Dr.Mohammad Ahmad Abdalla

Dr.Mohammad Ahmad Abdalla
Tikrit University · Department of Human Anatomy

Ph.D & M.Sc. in Human Anatomy & Histology, Higher Diploma in Dermatology & Venereology, M.B.Ch.B (Bachelor Degree in Medicine and Surgery)

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Introduction
I am a member of Human Anatomy Department in Tikrit University College of Medicine, ...I am interesting to work on Human Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Medical Education, Dermatovenereology, Aesthetic Procedures (Botox, Dermal Filler, Mesotherapy......
Additional affiliations
August 2016 - present
Tikrit University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Teaching Anatomy, Embryology, Comparative Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy
August 2016 - October 2020
Tikrit University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
August 2000 - October 2016
Tikrit University
Position
  • Assistant Professor in TUCOM
Education
October 2008 - December 2011
Tikrit University College of Medicine
Field of study
  • Anatomy
September 2000 - September 2002
Tikrit University College of Medicine
Field of study
  • Anatomy
October 1988 - December 1994
University of Baghdad
Field of study
  • Medicine

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This study was conducted at the Animal House of the College of Veterinary Medicine/University of Tikrit to know the role of chamomile and ginger aqueous extract in the treatment of induced pharmacological sensitization in white rats and compare it with the drug Histidine. The study included 36 white rats, and they were divided into four groups, the...
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The aim of this review is to focus light on the history of the human vermiform appendix from the morphological, anatomical, surgical, classification of the origin, types, blood supply aspects in order to understand the real function and summarized this information that positively impacts the clinical decision in case of appendicitis, the most popul...
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This study was conducted at the Animal House of the College of Veterinary Medicine/University of Tikrit to know the role of chamomile and ginger aqueous extract in the treatment of induced pharmacological sensitization in white rats and compare it with the drug Histidine. The study included 36 white rats, and they were divided into four groups, the...
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Introduction: The ethmoid air sinus can subdivide into several air cells, which are separated from each other by thin, incomplete bony septa resulting in the formation of three groups of air cells (anterior, middle, and posterior cells). Methods: A randomized sample of 360 human individuals, including 110 cadavers with another 250 CT scan cases, wa...
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The coronary artery wall consists of three coats differently developed: tunica intima, tunica media, and tunica adventitia. The intima consists of a lining of endothelial cells, and a subendothelial layer. The intima is separated from the media by the internal elastic lamina, while the media consists of multiple layers of smooth muscle cells, colla...
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Background: The ascending aorta gives rise to the two main coronary arteries including the right coronary artery (RCA) and left coronary artery (LCA). The right coronary artery emerges from the right anterior aortic sinus, while the left coronary artery emerges from the left posterior aortic sinus. Aim of the study: The current study aims to descri...
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The maxillary sinus is one of four pair's air-filled spaces that surround the nasal cavity. The majority of previously published researches considering the maxillary sinus commonly concentrated on its pathological conditions and the recent surgical or medical management procedures. However, to understand the diseases of this sinus in a better manne...
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Background: Variation in tooth measurements is influenced by genetic and environmental factors. Tooth size varies between and within different racial groups. Objectives: the aim of the study was to improve the quality of dental care available, and to allow highly precise measurements using an approximation of the mean of each parameter for each can...
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In SARS-CoV-2 infected patients, obesity is a risk factor for the development of respiratory failure. Many pro-inflammatory adipokines and mediators are produced from adipose tissue. Blood samples were collected from 60 COVID-19 patients after three to five days from symptoms and signs were appeared like headache, fatigue, fever, and cough. All pat...
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The COVID-19 pandemic occurred and quickly spread throughout the world. To improve the state of COVID-19 patients, it is important to identify the possible clinical differential diagnostic markers and their correlation with the severity of SARS-CoV-2 infection. In this study, the serum level of alpha-melanocyte stimulating hormone (alpha-MSH), vita...
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Melasma is one of the commonest dermatological challenges that facing dermatologists in the whole world. Most of the previously published articles regarding melasma usually focused on its management and the newly discovered drugs; however, the understanding of the suspected etiology and the pathogenesis is very critical to treat this skin disorder...
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Introduction: The sphenoid sinus is a central skull cavity situated inside the sphenoid bone as a twin structure, separated by a complete bony septum. The aim of the study to measure the length, width, and height of human sphenoid sinus through dissection compared to CT scan images in different age groups of both genders. Methods: A prospective st...
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The maintenance of thyroid hormone homeostasis is essential in the regulation of skeletal system development, bone tissue mineralization, and fracture risk prevention. This study was carried out to evaluate the serum level of osteoprotegerin (OPG), sclerostin (SOST), and osteocalcin (OC) in hypo-and hyperthyroid-ism patients. a total number of exam...
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Background & Objective: The frontal sinus is regarded as one of the human paranasal sinuses located in the frontal bone as a triangular-shaped cavity, which originates as separated space from the anterior ethmoid cells. Computed Tomography (CT) is a completely non-destructive technique that uses a high density of contrast to identify the air inside...
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Abstract: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a systematic autoimmune disorder with chronic inflammation changes of unknown etiology. Various synovial inflammatory and proliferative alterations may contribute to the cartilaginous tissues and invasive bony tissues, leading to destructive joints and malformed bones. This disease is mostly due to infective m...
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Background: The maxillary sinus is an air-filled space, situated in maxillary bones and may be recognized with different shapes and sizes, its walls are obviously thin, and its apex can extend to zygomatic processes of these bones and can occupy most of zygomatic bone. Materials and methods: A prospective study of 330 healthy human individuals who...
