Make your own free website on Tripod.com

 

.

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOME| Contact

Copyrights 1995-2007 Created and maintained by MBC

 

MEDICSINDEX

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
 

Mohamed M. Mohi Eldin

Professor of Neurosurgery

Office: Department of Neurosurgery, Cairo
University Hospitals, Kasr El Aini, Cairo, Egypt.
Clinic: Arayes Buildings No.1, Sudan st., at the end of Ahmed Oraby St., Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt.


Telephones: Cell Clinic 00201223403690, Clinic 0020233022907

Email: mmohi63@yahoo.com,

Web Site: http://nsmec.wordpress.com

http://neurospine.wordpress.com/

 

 
 
 

Date: March 2013.

Full name: Professor Mohamed Mohamed Mohi Eldin El Basiony Ahmed.

Short name: Professor Mohamed Mohi Eldin.

Position/title: Neurosurgery & Spine Consultant / Professor.

Nationality: Egyptian.

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION: Neurosurgery & Spine Consultant.

PRESENT POST:

         Professor of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.

         Head of Neurosurgery Department, Naser Institute Hospital, Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population, Cairo, Egypt, (September 2012 till now), (www.nasserinstitute.com).

         Board member of Egyptian accreditation council for assigning neurosurgery university staffs, as part of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), (March 2013 till now), (http://www.scu.eun.eg/wps/portal).

         Task Force Consultant at SPU, Ministry of Higher Education, Egypt.

         Board member of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS: http://esns.org.eg),

         Administrator & Executive Committee member of the Neurospine Group of the ESNS (http://www.neurospinegroup.com),

         Executive Committee member and the initiative of the Pan Arab Minimally Invasive Spine Society (PAMISS: http://www.pamiss.com) and Chairman of its Scientific Committee,

         Executive Committee member of the Middle East Spine Society (ME Spine: http://www.mespine.org),

         Member of the referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Egyptian accreditation council for assigning Neurosurgery University staffs (2008 till now).

EDUCATION:

         Pre-university School Education: (1969-1980) Leaving certificate obtained in June 1980 (Achieved honor in all subjects).

         University Undergraduate Chemistry and Physics Education: (1980-1981) at the faculty of Science, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

         University Undergraduate Medical Education: (1980-1987) All medical and surgical teaching undertaken at the faculty of medicine and Cairo University Hospitals, Cairo, Egypt.

         Postgraduate Education: (1989-1997) All medical and surgical practice undertaken at the Cairo University Hospitals, Cairo, Egypt.

ACADEMIC CAREER PREPARATION (QUALIFICATIONS):

         Bachelor in medicine & surgery (MB-BCH): Graduated with honors (November 1987), Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University.

 

         Master in General Surgery (M.Sc.):  Evaluated as the first, Excellent (May 1992), Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University. "Pseudo-tumor Cerebri" was the thesis submitted for partial fulfillment of Master degree.

 

         Doctor Degree in Neurosurgery (M.D): May 1997, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University. "Trans-sphenoidal surgery" was the thesis submitted for partial fulfillment of M.D degree.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER EXPERIENCE:

         Postgraduate Training Internship (House officer): Appointed as an intern at Cairo University Hospitals from 1-3-1988 to 28-2-1989; General Professional and Basic Surgical Training, Special Emphasis – Neurosurgery.

         Resident (Registrar) in neurosurgery:  Appointed as a resident in neurosurgery at Cairo University Hospitals from 18-3-1989 to 18-3-1992.

         Clinical demonstrator (Senior Registrar) in neurosurgery:  faculty of medicine, Cairo University Hospitals;   from 14-5-1994 to 30-10-1994.

         Assistant lecturer (Clinical Fellow) in neurosurgery:  department of neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University Hospitals; from   1-11-1994 to 27-10-1997.

         Lecturer (Consultant) in neurosurgery:  department of neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University; from 27-10-1997 to 29-10-2002.

         Assistant professor in neurosurgery:  department of neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University; from 30-10-2002 till 31-10-2007.

         Professor in neurosurgery:  department of neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University; from 31-10-2007 till now.

         Additional professional, managerial, leadership, and advisory experience and attributes gained from positions of responsibilities as a lead clinician, specialist advisor, panelist and chairman positions held and listed in the C.V.

ADJUVANT AND CURRENT JOBS:

Consultant of Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery at:

 

  • Kasr El Aini University Hospital,
  • Specialized Kasr El Aini Hospital,
  • New Educational Kasr El Aini Hospital,
  • Abo El Reesh Children's Hospital,
  • Cairo National Insurance Authority Hospitals,
  • Al Helal Hospital,
  • Naser Institute Hospital,
  • Red Sea Hospital,
  • Private Hospitals.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

 

Executive Committee Member of:

 

  • Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Egyptian accreditation council for assigning Neurosurgery University staffs, since March 2013 till now,
  • Neurospine Group of ESNS, (www.neurospinegroup.com), 2006 till now,
  • Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons, ESNS (esns.org.eg), 2009 till now,
  • Pan Arab Minimally Invasive Spine Society, PAMISS, (www.pamiss.com), Jan 2009 till now,
  • Middle East Spine Society, ME-Spine, (www.mespine.org), Jan 2011 till now.

 

Referee committee Member of:

 

  • Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Egyptian accreditation council for assigning Neurosurgery University staffs, since 2008 till now,
  • Medical Journal of Cairo University, since 2010 till now,
  • Neurology India  Journal, since 2005 till now,
  • Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice (JNRP), since 2009 till now,
  • Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers (JBCP), since 2009 till now,
  • Indian Journal of Orthopaedics (IJOrtho), since 2009 till now

 

Member of the Editorial Board of:

 

  • Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice (JNRP), since 2009 till now

 

Faculty Member of:

 

  • The Turkey Congress of the International Society for Minimal Intervention in Spinal Surgery (ISMISS Turkey Congress)
  • The Middle East Spine Society Conference

 

Member of

 

  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), USA
  • Association for Medical Ethics (AME), previously known as Association for Ethical Spine Surgeons (AESS), USA
  • AO Spine (Middle East)
  • Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS)
  • Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons, (ESNS)
  • The Egyptian Spinal Society
  • Member of Neurosurgical Society of Australasia (NSA), Australaia

 

 

DISTINCT ACHIEVEMENTS:

 

Chief Director & Supervisor of the Neurosurgery Department of:

 

  • Naser Institute Hospital, Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population (10-2012 till now)
  • Faculty of Medicine, Fayoum University (2007-2008)
  • Faculty of Physical Thearpy, Cairo University (2003-2006)
  • Neurosurgery Section of School of Nursing, Cairo University (2002-2003)

 

Establishment of:

 

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Unit, Neurosurgery Department, Naser Institute Hospital, Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population, Cairo, Egypt.
  • The Formal Pan Arab Minimally Invsive Spine Society, starting bipolarly in Egypt and Kuwait as reference countries (www.pamiss.com)
  • The Formal Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Fayoum University, (2007-2008).

