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  1. A large number of chronic hepatitis C patients had been successfully treated by directly acting antivirals; therefore, strategies for the long-term follow-up of these patients have to be planned based on the p...

    Authors: Nadia Abdel Ataay Abdelkader, Osama Ashraf Ahmed, Ahmed Fouad Sherief, Doaa Mahmoud Kandil, Mohammed Soliman Gado and Amira Mahmoud Al Balakosy
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:71
  2. Liver transplantation (LT) is the only effective radical cure for all types of end-stage liver diseases. Major advances have been made in the field of liver transplantation due to improvements in surgical tech...

    Authors: Azza Abd El-rahman Saab, Eman Saleh El-hadidi, Maha Mohsen Hussein, Maram Saeed Abd El-baki Shararah and Heba Hassan Aly
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:70
  3. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection mainly affects respiratory system. Later, liver affection has also been reported in the form of marked elevated liver enzymes. However, th...

    Authors: Dina Sweed, Mohamed Ramadan El Shanshory, Eman Mohammed Elaskary, Hassnaa Atef Hassan, Enas Sweed, Eman Sweed, Shimaa Abdelsattar, Ahmed Abdelgawad, Asmaa Mosbeh, Heba Abdallah, Shereen El-Mashad and Nermine Ehsan
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:69
  4. Nogo-B is one of the members of the reticulon family. Nogo-B influences the proliferation of the hepatic stellate cells inducing liver fibrotic changes. We aimed at measuring the serum levels of Nogo-B in pati...

    Authors: Ayman Fouad, Wael Aref, Ahmed Elshenawy, Hadeel M. Hanafi, Khaled M. Attallah and Alshaimaa Rezk L. R. Alnaggar
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:67
  5. Wilson’s disease is a multisystem disorder with predominant clinical symptoms depending on the site of copper deposition in the body. Hepatic presentation is usually seen in the younger age group. And pancreat...

    Authors: Sanjay Kumar, Sridhar Sundaram, Harish Darak, Suprabhat Giri and Shobna Bhatia
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:66
  6. Chronic hepatitis C (CHC) virus is associated with insulin resistance and diabetes which have been linked to progressive liver fibrosis and sustained virologic response (SVR) to antiviral treatment. Resistin i...

    Authors: Amira Isaac, Khaled Hamdy Abd El-Mageed, Hany Haroun Kaisar, Hany Samir Rasmy, Ramy Samir Abd Elhamid Ghait, Ibrahim Magdy Ibrahim and George Safwat Riad
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:65
  7. The pandemic of COVID19 which is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) was first described in China as an unexplained pneumonia transmitted by respiratory droplets. Gastrointes...

    Authors: Dina Sweed, Eman Abdelsameea, Esraa A. Khalifa, Heba Abdallah, Heba Moaz, Inas Moaz, Shimaa Abdelsattar, Nadine Abdel-Rahman, Asmaa Mosbeh, Hussein A. Elmahdy and Eman Sweed
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:64
  8. Several conditions are associated with esophageal eosinophilia such as eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) and gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD). The aim of this study was to detect the prevalence of esophage...

    Authors: Nancy Abdel Fattah Ahmed, Hebat-Allah Moheb Amer, Dina Abdallah Ibrahim and Islam Abd El-Hamid El-Zayyadi
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:63
  9. Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection represents a major health-related burden in Egypt. HCV is considered as a major cardiovascular risk factor. BNP (B-type natriuretic peptide) has been determined as a c...

    Authors: Ali Nada, Aliaa Sabry, Naglaa S. Elabd, Azza M. Abdu Allah, Nada Elnaidany and Mohamed Abbasy
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:62
  10. Around 25% of the world population was affected by the metabolic-related fatty liver disorder. Hepatic steatosis is frequently observed in conjunction with hypertension, obesity comorbidities, and diabetes. We...

    Authors: Asmaa Ali, Mona Hasan, Shaimaa Hamed and Amir Elhamy
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:61
  11. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is an emerging global health problem that accompanied the obesity epidemic and is considered as the hepatic component of metabolic syndrome (MetS). Modification of lif...

    Authors: Nehal Mohamed Bahgat Gamil, Sahar Mohamed El Agaty, Gehan Khalaf Megahed, Rania Salah Mansour and Marwa Saad Abdel-Latif
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:60
  12. Congenital hepatic fibrosis (CHF) is a rare disorder of the porto-biliary system occurring due to the defective remodeling of ductal architecture leading to progressive fibrosis of the portal tract. Though cla...

