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   2016| May-August  | Volume 22 | Issue 2  
    Online since August 22, 2016

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Lactational breast changes/lobular hyperplasia mimicking masses: how can we differentiate from true pathological masses?
Amr Farouk Ibrahim Moustafa, Ola Magdy Mohammed Shetat, Mohammed Samy Said El-Azab, Mohammed Mohammed Mohammed Gomaa, Mona Alabrak, Hania M Fadl
May-August 2016, 22(2):41-48
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A broad spectrum antiparasitic effect of nitazoxanide: an important advancement
Amani A Soliman, Sayeda M Aufy, Hanaa M Ezzat Moussa, Maha M Saber, Mayssa M Zaki, Dina M.H El Akkad
May-August 2016, 22(2):56-62
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Value of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging in the characterization of small solid renal lesions
Sally Emad-Eldin, Iman M Hamdy Ibrahim
May-August 2016, 22(2):49-55
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Effect of cardiac patients’ perceived benefits from and perceived self-efficacy and performance accuracy in the use of an incentive spirometer on spirometric values after coronary artery bypass graft surgery
Kholoud D AlOtaibi, Salwa B El-Sobkey
May-August 2016, 22(2):63-68
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Molecular study of hepcidin in chronic hepatitis C genotype 4 patients treated with pegylated interferon/ribavirin with vitamin D
Gamal Eldeen Esmat Gamil, Dina Sabry, Yasser Nassar, Mohamed Ibrahem, Ehsan H Hassan, Randa F Salam, Wael Araf, Ahmed El Mazny, Sahar H Ahmed
May-August 2016, 22(2):69-75
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Effects of lifestyle intervention on psychosocial adjustment in obese children
Manal Mansour, Ali Abdel Aziz Ali
May-August 2016, 22(2):76-79
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