 

Teaching Neurosurgery and Spinal Surgery, see later.

 

Supervising Master and Doctorate Degrees Theses in Neurosurgery and Spinal Surgery (including minimally invasive and new techniques):

 

  • Comparative study between static and dynamic cervical fusions. MD Thesis, 2011
  • Comparative Study between lumbar interspinous spacers, Coflex & X-stop, MD Thesis, 2011
  • Management of pathological fractures of the dorsal & lumbar spine, MD Thesis, 2011
  • Assessment of human DNA-methylation and MTHER genetic variants in the development of NTDs, Master Thesis, 2009
  • Percutaneous transpedicular lumbar fixation, MD Thesis, 2008
  • Comparative study between transcortical & transcallosal approaches to lateral ventricular tumors, MD Thesis, 2008
  • Three Dimentional Correction of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis, MD Thesis, 2006
  • Surgical management of degenerative spondylolithesis, MD Thesis, 2006
  • Adverse neurotension on epidural fibrosis following cervical disc surgery, Master Thesis, 2005
  • Management of anterior cerebral artery aneurysm, MD Thesis, 2000

 

 

BOOKS:

 

An Introduction To Neurosurgery For Undergraduates of Faculty Of Physical Therapy (4th Year), editions 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

 

Introductory Manual of Neurosurgical Procedures For Postgraduate physical therapy students, 2005-2006

 

 

ORGANIZED MEETINGS & CONFERENCES:

 

1.    The 1st Scientific Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), in conjunction with the Regular Scientific Meeting of the Neurosurgery Department of Al–Sahel Educational Hospital, Cairo, December 2005.    

2.    The Periodic Group Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with the Department of Neurosurgery, Cairo University, Cairo, May 2006.

3.    The 1st  Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Principles Of Spinal Arthrodesis and Bone Graft Substitutes, Al-Ein Al-Sokhna, Red Sea, July 2006.

4.    The Quarterly Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) on (Intrinsic Spinal Cord Tumors), PortSaid, November 2006. 

5.    The joint annual meeting of Neurosurgery Department, Suez Canal University and quarterly meeting of NeuroSpine Group of ESNS, Fayed city, July10th 2008.

6.    The First Congress of African Federation of Neurological Societies (AFNS) in Collaboration with Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) & Neurospine Group (NSG), Sharm El- Sheikh – Egypt, 4 – 7 Fabruary,2009.

7.    The Multi-Institutional Neurosurgical Meeting (Second Year), Kasr El Aini Hospital, Thoracolumbar Fractures, April 2nd, 2009.

8.    The 4th Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Innovations in Spinal Surgery, Taba, 9-11 December, 2009.

9.    2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposium (MENS 2011), Challenges of Modern Spine Surgery in the Middle East, In Collaboration with: Egyptian NeuroSpine Section/ESNS, Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo – Egypt, January 26-28, 2011.

10.     1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey, December 7-9, 2011.

11.      

 

POSTGRADUATE CME COURSES, SUPPLEMENTARY MEETINGS & CONFERENCES ATTENDED:

 

1.   International Meetings:

1.    The 1st Middle East & African Pediatric Neurosurgery Course as part of the Annual meeting of Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons, Cairo, March 1997.

2.    The WFNS Educational Course organized by the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with The Educational Committee of the WFNS, Cairo, October 1997.

3.    The Meeting of the PAN Arab Society of Neurosurgery, Sharm El sheikh, September1998.

4.    The International Congress of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery, Alexandria, March 1999.

5.    The Middle East 23rd Neurosurgical Society Meeting, under the auspices of the World Federation of Neurological Surgeons (WFNS), in collaboration with Pan-Arab Neurosurgical Society, Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), and Lebanese SNS, Sharm El Sheikh, Nov. 2000.

6.    The 5th International Congress on Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, Cairo, March 2001.

7.    The Work Shop of Spinal Instrumentation in African Countries, as part of the Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with The Pan African Association of Neurological Sciences (PAANS), Cairo, March 2002.

8.    The 15th Biannual Meeting of the Pan African Association of Neurological Sciences (PAANS) in collaboration with the 27TH Annual Meeting of the ESNS, Cairo, March 2002.

9.    The 1st Pan Arab African Conference for Care & Rehabilitation of Handicapped, organized by The Egyptian Association For Care of The Handicapped (EACH), Cairo, October 2003.

10.     The 55th Annual International Congress of Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), Cairo, December 2003.

11.     The 5th Cairo International Neurology Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, Sharm El Sheikh, January 2004.

12.     The 1st Pan African & Pan Arab International Pediatric Epilepsy Conference), organized by The Egyptian Neuropediatric Society (ENPS), in collaboration with The Egyptian Epilepsy Society, The European Pediatric Neurology Society, and The American Epilepsy Society, Cairo, February 2004.

13.     The International Conference on Recent Advances In Neuro-traumatology, sponsored by The Neuro-traumatology Committee of The World Federation of Neurological Societies, organized by the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Aswan, March 2004.

14.     The 4th International Spine Congress of the Pan Arab Spine Society organized by The Egyptian Orthopedic Association, in collaboration with the Egyptian Spine Society, Cairo, October 2004.

15.     The 6th Cairo International Neurology Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, Cairo, January 2005.

16.     The 3rd International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Child Neuro-Psychiatry (ESCNP) in collaboration with International Child Neurology Association (ICNA), Aswan, March 2005.

17.     The 7th Cairo International Neurology Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, Cairo, February 2006.

18.     The 8th Annual International Spine Congress of Ain Shams University, on Motion Segment Preservation, Cairo, April 2006.

19.     The 1st East Mediterranean Epilepsy Congress, Luxor, February 2007.

20.     The 2nd International Congress of Egyptian Cerebro Vascular Association (ECCVA) in collaboration with International Stroke Society (ISS), Alexandria – Egypt, July 2007.

21.     The 1st Kuwait-American Congress Meeting in collaboration with the AANS, Salmia, Kuwait, 2007,

22.     The first international meeting of the Egyptian Society of Interventional Radiology (INTERVENE 1), Cairo, February 2008.

23.     The 10th International Spine Congress of Ain Shams Orthopaedics & Spine Surgery Department In Collaboration With World Spine Society (WSS), Alexandria – Egypt, 19th - 21st March 2008.

24.     The 2nd International Congress of Egyptian Cerebro-Cardio-Vascular Association (ECCVA) In Collaboration with World Stroke Organization, Alexandria, July 23rd -26th 2008.

25.     The 2nd Kuwait-American Congress Meeting in collaboration with the AANS, Salmia, Kuwait, 14-19 November 2008,

26.     The 1st Pan Arab Minimally Invasive Spine Hands-On, in Kuwait University Hospital, Mubarak Al-Kabeer, January 2009.