    Authors: Souradeep Dutta, Ankit Jain, Reddy Abhinaya, Bheemanathi Hanuman Srinivas and Vishnu Prasad Nelamangala Ramakrishnaiah
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:59
  13. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease remains asymptomatic until advanced disease, when risk factor modification and available treatment become no longer effective. Studies on hepatic vasculature can be informativ...

    Authors: Manal Sabry, Tarek Youssef, Mohamed Shaker, Mohamed Magdy Salama, Nourhan Assem and Christina Alfons Anwar
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:58
  14. The heterogeneous nature of human hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) impedes both treatment strategies and prognostic predictions. Several markers have been proposed for the diagnosis of HCC. Cytoskeleton-associat...

    Authors: Maissa El Raziky, Hanan Abdel Hafez, Aisha Elsharkawy, Tarek Ahmed Moneer, Suzan M. EL-Sheikh, Rabab M. Maher and Sahar A. Sharaf
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:57
  15. Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) and Adamine (Amantadine HCl) are antiviral drugs which are used for prevention and treatment for influenza. The present study was carried out to evaluate the effect of Tamiflu and Adamine...

    Authors: Nagla Zaky Ibrahim El-Alfy, Samia Mohamed Sakr, Mahmoud Fathy Mahmoud and Heba Ahmed Omar
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:55
  16. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is a major cause of liver-related morbidity and mortality among thalassemic patients. Direct-acting antiviral agents (DAAs) are highly effective and well-tolerated by chronic ...

    Authors: Elsayed Ghoneem, Ahmed Saleh, Shahira Aly El-Etreby, Metwaly Ibrahim Mortada, Mayada A. Ghannam, Shaimaa El-Ashwah and Noha Eisa
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:54
  17. Hepatitis B virus (HBV) may reactivate when treating chronic hepatitis C (CHC) with direct-acting antivirals (DAA). We aimed to investigate the risk of HBV infection and reactivation during DAA therapy by perf...

    Authors: Haitham A. Azeem, Ashraf M. Alkabeer, Ali Sobhy Mohammed and Amira Ahmed Hussein
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:53
  18. Despite the great advancement in therapeutic modalities for esophageal varices, early variceal rebleeding still occurs at high rates leading to an exaggeration of the morbidity and mortality for cirrhotic pati...

    Authors: Maha Salah Abu Alia, Abdallah Ahmed Elsawy, Reda Abdelsamaie Elarabawy and Hegazy Mohamed Hegazy
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:52
  19. Antioxidant intakes are one of the most cherished dietary approaches for the management of oxidative stress-induced liver damages. These antioxidants exist as the bioactive compounds present in plants and othe...

    Authors: Akeem Babatunde Sikiru, Arunachalam Arangasamy, Stephen Sunday Acheneje Egena, Sejian Veerasamy, Ippala Janardhan Reddy and Bhatta Raghavendra
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:51
  20. This study was conducted to check anxiety level and mental stress in the 200 confirmed hepatitis C patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chinese version of the Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) score index was...

    Authors: Sadia Rafique, Muhammad Saleem Khan, Rabia Unar, Muhammad Wajid, Ahmad Waheed and Ali Umar
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:50
  21. Hepatocellular carcinoma and hepatitis C are strongly associated. The current work aimed to study the expression levels of microRNA-331-3p and microRNA-23b-3p as propable biomarkers for detecting liver cancer ...

    Authors: Reham A. Aboelwafa, Walid Ismail Ellakany, Marwa A. Gamaleldin and Marwa A. Saad
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:49
  22. Patients with chronic hemolytic anemias (CHA) are at a high risk for transfusion-transmitted infections. Various studies in Egypt have shown a prevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in 24–37% of those...

    Authors: Walaa M. Hashem, Manal Hamdy El-Sayed, Ossama A. Ahmed, Hany M. Dabbous, Mohamed Kamal Shaker, Ahmed Fouad Sherief, Mary Gamal Naguib, Shereen Abdel-Monem Ibrahim and Ahmed Mansour
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:48
  23. Intrathoracic rupture of hepatic hydatid cyst is a rare but dangerous complication. Its occurrence in children is exceptional as diagnosis and management constitute real challenges. We report two cases of intr...

