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New additions to the scorpion fauna of Riyadh region, Saudi Arabia
Al-Asmari, AK;Al-Saief, AA;Abdo, NM;Al-Moutaery, KR;
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1678-91992009000400003
Abstract: in this work, we present additional morphological data about the scorpion fauna of saudi arabia. this investigation was carried out in the central region (riyadh) of the country and identified existing and newly discovered scorpion species for taxonomic documentation while determining the medically important ones. the survey covered the entire riyadh region, including all major districts, and collected a total of 4,164 specimens. morphological identification of collected animals was based on identification keys. there were two species (one with a subspecies) that belonged to the family scorpionidae, namely scorpio maurus kruglovi (0.02%) and hemiscorpius arabicus (0.05%). the latter, currently, is part of the hemiscorpiidae family that had been upgraded from a subfamily. eight more species from the buthidae family were found: leiurus quinquestriatus (7.20%), androctonus crassicauda (17.24%), androctonus bicolor (64.60%), compsobuthus arabicus (3.84%), compsobuthus werneri (0.94%), buthacusyotvatensis nigroaculeatus (2.31%), buthacusleptochelys (3.24%) and orthochirus innesi (0.55%). the major locations of collection were the outskirts of riyadh city and the airport vicinity. the specimens were transported from all central region areas in 124 short trips.
New Approach in Processing of the Infrared Image Sequence for Moving Dim Point Targets Detection  [PDF]
Mohamed Abdo M., Hongzuo Li
Journal of Signal and Information Processing (JSIP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsip.2013.43B025

The development of an efficient moving target detection algorithm in IR-image sequence is considered one of the most critical research fields in modern IRST (Infrared Search and Track) systems, especially when dealing with moving dim point targets. In this paper we propose a new approach in processing of the Infrared image sequence for moving dim point targets detection built on the transformation of the IR-image sequence into 4-vectors for each frame in the sequence. The results of testing the proposed approach on a set of frames having a simple single pixel target performing a different motion patterns show the validity of the approach for detecting the motion, with simplicity in calculation and low time consumption.

Sobre o problema da autonomia da arte e suas implica??es hermenêuticas e ontológicas
Abdo, Sandra;
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-512X2005000200018
Abstract: this article discusses the problem of artistic autonomy and its hermeneutic and ontological implications from the point of view of herbert marcuse's and luigi pareyson's theory.
Subsidiary classification of goods under Ethiopian Property Law: a commentary
M Abdo
Mizan Law Review , 2008,
Abstract: incorporeals1. Corporeal goods, in turn, are divided into movables and immovables2. The classification of corporeal goods into movables and immovables in the Code can appropriately be termed as the primary classification of goods. Numerous other classifications complement such primary classification of corporeal goods. These other classification of things can collectively be termed as subsidiary (complementary or secondary) classification of goods. The subsidiary classification of things includes corporeals and incorporeals, consumable and non-consumable, fungible and non-fungible, divisible and indivisible, principals and fruits, things in public domain and private domain, collective and personal assets, and ordinary and special movables
Legal Pluralism, Sharia Courts and Constitutional Issues in Ethiopia
M Abdo
Mizan Law Review , 2011,
Abstract: State laws employ different approaches in addressing the effect of pluralistic normative ordering in a multicultural setting. A legal regime may resort to the uniform application of state laws and reject religious and customary norms, or may recognize and allow the application of the norms and practices of identity groups as long as they are in conformity with constitutional and human rights standards. Another option is to adopt a hands-off approach whereby the norms and practices of cultural and/or religious groups are permitted to operate and are not necessarily required to meet constitutional and human rights standards. Against the backdrop of the notion of legal pluralism adopted by the FDRE Constitution, this article examines whether final decisions rendered by sharia courts in Ethiopia are required to meet constitutional standards (such as the supremacy clause, gender equality and non-discrimination). Based on the analysis of the relevant provisions of the law and literature, it is argued that decisions of sharia courts (whose jurisdiction is not compulsory, but based on the consent of litigating parties) seem to be exempted from constitutional standards even where they may be in conflict with state laws.
Review of decisions of State Courts over state matters by the Federal Supreme Court
M Abdo
Mizan Law Review , 2007,
Abstract: A decision of any court in Ethiopia today can be reviewed by the Cassation Division of the Federal Supreme Court (hereinafter the Cassation Division) if it manifests a prima facie case for basic error of law and if it is a final decision and is filed within the time limit1. This article examines the scope of the Cassation Division’s power, i.e., whether there is a legal basis for the Cassation Division to review cases settled by state courts in accordance with state laws; if there is a legal backing for such judicial exercise, and whether it is objectionable in principle as well as for pragmatic reasons.
Role of senior agricultural landowners in the Egyptian society 1952 – 1970 1952 – 1970
Abdo Rahoma
Historical Kan Periodical , 2010,
Abstract: 1952 – 1970 . . . . . .
Multiple irregular liver lesions
Abdo Ayman
Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology , 2006,
Mycophenolate mofetil (CellCept) in patients with autoimmune hepatitis
Abdo Ayman
Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology , 2006,
Abstract: Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the liver of unknown cause. Typically, immune suppressive therapy is used initially for treatment, either in the form of steroids or Azathioprime. In a small proportion of patients, steroids resistance or steroid intolerance develops. When patients are unresponsive to steroids, or develop severe significant side effects to their use, alternative treatments must be used. Mycophenolate mofetil (Cellcept) is a potent immune suppressive medication that is used in a wide variety of autoimmune diseases as well as post solid organ transplantation. Data is emerging to suggest that this medication may be used in selected patients with steroid resistance or steroid intolerance. This data is summarized in this review.
Laboratory predictors of advanced fibrosis in Saudi patients with chronic hepatitis B and C
Abdo Ayman
Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology , 2006,
Abstract: Objective: To identify laboratory predictors of advanced fibrosis in Saudi Arabian patients with hepatitis B and C. Materials and Methods: Histopathology reports were obtained on all patients who had liver biopsy in the last 5 years, and relevant laboratory data were collected. Results: A total of 328 patients (246 with hepatitis C and 82 with hepatitis B) were included. With logistic regression analysis, four factors were found to be the best predictors of fibrosis, namely, platelet count, ALT, AST and GGT levels. An equation for calculating the risk of advanced fibrosis was developed. The model had a sensitivity of 62%, a specificity of 92.4% and an overall accuracy of 84%. Conclusion: Platelet count, ALT, AST and GGT levels were found to be the best predictors of advanced fibrosis on liver biopsy in Saudi patients with chronic hepatitis B and C. An equation was developed that helps in calculating this risk.
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