27.     The First Congress of African Federation of Neurological Societies (AFNS) in Collaboration with Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) & Neurospine Group (NSG), Sharm El- Sheikh – Egypt, 4 – 7 Fabruary,2009.

28.     The 34th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Hurgada-Egypt, 4-7 March, 2009.

29.     Hands on Course on dynamic spinal fixation (Training DCI and coflex), Görlitz- Germany, 24 - 26 March, 2009.

30.     The 2nd ISMISS Congress of Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments in Turkey, Istanbul 3-6 April, 2009.

31.     The 7th Pan Arab Spine Meeting, in adjunction with The Egyptian Scoliosis         Society, and Cairo University Neurosurgery Department, Cairo, Egypt, 8-10  October, 2009. 

32.     The 3rd Kuwait-American Congress Meeting in collaboration with the AANS, Salmia, Kuwait, 5-7 December 2009,

33.     The 61st Annual international congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), in association with the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS) and International Federation of Paediatric Orthopaedic Societies (IFPOS), Cairo, Egypt, 14-17 December, 2009.

34.     The 35th International ESNS annual meeting, Sharm El-Siekh, Egypt, March 10-13th, 2010.

35.     Pre- ISMISS Congress Live Surgery and Hands-on Cadaver Workshop, Capa Medical School Neurosurgery, Istanbul University, Turkey, April 2010. 

36.     The 3rd ISMISS Congress in Turkey on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", April 2-4, 2010 at Polat Renaissance Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey.

37.     The 1st Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia (MENS 2010), April 8-11, 2010, Istanbul, Turkey.

38.     The 1st Meeting of the Society for Progress and Innovations for the Near East (SPINE 2010) Updates and Cadaveric Bioskills Workshops, June 23 – 26, 2010, Beirut, Lebanon.

39.     The 4th American-Kuwaiti Neurosurgical Meeting in collaboration with the AANS, Salmia, Kuwait, 5-7 December 2010.

40.     The 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposium (MENS 2011), Challenges of Modern Spine Surgery in the Middle East, In Collaboration with: Egyptian NeuroSpine Section of ESNS, January 26-28, 2011, Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo – Egypt.

41.     The 3rd International Arab European Conference on Neuroprotection & Neurorecovery, June 21-24, 2011, Galaxy Hotel Iraklio, Heraklion, Crete/Greece.

42.     EuroSpine 2011, October 19-21, 2011, Milan Convention Centre (MIC), Milan, Italy.

43.     The 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), December 7-9, 2011, Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey.

44.     The 12th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Back Pain, in collaboration with the 7th African Arab Congress of Back Pain, January 11-13, 2012, Grand Albatros Hotel, Port Said, Egypt.

45.     The 1st Saudi International Spine Conference, January 20-22, 2012, Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

46.     The 5th ISMISS Congress in Turkey on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", April 5-8, 2012, Papillion Zeugma Hotel, Antalya, Turkey.

47.     The 5th Maghrebian, 27th National Algierian Congress of Neurosurgery, June 8-11, 2012, Sheraton Hotel, Algiers.

48.     The 9th Panarab Neurosurgical meeting, December 9-12, 2012, Marina Hotel, Salmia, Kuwait.

49.     The XIVth Brussels International Spine Symposium, November 9-10, 2012, Brussels, Belgium.

50.     The 1st Mediterranean Interdisciplinary Conference on Bone Augmentation Procedures and Injectable Therapeutics, January 42, 2013, Cairo Marriott Hotel, Cairo, Egypt.

51.     The 6th ISMISS Congress in Turkey on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", April 11-14, 2013, Sheraton Cesme, Izmir, Turkey.

 

 

2.   National Meetings:

 

1.    The Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Cairo, March 1998.

2.    The Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Red Sea, March 2000.

3.    The 1st Advanced Spinal Meeting of the Egyptian Spinal Society, on Spinal Endoscopic & Cage Surgery, Fayed, June 2000.

4.    The 1st Medical Conference for Specialized Medical Centers (SMC), organized by Ministry of Health & Population, Cairo, December 2002.

5.    The 4th Cairo International Neurology Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, Cairo, January 2003.

6.    The 28th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), in collaboration with The French Society of Neurosurgery (SFNC), Sharm El Sheikh, March 2003.

7.    The 1st Educational Course of Neurosurgical Diseases (about posterior fossa surgery in children) organized by the Egyptian Center for Medical Sciences, in collaboration with the Department of Neurosurgery, Azhar University, Cairo, July 2003.

8.    The scientific conference of the Department of Neurosurgery, Asyot University, in collaboration with the ESNS, Asyot, December 2003.

9.    The Annual Summer Meeting of the Department of Neurosurgery, Alexandria University, in Collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Alexandria, September 2004.

10.     The 3rd Scientific Annual Meeting of the Department of Neuropsychiatry, South Valley University, in Collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery, and  Neuropsychiatry Department, Alexandria University, Alexandria, September 2004.

11.     The Quarterly Scientific Seminar of the Department of Neurosurgery, Ain Shams University, in collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Cairo, December 2004.

12.     The 30th Annual Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Cairo, March 2005.

13.     The First Neurology Workshop 2006, Ain-Soukhna, June 2005.

14.     The Annual Summer Meeting of the Department of Neurosurgery, Alexandria University, in Collaboration with Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Neuro-Alex, Surgery of the Craniocervical Junction, Alexandria, September 2005.

15.     The 1st Scientific Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), in conjunction with the Regular Scientific Meeting of the Neurosurgery Department of Al–Sahel Educational Hospital, Cairo, December 2005.    

16.     The 2nd Scientific Meeting of the Egyptian Scoliosis Society, Spine Update II (Problem Solving), in Conjunction with the Orthopedic Department, Cairo University, Cairo, December 2005.

17.     the Neuro-Radiology Symposium organized by the Departments of Neurosurgery and Diagnostic Radiology, Mansura University, in collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Mansura, January 2006.

18.     The 31st Annual Conference of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Hurghada, March 2006.

19.     The Annual Scientific Meeting of the Department of Neurosurgery, Suez Canal University, in collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Intracranial Pressure & Head Injuries, Ismailia, May 2006.

20.     Advanced EEG Course at Ain Shams University (Specialized Hospital), Cairo, May 2006.

21.     The Periodic Group Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with the Department of Neurosurgery, Cairo University, Cairo, May 2006.

22.     The 1st  Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Principles Of Spinal Arthrodesis and Bone Graft Substitutes, Al-Ein Al-Sokhna, Red Sea, July 2006.

23.     The Annual Summer Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) and the Department of Neurosurgery, Alexandria University: Alex Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery, Alexandria, September 2006.

24.     The Quarterly Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) on (Intrinsic Spinal Cord Tumors), PortSaid, November 2006. 

25.     The Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), in collaboration with World Association of Lebanese Neurosurgeons, Sharm El Sheikh, March 2007.

