Professor - استاذ مساعد بقسم الباثولوجيا الاكلينكيه كليه طب سوهاج

Faculty of medicine

Address: ش الجمهوريه امام النادي البحري سوهاج ثان- سوهاج



Publications Which contain the keyword: pregnancy

2020-07-02 17:29:51 Keywords : COVID-19, pregnancy, materna,
New corona virus and pregnancy; What should obstetricians know?
COVID-19 the disease caused by a new coronavirus has quickly raised the world concern by spreading globally at an accelerated rate and is considered now a pandemic, according to the World Health Organization. However, data regarding the situation of pregnant women with COVID-19 infection is still very scanty. The pregnant women are considered a unique challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic ... Read more

2018-09-20 00:45:51 Keywords heterotopic, pregnancy, abdomi,
Naturally occurring hetetrotpoic pregnancy is exceedingly rare, but the incidence increases with the Introduction of assisted reproduction. Having delivery of a term baby is exceptionally rare. History, clinical examination and ultrasound without high index of clinical suspicion may be misleading. We report a case of a combined intrauterine and intraabdominal pregnancy, diagnosed at Cesarean section at 35 weeks gestations in ... Read more

2018-09-21 19:15:45 Keywords liver cirrhosis, pregnancy,
Prognosis and determinants of pregnancy outcome among patients with post-hepatitis liver cirrhosis
Objective: To evaluate maternal, fetal, and neonatal outcomes and their associated risk factors among pregnant women with liver cirrhosis (LC). Methods: A prospective cohort study was conducted at Sohag University Hospital, Egypt, between May 1, 2009, and April 1, 2012. Participants included 129 pregnant women with LC (study group), 647 pregnant women without LC (control group 1), and 853 non-pregnant ... Read more

2018-09-21 19:18:23 Keywords Diabetes , pregnancy,
Oral Hypoglycemic as Attractive Alternative to Insulin for the Management of Diabetes Mellitus during Pregnancy
Objective: To study the effcacy and safety of glibenclamide/metformin combination as a treatment option for pregnant women with either gestational diabetes or type-2 diabetes mellitus compared to conventional insulin therapy. Methods: Eighty-four pregnant women with singleton pregnancies (65 women with gestational diabetes & 19 with type-2 diabetes mellitus) were included. They were randomly allocated to receive either glibenclamide/metformin combination or ... Read more

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