Abdelaziz T H

Abdelaziz T H

Ain Shams University

H-index: 5

Africa-Egypt

Abdelaziz T H Information

University

Ain Shams University

Position

Professor of Orthopaedics

Citations(all)

125

Citations(since 2020)

72

Cited By

65

hIndex(all)

5

hIndex(since 2020)

4

i10Index(all)

2

i10Index(since 2020)

1

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Ain Shams University

Abdelaziz T H Skills & Research Interests

Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery

Top articles of Abdelaziz T H

Is the level of vitamin D deficiency correlated with the severity and bilaterality in slipped capital femoral epiphysis? A case series study

The aim of the study is to find the correlation between vitamin D level and the severity of slippage and bilateral development in slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) cases if any. Thirty-nine patients with moderate-severe stable SCFE were evaluated regarding their vitamin D level and to which extent the severity of vitamin D deficiency, if present, can be correlated with the severity and bilaterality of the slip. Vitamin D serum level was assessed preoperatively for all patients. In case of deficiency, the patient underwent in situ pinning unless performed before his/her presentation. Alongside, he/she received a vitamin D course until correction prior to the definitive surgery (Imhäuser osteotomy with osteochondroplasty) 6-12 weeks after. Thereafter, osteotomy healing and physis closure were monitored radiologically. Results show that all patients but one had vitamin D deficiency, with an average of 14.39 ng/mL, necessitating vitamin D therapy before proceeding to the definitive surgery. No correlation existed between vitamin D level and Southwick angle severity with a p-value of 0.85. A negative correlation existed between vitamin D level and bilaterality, but not statistically significant (p-value 0.192). Patients’ osteotomy healing was uneventful, and physeal closure was achieved in all the cases that had in situ pinning. We conclude that the severity of Vitamin D deficiency could be linked to the bilateral development of SCFE but not the severity of slippage. Treatment of Vitamin D deficiency facilitates physeal closure.

Authors

Shady Elbeshry,Tarek Hassan Abdelaziz,Ahmad Saeed Aly,Shady Mahmoud

Journal

Acta Orthop Belg

Published Date

2022/6/1

Kidney diseases and COVID-19 pandemic–A review article

In December 2019, first cases of a novel coronavirus were identified in Wuhan, China. A state of global pandemic was shortly declared among a very rapid contagious spread of the virus. The causative virus was identified as the SARS-CoV-2 viruses and is genetically related to the previous SARS outbreak in 2003. The virus causes a wide clinical spectrum from mild flu-like symptoms to adult respiratory distress syndrome. Kidney involvement has been reported in several reports in patients with various degrees of severity of SARS-CoV-2 infection. As knowledge is evolving, the accurate incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) is not known. Many questions are yet to be answered regarding the effect of epidemiological variables and comorbidities on the occurrence of AKI. Some reports have observed the occurrence of hematuria and proteinuria in a percentage of infected patients. Moreover, chronic kidney disease has not been found, in some reports to add to the adverse outcomes, an aspect that merits further exploration. Patients on regular hemodialysis may be vulnerable to coronavirus infection due to the lower status of immunity and the need for frequent attendance at health-care facilities. Due to the previous factors, prevention and mitigation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, in this vulnerable population, constitutes a major challenge.

Authors

Tarek Abdelaziz

Published Date

2020/5/30

Intertrochanteric Imhäuser osteotomy combined with osteochondroplasty in treatment of moderate-severe stable slipped capital femoral epiphysis: a case series study

The aim of the study is to assess the safety and efficacy of Imhäuser osteotomy combined with osteochondroplasty in the treatment of moderate-severe stable slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) on short-term basis. Nineteen patients (20 hips) with moderate-severe stable SCFE were surgically treated by Imhäuser osteotomy combined with osteochondroplasty and followed up for 3–4 years. The cases aged between 12 and 18 years at the time of surgery and complained of a variety of symptoms and signs that included pain, limping, limited range of motion (ROM), and/or abductor weakness. The outcomes were assessed using clinical and radiological parameters as well as functional outcome measures:“Harris hip score”(HHS) and “The Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index”(WOMAC). There were statistically significant improvements in flexion, internal rotation, and abduction ROM …

Authors

Tarek Hassan Abdelaziz,Shady Samir Elbeshry,Ayman Hussein Goda,Tamer A Fayyad,Ahmad Saeed Aly,Shady Abdulghaffar Mahmoud

Journal

Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B

Published Date

2020/5/1

Novel Urinary Biomarkers and Chronic Kidney Disease After Coronary Angiography: A Prospective Case-Controlled Study