26.     The 2nd Annual Conference of Al Azhar Neurosurgery Department In collaboration with The Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeon's (ESNS), "Neuro-endoscopy", El Sheikh Saleh Kamel Conference Center, Nasr City – Cairo, January 17th, 2008.

27.     Winter meeting of the Egyptian Cerebro-Cardio-Vascular Association Management of Acute Stroke Vs Management of acute Myocardial Infarction, Sharm El-Shaikh-Egypt, 6 - 8 March 2008.

28.     The Annual Neonatology Conference (NICU - Mansoura University Children’s Hospital) Neonatal Brain…...Where We Stand, PortSaid, 2 – 4 April 2008.

29.     The joint annual meeting of Neurosurgery Department, Suez Canal University and quarterly meeting of NeuroSpine Group of ESNS, Fayed city, July10th 2008.

30.     The Annual Summer Meeting of The Department of Neurosurgery, Alexandria University, in Collaboration with the ESNS, North Coast, Egypt, 8–10 October, 2008.

31.     The 13th annual conference of the Faculty Of  Medicine For Girls (FMG), Medical Schools and National Health Insurance: A Partnership for Quality Achievement of Medical Education and Health Care, the National Training Institute, Cairo 28-30 October 2008.

32.     Ain Shams Joint Meeting on (Craniopharyngioma), Dar El Difaa, Cairo, 8th  January 2009.

33.     Al-Azhar conference in collaboration with ESNS, on (Minimal Invasive Spinal Surgery), El Shiekh Saleh Kamel conference centre, Al-Azhar University, Nasr City-Cairo, January 15,2009.

34.     The 20th Annual Conference of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate, about Medical Emergency and Critical Care, Giza-Egypt, 17 March, 2009.

35.     The Multi-Institutional Neurosurgical Meeting (Second Year), Kasr El Aini Hospital, Thoracolumbar Fractures, April 2nd, 2009.

36.     The 4th Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): Innovatios in Spinal Surgery, Taba, 9-11 December, 2009.

37.     The 28th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Surgeons (ESS), February 17th -19th, 2010.

38.     The Annual Meeting of the Department of Neurosurgery - Ain Shams University, in Collaboration with the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): (Updates in Dorsal & Lumbar Spine), January 13, 2011, Cairo, Egypt.

39.     Seminar of Intra-operative Neurophysiological Monitoring: Methods and value, Elsahel teaching hospital, Cairo, 25th may, 2011.

40.   Multi-Institutional Group Meeting El-Sahel Teaching Hospital, Cairo, 2nd of June, 2011.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

1.   Teaching of doctoral medical students:  as part of the teaching team responsible for courses given in the department of neurosurgery, Cairo University.

2.   Teaching of graduate medical students:  as part of the teaching team responsible for courses given in the faculty of medicine, Cairo University.

3.   Thesis supervision in research protocols,

4.   Teaching of residents of neurosurgery:  in clinical settings & in continuing education courses in the department of neurosurgery, Cairo University.

5.   Teaching of postgraduate nursing students (2002-2003): as a consultant responsible for course of neurosurgery given in Kasr El Aini School of Nursing, Cairo University.

6.   Teaching of graduate physical therapy students (2003-2006): as a consultant responsible for course of neurosurgery given in the faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University.

7.   Preparing a group of young generations trained in the field of minimally invasive spine procedures.

CHAIRMAN AT CONFERENCES:

 

         Chairman at the Young Neurosurgeon Session (IX) of The First Congress of AFNS In Collaboration with  ESNS & Neurospine Group (NSG), Sharm El- Sheikh – Egypt, February, 2009.

         Chairman at Spine session (17) of the 34th Annual Meeting of the ESNS, in collaboration with the AANS, Hurgada-Egypt, March, 2009.

         Chairman at Session III of the 4th Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Spine Group of the ESNS, Taba-Egypt, December, 2009.

         Chairman at Session II of the international 35th ESNS annual meeting, Sharm El-Siekh, Egypt, March 10-13th, 2010.

         Chairman at the 3rd ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Istanbul- Turkey, April 2010.

         Chairman at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposium (MENS 2011), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, January 26-28, 2011.

         Chairman at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), December 7-9, 2011, Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey.

         Chairman at the 5th ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalia, Turkey, April 5-8, 2012.

         Chairman at the 5th Maghrebian, 27th National Algierian Congress of Neurosurgery, Algiers June 8-11, 2012.

         Chairman at the 1st Mediterranean Interdisciplinary Conference on Bone Augmentation Procedures and Injectable Therapeutics, Cairo, Egypt, January 24, 2013.

         Chairman at the 6th ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Izmir, Turkey, April 11-14, 2013.

 

PRESENTAIONS AT CONFERENCES:

1.    Posterior lumbar interbody fusion with cages: Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Soma Bay, Red Sea, Egypt, March (2000).

2.    Craniopharyngioma in the Pediatric Age Group: Presented at the XXIX Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pediatric Neurosurgery, Aalborg, Denmark, July (2001).

3.    Middle and lower cervical (C3-C7) pedicle screw fixation: Presented at the Middle East 23rd Neurosurgical Society Meeting, under the auspices of the WFNS, Sharm El Sheikh, Nov. 2000; and presented at the 55th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), Cairo, Egypt, December (2003).

4.    Implant Failure of Posterior Lower Spinal Instrumentation: Presented at the 55th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), Cairo, Egypt, December (2003).

5.    Minimally Invasive Spinal Procedures Presented at The Institutional Neurosurgical Meeting, Kasr El Aini Hospital, January (2009).

6.    Discography Presented at The Institutional Neurosurgical Meeting, Kasr El Aini Hospital, February (2009).

7.    Nucleoplasty (a new look to the spine) Presented at the Annual International Congress of the Egyptian  Neurospine Group of the ESNS, in collaboration with the Pan African Society of Neurological Surgeons Sharm El-Shikh, Egypt, February (2009).

8.    New Trends in Spine intervention Presented at the 20th Annual Conference of the Egyptian Medical Syndicate, about Medical Emergency and Critical Care, Giza-Egypt, 17 March (2009).

9.    Dynamic Spinal Fixation Presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS) in collaboration with the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Hurgada-Egypt, 4-7 March (2009).

10.     Minimal invasive approaches in Thoracolumbar fractures Presented at The Multi-Institutional Neurosurgical Meeting (Second Year), Kasr El Aini Hospital, April 2nd (2009).

11.     Dynamic cervical Implant , early experiences, Presented at the 7th Pan Arab Spine Meeting, Cairo, Egypt, 8-10 October (2009).

12.     Lumbar Decompression Augmented With Coflex, Presented at the 7th Pan Arab Spine Meeting, Cairo, Egypt, 8-10 October (2009).

