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Magda Ahmed Eldomiaty

Magda Ahmed Eldomiaty
Tanta University- Tanta- Egypt Taibah University Medinah -Saudi Arabia · Human Anatomy and Embryology

MD. Professor of Anatomy

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October 2005 - August 2015
Taibah University
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  • Prof. of Anatomy and Embryology

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Publications (25)
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Background: Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a common disease and is defined as the development of a blood clot in the major deep veins in the body, which might result in impaired venous blood flow, leg swelling, and pain. This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of deep venous thrombosis, its risk factors, and therapeu�tic strategies among ad...
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This study aimed to demonstrate the histopathology and immunoexpression of exercise-derived myokines in dentate gyrus (DG), medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) and cerebellum of depressed Wistar rats during depression and after practising voluntary running. Depression was developed by forced swimming for 2 weeks. Voluntary running was performed by volu...
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This study investigated the impact of voluntary exercise on depressive behaviours, serum and hippocampal levels of myokines, and histopathological features of hippocampal formation in rats. Depressed rats were allowed to voluntarily run on a wheel for 3 weeks. Locomotor activity was assessed by a forced swimming test and the myokine levels in sera...
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This study aimed to isolate mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) from human umbilical cord blood (HCB) and to explore their influence on the ovarian epithelium after paclitaxel-induced ovarian failure. Ninety-five rats were divided into 6 groups: control, paclitaxel, paclitaxel and saline, HCB-MSC-treated for 2 weeks, HCB-MSC-treated for 4 weeks, and HCB-M...
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Human identification has always been a major challenge for forensic experts, especially when dealing with decomposed and severely mutilated corpses. Palatal rugae are usually preserved in such conditions and thus can be used as a rapid, simple technique where other methods fail to apply. This study aimed to evaluate the role of palatal rugae applic...
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Background: Myokines, a group of small proteins - mainly cytokines, are released by myocytes during muscular contraction and proved to have many biological effects locally or at systemic levels. The main objective was to study the morphological alterations and myokines expression in rat gastrocnemius muscle following forced compared to voluntary m...
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Background: The contribution of glial cells to the pathophysiology of depression is an emerging research purpose. This study investigated the deficits in glial cells, specifically astrocytes in various brain regions, after the development of depression and then after voluntary running in depressed rats. Materials and methods: Forty-five adult ma...
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A serious limitation in the use of aminoglycoside antibiotics is their potential ototoxicity and nephrotoxicity. Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are products of oxygen metabolism and include "free radicals" carrying an unpaired electron, which are highly reactive and potentially destructive to any or all cell constituents, resulting in apoptotic cell...
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Background: Cheiloscopy is a comparatively recent counterpart to the long established dactyloscopic studies. Ethnic variability of these lip groove patterns has not yet been explored. Aim: This study was a collaborative effort aimed at establishing cheiloscopic variations amongst modern human populations from four geographically and culturally f...
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Lip-print groove patterns have recently been verified as a unique parameter for identification. This study investigated the stability of lip-print patterns over time to validate their secure use in civil and criminal investigations. One hundred and sixteen female lip prints were analyzed and compared with the prints of the same subjects taken 3 yea...
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This study aimed to determine the concentrations of adrenomedullin (AM), tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-α and interleukin (IL)-6 in maternal circulation of full-term idiopathic intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) in relation to appropriate-for-gestational-age (AGA) and the possible correlation of AM to these cytokines. A case-control study include...
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Studying in detail different histomorphological and pathological findings in placental stem and terminal villi of appropriate for gestational age (AGA) and idiopathic intrauterine growth restricted (IUGR) fetuses, then analyzing their correlation to the neonatal birth weight and to the some morphological features of the placenta. Fifty full-term hu...
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Tumor Necrosis Factor-Alpha (TNF-α) is one of the proinflammatory cytokines that provokes a variety of biological effects on the placenta. The increased placental exposure to TNF-α have induced impaired fetal development in experimental animals, but no data are available on the expression and localization of TNF-α in human placenta of idiopathic fe...
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The digit ratio, or the relative lengths, of the 2nd and 4th digits (2D : 4D) shows a sex difference, with males tending to have lower values in comparison with females. This sex differences arises early in the fetus and may result from the effects of prenatal testosterone and estrogen on the relative growth rate of the 2nd and 4th digits. This stu...
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Introduction: The responsibility of Schistosoma mansoni in female infertility is still controversial. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of acute and chronic schistosomiasis mansoni infection on the endometrium using immunohistochemical analysis of uterine hormone receptor expression. Methods: Twenty-four nonpregnant swiss albino mi...
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In the past decades, lip-print studies (cheiloscopy) attracted the attention of many scientists as a newtool for human identification in both civil and criminal issues. The present work aimed to study in depththe lip prints of Saudi individuals (males and females) in Almadinah Almonawarah province. It is the firstchieloscopic study done on Saudi in...
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In the past decades, lip-print studies (cheiloscopy) attracted the attention of many scientists as a new tool for human identification in both civil and criminal issues. The present work aimed to study in depth the lip prints of Saudi individuals (males and females) in Almadinah Almonawarah province. It is the first chieloscopic study done on Saudi...
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Introduction: The responsibility of Schistosoma mansoni in female infertility is still controversial. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of acute and chronic schistosomiasis mansoni infection on the endometrium using immunohistochemical analysis of uterine hormone receptor expression. Methods: Twenty-four nonpregnant swiss albino mice...
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Entrapment neuropathy in the forearm is not uncommon. Surgical interference for nerve decompression should be preceded by accurate diagnosis of the exact cause and site of the nerve entrapment. The aim of the present study was to investigate the prevalence of accessory heads of the flexor pollicis longus and flexor digitorum profundus muscles (FPLa...
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Background/Aim: Occupational exposure to diethanolamine may occur by skin contact during the use of DEA in various processes in machine building, metallurgy and other industries. DEA is released to the environment in emissions from sites of its manufacture or industrial use. As it is readily absorbed through the skin, the aim of the present study w...
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Background : Increased evidence suggests that aminoglycoside ototoxicity is mediated by the formation of an aminoglycoside-iron complex and that creation of this complex is a preliminary step in the generation of free radical species and subsequent cochlear hair cell death. Iron availability is a critical fraction in expression of gentamycin (GM) o...
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Aim of the work: This study aimed to clarify the harmful teratogenic effect of Bhang smoke inhalation on the embryos of the albino rats. Material and methods: Embryos resulting from mating of thirty six female and thirteen male albino rats were used in this study, divided into control group and Experimental group. In the experimental group, the adu...
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Aim of the work: This study aimed to clarify the effect of Bhang smoke inhalation on the testis and the ovary of the adult albino rats. Material and methods: Fifty two albino rats (26 males and 26 females) were used in this study, divided into, control group (six male and six female rats) and experimental group (twenty male and twenty female rats)....

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