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Alexandria Journal of Medicine

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The Alexandria Journal of Medicine is concerned with providing a venue for publication of research, with a particular focus on diseases of high prevalence in MENA (Middle East and North Africa) and its comparison to their profile worldwide. Manuscripts from the international scientific community are also welcome to cater to the interests of our broad readership, both regional and worldwide and to increase the opportunities for fruitful interregional scientific collaboration.

The journal publishes original research articles, review articles, short communications and clinical trials in an open access format. Furthermore, time to first decision has been set to be within 6 weeks to facilitate rapid dissemination of high quality accepted articles.

For a detailed description of the different types of manuscripts, the readers can consult the online Guide for authors. The material is subject to the highest standards of editorial revision and peer review. Papers describing research involving human subjects and the procedures followed should conform to ethical standards. Articles containing promotional material (advertisements), whether implicit or explicit will not be included in the Journal.


Please Note: This journal is now produced and hosted by Elsevier on behalf of the Alexandria University Faculty of Medicine. Peer Review is under the responsibility of the Alexandria University Faculty of Medicine.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/20905068

The journal is also indexed in the WHO Global Health Library http://www.globalhealthlibrary.net/php/index.php and is also catalogued in "Index Copernicus" Journal list and is under evaluation (IC value 2009 = 4.1).


Vol 54, No 3 (2018)

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Rolling up the pieces of a puzzle: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the prevalence of toxoplasmosis in Iran EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Masoud Foroutan, Sahar Dalvand, Ahmad Daryani, Ehsan Ahmadpour, Hamidreza Majidiani, Shahram Khademvatan, Esmaeil Abbasi 189-196
Otosclerosis and complications of stapedectomy: CT and MRI correlation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Heba Ibrahim Ali, Nivan Hany Khater 197-201
Physiological variables and molecular study of KLK2 and KLK3 among patient with benign prostatic hyperplasia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mustafa F. Dawood, Sameer M. Khalaf, Ahmed A. Suleiman 203-206
Endoscopy audit over 10 years in a community hospital in Egypt EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ahmed Gado, Basel Ebeid, Aida Abdelmohsen, Tarek Gado, Anthony Axon 207-214
64 MS-CTU: Review of techniques and spectrum of the ureteric diseases EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mahmoud Agha, Ahmed Fathi Eid 215-227
Evaluation of selective peripheral neurotomies in the treatment of refractory lower limb spasticity in adults EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sherif M. Salem, Waleed Fawzy El-Saadany, Wael Ahmed Fouad, Walid A. Abdel Ghany 229-233
Forensic dissection of lip print as an investigative tool in a mixed Egyptian population EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.A. Ahmed, Hanan E. Salem, Marwa M. Fawzy 235-239
Attitudes towards menopause and depression, body image of women during menopause EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nülüfer Erbil 241-246
Socio-demographic and clinical factors predicting time to presentation for children with pneumonia in Ilorin, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rasheedat M. Ibraheem, Mohammed B. Abdulkadir, Aishat A. Gobir, Wahab B.R. Johnson 247-250
Association between alcohol intake and subjective cognitive complaints in southwest Nigeria: a cross-sectional observational study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Awoyemi Abayomi Awofala, Olusegun Emmanuel Ogundele 251-256
Perceptions of caretakers with different socioeconomic status about the harmful outcomes of fever in under-five children in Dodoma region, central Tanzania: A cross-sectional study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Telemu Kassile, Bruno P. Mmbando, Razack Lokina, Phares Mujinja 257-264
Hepatitis-c virus infection and exposure to blood and body fluids among nurses and paramedical personnel at the Alexandria University Hospitals, Egypt EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Yehia Abdelghaffar Moustafa Seida, Maha Mohamed Helmy Moemen, Mona Shawki Ali Moustafa, May Moheb Eldin Mohamed Raouf, Noha Selim Mohamed Elshaer 265-271
Job stress and burnout syndrome among critical care healthcare workers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Noha Selim Mohamed Elshaer, Mona Shawky Aly Moustafa, Mona Wagdy Aiad, Marwa Ibrahim Eldesoky Ramadan 273-277
Ultrastructural alterations of renal tissue in a male patient with Fabry’s disease EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Farahnaz Noroozinia, Khadijah Makhdoomi, Amir Abbas Farshid 279-281
Corrigendum: Corrigendum to ‘‘Practicing breast self-examination among women attending primary health care in Kuwait” [Alexandria J. Med. 49 (2013) 281–286] EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Seddik Abdel-Salam 283
Corrigendum: Corrigendum to ‘‘Gender difference of knowledge and attitude of primary health care staff towards domestic violence” [Alexandria J. Med. 47 (2011) 337–341] EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Seddik Abdel-Salam 285


ISSN: 2090-2948
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