13.     Minimally Invasive Techniques (MIT) in Management of Lumbar Disc Disease (New Trends in Spine Interventions) Presented at the 7th Pan Arab Spine Meeting, Cairo, Egypt, 8-10 October (2009).

14.     Dynamic cervical Implant , early experiences, Presented at 4th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian NeuroSpine Group, Taba, Egypt, December (2009).

15.     Lumbar Decompression Augmented With Coflex Presented at 4th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian NeuroSpine Group, Taba, Egypt, December (2009).

16.     Evidence-Based Minimally Invasive Techniques in Spine Disease (2009) Presented at 4th Annual Meeting of the Egyptian NeuroSpine Group, Taba, Egypt, December (2009).

17.     Lumbar Decompression Augmented With Coflex Presented as poster at The 61st Annual international congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), in association with SRS and IFPOS, Cairo, Egypt, 14-17 December (2009).

18.     Dynamic cervical Implant , early experiences, Presented at The 61st Annual international congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), in association with SRS and IFPOS, Cairo, Egypt, 14-17 December (2009).

19.     Minimal invasive techniques in lumbar disc disease, Presented at The 61st Annual international congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association (EOA), in association with SRS and IFPOS, Cairo, Egypt, 14-17 December (2009).

20.     Coflex Augmented Lumbar Microdecompression  Microlaminectomy, (Comparative Pilot Study), Presented at the 35th International ESNS annual meeting, Sharm El-Siekh, Egypt, 10-13 March, (2010).

21.     Regenerative Sclerotherapy (A good Adjuvant in spine management) Presented at the 35th International ESNS annual meeting, Sharm El-Siekh, Egypt, 10-13 March, (2010).

22.     Coflex Augmented Lumbar Microdecompression  Microlaminectomy, (Comparative Pilot Study), Presented at the 3rd ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", Istanbul, Turkey, 2-4 April (2010).

23.     Coflex Dynamic Interlaminar-Interspinous Distraction Stabilization Device for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases (Initial Experience) Presented at the 3rd ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", Istanbul, Turkey, 2-4 April (2010).

24.     The Epidural Cocktail for management of Lumbar Disc Bulge, Presented at the 3rd ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", Istanbul, Turkey, 2-4 April (2010).

25.     The Lumbar Interspinous Distraction, Stabilization (IDS) Decompression devices, (Initial Experience of a Comparative Study), Presented at the 3rd ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatment", Istanbul, Turkey, 2-4 April (2010). 

26.     The Epidural Cocktail for Lumbar Disc Prolapse (A new minimally invasive alternative, on an outpatient bases), Presented at the 1st Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, Istanbul , Turkey, 2-4 April (2010). 

27.     Coflex- Augmented Lumbar Microdecompression Microlaminectomy (Comparative Pilot Study), Presented at the 1st Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, Istanbul , Turkey, 2-4 April (2010). 

28.     Percutaneous Lumbar Transpedicular Fixation, A new minimally invasive alternative (Indications, operative techniques and preliminary experiences), 1st Meeting of the Society for Progress and Innovations for the Near East (SPINE 2010) Updates and Cadaveric Bioskills Workshops, Beirut, Lebanon, 23–26 June (2010).

29.     Overview of Minimally Invasive Spinal Techniques (MIST) of The Lumbar Region, Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Department of Neurosurgery - Ain Shams University, in Collaboration with The Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS): (Updates in Dorsal & Lumbar Spine), Cairo, Egypt, January 13 (2011).

30.     Segmental lumbar stenosis case study, Presented at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, in Collaboration with The Neuro-Spine Section of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January (2011).

31.     Outcomes of Percutaneous Nucleoplasty for the Treatment of Discogenic Pain, Presented at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, in Collaboration with The Neuro-Spine Section of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January (2011).

32.     Spondylolisthesis case study, Presented at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, in Collaboration with The Neuro-Spine Section of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January (2011).

33.     Percutaneous Lumbar Transpedicular Fixation, Presented at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, in Collaboration with The Neuro-Spine Section of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January (2011).

34.     The Dynamic Cervical Implant (DCI), Presented at the 2nd Middle East Neurosurgical Symposia, in Collaboration with The Neuro-Spine Section of the Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons (ESNS), Pyramids Park Hotel, Cairo, Egypt, 26-28 January (2011).

35.     Lumbar percutaneous screw placement, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

36.     Hints and facts about spine degeneration, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

37.     Multilevel Lumbar Canal Stenosis .. To Fuse or not to Fuse ?, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

38.     Mini-open approach for lumbar surgery & fusion, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

39.     Segmental lumbar stenosis case study, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

40.     Spondylolisthesis Case Study, Presented at the 1st Middle East Spine Meeting (MEspine 2011), Point Hotel Barbaros, Istanbul, Turkey 7-9 December (2011).

41.     Lumbar MIS Techniques, Presented at the 12th Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Society of Back Pain, in collaboration with the 7th African Arab Congress of Back Pain, Grand Albatros Hotel, Port Said, Egypt 11-13 January (2012).

42.     Catheter Virtual Discectomy (5 Years Experience), Presented at the 5th ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalia, Turkey, 5-8 April (2012).

43.     Minimally Invasive 360ฐ Lumbar fusions, Presented at the 5th ISMISS Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalia, Turkey, 5-8 April (2012).

44.     Lumbar Spine Nonoperative management, Presented at the 5th Maghrebian, 27th National Algierian Congress of Neurosurgery, Algiers, 8-11 June (2012).

 

 

LOCAL PUBLICATIONS:

 

1.    Comparative study between narrow dynamic compression plate with transpedicular screws, and titanium transpedicular fixation in the surgical management of symptomatic Non-traumatic spondylolisthesis in adults: EJNS (14) 1: 175-180, Jan (1999).

2.    Surgical management of cerebellar metastases: EJNS: 14 (2): 405-412, June (1999).

3.    Posterior lumbar interbody fusion with cages (A preliminary Report). Med. J. Cairo Univ. 68 (2): 379-388, June (2000).   

4.    Neuroepithelial supratentorial hemispheric tumors in children (A Five Years Experience): Med. J. Cairo Univ.: 68 (4) (Suppl. II): 273-278, December (2000).

5.    Management of Diastematomyelia: A comparative study Between type I and Type II Split Cord Malformation: Med. J. Cairo Univ.: 68 (4) (Suppl. II): 107-115, December (2000).

6.    The Doppler cerebral arterial flow velocity resistive index (of Pourcelot) as a non-invasive means of monitoring cerebral hemodynamic changes in decision making problems in pediatric hydrocephalus: JAC. (11): 4, December (2000).

7.    Spontaneous non-traumatic brain abscesses in pediatric- age group (risk factors of treatment failure and predictors of outcome): JAC, (11) 4, December (2000).

8.    Atlantoaxial instability in the pediatric-Age Group: Med. J. Cairo Univ. 65(4) (Suppl. II): 29-35, December (2000).

