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2013N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide ,C-Reactive protein and albumin as prognostic markers in severe sepsis and septicNesreen Farahat Soliman
2012N-TERMINAL PRO-BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTID LEVEL IN FULL TERM NEWBORN WITH PERINATAL HYPOXIABelal Mohamed Mohamed
2008N-TERMINAL PRO-BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE IN CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS WITH SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK. دراسة عن دور ال ان- ترمنال بى-ان- بى فى مرضى تسمم الدم من ذوى الحالات الحرجة.Walaa Youssef Youssef
2009N-TERMINAL PRO-BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE LEVEL AS A DIAGNOSTIC AND PROGNOSTIC MARKER OF PULMONARY HYPERTENSION IN SICKLE CELL DISEASEAhmed Rezk Ahmed Rezk
2008N-terminal pro-brain natriuretic peptide level in serum of epileptic pediatric patients قياس نسبة البيبتيد بى المدر للصوديوم فى أمصال الأطفال المصابين بالصرعAzza Tawfik Abd El Khalek عزة توفيق عبد الخالق
2008N-Terminal Pro-Brain Natriuretic Peptide Level in Serum of Pediatric Patients with Febrile ConvulsionsWalaa Atif Abdel-Mohymen Mansour
2010N-Terminal Pro-Brain Type Natriuretic Peptide Levels in Infants of Diabetic MothersReham Abdel Rahman Mohamed El mahdy
2004N-tier concurrency control in distributed systems modeling and design.Abdou Ramadan Ali
2003N0n-invasive evaluation of patients with angina-like chest pain and normal epicardial coronary arteries0Ayman Amer Shawky Aly Anwar
1986Nachweis epizootiologie und ledeutung der parainfluenze II virusinfektion des huhnes.Mahmoud Mostagir Mostafa
2018Nadir oxygen delivery to the brain as a risk factor for post-operative neurocognitive impairment in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting: A myth or factAbd Al Jawad, Mohammed ; Taha, Salem 
1961A naesthesia for surgical treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.Moustafa El-Tounsi
1992A NAGEMENT OF DYNAMIC INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTIONWALID SHAREF ABDULLA
2017Nagwan Mahmoud Mahmoud Afify: Effect of Land Degradation on Land Cover Attributes of East Suez Canal Using Remote Sensing Techniques, Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Arid Land Agricultural Graduate Studies and Research Institute, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, 2017. The use of remote sensing techniques has become increasingly important in describing a variety of satellite derived data sets and their application to understand changes in the landscape. The aim of this investigation is to employ remote sensing data, GIS and extensive field observations to monitor land cover in the study area and to assess the land degradation status. Also, to predict the deterioration magnitude in the study area under the existed informal agriculture management practices. The selected area for this study represented by about 163527 hectares located in Ismailia Governorate east of Suez Canal, Egypt. In this work, both Hyperion and Landsat 8 data were employed to achieve the study objectives. The study area was classified into four physiographic units including; Alluvial terraces of flat surfaces, Aeolian plain of shifting sands, Sabkhas and Submerged areas. Soil drainage conditions are classified into three categories that described as excessively drained soils located in the Aeolian plain, well drained soils occurred in alluvial terraces and very poorly drained soils that were developed within the waterlogged areas or under the submerged ones. Pearson’s correlation coefficients indicated that NDVI for Hyperion data is highly correlated to NDWI, NDMI and NDSI as the correlation coefficient magnitudes are 0.95, 0.75 and 0.82 respectively. They are all above the value of 0.7 (highly correlated variables). Accordingly, NDVI index can be considered as a master index that can be used for well identification of the multiple land cover features and their distributions.Mohamed Ibrahim Soliman
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2002Nail disorders in systemic diseasesAmani Abd El-Rahman Morshed
1997NAIL DYSTROPHYAYMAN SABRY HASSAN ELWAN
-Nail Fold Capillaroscopy in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus with and without Cutaneous manifestations: Correlation with Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor and Disease ActivityHeba Tullah Mohamed Sayed
2011Nail fold videocapillaroscopy And Rheumatic Diseasesاحمد محمد عطية
2011Nail fold videocapillaroscopy And Rheumatic DiseasesAhmed Mohammed Ateya