Ayman Youssef Ezeddin Eassa

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Motor nerve conduction studies were carried out on the ipsilateral and contralateral ulnar nerves (arm and forearm segments) in 20 patients presenting with unilateral acute Bell's palsy. In seven of these cases (35%), there was motor conduction delay in one or more segments of the ulnar nerve. The present study confirms the hypothesis that Bell's palsy has(More)
BACKGROUND After the initial subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), rebleeding is the major cause of morbidity and poor outcome, which is maximal in the first 24 h. We supposed that the coiling of ruptured intracranial aneurysms within 24 h of SAH is related to the improved clinical outcome compared with coiling 24 h after aneurysmal SAH. OBJECTIVE We examined(More)
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