Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny

Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny

University of Illinois at Chicago

H-index: 19

North America-United States

About Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny

Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny, With an exceptional h-index of 19 and a recent h-index of 19 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Illinois at Chicago, specializes in the field of Pediatric Ophthalmology, Anterior Segment, Cost Analysis.

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

Re: Kianian et al.: Enhancing the assessment of large language models in medical information generation (Ophthalmol Retina. 2024; 8: 195-201)

Correlation of Strabismus Surgical Outcomes Graded by Goal-Determined Metric With Patient Satisfaction Survey

Stevens Johnson syndrome: past, present, and future directions

Trends in Medicare Submitted Charges to Allowed Payment Ratios for Ophthalmology Services

Cataract Surgery Outcomes in Retinitis Pigmentosa A Comparative Clinical Database Study

The Association of Sickle-Cell Disorders with Diabetic Retinopathy: A Large Database Study

Visual outcomes and complications of combined versus sequential pars plana vitrectomy and phacoemulsification for epiretinal membrane

Isolated eyelid neonatal Langerhans cell histiocytosis

Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny Information

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University of Illinois at Chicago

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Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny Skills & Research Interests

Pediatric Ophthalmology

Anterior Segment

Cost Analysis

Top articles of Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny

Re: Kianian et al.: Enhancing the assessment of large language models in medical information generation (Ophthalmol Retina. 2024; 8: 195-201)

Authors

Taher K Eleiwa,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny

Journal

Ophthalmology Retina

Published Date

2024/2/16

TO THE EDITOR: We read with interest the article by Kianian et al. 1 The authors investigated the use of Large Language Models (LLMs) in generating readable uveitis information and improving the readability of online health information. They used Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level (FKGL) as a tool to assess readability. Their study revealed that ChatGPT, in particular, demonstrated the ability to generate content with lower FKGL scores, indicating increased accessibility for patients, especially when rephrasing existing uveitis-related content. In contrast, Bard, another model, exhibited higher FKGL scores and was less effective in simplifying language complexity. Although the study underscores ChatGPT, s potential to help clinicians provide more accessible health information on uveitis to their patients, we would like to draw attention to a critical aspect that warrants further consideration. The study primarily assessed the …

Correlation of Strabismus Surgical Outcomes Graded by Goal-Determined Metric With Patient Satisfaction Survey

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Surya Agrawal,Steven J Staffa,David Zurakowski,David G Hunter,Linda R Dagi

Journal

American Journal of Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/4/1

PURPOSEAlthough strabismus surgery outcomes can be objectively measured, patient perception of results may differ. We present surgical outcomes graded by a prospective, “goal-determined metric” and compare these outcomes to results of a patient satisfaction survey.DESIGNValidity analysis comparing a clinical “goal-determined metric” to patient satisfaction.METHODSGoal-determined metric outcomes (2018-2021) for 2 surgeons treating esotropia or exotropia for diplopia control or reconstructive goals were collected. Inclusion required completion of postoperative examination 2-6 months after surgery and a satisfaction survey.RESULTSRecord review identified 275 patients; 228 (median age 41 years [interquartile range 13-59]) met inclusion criteria. For the entire cohort, 87% were graded as “excellent” outcomes, and 78% of patients were overall “very satisfied.” Agreement between patients’ and surgeons …

Stevens Johnson syndrome: past, present, and future directions

Authors

Hajirah N Saeed,Robert Micheletti,Elizabeth J Phillips

Journal

Frontiers in medicine

Published Date

2024

Stevens Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN) is a rare immunemediated mucocutaneous disease with a global incidence of up to 12 cases per million population annually (1). SJS/TEN cumulative hospitalization cost is∼ $128 million per year, and mortality rates can exceed 50% in the immunocompromised and elderly (2). There are still many gaps in knowledge about the pathogenesis of SJS/TEN and, hence, in the ways to optimize prevention, earlier diagnosis, targeted acute treatment and long-term management.(3).In this Research Topic, a wide breadth of novel data and new insights is presented by researchers globally, which reflects the current collaborative work that is ongoing to eliminate the morbidity and mortality of this devastating and life-threatening disease. As a direct result of this collaboration, the SJS/TEN biennial conference was established in 2017 that promoted patient and …

