Mabrouk Ibrahim

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The surgical treatment of 100 cases with congenital dilatation of bile duct with special reference to late complications was analyzed. There were no deaths nor occurrences of malignancy. Among 91 patients who had undergone the standard operation, namely total excision of the dilated extrahepatic bile duct and reconstruction after Roux-en-Y(More)
The surgical results are not satisfactory yet in Japan and only 46% of the patients are free of jaundice 3 years ago. However, we found many presentations which reported jaundice disappearance rate with more than 80% in the last several years. The main cause of death in jaundiced patients with the failed hepatic portoenterostomy was hepatic failure. Other(More)
Long-term results after surgery for biliary atresia (BA) in 48 patients, ranging in age from 10 to 33 years, were examined. There were 19 males and 29 females. Twelve had correctable type BA and 36 had the noncorrectable type. Forty-one cases had no jaundice; seven did. Thirty-seven of the 48 cases were leading normal lives. Among them, six cases were(More)
Although biliary atresia is characterized by luminal obstruction of the extrahepatic bile ducts, the etiology and the pathophysiology of the liver are still controversial. The prognosis of biliary atresia has been improved after the introduction of Kasai's hepatic portoenterostomy, but there are still many problems to be solved in the treatment of this(More)
Ninety patients with biliary atresia surviving more than 5 years were analysed with respect to late complications occurring after the age of 4 years. Thirty-five had complications including cholangitis, portal hypertension, hypersplenism, gastrointestinal bleeding, and esophageal varices. These complications occurred at various times. The background factors(More)
The Japanese Biliary Atresia Society founded in 1980 for the aim of investigations of all aspects of biliary atresia (BA), started a nationwide registry of BA patients in 1989. A total of 626 cases were registered from 1989 to 1994. The male to female ratio was 0.58. Corrective surgery was performed in 603 patients. Regarding the type of obstruction, 63(More)
Between 1952 and 1993, 289 patients with biliary atresia underwent surgery at the authors' institution. Twenty-two of them survived more than 20 years; one has since died of hepatic failure (at age 28 years). Of the 21 current survivors (age range, 20 to 39 years), 13 underwent hepatic portoenterostomy; the others had hepaticoenterostomy. None of these(More)
Ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were used to assess a 4-month-old male infant with a multicystic tumor of the left breast that was identified at birth. The tumor was removed surgically following the diagnosis of a cavernous hemangioma. Only seven similar cases of lymphangioma of the breast have been reported. We review these cases in(More)
The present research were tempted to investigate whether Aflatoxin is an additive factor in development of HCC through detecting its metabolite Aflatoxin Ml1 in serum and urine of HCC and cirrhotics in Egypt. Present study comprised (46) Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) patients with mean age (56.28 +/- 8.08), 30 males and 16 females, (12) cirrhotic patients(More)
Objectives: Determine the effect of PUFA supplementation on patients diagnosed with hypertension and are on treatment with antihypertensive drugs. To identify if the response to PUFA differs according to gender and duration of hypertension. To determine the effect of coexisting morbidities like diabetes and dyslipidemia on the hypertensive patients response(More)