Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 2010 April; 16 (4) Hepatitis C virus infection among paediatric patients attending University of Assiut Hospital, Egypt Kalil KA, Farghally HS, Hassanein KM, Abd-Elsayed AA, Hassanein FE ABSTRACT Few studies have evaluated the epidemiology and risk factors of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in children in Egypt. This study of 465 children attending Assiut University HospitalContinue reading “Hepatitis C virus infection among paediatric patients attending University of Assiut Hospital, Egypt”
Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 1996; 2 (3): 459-469. Knowledge and attitudes about reproductive health and HIV/AIDS among family planning clients Megeid AA, El Sheikh S, El Ginedy M, Mohammed M. ABSTRACT The knowledge of and attitudes towards reproductive health, and in particular STDs and AIDS, were assessed in 4000 women attending primary health care/family planningContinue reading “Knowledge and attitudes about reproductive health and HIV/AIDS among family planning clients”
East Mediterr Health J. 2006;12 Suppl 2:S78-92. What do medical students in Alexandria know about female genital mutilation? Mostafa SR, El Zeiny NA, Tayel SE, Moubarak EI. Community Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt. ABSTRACT We explored the knowledge, beliefs and attitudes of 330 5th year medical students in Alexandria UniversityContinue reading “What do medical students in Alexandria know about female genital mutilation?”
RCM Midwives. 2005 Mar;8(3):119. The mutilated orchid. Marjorie V. Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London. There is no link to view this article online.
Lancet. 2010 Nov 27;376(9755):1800. Female genital mutilation and social change. [No authors listed] Erratum in Lancet. 2011 Jan 15;377(9761):208. Changing social expectations is the key to ending the practice of female genital mutilation or cutting, according to a new report by UNICEF, The dynamics of social change: towards the abandonment of female genital mutilation/cutting in fiveContinue reading “Female genital mutilation and social change.”
Bull World Health Organ vol.86 no.4 Genebra Apr. 2008 Prevalence of female genital cutting among Egyptian girls Mohammed A Tag-EldinI; Mohsen A GadallahI,1; Mahmoud N Al-TayebI; Mostafa Abdel-AtyII; Esmat MansourIII; Mona SallemI IFaculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Abbassia 11566, Cairo, Egypt IIHealth Insurance Organization, Cairo, Egypt IIIMinistry of Health and Population, Cairo, Egypt ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: Female genital cutting (FGC)Continue reading “Prevalence of female genital cutting among Egyptian girls”
J Obstet Gynaecol res. 2003 Feb; 29(1):12-9 Defective sexuality and female circumcision: the cause and possible management Thabet SM, Thabet AS Faculty of Medicine, cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. email@example.com ABSTRACT AIM:To verify the effect of circumcision on female sexuality and to define the need for clitorolabioplasty in these cases. METHODS: Thirty uncircumcised controls, 30 minorly circumcised,Continue reading “Defective sexuality and female circumcision: the cause and possible management”
J Obstet Gynaecol Res. 2009 Oct; 35 (5):967-73 Reality of the G-Spot and its relation to female circumcision and vaginal surgery. Thabet SM Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, cairo, Egypt. firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT AIM: To clarify the reality of the G-spot anatomically, functionally and histologically, and to determine the possible effectContinue reading “Reality of the G-spot and its relation to female circumcision and vaginal surgery.”