract: 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. ... Read more

Using the Canadian and Scandinavian Stroke Scales for prediction of short-term outcome in ischemic stroke patients in Sohag, Upper Egypt. Is there a difference?
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Among stroke scales we considered the Canadian Stroke Scale (CSS) and Scandinavian Stroke Scale (SSS) as the most suitable and most simple to be applied on our population for further generalization on other community hospitals. OBJECTIVE: We aimed to determine which one of the two scales has the best predictive power of outcome. SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Equally trained ... Read more

2012 | Keywords Renal impairment,
Acute renal impairment in stroke patients; an Upper Egypt clinical, laboratory and radiological study
Abstract Background: acute renal impairment is a common complication after acute stroke. More than one fourth of patients developed acute kidney injury in the first 2 days after the ictus. Aim of the work: To study the prevalence of acute renal impairment in acute stroke patients and to study the clinical characteristics, laboratory and radiological findings of stroke patients with ... Read more