Trends in Medicare Submitted Charges to Allowed Payment Ratios for Ophthalmology Services

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Muhammad Z Chauhan,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Clinical Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/12/31

PurposeMany physicians charge more than the Medicare insurance program pays. Current charge-to-payment ratios in ophthalmology and trends over the years are unknown. In this work, we examined physician charge-to-payment ratios in ophthalmology across procedures and consultations.MethodsWe utilized data from 100% final-action physician/supplier Part B Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) population from 2015 to 2020. We retrieved data on ophthalmic procedures and consultations, both facility-based and non-facility-based, conducted by ≥ 50 ophthalmologists. We analyzed median charge-to-payment ratios, which were calculated as submitted charges divided by the Medicare-allowed payments, between ophthalmic procedures and consultations to assess for trends over the study period.ResultsWe find that the median charge-to-payment ratio for all current procedural terminology (CPT) codes in 2020 …

Cataract Surgery Outcomes in Retinitis Pigmentosa A Comparative Clinical Database Study

Authors

Michalis Georgiou,Ahmed F Shakarchi,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Michel Michaelides,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

American Journal of Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/2/2

PurposeTo report visual acuity (VA) outcomes, intraoperative and postoperative complications of isolated cataract surgery in eyes with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), compared with non-RP-affected eyes.DesignRetrospective clinical cohort study.MethodsA total of 113,389 eyes underwent cataract surgery between December 2010 and December 2014 at 8 clinical sites in the United Kingdom. Eyes with RP as the only comorbid pathology and eyes without any ocular comorbidities (controls) undergoing cataract surgery were compared. VA at 4-12 weeks postoperatively and rates of intraoperative and postoperative complications are reported.ResultsSeventy-two eyes had RP. The mean age in the RP group was 57±15 compared to 75±10 in controls (p<0.001). Females represented 46% of RP cases and 60% of controls (p=0.06). Preoperative VA (mean LogMAR = 1.03 vs 0.59, p<0.001) and postoperative VA (0.71 vs 0 …

The Association of Sickle-Cell Disorders with Diabetic Retinopathy: A Large Database Study

Authors

Muhammad Z Chauhan,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Ophthalmology Science

Published Date

2024/2/13

PurposeTo evaluate the association of sickle-cell disease (SCD) and sickle-cell trait (SCT) disease with diabetic retinopathy (DR) in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM).DesignPopulation-based, retrospective cohort study utilizing data from the TriNetX Research Network, including 119 million patients across 80 healthcare organizations worldwide.ParticipantsDM patients (Type 1 (T1DM) or 2 (T2DM)), with or without SCD and SCT, were included. Three cohorts were analyzed, including (1) DM patients without SCD, SCT, or Sickle-cell/Hb-C; (2) DM with SCD; and (3) DM with SCT.MethodsAll patients with DM were categorized into three cohorts based on the presence of SCD and SCT. Each cohort underwent 1:1 propensity score matching for demographics, blood glucose levels, hemoglobin A1C, and other relevant comorbidities.Main Outcome MeasuresRisk of DR in DM patients with and without SCD or SCT …

Visual outcomes and complications of combined versus sequential pars plana vitrectomy and phacoemulsification for epiretinal membrane

Authors

Yousef A Fouad,Mohamed K Soliman,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Yit C Yang,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Eye

Published Date

2024/3/14

BackgroundSymptomatic epiretinal membrane (ERM) often requires surgical intervention via pars plana vitrectomy (PPV), for which cataract development is a common complication. There is insufficient data on the visual outcomes and complications of combined phacovitrectomy (COMB) in comparison to sequential PPV with deferred cataract surgery (SEQ) for ERM.MethodsA retrospective dataset analysis of 8 National Health Service ophthalmology departments. The main outcome measures were postoperative visual acuity (VA), operative complications, postoperative cystoid macular oedema (CMO) and recurrent ERM.ResultsWe included 898 and 299 eyes in the COMB and SEQ groups, respectively. Both procedures resulted in significantly better VA across all follow-up intervals (24 weeks). The proportion of eyes with Snellen VA of at least 20/40 at 12-24 weeks was comparable in both groups (47.8% [COMB …

