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Chinese Acupuncture in Treatment of Bell’s Palsy Clinical Study  [PDF]
Hadi Mohammed Mujlli, Abdulraman Sallam Alkubaty
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103714
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Objective: To observe the therapeutic effects of acupuncture for treatment of different stages of Acute Bell’s palsy, and its relationship to age and sex. Patients and Methods: 152 patients of Bell’s palsy, were acute cases in different grade of paralysis. Following up with combined drugs and acupuncture therapy for one month, which were diagnosed clinically and proved by electromyography EMG, these cases of acute Bell’s palsy were collected from Apr. 2016 to Feb. 2017 in Thamar governorate 100 km south to Sana’a capital city of Yemen. These cases were divided in to three groups, according to Hous-Brackmann grading system, HBGS: 1—marked improvement (very good) when patients improved completely within two weeks; 2—mild improvement (good) when patients improved within one months; 3—resistant in which there is no improvement within one months. EMG was used in diagnosis various stages of peripheral facial paralysis, evaluation of prognosis and guidance in clinical treatment with combined drugs and Chinese acupuncture for one month of clinical follow up. Statistical significance was assessed by P-values for Chi square test analysis by Epi info statistical analysis of single and stratified tables. Results: During the study period 152 patients were diagnosed as acute Bell’s palsy. Of these 81 (53%) cases were females and 71 (47%) were males. The improvement of acute facial paralysis was related to patients’ ages which were divided as three groups: 1-29 y, 30-59 y, more than 60 years old. The results shows that the younger age group have a better chance to improve; 1st group 61 (40.5%), 2nd group 48 (31.5%) and 3rd group 43 (28%). Conclusion: The electro-acupuncture in treatment of acute stage peripheral facial paralysis is effective and the improvement in the young age group shows very good improvement than old age.
Case Report-Huge Lipoma in the Right Groin  [PDF]
Abdulla Mohammed Megally, M. A. Al-Katta, Z. A. Mejalli, Hadi Mohammed Mujlli
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105714
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Lipoma is the most common soft tissue tumor, considered the universal tumor in the body. The differential diagnosis of a lipoma in the groin will include groin hernias, safina varex, lymphadenopathy, hydrocele and sarcoma. Due to the similarity of clinical symptoms and signs, the differentiation between inguinal, femoral hernias and groin lipoma is difficult. To avoid the high risk of intraoperative complications, correct diagnosis is an indication. We are report-ing a case with huge lipoma arisen from the right groin mainly from right la-bium major of a 19-year-old single girl grown in a relatively short period to reach dimensions of a football and weighing 7200 grams. Painless, peduncu-lated tumor arose from labium major to the level of the knee, asymptomatic except unsightly huge mass, which treated successfully by surgical excision without complications and proved benign with no malignant changes detected.
Epidemiology of Childhood Guillain Barré Syndrome in Yemen  [PDF]
Hadi Mohammed Mujlli, Abdulrahman Sallam Al-kubati, Abdula Mhammed Mojali, Amin Mohamed Abdurab
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102425
Abstract: Background: GBS (Guillain-Barré Syndrome) is one of the most frequently seen acute polyneuropathy encountered in neurology practice and characterized by progressive motor weakness and loss of reflexes. Objective: The main objectives were to determine the incidence of Guillain-Barré Syndrome, distribution of paralysis and hospital outcome of patients within 60 days of admission. Material & methods: The records of all patients followed with flaccid paralysis to the surveillance sites in 11 through the WHO program for Acute Flaccid governorates in Yemen. From 21th September 2004 to 20th September 2013 were reviewed. Those patients suspected to be GBS were examined by a consultant neurologist and pediatric to confirm the diagnosis. At the time of admission specific form was designed to record demographic characteristics, clinical finding and presentation of paralysis. All patients follow up for 60 days. Collected data was entered to Epi info statistical method used by AFP program. Results: During the study period, 808 patients were diagnosed a GBS. Of this 483 (60%) were males and 325 (40%) were females. The age of the patients was ranged (between 1 to 15 years), most of them 457 (57%) were young children of ≤ 5 years old. The overall incidence was 2.8/100,000 population. The outcome of patients showed that 284 (35%) had residual paralysis. 469 (58%) recovered completely, 7 (1%) was lost and 48 (6%) patients died within 60 days of follow up. Conclusion: This study confirms that Guillain-Barré Syndrome is the most common causes of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in Yemen with high morbidity in children.
