Hassan A El-Munshid

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OBJECTIVE The objective is to correlate the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux with the results of esophageal reflux with the results of esophageal pH metry in asthmatic patients. METHODS A prospective study was carried out in King Fahd Hospital of the University, Al-Khobar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), during the period January 2000 through to(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS The frequency of gastroesophageal reflux (GER) among asthmatic patients was found to range from 34% to 89% at different locations. The aims of this study have been to determine the frequency of GER in patients with asthma in the Saudi environment, to ascertain the main mechanism whereby GER triggers asthma, and to seek any evidence whether(More)
Five patients (four with vitiligo and one with pernicious anaemia) were subjected to the histamine infusion test; there were achlorhydric while the remaining two secreted quite small amounts of acid. [Na+],[Cl-)and[alkali]were determined in the alkaline gastric juice samples (pH greater than 7.0). In order to assess the contribution of swallowed saliva the(More)
any colleagues may have come across a mention of the Science Citation Index (SCI) and some might have used it. However, the SCI is such an important tool for getting useful and interesting information from the scientific literature that knowledge of its underlying theory and applications in science, including Biomedicine, is vital for understanding the full(More)
1. Conscious gastric-cannulated rats were given [(3)H]histidine and aminoguanidine by dosage procedures intended to build up fast-turnover and slow-turnover pools of tissue [(3)H]histamine. Acid secretion was stimulated by I.V. infusion of pentagastrin, and the [(3)H]histamine content of gastric juice and excretion in urine were determined at 30 min(More)
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