Isolated eyelid neonatal Langerhans cell histiocytosis

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Jamal O Azhari,Tom Kornhauser,David A Kilgore,David K Wilson,Kevin J Bielamowicz,Kandi A Stallings-Archer,John D Pemberton

Journal

Orbit

Published Date

2024/1/26

Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) is a condition characterized by clonal proliferation of the phagocytic cells derived from the bone marrow. In this article, we present an exceedingly rare case of congenital/neonatal LCH in a 3-week-old girl who initially presented with an isolated swelling of the eyelid, initially misdiagnosed as a chalazion. Subsequently, a biopsy was performed, and histopathological evaluation confirmed the diagnosis of LCH. A staging work-up revealed no evidence of multisystem involvement, and thus, local steroid injection was performed as the initial treatment for the residual lesion. Cases of localized LCH that manifest as eyelid masses are rare, and most reported cases involve children over the age of one year. To the best of our knowledge, this case represents the first reported instance of neonatal LCH presenting as an eyelid mass. Although neonatal LCH is rare, ophthalmologists must be …

Bevacizumab as adjunctive therapy in anterior persistent fetal vasculature

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Lauren Hennein,Deborah K VanderVeen

Journal

European Journal of Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/1

PurposeSurgical removal of a vascularized pupillary membrane may be challenging with the risk of intraoperative bleeding and postoperative recurrence. We present a case of a 4-week-old who presented with anterior persistent fetal vasculature (PFV) and dense vascularized pupillary membrane in which the use of intracameral and intravitreal bevacizumab may have contributed to successful treatment.ObservationA 4-week-old-month-old otherwise healthy girl was referred to Boston Children's Hospital for evaluation of cataract. Ocular examination revealed right microcornea and vascularized pupillary membrane. The left eye exam was unremarkable. Only three weeks after surgical excision of the pupillary membrane and cataract extraction, recurrence of a vascular pupillary membrane was noted. Repeat membranectomy with pupilloplasty and use of intracameral bevacizumab was performed. The pupillary …

Macular and peripapillary vascular parameters in the fellow eyes of unilateral primary congenital glaucoma: a comparative study

Authors

Sherin H Sadek,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Sarah A Saad,Yasmine M El Sayed,Ghada I Gawdat,Mahmoud A Kamal

Journal

Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Published Date

2024/4/26

PurposeTo study the fellow eyes of patients with unilateral primary congenital glaucoma (PCG) using optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) and compare them to normal age- and refractive error–matched healthy controls.MethodsUsing OCTA, the foveal avascular zone (FAZ) area, cup:disk ratio, vessel density (VD) of the optic nerve head (ONH) and peripapillary area and the macular VD in superficial (SCP) and deep vascular complexes in both 3 mm and 6 mm scans of both groups were compared. Clinical data included best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA), cycloplegic refraction, intraocular pressure (IOP), anterior and posterior segments examination findings, including ONH cup:disk ratio.ResultsA total of 48 eyes of 48 children (24 eyes in each group) were included. There was no difference in the mean RNFL thickness, cup:disk ratio, baseline visual acuity, or spherical equivalent between groups (P …

Belzutifan-induced regression of retinal capillary hemangioblastoma: A case-series

Authors

Carson W Ercanbrack,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Riley N Sanders,Erika Santos Horta,Sami H Uwaydat