9.    Ventriculoperitoneal shunt complications (risk factors & avoidance), in the pediatric age group: Med. J. Cairo Univ., 68 (4): Suppl. II: 21-28, December (2000).

10.     Anterior cervical single level disectomy with cage fusion: EJNS: Jan. (2001).

11.     Middle and lower cervical (C3-C7) pedicle screw fixation: anatomic feasibility of pedicle morphology and radiologic evaluation of the anatomical measurements. Med. J. Cairo Univ.: 69 (2): 417-424, June (2001).

12.     Anterior cervical decompression and fusion for the treatment of cervical myelopathy: with and without anterior cervical plate system fixation.  E.J.N.S. Vol. 17 (2): 173-181, June (2002).

13.     Non-AIDS related fungal infections of the CNS. E.J.N.S. Vol. 18 (1): 363-369, January (2003).

14.     Endovascular Management of Ruptured Intracranial Aneurysm. E.J.N.S. Vol. 19 (2): 115-120, June (2004).

15.     Choroid Plexus Papillomas in Pediatric Age Group (Report of 15 consecutive cases).  Med. J. Cairo Univ. 72 (2): 405-413, June (2004).

16.     Skull vault defects reconstruction (Comparison of different techniques & results, and effect on cerebral hemodynamics: Evaluation with transcranial Doppler sonography). Med. J. Cairo Univ. 72 (4): 665-677, December (2004).

17.     The influence of a ventricular catheter on the risk of epilepsy in children with shunted hydrocephalus: (Prognostic value of EEG findings). Are the indictments of CSF shunting surgery in the process of epileptogenesis true or not? Med. J. Cairo Univ. 73 (3): Suppl.: 161-169, September (2005).

18.     Antrolateral mini fronto-orbito-zygomatic (MFOZ) craniotomy via an eye brow incision in the management of anterior cranial fossa and sellar region lesions. E.J.N.S. Vol. 21 (1): January (2006).

19.     Implant Failure of Posterior Transpedicular Lower Spinal Instrumentation: (A clinical & surgical challenge and its radiological assessment). The Egyptian journal of radiology and nuclear medicine, March (2006).

20.     Approaches to minimize the risk of epidural fibrosis after lumbar disc surgery: )Clinical  & MRI-based outcome evaluation(. Med. J. Cairo Univ. 74 (1): 141-156, March (2006).

 

 

INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS & CITATIONS:

 

1.       Craniopharyngioma in the Pediatric Age Group: A 10-year Experience: Child’s Nerv. Syst. 17: 427, abstracts of the annual meeting of the international society of pediatric neurosurgery, (2001).

 

2.       Pediatric craniopharyngioma; rationale for multimodality management: The Egyptian experience. 

 

Citation: Hafez MA, ElMekkawy S, AbdelBadie H, Mohy M, Omar M. Pediatric craniopharyngioma; rationale for multimodality management: The Egyptian experience. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2006 Apr;19 Suppl 1:371-80.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Pediatric%20craniopharyngioma%3B%20rationale%20for%20multimodality%20management%3A%20The%20Egyptian%20experience

 

3.       The Epidural Cocktail for management of Lumbar Disc Bulge - ISPUB

Citation: M.M. Eldin: The Epidural Cocktail for management of Lumbar Disc Bulge. The Internet Journal of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology. 2010 Supplement III to IJMIST IV, No 5

www.ispub.com

http://www.ispub.com/journal/the-internet-journal-of-minimally-invasive-spinal-technology/supplement-iii-to-ijmist-iv-no-5/the-epidural-cocktail-for-management-of-lumbar-disc-bulge.html

4.       Coflex Dynamic Interlaminar-Interspinous Distraction Stabilization Device for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases (Initial Experience) - ISPUB

Citation: M.M. Eldin: Coflex Dynamic Interlaminar-Interspinous Distraction Stabilization Device for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases (Initial Experience). The Internet Journal of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology. 2010 Supplement III to IJMIST IV, No 5

www.ispub.com

http://www.ispub.com/journal/the-internet-journal-of-minimally-invasive-spinal-technology/supplement-iii-to-ijmist-iv-no-5/coflex-dynamic-interlaminar-interspinous-distraction-stabilization-device-for-lumbar-degenerative-diseases-initial-experience.html

5.       The Lumbar Interspinous Distraction, Stabilization (IDS) Decompression devices, (Initial Experience of a Comparative Study) - ISPUB

Citation: M.M. Eldin: The Lumbar Interspinous Distraction, Stabilization (IDS) Decompression devices, (Initial Experience of a Comparative Study). The Internet Journal of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology. 2010 Supplement III to IJMIST IV, No 5

www.ispub.com

http://www.ispub.com/journal/the-internet-journal-of-minimally-invasive-spinal-technology/supplement-iii-to-ijmist-iv-no-5/the-lumbar-interspinous-distraction-stabilization-ids-decompression-devices-initial-experience-of-a-comparative-study.html

6.       Catheter Virtual Lumbar Discectomy (The Epidural Cocktail for Lumbar Disc Prolapse): A New Minimally Invasive Alternative, On an Outpatient Bases- ISPUB

Citation:  M.M.M. Eldin : Catheter Virtual Lumbar Discectomy (The Epidural Cocktail For Lumbar Disc Prolapse) A New Minimally Invasive Alternative, On An Outpatient Bases. The Internet Journal of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology. 2012 Volume 5 Number 1. DOI: 10.5580/2be7

www.ispub.com
http://www.ispub.com/journal/the-internet-journal-of-minimally-invasive-spinal-technology/volume-5-number-1/catheter-virtual-lumbar-discectomy-the-epidural-cocktail-for-lumbar-disc-prolapse-a-new-minimally-invasive-alternative-on-an-outpatient-bases.html

 

7.       Coflex- Augmented Lumbar Microdecompression / Microlaminectomy, (Comparative Pilot Study) - ISPUB

Citation: M.M.M. Eldin: Coflex-Augmented Lumbar Microdecompression /Microlaminectomy (Comparative Pilot Study). The Internet Journal of Minimally Invasive Spinal Technology. 2012 Volume 5 Number 1. DOI: 10.5580/2c25

www.ispub.com
http://www.ispub.com/journal/the-internet-journal-of-minimally-invasive-spinal-technology/volume-5-number-1/coflex-augmented-lumbar-microdecompression-microlaminectomy-comparative-pilot-study.html

 

8.       Catheter Virtual Lumbar Discectomy (Early and 5 Year Follow-up Results) A New Minimally Invasive Alternative, on an Outpatient Bases

Citation: M. Mohi Eldin: Catheter Virtual Lumbar Discectomy (Early and 5 Year Follow-up Results) A New Minimally Invasive Alternative, on an Outpatient Bases. The Open Spine Journal. 2012 Volume 4: 16-27.

www.benthamscience.com
http://www.benthamscience.com/open/tospinej/articles/V004/16TOSPINEJ.pdf

9.       Minimal Access Direct Spondylolysis Repair Using a pedicle screw-rod system (Case series)

Citation: M. Mohi Eldin: Minimal Access Direct Spondylolysis Repair Using a pedicle screw-rod system (A Case series). Journal of Medical Case Reports 2012, 6:396 (23 November 2012)

http://www.jmedicalcasereports.com/content/6/1/396

 

SUBMITTED ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS:

 

 

1.    Implant Failure of Transpedicular Lower Spinal Instrumentation, has been accepted for e-Poster presentation and publication on the official abstract CD-ROM of Global Spine Congress, San Francisco, USA, 23–26 June (2009).