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Background:- Vitiligo is a skin disease caused by the destruction of melanocytes of the epidermis leading to well-defined white patches that are often distributed symmetrically. The aim of present study is to find out the correlation relationship between the α-MSH and Vitamin D serum levels among Iraqi vitiligo patients. Materials and Methods: Thi...
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Abstract: Introduction:- The sphenoid sinus is an unique space arises within the nasal capsule of the embryonic nose and remains undeveloped until age three years. It appears before birth in small size; but a recognized definitive cavity revealed at birth. Secondary pneumatization does not begin until ten years old and finally by age 18 it reachin...
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Background: Alopecia Areata (AA) is a typical hair issue, which may have obliterating mental and social outcomes and is portrayed by the nearness of nonscarring alopecia. Objective: This examination has targets to assess the serum nutrient D levels, with AA; contrast the outcome and clearly sound control; and confirm relationship between AA types a...
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Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly common and affects not only bone metabolism, but also muscle and the immune system function. Other ways vitamin D is thought to help us is an area of active research and controversy: there have been many preliminary or under debate studies to suggest that it might prevent cancer and treat diabetes, heart disease o...
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The term “melasma,” or facial hyperpigmentation, is derived from the Greek melas, meaning “black”. It has been also termed “chloasma gravidarum” and “the mask of pregnancy”. Its onset is usually during the second half of the gestational period, and it occurs in 45–75% of pregnancies. It is said to be more common in dark-haired, brown-eyed, dark-com...
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Pyramidal lobe is an embryonic remnant of thyroglossal duct and it is observed as a structure arises upward from the right or the left thyroid lobe or its isthmus. The aim of this study was to determine a variable factors regarding the presence, location, shape and linear measurements of the pyramidal lobe of human thyroid gland. A sixty-four male...
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Abstract The maxillary air sinus is the largest air sinus among the four air paranasal sinuses, which is a cavity in the body of maxilla. It is pyramidal in shape consisting of base, apex and four sides; its base comprises the thin lateral wall of nasal cavity. This study carried out at the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Baghdad and the Forensic...
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The internal iliac artery is one of the terminal branches of the common iliac artery. It supplies the pelvic organs, the gluteal region, the perineum and the proximal part of the thigh. This artery usually divides into anterior and posterior divisions. The anterior division in males gives umbilical, superior vesical, inferior vesical, middle rectal...
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Introduction: Sympathy from the skeleton or its fragments is very dynamic medico-legally and anthropologically so contemporary consideration aims to gain standards span dimension of distal extremity of femur, epicondyles, and to evaluate its protagonist in determining correct sexual compassion. Material and methods: Revision was carried out on fres...
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The mental foramen is an oval or circular opening on the anterolateral surface of the human mandible, through which the inferior alveolar nerves and vessels, after passing through the inferior alveolar canal, exit as mental nerves and vessels. The aim of this study is to identify a precise anatomical position and morphological features of the ment...
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Abstract The shape of the mandibular notch (mandibular incisure) of both sides of 100 fresh macerated and dry adult human mandibles divided between 58 males and 42 females of Iraqi origin with their age ranges (23-52) years that had been studied in order to classify the variations in the shapes of mandibular incisure.Three types were evident: type...
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Orbitometry of orbital cavity and orbital opening in neonate had been considered in eighteen macerated fresh neonate skull in addition to other eight dried neonate skulls, orbital opening contour was oval outline with sharp bony edges, Six bones that make up the bony orbit; Frontal, Lacrimal, Ethmoid, Zygomatic, Maxillary , and Sphenoid bones, wher...
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ABSTRACT:- At the wrist, the median nerve passes beneath the flexor retinaculum in a restricted space between the flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor carpi radialis muscles and it supplies the thenar eminence muscles, the first two lumbricals and gives sensory innervation to the skin of the palmar aspect of the lateral three and one-half fin...
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Background: Blood vessels injury is one of the most common causes of medical emergencies that admitted to hospitals and at the same time it regarded as one of the most important causes of death. They may represent less than 15% of all injuries; they deserve special attention because of their severe complications.
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ABSTRACT Background : Vermiform appendix is a narrow closed end intestinal tube project from the cecum in the abdominal cavity. Its length varies from 2 to 20 cm. the average being about 9 cm in adult, and may occupy one of several positions. Objective: To clarify the anatomical positions of vermiform appendix in neonate. Materials and methods: A 3...
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The axillary artery course shows so many variations that differ from one person to other and it becomes confusedly to assign the commonest pattern of its course. Fifty upper limbs that had been studied at Forensic Medicine Department of Tikrit Teaching Hospital in Salah-Aldin governorate, and dissected to explore the axially artery, freed from neig...
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Sacrococcygeal joint fusion incidence has been studied at Forensic Medicine Department of Tikrit Teaching Hospital in Salah-Aldin governorate, One hundred body of equal number from males & females had been dissected as autopsy, sacrococcygeal joints were explored, freed from soft tissues, fusion of joints (ossification) was more prevalence in males...
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As the environment plays an important role in the development of human being it was thought that the change in the environment might have led to some kind of change in the parameters of the bony component of the hip joint. Therefore,54 cadaveric hip joints with soft tissue in situ were studied. Dimensions of acetabulum and femoral head were obtaine...

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