    Authors: Rachida Laamiri, Sahla Sellami, Nahla Kechiche, Mabrouk Abdelaali, Mongi Mekki and Mohsen Belghith
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:47
  24. Black gall stones are consistently described in relation to haem turnover and hemolytic disorders. Black gall stones are also a frequent presentation in cirrhotic patients, principally due to hemolysis-related...

    Authors: Omkolsoum Alhaddad, Maha Elsabaawy, Olfat Hendy, Ahmed Kamal and Helmy Elshazly
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:46
  25. Hepatic ischemia reperfusion (IR) injury is considered as a main cause of liver damage and dysfunction. The l-arginine/nitric oxide pathway seems to be relevant during this process of IR. Although acute intense e...

    Authors: Amr H. ELKady, Bataa M. Elkafoury, Dalia A. Saad, Doaa M. Abd el-Wahed, Walaa Baher and Mona A. Ahmed
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:45
  26. We evaluated the validity of some non-invasive scores and ultrasound findings to predict fibrosis and steatosis in a cohort of NAFLD patients who underwent liver biopsy. Ninety-seven NAFLD patients were enroll...

    Authors: Rasha Eletreby, Zeinab Abdellatif, Yasmine Gaber, Ahmed Ramadan, Naglaa Ahmad, Hany Khattab, Mohamed Said and Yasmin Saad
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:44
  27. In Egypt, an endemic country for both viral hepatitis C and B infections, infection could be more prevalent in pregnant females. This study aimed to assess the prevalence of chronic HCV and HBV in a cohort of ...

    Authors: Rasha Eletreby, Maged Abd Elraouf, Ahmed Fouad, Mona Nasser, Mostafa Al Bassiouni, Naglaa Zayed, Ayman Yosry and Zeinab Abdellatif
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:43
  28. Chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection has been linked to cardiovascular disease (CVD). However, CVD risk prediction in chronic HCV-infected patients is problematic as the prevalence of different cardiac bi...

    Authors: Amira Isaac, Basant Elmarashly, Kadry El Saeed, Rasha Samir Mohamed, Shereen Abdelmonem Ibrahim and Eslam Safwat
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:42
  29. Hepatocellular carcinoma is the most common primary liver malignancy, with the highest incidence in the developing world, including Egypt. Hepatocellular carcinoma is usually diagnosed in the terminal stage of...

    Authors: Ashraf Khalil, Ashraf Elfert, Samar Ghanem, Marwa Helal, Shymaa Abdelsattar, Gamalate Elgedawy, Manar Obada, Mohamed Abdel-Samiee and Hala El-Said
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:41

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  30. Liver transplantation (LT) is the best treatment for selected patients with cirrhosis and small hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) who are not candidates for resection. The proinflammatory effects of systemic infl...

    Authors: Nourhan Badwei, Waheed A. Monsef, Iman Montasser, Mohamed Bahaa, Mahmoud El Meteini and Shimaa Y. Kamel
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:40
  31. Hepatitis E virus (HEV) is an important cause of acute liver failure (ALF) in Bangladesh with pregnant mothers being more vulnerable. As HEV occurs in epidemics, it limits medical capabilities in this resource...

    Authors: Debashis Chowdhury, Farhana Mahmood, Cathryn Edwards and Simon D. Taylor-Robinson
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:39
  32. Several genetic polymorphisms have been proven to play a key role in the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) from simple steatosis to NASH with fibrosis. Our aim was to study the effect of...

    Authors: Eman M. Hasan, Rasha A. Abd Al Aziz, Dina Sabry, Hedy A. Badary, Yasmine Gaber, Ayman Yosry and Zeinab Zakaria
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:37
  33. Celiac trunk agenesis is the recent and the rarest vascular variation reported. Reported cases in literature were identified either incidentally on imaging or while cadaveric dissections. This is a unique expe...

    Authors: Fizzah Arif, Shah Muhammad, Muhammad Arsalan Khan and Abdaal Waseem Khan
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:36
  34. Hepatitis C virus infection is a global health challenge with Egypt being one of the highly affected countries. IL-10 has been suggested as a suitable marker to assess necroinflammation and to monitor the prog...

    Authors: Iman S. Naga, Amel Abdel Fattah Kamel, Said Ahmed Ooda, Hadeer Muhammad Fath Elbab and Rania Mohamed El-Sharkawy
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:35
  35. Hepatorenal syndrome is a potentially fatal complication of advanced liver disease. Markers for early diagnosis and identification of high-risk patients are lacking. Our aim was to evaluate the role of renal D...

