Ahmed A. Attallah

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BACKGROUND A simple scoring system is needed to discriminate HCC from patients with chronic liver diseases (CLD). The simplest score would be one that requires only variables that can be documented simply from routine laboratory tests without the need for sophisticated tests. METHODS Data from the estimation group (1351 patients) and the validation group(More)
Conflicting results for circulating glypican-3 (GPC3) were reported in hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) diagnosis. We aimed to improve the diagnostic power of GPC3 by developing a GPC-HCC model for diagnosing HCC. GPC3 was tested for HCC (138), liver cirrhosis (56), and fibrosis (62) patients by ELISA. Data from patient groups were retrospectively analyzed. A(More)
Currently, the search for suitable hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) biomarkers is very intensive. Besides, efficacy and cost/effectiveness of screening and surveillance of cirrhotics for the diagnosis of HCC is still debated. So, the present study is concerned with the evaluation of cytokeratin-1 (CK-1) and nuclear matrix protein-52 (NMP-52) for identifying(More)
Immunohistochemical studies proved that the presence of breast cancer (BrCa) is accompanied by elevated levels of epithelial membrane antigen (EMA) and decreased levels of cytokeratin-1 (CK1). We, therefore, hypothesize that the serum EMA/CK1 ratio may serve as a promising biomarker for early diagnosis of breast cancer. The circulating levels of EMA and CK1(More)
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