Rare Case of Kleine-Levin Syndrome with Mega Cisterna Magna  [PDF]
Abdul-Rahman Sallam Alqubaty, Hadi Mohammed Mujlli, Zumurudah Taha Haroon
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1102550
Abstract: Kleine-Levin syndrome (KLS) is an uncommon syndrome characterized by recurrent episodes of hypersomnia, behavioural and/or cognitive disturbances, abnormal eating and hypersexual behaviour. The diagnosis is clinical and requires a high index of suspicion and exclusion of other neurological conditions and sleep disorders. We report a case of 15-year-old male who had recurrent episodes of hypersomnia with hyperphagia, hypersexuality, disinhibition and cognitive dysfunction. His brain CT scan shows Mega cistern magna and EEG during the episode shows sharp and spike wave in both frontal and temporal lobes with secondary generalization. The patient became symptom-free after receiving Na Valporate.
Incidence of Traumatic Injection Neuritis among Children <15 Years Old in Yemen  [PDF]
Abdulrahman Sallam Al-Kubati, Hadi Mohammed Mujlli, Zumurudah Taha Haroon
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1103221
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Background: Traumatic Injection Neuropathy (TIN) can occur because of unsafe intramuscular injection practices. TIN presents as acute peripheral neuropathy with flaccid paralysis of the injected limb within 24 hours after injection and is associated with pain and hypothermia in the affected limbs. This complication is of particular concern in countries with high rates of unnecessary injections. Objective: The main objectives were to determine the incidence of Traumatic Injection Neuropathy (TIN) and hospital outcome of patients within 60 days of admission. Material & Methods: The records of all patients followed with flaccid paralysis through the WHO program for Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP), concerning eradication of poliomyelitis with the differential diagnosis including TIN in governorates in Yemen. From 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2015 were reviewed. Those patients suspected to be TIN were examined by a neurologist and pediatric consultant to confirm the diagnosis. At the time of admission, specific form was designed to record demographic characteristics, clinical finding and presentation of paralysis. All patients follow up for 60 days. Results: During the study period, 788 patients were diagnosed as TIN. Of these 529 (67.1%) were males and 295 (32.9%) were females. The age of the patients was ranged (between 1 to 15 years), and most of them 555 (70.4%) were young children of ≤5 years old and 233 (29.5%) cases were 5-15 years old. The overall incidence was 28/100,000 population. The outcome of patients showed that 354 (44.9%) had residual paralysis. 429 (54.4%) TIN patients improved, and 3 (0.4%) were lost, and 2 (0.3%) patients died within 60 days of follow-up. Conclusion: This study confirms that traumatic injection neuritis is the second most common cause of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in Yemen after Guillain-Barré Syndrome with high morbidity in children.
The Case for Higher Computational Density in the Memory-Bound FDTD Method within Multicore Environments
Mohammed F. Hadi
International Journal of Antennas and Propagation , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/280359
Abstract: It is argued here that more accurate though more compute-intensive alternate algorithms to certain computational methods which are deemed too inefficient and wasteful when implemented within serial codes can be more efficient and cost-effective when implemented in parallel codes designed to run on today's multicore and many-core environments. This argument is most germane to methods that involve large data sets with relatively limited computational density—in other words, algorithms with small ratios of floating point operations to memory accesses. The examples chosen here to support this argument represent a variety of high-order finite-difference time-domain algorithms. It will be demonstrated that a three- to eightfold increase in floating-point operations due to higher-order finite-differences will translate to only two- to threefold increases in actual run times using either graphical or central processing units of today. It is hoped that this argument will convince researchers to revisit certain numerical techniques that have long been shelved and reevaluate them for multicore usability.