    Authors: Mohamad Sherif Mogawer, Sahar Abdel Rahman Nassef, Samah Mohamad Abd Elhamid, Shaimaa Elkholy, Nahla Emad Abd El Aziz, Ula Mabid Al-Jarhi and Abeer Awad Abdellatif
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:34
  36. Bacterial translocation is considered the pathophysiological hallmark in the development of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP). Prokinetics can increase gastrointestinal (GIT) motility, reduce small bowel...

    Authors: Afaf Y. M. Younes, Sherief Abd-Elsalam, Gehan F. Attia and Mona A. H. Shehata
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:33
  37. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is considered one of the main causes of chronic liver diseases. HCV is responsible for 25% of HCC cases worldwide. DAAs represent an important step for HCV eradication. The ai...

    Authors: Nancy Abdel Fattah Ahmed, Ahmed Shawky Hassan Ali, Rizk Ahmed El Baz and Islam Abd El-Hamid El-Zayyadi
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:31
  38. Post-variceal band ligation bleeding ulcer is a severe complication with considerable mortality. We tried evaluating self-expandable metallic stent (SEMS) with concern to the ulcer morphology not well studied.

    Authors: Osama Elbahr, Ahmad Kamal, Ayman Alsebaey, Mohamed Amin, Mohamed Abbasy, Ahmad Edris, Ali Nada, Alyaa Sabry, Sameh Afiffy, Abd El-Aleem Helal, Mohamad Abd El-aziz and Abd El-naser Gad-Allah
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:30
  39. Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis (SBP) is an ascitic fluid infection in patients with liver cirrhosis in the absence of surgical causes. The drop of the ascitic fluid polymorphonuclear leukocyte count (AFPC) ...

    Authors: Hanaa Mostafa Badran, Maha Mohammad Elsabaawy, Mohamed Azazy Mahmoud, Heba Samy Ghanem, Ayman Alsebaey and Warda Othman
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:29
  40. Radiofrequency is one of the curative treatment options for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Despite the progressive improvements in the efficacy of radiofrequency, the survival of patients with HCC who undergo...

    Authors: N. A. Abdelkader, M. H. Abdelaleem, M. A. Abo El-maaty, S. A. Sayed and H. I. Aly
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:28
  41. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is one of the most common diseases in modern civilization that originates basically from a disturbance in the structure and function of the lower esophageal sphincter (LE...

    Authors: Taha M. Hassanin, Yasser Foaud, Hala Mohamed, Zienab Saad, Amr Elsayed, Sara Refaei and Wael Soliman
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:27
  42. Cure of chronic hepatitis C (HCV) in HIV/HCV co-infected patients is a priority due to their increased risk of complications. Daclatasvir and sofosbuvir treatment regimens with or without ribavirin are conside...

    Authors: Inas E L-Khedr Mohamed, Kadry Mohamed EL-Saeed, Mahmoud Hassan Al-Sadik and Christina Alphonse Anwar
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:26
  43. The prevention of portal hypertensive complications, including upper gastrointestinal bleeding, is critically important and achieved only through the use of upper endoscopy for the management of oesophageal ga...

    Authors: Yasir M Khayyat
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:25
  44. Acute liver failure (ALF) is a syndromic diagnosis, consisting of jaundice, coagulopathy, and any degree of encephalopathy in a patient without pre-existing liver disease within 26 weeks of the onset of sympto...

    Authors: Akash Roy, Sunil Taneja, Arka De, Ashim Das, Ajay K. Duseja and Virendra Singh
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:24
  45. Accurate assessment of GFR is critical in patients with chronic liver disease for early detection of renal disease. Cystatin C is a marker of GFR that seems to be more accurate than creatinine. The aim of the ...

    Authors: Mona Abd El-Rahman Abu El-Makarem, Mahmoud Mohamed Mousa, Lion Azer Ayaad and Hesham K. H. Keryakos
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:23
  46. Tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs), inflammatory cells in tumor microenvironment, are crucial for the tumor occurrence and progression which in turn increase the expression of soluble CD163 (sCD163). Neverthe...

    Authors: Marwa Ahmed Sakr, Khaled Abdel Hamid Mohamed, Ahmed Mohamed Hussein, Mohamed Hassan Fouad, Ahmed Samir Allam and Eslam Safwat
    Citation: Egyptian Liver Journal 2021 11:22

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