Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly

Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly

South Valley University

H-index: 3

Africa-Egypt

About Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly

Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly, With an exceptional h-index of 3 and a recent h-index of 3 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at South Valley University, specializes in the field of GIT & HPB Surgery.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Endoscopic Common Bile Duct Stones Clearance During Pregnancy: Challenges and solutions. A retrospective Cohort Study

Prognostic Significance of Lymph Node Ratio in Rectal Cancer on Overall Survival: An Alternative not a substitute. A Retrospective Cohort Study

Management of borderline common bile duct stones: Retrospective comparative study

Laparoscopic Management of Perforated Peptic Ulcer: Multicenter Experience

Endoscopic placement of self-expanding metallic stent without fluoroscopy in palliative treatment of esophageal cancer–is it safe and feasible? A multicenter experience

Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly Information

University

South Valley University

Position

Assistant Professor of General Surgery Faculty of Medicine

Citations(all)

43

Citations(since 2020)

37

Cited By

37

hIndex(all)

3

hIndex(since 2020)

3

i10Index(all)

1

i10Index(since 2020)

1

Email

University Profile Page

South Valley University

Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly Skills & Research Interests

GIT & HPB Surgery

Top articles of Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly

Endoscopic Common Bile Duct Stones Clearance During Pregnancy: Challenges and solutions. A retrospective Cohort Study

Authors

Abdallah Taha,Ahmed Saada,Mohamed Abdelshafy

Published Date

2023/12/22

BackgroundPregnancy is associated with a higher risk of common bile duct stones. Currently Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is the treatment of choice for symptomatic choledocholithiasis. However, ERCP during pregnancy is associated with hazards of radiation exposure, as well as challenging patient positioning and anesthesia.

Prognostic Significance of Lymph Node Ratio in Rectal Cancer on Overall Survival: An Alternative not a substitute. A Retrospective Cohort Study

Authors

Abdallah M Taha,Anwar T Amin,Ahmed M Saada,Murad A Jabir

Published Date

2023/11/20

Background: Accurate rectal cancer N staging requires the histopathological evaluation of at least 12 lymph nodes. Retrieval of that count is not always possible, Lymph Node Ratio (LNR) could be used as an alternative.Patients and Methods: Retrospective cohort study on 229 patients who underwent curative surgery for resectable rectal cancer. Receiver Operating Characteristic ROC) curve analysis was used to find the optimal cutoff value for Lymph Node count (LNC), Positive Lymph Nodes count (PLN), and LNR affecting overall survival (OS). The Kaplan-Meier product limit method was used for univariate analysis of factors affecting OS. Log Rank (Mantel-Cox) test was used to test significance. Cox-Regression Hazard model was used to detect the most significant factor affecting OS.Results: ROC curve analysis of PLNs revealed the poor value of the test with a sensitivity 51.9%, at PLNs 4 cutoff value, with shorter mean OS aboveit (21.71±11.597 vs. 31.20±16.634 for≥ 4 vs.< 4). ROC curve analysis of LNC revealed the poor value of the test, with a sensitivity 56% at LNC 12 cutoff value, with longermean Overall Survival (OS) above it (28.21±15.432 vs. 22.22±12.97 for LNC≥ 12 vs.< 12). ROC curve analysis of LNR revealed a good value of the test for predicting survival with a sensitivity 95% at LNR 18.82% cutoff value, with longer mean OS above it (21.44±11.607 vs. 39.82±15.085 for LNR≥ 18.8% vs.< 18.8%).

Management of borderline common bile duct stones: Retrospective comparative study

Authors

Abdallah M Taha,Saada Ahmed,Mahmoud Abdelhameid,Ahmad A Maklad,Mahmoud A Abozeid,Mohamed Abdelshafy

Journal

The Egyptian Journal of Surgery

Published Date

2023/10/1

BackgroundBorderline Size common bile duct stones (BLS-CBDS) are associated with hepato-pancreato-biliary morbidity and complications. Its optimum management is still controversial till now.AimIs to compare conservative treatment versus endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) for the treatment of BLS-CBDS.

Laparoscopic Management of Perforated Peptic Ulcer: Multicenter Experience

Authors

Abdallah Mohamed Taha,Mahmoud Abdelhameid,Ahmed Saada,Ahmed Maklad,Ramy Hassan,Mohamed Abdelshafy

Journal

SVU-International Journal of Medical Sciences

Published Date

2023/7/1

Background Perforated peptic ulcer (PPU) is a common surgical emergency. Exploratory laparotomy and repair with the omental patch are routine surgical intervention till now. In developing counties, laparoscopic repair is still not considered the gold standard in this emergency condition. Objectives This study was conducted to evaluate laparoscopic management of PPU in terms of peri-operative outcomes. Patients and methods This prospective observational study included 151 patients who presented with PPU in three tertiary hospitals from February 2018 to February 2023. Patients were divided into two groups: group (L) included 75 patients who received laparoscopic management, and group (O) included 76 patients who received open management. Demographic and peri-operative data were collected tabulated and analysed. Results No statistically significant difference between the studied groups regarding demographic and clinical data. The laparoscopic management group had statistically significant longer operative time (95±10.6 vs. 60±14.6 min.), lower doses of narcotic injections (1.564±0.432 vs. 5 ± 0.175), lower mean pain Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) (3±1 vs. 7±1), shorter time to resume oral feeding (2.1 ±.52 vs.3.4 ±.576 days), lower incidence of postoperative ileus, lower incidence of chest infection and wound infection,  shorter hospital stay (5±1.54 vs. 8±1.6 days), shorter time to return to daily normal activities (12±2.9 vs. 24±3.4 days), and better satisfaction about cosmetic results.  No statistically significant difference between the studied groups regarding postoperative leakage of the repair and incidence of intra-abdominal …

Endoscopic placement of self-expanding metallic stent without fluoroscopy in palliative treatment of esophageal cancer–is it safe and feasible? A multicenter experience

Authors

Mohamed Abdelshafy,Mahmoud Abdelhameid,Murad A Jabir,Adel M Ismail,Mostafa M Sayed,Ahmad A Maklad,Mohammed Tag-Adeen,Mohammed M Wahman,Abdallah M Taha

Journal

The Egyptian Journal of Surgery

Published Date

2022/7/1

BackgroundSelf-expanding metallic stent (SEMS) is considered nowadays as the gold standard in the palliative management of malignant dysphagia. Esophageal stenting is usually performed under both endoscopic and fluoroscopic guidance. However, placement of SEMS without fluoroscopy is still a common practice in our country owing to limited resources and long waiting list.AimTo evaluate the safety and feasibility of SEMS placement under endoscopic guidance only without fluoroscopy.

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Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly FAQs

What is Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly's h-index at South Valley University?

The h-index of Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly has been 3 since 2020 and 3 in total.

What are Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Endoscopic Common Bile Duct Stones Clearance During Pregnancy: Challenges and solutions. A retrospective Cohort Study

Prognostic Significance of Lymph Node Ratio in Rectal Cancer on Overall Survival: An Alternative not a substitute. A Retrospective Cohort Study

Management of borderline common bile duct stones: Retrospective comparative study

Laparoscopic Management of Perforated Peptic Ulcer: Multicenter Experience

Endoscopic placement of self-expanding metallic stent without fluoroscopy in palliative treatment of esophageal cancer–is it safe and feasible? A multicenter experience

are the top articles of Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly at South Valley University.

What are Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly's research interests?

The research interests of Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly are: GIT & HPB Surgery

What is Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly's total number of citations?

Abdallah Mohamed Taha Aly has 43 citations in total.

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