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  • El-Mofty, Medhat; Mostafa, Wedad; Youssef, Randa; El-Fangary, Mona; Elramly, Amany Z.; Mahgoub, Doaa; Fawzy, Marwa (Blackwell Munksgaard, 2006-02-24)
    Both types of Ultraviolet (UV), UVB (290–320 nm) and UVA (320–400 nm), produce increased pigmentation or tanning. However, no evaluation of UVA alone in the treatment of vitiligo has been reported. Therefore, it was ...
  • El Batawi, Mohammad Maged; Arnaot, Heba; Shoeib, Samira; Bosseila, Manal; El Fangary, Mona; Helmy, Akmal Salah (Misr University for Science & Technology, 2006-05)
    Background: Patients with abnormally-looking nails, while clinically suggestive of onychomycosis, often yield negative cultures for dermatophytes or pathogenic yeasts. In many of those cases, colonization by nondermato ...
  • El Darouti, MA; Hussein, S; Al Tahlawy, SR; Al Fangary, M; Mashaly, HM; El Nabarawy, E; Al Tawdy, A; Fawzi, M; Abdel Hay, RM (European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, 2010-06-04)
    Abstract Background Nail changes in leprotic patients are not specific to leprosy, and may be observed in other peripheral neuropathies. Diabetes is one of the diseases that present with nail dystrophy secondary to ...
  • Moneib, Hoda A.; El-Shiemy, Saleh M.H.; Saudi, Wael M.; El-Fangary, Mona M.; Nabil, Tarek; Mohy, Sara M. (Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, 2017)
    Background Hair loss in children is commonly encountered in the dermatological practice. The diagnosis of hair and scalp disorders was based on clinical examination, pull test, KOH preparation, culture, and other methods ...
  • El Shiemy, Saleh M.; Abd Allah, Marwa A.; Abd Allah, Tarek N.; El Fangary, Mona M.; Saudi, Wael M.; Sayed, Ahmed M. (Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, 2013-03-12)
    Background Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease that is thought to be mediated by T helper (Th1) cells. Interestingly, recent advances by cellular immunologists have led to the identification of a new distinct ...
  • Taha, Mohamed; El Fangary, Mona; Saudy, Wael (Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, 2013-06-05)
    Background Dermatophytes are the most common fungi causing superficial dermatophytosis in Egypt. The isolation of dermatophytes depends mainly on the suitable medium used. Recently, trials were conducted to propagate ...
  • Taha, Mohamed; Elfangary, Mona; Essa, Sabry; Younes, Ahmed (Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, 2017)
    Background Dermatophyte identification is based on the detection of fungal elements by direct microscopy of clinical specimens combined with culture-based full identification. Phenotypic identification includes ...
  • Sanada, Eman M.; ElFangary, Mona M.; Sorour, Neveen E.; ElNemisy, Noha M. (The Egyptian Society of Dermatology and Venereal Diseases, 2013-11-11)
    Background Skin manifestations in diabetes mellitus (DM) are quite common. Skin changes can manifest in the prediabetic stage, in the acute metabolic situation and in the late diabetic degenerative stage. Objective To ...
  • El-Mofty, M.; Mostafa, W. Z.; Bosseila, M.; Youssef, R.; Esmat, S.; El Ramly, A.; Fawzi, M.; Mahgoub, D.; Nagui, N.; Mashaly, H. M.; El-Fangary, M.; Fathy, M. (Wiley Periodicals, Inc. DERMATOLOGIC THERAPY, 2010)
    Psoriasis, vitiligo, and mycosis fungoides (MF) are among the most frequently treated dermatological diseases by photo(chemo)therapy. The objectives are to determine which photo (chemo) therapeutic modality could achieve ...
  • Abou Zeid, Moustafa H.; ElMohamady, Abdel Shakour A.; ELFangary, Mona M.; Saudi, Wael M.; Abd Allah, Tarek N.; Mohamed, Tamer M.; Mahmoud, Mohamed T. (Egyptian Women’s Dermatologic Society, 2015)
    Background Malassezia spp. yeasts are known to be associated with pityriasis versicolor, seborrheic dermatitis, dandruff, and Malassezia folliculitis. Recently, their pathogenicity is being expanded to other skin ...
  • El-Mofty, Medhat; Mostafa, Wedad; Mahgoub, Doaa; Youssef, Randa; El-Fangary, Mona; Fawzy, Marwa; El-Hawary, Marwa; El-Ramly, Amany (John Wiley & Sons A/S. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2013-07-04)
    Background Vitiligo is an acquired pigmentary disorder that affects between 1% and 2%of the general population. Phototherapy remains the cornerstone of treatment, with NB-UVB being the most frequently used. BB-UVA can ...