Hosny S. Abdel Ghany

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BACKGROUND Esophageal variceal hemorrhage is a devastating complication of portal hypertension that occurs in approximately one-third of cirrhotic patients. OBJECTIVES We assessed the value of the platelet count/ bipolar spleen diameter ratio as a noninvasive parameter for the prediction of esophageal varices (EVs) in Egyptian cirrhotic patients. (More)
BACKGROUND Acquired cholesteatomas are commonly seen in patients less than 30 years. There is a typical history of recurrent middle ear infections with tympanic membrane perforation. The diagnosis of cholesteatoma is usually made on otologic examination. OBJECTIVE The aim of the work was to study the role of high resolution computed tomography (HRCT) in(More)
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