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Ghada Galal

Professor - Head of Tropical Medicine and Gastroenterology Department

Faculty of medicine

Address: Sohag, Egypt

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Publications Which contain the keyword: Diabetes


2018-09-06 23:34:27 Keywords neuropathy, prevalence, Diabetes ,
Prevalence of Diabetes and Diabetic Neuropathy in Qena Governorate: Population-Based Survey
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: No previous study was done to estimate the prevalence of diabetic neuropathy (DN) in Arabic countries. The aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of DN and its characteristics in Qena governorate. MATERIAL AND METHODS: This is a random sampling of 10 study areas, involving 9,303 inhabitants; 51.1% men and 48.9% women were recruited. There were ... Read more

2018-09-07 00:23:13 Keywords Diabetes , cerebral blood flow,
Cerebral Blood Flow in Insulin Dependant Diabetic Patients
Background: Haemorheologic abnormalities have been reported in diabetes mellitus. Many studies have reported an alteration in blood rheology and its impact on the cerebral blood flow and cerebrovascular reactivity. Aim of the work: To assess the role of TCD-Acetazolamide test in the measurement of cerebral blood flow velocity and cerebrovascular reactivity in type-1 D.M, and to evaluate the impact of ... Read more

2018-09-08 13:00:06 Keywords Renal injury, caffeine, obese, Diabetes , ZSF1 rats,
Early renal injury induced by caffeine consumption in obese,  diabetic ZSF1 rats
ABSTRACT: Our previous studies indicate that prolonged caffeine consumption exacerbates renal failure in nephropathy associated with the metabolic syndrome. Reduced activity of the antioxidant defense system and beneficial effects of antioxidant therapy have been reported in diabetic rats and humans. The purpose of this study was to examine the early renal effects of caffeine consumption and the effects of concomitant ... Read more

2018-09-09 09:31:17 Keywords Oxidative stress, Diabetes , Enalapril, Nicorandil,
Hepatic and renal damage induced by oxidative stress are improved by administration of enalapril and nicorandil in diabetic rats.
Oxidative stress plays a crucial role in tissue damage occurring in diabetes mellitus (DM). A number of studies reported that antioxidants can attenuate the complications of DM. The present study was undertaken to study the histopathological and biochemical effects of oxidative stress on hepatic and renal tissue in streptozotocin-induced DM in rats, and to evaluate the role of enalapril and ... Read more