Breast Necrosis Following Coronary by Pass Graft Surgery: Report of Two Cases & Review of Literature  [PDF]
Maha Abdel Hadi, Yasir Ghonemi, Mohammed Regal, Saeed Al Shomimi
World Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (WJCS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/wjcs.2013.37042
Abstract: Breast is an external organ with abundant blood supply which renders it vulnerable to many inflammatory or neoplastic conditions, yet it remains immune to ischemia. Various chest wall surgical procedures may directly or indirectly affect the breast or its overlying skin. Cardiac surgery with its designed incisions is closely related to the breast terrain. Breast necrosis is very rare and only few cases were reported in the literature. We report two cases of breast necrosis in diabetic patients following cardiac bypass surgery. This emerging quandary is an alert to cardiothoracic surgeons to generate special preparation for a subset of patients prior to cardiac surgical procedures in order to minimize the occurrence of ischemia.
The Impact of Aluminum- and Iron-Bearing Admixtures on the Resistance of Portland Cement Mortars to Alkali-Silica Reaction and Sulfate Attack  [PDF]
Alexey Brykov, Anna Anisimova, Natalya Rozenkova, Mohammed Hadi, Maxim Mokeev
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2015.66058
Abstract: Study of sulfate resistance of mortars with aluminum- and iron-bearing admixtures (Al(OH)3, Al2(SO4)3, FeSO4, Fe2(SO4)3) in conditions close to those established in ASTM C 1012, and the study of the mitigation effect of these admixtures on alkali-silica reaction in accordance with accelerated “mortar bar” test ( GOST 8269.0, ASTM C 1260) were performed. Iron (II) and (III) sulfates show ability for mitigation alkali-silica reaction, while also, in contrast with Al-bearing substances, do not induce the drastic reducing of the initial setting time and do not promote the progress of sulfate corrosion. Compared with FeSO4, iron (III) sulfate has moderate deleterious impact on the early strength of cement paste and can be of interest alone as an inhibitor of ASR. Iron (II) sulfate may be used together with aluminum sulfate to offset the accelerating effect of the latter on the setting of cement paste and to reduce a risk of sulfate corrosion. During prolonged water storage, the mortar elongation and secondary ettringite formation do not occur, even when Al2(SO4)3 is available. Therefore, the investigated admixtures cannot act as agents of internal sulfate attack, however, Al2(SO4)3 can enhance the outer sulfate attack.
Using Multivariable Linear Regression Technique for Modeling Productivity Construction in Iraq  [PDF]
Faiq Mohammed Sarhan Al-Zwainy, Mohammed Hashim Abdulmajeed, Hadi Salih Mijwel Aljumaily
Open Journal of Civil Engineering (OJCE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojce.2013.33015
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Productivity is a very important element in the process of construction project management especially with regard to the estimation of the duration of the construction activities, this study aims at developing construction productivity estimating model for marble finishing works of floors using Multivariable Linear Regression technique (MLR). The model was developed based on 100 set of data collected in Iraq for different types of projects such as residential, commercial and educational projects. Which these are used in developing the model and evaluating its performance. Ten influencing factors are utilized for productivity forecasting by MLR model, and they include age, experience, number of the assist labor, height of the floor, size of the marbles tiles, security conditions, health status for the work team, weather conditions, site condition, and availability of construction materials. One model was built for the prediction of the productivity of marble finishing works for floors. It was found that MLR have the ability to predict the productivity for finishing works with excellent degree of accuracy of the coefficient of correlation (R) 90.6%, and average accuracy percentage of 96.3%. This indicates that the relationship between the independent and independent variables of the developed models is good and the predicted values from a forecast model fit with the real-life data.

Compressive Optic Neuropathy Caused by Orbital Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Mohammed M. Ziaei,Hadi Ziaei
Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/894062
Abstract: Purpose. To present a unique case of Non-Hodgkin’s-Lymphoma- (NHL) associated compressive optic neuropathy. Method. An 89-year-old male presenting with acute unilateral visual loss and headache. Results. Patient was initially diagnosed with occult giant cell arteritis; however after visual acuity deteriorated despite normal inflammatory markers, an urgent MRI scan revealed an extensive paranasal sinus mass compressing the optic nerve. Conclusion. Paranasal sinus malignancies occasionally present to the ophthalmologist with signs of optic nerve compression and must be included in the differential diagnosis of acute visual loss.
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