Journal

American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports

Published Date

2024/2/10

PurposeTo report a series of three patients with von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease demonstrated regression of their retinal hemangioblastomas (RH) using belzutifan in conjunction with photocoagulation therapy.ObservationsPatient 1, a 23-year-old female, presented with multiple RHs in her right eye (OD) that were lasered. Her left eye (OS) revealed a large inferotemporal RH that measured approximately 2.1 mm2. Systemic belzutifan was administered. Four months after initiation of treatment, the lesion regressed to 1.4 mm2, but belzutifan was not well-tolerated and was discontinued due to side effects. At the date of belzutifan discontinuation, the lesion measured about 1.1 mm2. Focal laser photocoagulation was applied. The lesion regressed to around 0.6 mm2. Two additional laser treatments were applied one month later. On the most recent follow-up, the lesion was completely fibrosed.Patient 2, a 32-year-old …

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on ocular trauma in American infants and toddlers

Authors

Muhammad Z Chauhan,Arsalan A Ali,Jack Healy,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Paul H Phillips,Ahmed B Sallam,Sami H Uwaydat

Journal

Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Published Date

2024/3/6

PurposeTo assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on infant and toddler ocular trauma in the United States.MethodsThis retrospective analysis of ocular injury data for children ≤3 years of age focused on epidemiologic trends in pediatric ocular injuries in the United States caused by consumer products from 2017 to 2021 and compared differences between pre-pandemic (2017-2019) and pandemic (2020-2021) time periods. Data were collected from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, which includes emergency department visits caused by consumer product-related injuries from a nationally representative sample of hospitals.ResultsThe national-level estimate of ocular injuries in infants and toddlers was 51,250 (95% CI, 30471-72030). Most injuries occurred at home. We found a significant decline in the proportion of projectile ocular injuries from 0 …

Association of Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma with Diabetic Retinopathy Among Patients with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes: A Large Global Database Study

Authors

Muhammad Z Chauhan,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Krishna S Kishor,Carina T Sanvicente,Arsalan A Ali,Ahmed B Sallam,Sanjoy K Bhattacharya,Sami H Uwaydat

Journal

Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/1/10

PurposeTo assess the correlation between primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) and the risk of developing diabetic retinopathy (DR) in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM).DesignA retrospective cohort study leveraging the global patient database of TriNetX Research Network.SubjectsThe study included 44,359 DM patients with POAG and 4,393,300 DM patients without any glaucoma ≥18 years of age. Propensity score matching harmonized the cohorts to 39,680 patients each covering diagnoses from January 1, 2005, to January 1, 2023.MethodsWe analyzed data using specific ICD-10 codes for DM and glaucoma. We matched the cohorts using propensity score matching, adjusting for age, sex, race/ethnicity, blood markers, relevant medical history, and ophthalmic service utilization.Main Outcome MeasuresThe primary outcome was the first-time occurrence of DR, including non-proliferative …

Using Large Language Models to Generate Educational Materials on Childhood Glaucoma

Authors

Qais Dihan,Muhammad Z Chauhan,Taher K Eleiwa,Amr K Hassan,Ahmed B Sallam,Albert S Khouri,Ta C Chang,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny

Journal

American Journal of Ophthalmology

Published Date

2024/4

PurposeTo evaluate the quality, readability, and accuracy of large language model (LLM) generated patient education materials (PEMs) on childhood glaucoma, and their ability to improve existing online information's readability.DesignCross-sectional comparative study.MethodsWe evaluated responses of ChatGPT-3.5, ChatGPT-4, and Bard to three separate prompts requesting they write PEMs on “childhood glaucoma.” Prompt A required PEMs be “easily understandable by the average American.” Prompt B required PEMs be written “at a 6th-grade level using Simple Measure of Gobbledygook (SMOG) readability formula.” We then compared responses’ quality (DISCERN questionnaire, Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool (PEMAT)), readability (SMOG, Flesch–Kincaid Grading Level (FKGL)), and accuracy (Likert Misinformation scale). To assess the improvement of readability for existing online …

Risk of abducens nerve palsy following COVID-19 vaccination

Authors

Muhammad Z Chauhan,Taher K Eleiwa,Salah Abdelnaem,Alexander Kwok,David G Hunter,Paul H Phillips,Ahmed B Sallam,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny

Journal

Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Published Date

2024/3/6

PurposeTo investigate the prevalence and risk of new-onset abducens nerve palsy and acute-onset diplopia following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination.MethodsIn this retrospective, population-based study, patient data from the COVID-19 Research Network of TriNetX was searched via the TriNetX Analytics platform for patients who received specific vaccinations based on Common Procedural Technology codes. We recorded instances of newly diagnosed abducens nerve palsy and diplopia within 21 days following each vaccination event.ResultsOf the 3,545,224 patients (mean age at vaccination, 46.2 ± 21.3 years) who received the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, 12 (<0.0001%) patients had a new diagnosis of abducens nerve palsy and 453 (0.013%) had acute-onset diplopia within 21 days of first dose of COVID-19 vaccination. After propensity score matching, the relative risk for new abducens nerve palsy diagnosis …

Re: Sawyer et al.: Oral fluorescein angiography in pediatric ophthalmology. Ophthalmology Retina (2023

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Florin Grigorian,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Ophthalmology Retina

Published Date

2024/1/4

TO THE EDITOR: We read with interest the article by Sawyer et al. 1 The authors investigated the use of oral fluorescein angiography (OFA) in 41 pediatric patients with various retinal pathologies. The authors noted that most of the acquired OFA images exhibited a moderate quality, demonstrating high reliability (82% e85%) among masked image graders in identifying retinal vasculature or foveal avascular zone. The recent literature has explored the use of OFA in pediatric ocular conditions such as uveitis, papilledema, and retinopathy of prematurity. 2, 3 The authors mentioned the absence of studies evaluating OFA in children with systemic conditions and possible associated retinal vasculopathy, such as sickle cell disease (SCD). However, we wish to bring to their attention a recent retrospective study conducted by Conner et al, 4 which assessed OFA in 55 children with diverse ocular conditions, including those …

Collapse or distention of the perioptic space in children-What does it mean to pediatric radiologists? Comprehensive review of perioptic space evaluation

Authors

Sriram Jaganathan,Andrew Baker,Adhitya Ram,Venkatram Krishnan,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Paul H Philips,Charles M Glasier,Sateesh Jayappa,Arabinda Choudhary,Raghu Ramakrishnaiah

Published Date

2024/4/10

The perioptic space comprises the subarachnoid space [SAS] of the optic nerve communicating with the SAS of the central nervous system. Pressure variations in the SAS of the central nervous system can be transmitted to the optic papilla through the perioptic space. Variations in the diameter of the perioptic space serve as an important indicator for select intracranial pathologies in the pediatric population. Though the perioptic space can be evaluated using various imaging modalities, MRI is considered highly effective due to its superior soft tissue resolution. With advancement in MR imaging techniques, high-resolution images of the orbits can provide improved visualization of the perioptic space. It is imperative for the pediatric radiologist to routinely assess the perioptic space on brain and orbit MR imaging, as it can prompt exploration for additional features associated with select intracranial pathologies, thus …

The Use of Ologen Implant in Childhood Glaucoma Surgeries: A Review

Authors

Ahmed S Elwehidy,Joseph Toma,Dina Abd Elfattah,Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny

Published Date

2024/2/8

PurposeThis study assesses the effectiveness and safety of using Ologen implants (Aeon Astron Europe BV, Leiden, The Netherlands) as an adjunctive therapy in childhood glaucoma surgeries.MethodsWe systematically reviewed the existing literature across various electronic databases to examine the effectiveness and safety of Ologen implants in childhood glaucoma surgeries.ResultsOur analysis encompassed 14 studies on the use of Ologen implants in childhood glaucoma. Among these, seven were prospective, five were retrospective, and two did not specify their study design. Success rates varied depending on the type of surgery and the included childhood glaucoma subtype. The success rates for Ologen implants-augmented surgeries were as follows: 33.3-70% for trabeculectomy, 50-81% for combined trabeculotomy-trabeculectomy procedure, 33%-87% for glaucoma drainage device, and 60% in deep …