AIM: The aim of the study was to test two urinary biomarkers: Kidney injury molecule-1 (KIM-1) and liver-type fatty acid binding protein (L-FABP) as markers of kidney injury following coronary angiography.METHODS: This is a prospective non-randomized controlled trial, performed in two large teaching hospitals. Patients were recruited from the catheter lab or form nephrology outpatient clinics. In group (A), 100 patients with AKI on top of CKD after coronary angiography and Group B: Thirty-one patients with stable CKD as a control. KIM-1 and L-FABP were measured at base line and after 3 months.RESULTS: In group (A), 100 patients who had acute on top of CKD after coronary angiography, stage progression occurred in 15 patients in group (A) compared to two patients in group (B)(p= 0.28). The median change in eGFR after 3 months was not statistically significant between both groups (p= 0.8). Median baseline urinary liver-type fatty acid binding protein was higher in Group A compared to Group B (3.7 μg/g vs. 1.82 μg/g). The change in L-FABP from baseline to 3 months was significant between both groups (p< 0.001). The median urinary concentrations of KIM-1 and L-FABP were higher at the end of the follow-up compared to base line values in both groups,(p< 0.000).CONCLUSION: Urinary L-FABP correlates with kidney function decline in patients with acute on top of CKD after coronary angiography. Urinary levels of KIM-1 and L-FABP at 3 months increase significantly compared to baseline in patients with progressive CKD.

Authors

Amin Roshdy Soliman,Ahmed Yosry,Hussein H Samir,Tarek Abdelaziz,Haytham Soliman,Rabab Mahmoud Ahmed

Journal

Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences

Published Date

2020/9/23

CORRECTION OF PES PLANOVALGUS IN CEREBRAL PALSY: A SHORT TERM OUTCOME OF EXTRA-ARTICULAR SUBTALAR ARTHRODESIS

Background Pes planovalgus is the most common foot deformity observed in cerebral palsy (CP) patients causing pain, gait abnormality, instability and in severe deformity. It can lead to brace intolerance. The treatment of this deformity should be directed to correct the foot malalignment, secure the stability of the foot during stance and correct the abnormal gait. After failure of conservative treatment, surgical treatment is the option. It varies from simple soft tissue procedures to tarsal osteotomies, subtalar extra-articular arthrodesis, intra-articular arthrodesis and triple arthrodesis. When these are compared, all techniques have advantages and disadvantages. Aim of the Work This prospective clinical study is conducted to evaluate the short term outcome of the extra-articular subtalar arthrodesis using fibular graft that harvested from the junction between the proximal 1/3 and the distal 2/3 of the fibula in correction of flexible pes planovalgus in children with cerebral palsy. Patients and methods We conducted a prospective study involving 13 patients (22 feet) with cerebral palsy who failed conservative treatment for more than 6 months. Postoperative complications were recorded. Assessment of the patients clinically and radiologically was done and compared to that of the preoperative data. Results Clinical results were satisfactory in 21 feet and unsatisfactory in 1 foot according to kim et al scoring system. Radiologically; the anteroposterior talocalcaneal angle decreased from the median of 2°6 (range 1°1 – 5°6 ) preoperative to 9°.5 (range °1 – 3°5 ) post operative. The lateral talocalcaneal angle deceased from the mean of 42.0°5 ± 7.3°5 preoperative …

Authors

Tarek Hassan Abdelaziz,Mohamed Nabil Al Sayed,Amr Farouk Mohamed,Ahmed Said Ali,Mohamed Nabil Mahmoud

Journal

Ain Shams Medical Journal

Published Date

2020/6/1

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What is Abdelaziz T H's h-index at Ain Shams University?

The h-index of Abdelaziz T H has been 4 since 2020 and 5 in total.

What are Abdelaziz T H's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Is the level of vitamin D deficiency correlated with the severity and bilaterality in slipped capital femoral epiphysis? A case series study

Kidney diseases and COVID-19 pandemic–A review article

Intertrochanteric Imhäuser osteotomy combined with osteochondroplasty in treatment of moderate-severe stable slipped capital femoral epiphysis: a case series study

Novel Urinary Biomarkers and Chronic Kidney Disease After Coronary Angiography: A Prospective Case-Controlled Study

CORRECTION OF PES PLANOVALGUS IN CEREBRAL PALSY: A SHORT TERM OUTCOME OF EXTRA-ARTICULAR SUBTALAR ARTHRODESIS

are the top articles of Abdelaziz T H at Ain Shams University.

What are Abdelaziz T H's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelaziz T H are: Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery

What is Abdelaziz T H's total number of citations?

Abdelaziz T H has 125 citations in total.

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