Mamdouh Kamal Zaki

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Although human sex difference are now better known worldwide, there are few osteometric studies designed for sex assessment in Egyptians. The current study is the first to be conducted on this population to evaluate sex determination using osteometric mandibular measurements. By the use of spiral CT scan with three dimension reconstruction modality six(More)
A retrospective study was carried out on 133 suicidal hanging cases autopsied at Forensic Medicine Center in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (from 2003 to 2007). Of these cases, 115 (86.46%) were males and 18 females (13.54%), with an average male:female ratio of 6.38. There was an increasing trend of hanging among ages between 21 and 50 years (88.7%), and(More)
The optimum proportional(P), integral(I) and derivative(D) constants can be estimated using tangent method and proper tuning rule for process stability. The purpose of this paper is to compare the performance of various controller tuning methods for controlling the process of air pressure control trainer model SOLTEQ SEl2l. The simplest open loop test on(More)
Egyptians are one of the first civilisations to practice the removal and examination of internal organs of humans. Their practices ranged from embalming to faith healing to surgery and autopsy. Modern radiological studies, together with various forensic techniques, allowed scientists unique glimpses of the state of health in Egypt 4000 years ago and(More)
The medicolegal death investigation system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is unique in the world. It is exclusively derived from Islamic judiciary based on Shari'ah law, which is the definitive Islamic law or doctrine. This law is applied on Saudi citizens as well as foreigners. This is different from other Islamic countries, which have a combination(More)
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