Comment on: Light as a drug: prospective randomized evaluation and comparison of the effect of decreased illumination on visual recovery following cataract surgery

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Muhammad Z Chuahan,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery

Published Date

2024/3/1

In their recent publication, Rosenberg et al. conclude the following:“Visual recovery and cystoid macular edema rates were significantly better in patients who underwent cataract surgery assisted by the 3D digital visualization without an increase in complications or surgical time.” 1 Our letter argues that the analysis conducted by Rosenberg et al. lacks rigor, casting doubt on the reliability of their findings. We believe that the current form of their study does not provide robust evidence that 3D-assisted cataract surgery is associated with better visual recovery and lower cystoid macular edema rates compared with cataract surgery performed using a traditional analog operating microscope.The study’s findings are drawn from comparisons of postoperative outcomes between groups with differing rates of diabetes—37% in the traditional group vs 28% in the digital group. While the P value of. 16 suggests no statistical …

Continuous Wave Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation and Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation in Childhood Glaucoma: A Meta-analysis

Authors

Abdelrahman M Elhusseiny,Amr K Hassan,Ahmed S Elsaman,Jamal O Azhari,Deborah K VanderVeen,Salah Abdelnaem,Mohammad Pakravan,Ta C Chang,Mohamed M Khodeiry,Albert S Khouri,Mohamed S Sayed,Richard K Lee,Ahmed B Sallam

Journal

Journal of Glaucoma

Published Date

2024

Purpose:To report the outcomes of continuous wave-transscleral cyclophotocoagulation (TS-CPC) and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) in childhood glaucoma.Methods:We performed a systematic search of relevant databases. We collected data on age, follow-up duration, type of glaucoma, previous surgical interventions, preoperative and postoperative intraocular pressure (IOP), preoperative and postoperative number of glaucoma medications, adverse events, number of sessions, and success rates at different time points. The main outcome measures are the amount of IOP and glaucoma medication reduction.Results:We included 17 studies studying 526 patients (658 eyes); 11 evaluated the effectiveness of TS-CPC (268 patients, 337 eyes), 5 evaluated ECP (159 patients, 197 eyes), and one study compared both techniques (56 patients, 72 eyes for TS-CPC vs. 43 patients, 52 eyes for ECP). The …

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Re: Kianian et al.: Enhancing the assessment of large language models in medical information generation (Ophthalmol Retina. 2024; 8: 195-201)

Correlation of Strabismus Surgical Outcomes Graded by Goal-Determined Metric With Patient Satisfaction Survey

Stevens Johnson syndrome: past, present, and future directions

Trends in Medicare Submitted Charges to Allowed Payment Ratios for Ophthalmology Services

Cataract Surgery Outcomes in Retinitis Pigmentosa A Comparative Clinical Database Study

The Association of Sickle-Cell Disorders with Diabetic Retinopathy: A Large Database Study

Visual outcomes and complications of combined versus sequential pars plana vitrectomy and phacoemulsification for epiretinal membrane

Isolated eyelid neonatal Langerhans cell histiocytosis

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are the top articles of Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny at University of Illinois at Chicago.

What are Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny's research interests?

The research interests of Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny are: Pediatric Ophthalmology, Anterior Segment, Cost Analysis

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Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny has 1,089 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abdelrahman M. Elhusseiny are David G. Hunter, Ahmed Sallam, Linda R Dagi, Eric D Gaier, Hajirah N. Saeed, Ghasem Yazdanpanah, MD, MPH, PhD.

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    David G. Hunter

    David G. Hunter

    Harvard University

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    Ahmed Sallam

    Ahmed Sallam

    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

    H-index: 22
    Linda R Dagi

    Linda R Dagi

    Harvard University

    H-index: 22
    Eric D Gaier

    Eric D Gaier

    Harvard University

    H-index: 20
    Hajirah N. Saeed

    Hajirah N. Saeed

    Harvard University

    H-index: 19
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    Ghasem Yazdanpanah, MD, MPH, PhD

    University of Illinois at Chicago

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