2.    Percutaneous Disc Decompression (Nucleoplasty) for the Treatment of Chronic Discogenic Pain, (Under publication),

3.    Coflexฎ Dynamic Interlaminar-Interspinous Distraction Stabilization Device for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases (Initial Experience), (Under publication),

4.    Coflexฎ Dynamic Interlaminar-Interspinous Distraction Stabilization Device for Lumbar Degenerative Diseases has been has been accepted in the Digital Poster category for the Annual Meeting of AANS/CNS Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves in Orlando, Florida, February 17–20 (2010).

5.    Lumbar Decompression / Microlaminectomy Augmented With the Implantation of the Coflex Device (Comparative Study with other Common Lumbar Decompressive Surgeries: Initial Experience) has been accepted in the Digital Poster category for the 2010 Annual Meeting of AANS/CNS Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves in Orlando, Florida, February 17–20 (2010).

6.    Mini-open approach for lumbar spine surgery and fusion:  has been accepted for e-Poster presentation and publication on the official abstract CD-ROM of the Global Spine Congress 2011 (GSC 2011), Barcelona, Spain, March 23-26 (2011).

7.    Outcomes of percutaneous nucleoplasty for the treatment of discogenic pain (an applied clinical evaluation):  has been accepted for e-Poster presentation and publication on the official abstract CD-ROM of the Global Spine Congress 2011 (GSC 2011), Barcelona, Spain, March 23-26 (2011).

8.    Percutaneous Lumbar Transpedicular Fixation:  has been accepted for e-Poster presentation and publication on the official abstract CD-ROM of the Global Spine Congress 2011 (GSC 2011), Barcelona, Spain, March 23-26 (2011).

9.    The Dynamic Cervical Implant (DCI) A motion preservation philosophy: has been accepted for a podium presentation for 4th ISMISS Turkey 2011 Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalya, Turkey, April 1–3 (2011).

10.     Outcomes of Percutaneous Nucleoplasty for the treatment of Discogenic pain (An Applied Clinical Evaluation): has been accepted for a podium presentation for 4th ISMISS Turkey 2011 Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalya, Turkey, April 1–3 (2011).

11.     Percutaneous Lumbar Transpedicular Fixation:  has been accepted for a podium presentation for 4th ISMISS Turkey 2011 Congress on Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and Interventional Treatments, Antalya, Turkey, April 1–3 (2011).

12.     The Dynamic Cervical Implant (DCI) A motion preservation philosophy: has been selected for a poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Progress & Innovation for the Near East (S.P.I.N.E.) in conjunction with the 4th Annual Symposium on Current Concepts in Orthopedics (Sports Injury, Joint Reconstruction, & Trauma), Spine, and Pain Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon, June 22-25 (2011).

13.     Percutaneous Lumbar Transpedicular Fixation, Our Experience: has been selected for a podium presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Progress & Innovation for the Near East (S.P.I.N.E.) in conjunction with the 4th Annual Symposium on Current Concepts in Orthopedics (Sports Injury, Joint Reconstruction, & Trauma), Spine, and Pain Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon, June 22-25 (2011).

 

 

AS REFEREE:

 

MANUSCRIPT ARTICLES REVIEWED:

1.    Acute cerebellar ischemia after lumbar spinal surgery: Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, February (2012).

2.    Spinal Tuberculosis, Role of Surgery: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

3.    Long term follow up of microdiscectomy versus laminectomy in treatment of discogenic sciatica: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

4.    Tailoring the surgical approach for cervical spondylotic myelopathy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

5.    Strategy of management of perioperative hydrocephalus in pediatric patients with posterior fossa tumours: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

6.    Cervical corpectomy with mesh cage reconstruction & anterior plating for cervical spondylotic myelopathy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

7.    The role of posterior lumbar interbody fusionfor cases with failed back surgery syndrme following lumbar laminectomy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

8.    Short segment pedicle instrumental fixation of lumbar burst fractures with pedicle screw at the fractured level: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

9.    Predictors of surgical outcome following microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

10.     Prognostic factors of decompression craniotomy for severe traumatic brain imjury: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

11.     Decompressive laminectomy for degenerative lumbar canal stenosis, Does instrumented fusion required? : The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, December (2011).

12.     Effect of Magnesium Sulphate Therapy on patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrage using serum S100B protien as a prognostic factor: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2011).

13.     Successful Endovascular Management of brain aneurysms presenting with mass effect and cranial nerve palsy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2011).

14.     Cervical Cages: A new strategy for contageous two-level cervical interbody fusions ( A low morbidity procedure): The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2011).

15.     Evaluation of congenital hydrocephalus using ADC Measurements: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2011).

16.     Closure of large myelomeningocoele by lumbar artery perforator flaps: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2011).

17.     Surgical Management of Bacterial Brain Abscess: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2011).

18.     Effect of a Chitosan Bioelectret Membrane On Bone, Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers, June (2011).

19.     Feasibility of trans- Iliosacral plating for vertically unstable fractures associated with neurological injury of sacral spine. Part 1, Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, May (2011).

20.     The role of T1W-fluid attenuated inversion recovery -T1W FLAIR- in evaluation of gliomas of the brain: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

21.     Immunomodulator effect of intramuscular tramadol for postcraniotomypain in patientswith supratentorial space occupying lesions: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

22.     Water dissection technique of Toth: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

23.     Reproductive Implications of Endoscopic 3rd Ventriculostomy for the treatment of hydrocephalus: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

24.     Surgical management of Chiari I malformation with and without syringomyelia: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

25.     Efficacy of Hypertonic Saline 3% compared with Mannitol 20% for treatment of elevated intracranial pressure and the outcome in head trauma patients: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

26.     Cine phase-contrast MR imagesfailed to predict outcome following ETV: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2011).

27.     Early Fixation in the Management of Cervical Spine Injuries: Master Degree Thesis – Cairo University, April (2011).

28.     Limited unilateral partial laminectomy & lateral dural incision: one of the best approach for spinal meningioma: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, March (2011).

29.     Combined Estimation of Intracranial Pressure & Cerebral Perfusion Pressure for predictability of outcome of children with Severe Head Injury: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, February (2011).

30.     Serum S100B & neuron-specefic enoiase as predictors of the neurologic disability statusafter traumatic brain Injury: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, February (2011).

31.     Feasibility & outcome of Endoscopic Ulnar Nerve Release in Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, February (2011).

32.     Efficacy of Surgical Management of Meralgia Parasthetica: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, February (2011).

33.     Traumatic Vertebral Artery Dissection: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, November (2010).

34.     Delayed Presentation of Spinal Cord Trauma: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, November (2010).

35.     Morphometric Analysis of the Occipital Condyle & its implications in transcondylar appraoch: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

36.     Supratentorial Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors, Single Institutional Study: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

37.     A Comparative Analysis of Whiplash Associated Disorder Treated with Surgical and Invasive Method: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, August (2010).

38.     Assessment of bilateral peninsula-shaped linear craniotomy in mild degree of craniosynstosis: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

39.     Experience with Peripheral Nerve Injury in Lower Extremities: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

40.     The possible neuroprotective effects of amoldipine, magnesium sulphate, & vit. E against cerebral ischemia & ischemia/reperfusion injury in albino rats: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

41.     Olfactory Groove Meningioms: MRI Assessment and Recurrence prevention: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

42.     Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma with intracranial extension: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

43.     Endoscopic role in surgical management of craniopharyngioma: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

44.     Spinal Cord Schistosomiasis: 15 years local experience: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

45.     Neurohypophyseal Injury in surgery of sellar & suprasellar lesions: complications & avoidance: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

46.     Perctaneous Image-guided lumbar disc Nucleoplasty: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

47.     Comlications related to PEEK Cages in fusion after anterior cervical discectomy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

48.     Evaluation of disc excision for recurrent lumbar disc herniation, with or without fusion: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

49.     Management of Residual/Recurrent Pituitary Adenoma: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

50.     Endoscopic Transnasal Anetrior Skull Base Resection: Anatomic Study: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

51.     Immediate single stage reconstruction of complex frotofaciobasal injuries: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

52.     Prediction of Mortality among critically ill patients: Master Degree Thesis – Cairo University, August (2010).

53.     Craniopharyngiomas in Adults & Children: Outcome & Recurrence: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

54.     Morphmetric Analysis of the vertebral artery groove of the first cervical vertebra - ATLAS: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

55.     Evaluation of synthetic versus autogenous bone graft fusion in acute thoracolumbar burst fractures: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

56.     MRI of Neoplastic Perineural Spread of the Trigeminal Nerve: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

57.     Role of Apparent Diffusion ADC & Multivoxil Chemical Shift Proton Spectroscopy in Grading of Brain Tumors: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

58.     Latenvy of Pediatric Brain Tumor Diagnosis in province of delta: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

59.     Neuroendoscopic Management of Loculated Hydrocephalus: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

60.     Spontaneous Spinal Epidural Hematoma: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, August (2010).

61.     Physical and In-Vitro Biological Evaluation of a PA6/MWCNT: JOURNAL BIOACTIVE AND COMPATIBLE POLYMERS, August (2010).

62.     Evaluation of Surgical Microscope Integrated Intraoperative near-infrared indocyanine green Videoangiography during aneurysm surgery: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

63.     Growing Skull Fractures: Clinical Study: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

64.     Intraoperative Localization of Intracranial Cavernomas by Real-time 3D Ulrasonography: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

65.     Peritumoral Brain Oedema as a predictor of short term surgical outcome of Supratentorial Meningioma patients: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

66.     Anterior Cervical Fusion of Single level Cervical Disc Disease: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

67.     Combined traumadol/bupivacaine scalp block in electyive supratentorial brain tumor resection: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

68.     Autogenous vien wrapping for treatment of recurrent carpal tunnel syndrome: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

69.     Paraspinal gossybipoma: Case report and review of the literature: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, July (2010).

70.     Giant plexiform neurofibroma presenting with craniovertebral junction instability: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, July (2010).

71.     CERVICAL INTRASPINAL SCHWANNOMA: REPORT OF A CASE: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, June (2010).

72.     Role of surgical management of spontaneous intracerebal haemorrhage: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, May (2010).

73.     Evaluation of Lumbar Interspinous Spacer in the treatment of Lumbar Degenerative Stenosis: Master Degree Thesis – Suis Canal University, April (2010).

74.     Rare complication: Acute Syringomyelia due to Tuberculoma and Tubercular Meningitis: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, March (2010).

75.     Infantile subdural collections: graded response management of a continuing dilemma: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, March (2010).

76.     Thoracic spinal cord decompression for ossified ligamentum flavum: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, July (2010).

77.     Conservative surgery & radiotherapy for adult spinal astrocytoma: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, March (2010).

78.     Spontaneous lumbar disc infections in adults: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, March (2010).

79.     Accuracy of steriotactic biopsy in the diagnosis of brain lesions: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, March (2010).

80.     TUBERCULAR EPIDURAL ABSCESS WITH CERVICAL LOCALISATION: COMPLETE REGRESSION WITH DRUG THERAPY: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, February (2010).

81.     PRIMARY LUMBOSACRAL INTRADURAL HYDATID CYST IN A CHILDS: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, December (2009).

82.     Cyctic haemagioblastoma of the brainstem: Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, November (2009).

83.     Reliability of MRI-based grading oflumbar nerve root compromise: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

84.     Assessment of instability following cervical laminectomyfor cervical spondylotic myelopathy: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

85.     Outcome after steriotactic thalamotomy for tremors: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

86.     Relation of development of adjacent segment degeneration after2 levels posterolateral fusions for degenerative lumbar instability: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

87.     Glomus Jugulare Tumors: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

88.     Selective percutaneous radiofrequency thermocoagulation rhizotomy for trigeminal neuralgia: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

89.     Cervical medial branch in facetogenic neck pain: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

90.     Sterotactic biopsy of brain stem lesions: The referee committee of the Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees – EUPC, June (2009).

91.     ELECTROSPUN POLYACRYLONITRILE NANOFIBROUS MEMBRANES TAILORED FOR ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE IMMOBILIZATION: JOURNAL OF BIOACTIVE AND COMPATIBLE POLYMERS, May (2009).

 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS: 

Neurosurgery consultant in:

  • Cairo University Hospitals: 
    • Kasr El Aini Hospital,
    • Specialized Kasr El Aini Hospital,
    • New Educational Kasr El Aini Hospital,
    • Abo El Reesh Children's Hospital
  • Cairo National Insurance Authority,
  • Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population, Cairo:
    • Al Helal Hospital
    • Naser Institute Hospital
  • Red Sea Hospital,
  • Private Hospitals.

 

REFERENCES:

Letters of Reference File is available upon request from:

Staff Career Administration,

Faculty of Medicine,

Cairo University

Cairo, Egypt.