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Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, ISSN 2249-4863, 08/2019, Volume 8, Issue 8, pp. 2607 - 2611
Background: Genetic blood disorders are common in Arab countries which are related to many physical and mental disorders. Premarital counseling has been one of... 
genetic blood disorders | awareness | pre-marital counseling | Attitude | practices
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1433, al-Ṭabʻah al-ūlá., ISBN 9960691748, 240
Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant; nuclear power plants; Būshihr (Iran); radioactive pollution; safety measures. 
Nuclear energy | Radioactive pollution | Iran | Safety measures
Annals of Saudi Medicine, ISSN 0256-4947, 2001, Volume 21, Issue 5-6, pp. 300 - 303
Background: The purpose of the study was to evaluate the outcome of warm pediatric near drowning, and assess possible predictors of the outcome. Subjects and... 
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by Monies, Dorota and Abouelhoda, Mohamed and AlSayed, Moeenaldeen and Alhassnan, Zuhair and Alotaibi, Maha and Kayyali, Husam and Al-Owain, Mohammed and Shah, Ayaz and Rahbeeni, Zuhair and Al-Muhaizea, Mohammad A and Alzaidan, Hamad I and Cupler, Edward and Bohlega, Saeed and Faqeih, Eissa and Faden, Maha and Alyounes, Banan and Jaroudi, Dyala and Goljan, Ewa and Elbardisy, Hadeel and Akilan, Asma and Albar, Renad and Aldhalaan, Hesham and Gulab, Shamshad and Chedrawi, Aziza and Al Saud, Bandar K and Kurdi, Wesam and Makhseed, Nawal and Alqasim, Tahani and El Khashab, Heba Y and Al-Mousa, Hamoud and Alhashem, Amal and Kanaan, Imaduddin and Algoufi, Talal and Alsaleem, Khalid and Basha, Talal A and Al-Murshedi, Fathiya and Khan, Sameena and Al-Kindy, Adila and Alnemer, Maha and Al-Hajjar, Sami and Alyamani, Suad and Aldhekri, Hasan and Al-Mehaidib, Ali and Arnaout, Rand and Dabbagh, Omar and Shagrani, Mohammad and Broering, Dieter and Tulbah, Maha and Alqassmi, Amal and Almugbel, Maisoon and AlQuaiz, Mohammed and Alsaman, Abdulaziz and Al-Thihli, Khalid and Sulaiman, Raashda A and Al-Dekhail, Wajeeh and Alsaegh, Abeer and Bashiri, Fahad A and Qari, Alya and Alhomadi, Suzan and Alkuraya, Hisham and Alsebayel, Mohammed and Hamad, Muddathir H and Szonyi, Laszlo and Abaalkhail, Faisal and Al-Mayouf, Sulaiman M and Almojalli, Hamad and Alqadi, Khalid S and Elsiesy, Hussien and Shuaib, Taghreed M and Seidahmed, Mohammed Zain and Abosoudah, Ibraheem and Akleh, Hana and AlGhonaium, Abdulaziz and Alkharfy, Turki M and Al Mutairi, Fuad and Eyaid, Wafa and Alshanbary, Abdullah and Sheikh, Farrukh R and Alsohaibani, Fahad I and Alsonbul, Abdullah and Al Tala, Saeed and Balkhy, Soher and Bassiouni, Randa and Alenizi, Ahmed S and Hussein, Maged H and Hassan, Saeed and Khalil, Mohamed and Tabarki, Brahim and Alshahwan, Saad and Oshi, Amira and Sabr, Yasser and Alsaadoun, Saad and Salih, Mustafa A and Mohamed, Sarar and Sultana, Habiba and Tamim, Abdullah and El-Haj, Moayad and Alshahrani, Saif and Bubshait, Dalal K and Alfadhel, Majid and ...
Human Genetics, ISSN 0340-6717, 8/2017, Volume 136, Issue 8, pp. 921 - 939
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2019, Volume 14, Issue 5, p. e0216551
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by Kamilia, Chtara and Regaieg, Kais and Baccouch, Najeh and Chelly, Hedi and Bahloul, Mabrouk and Bouaziz, Mounir and Jendoubi, Ali and Abbes, Ahmed and Belhaouane, Houda and Nasri, Oussama and Jenzri, Layla and Ghedira, Salma and Houissa, Mohamed and Belkadi, Kamal and Harti, Youness and Nsiri, Afak and Khaleq, Khalid and Hamoudi, Driss and Harrar, Rachid and Thieffry, Camille and Wallet, Frédéric and Parmentier-Decrucq, Erika and Favory, Raphaël and Mathieu, Daniel and Poissy, Julien and Lafon, Thomas and Vignon, Philippe and Begot, Emmanuelle and Appert, Alexandra and Hadj, Mathilde and Claverie, Paul and Matt, Morgan and Barraud, Olivier and François, Bruno and Jamoussi, Amira and Jazia, Amira Ben and Marhbène, Takoua and Lakhdhar, Dhouha and Khelil, Jalila Ben and Besbes, Mohamed and Goutay, Julien and Blazejewski, Caroline and Joly-Durand, Isabelle and Pirlet, Isabelle and Weillaert, Marie Pierre and Beague, Sebastien and Aziz, Soufi and Hafiane, Reda and Hattabi, Khalid and Bouhouri, Mohamed Aziz and Hammoudi, Driss and Fadil, Abdelaziz and Harrar, Rachid Al and Zerouali, Khalid and Medhioub, Fatma Kaaniche and Allela, Rania and Algia, Najla Ben and Cherif, Samar and Slaoui, Mohamed Taoufik and Boubia, Souhail and Hafiani, Y and Khaoudi, A and Cherkab, R and Elallam, W and Elkettani, C and Barrou, L and Ridaii, M and Mehdi, Rihi El and Schimpf, Caroline and Mizrahi, Assaf and Pilmis, Benoît and Le Monnier, Alban and Tiercelet, Kelly and Cherin, Mélanie and Bruel, Cédric and Philippart, Francois and Bailly, Sébastien and Lucet, Jc and Lepape, Alain and L’hériteau, François and Aupée, Martine and Bervas, Caroline and Boussat, Sandrine and Berger-Carbonne, Anne and Machut, Anaïs and Savey, Anne and Timsit, Jean-François and Razazi, Keyvan and Rosman, Jérémy and de Prost, Nicolas and Carteaux, Guillaume and Jansen, Chloe and Decousser, Jean Winoc and Brun-Buisson, Christian and Dessap, Armand Mekontso and M’rad, Aymen and Ouali, Zouhour and Barghouth, Manel and Kouatchet, Achille and Mahieu, Rafael and ... and REA‑RAISIN Study group and Clinical Research in Intensive Care and Sepsis (CRICS network) and Sudden Death Expertise Center and OUTCOMEREA study group and Brain Liver Pitié-Salpêtrière Study Group (BLIPS) and for the HYPER2S Investigators and REVA research network and Cubrea network
Annals of Intensive Care, ISSN 2110-5820, 1/2017, Volume 7, Issue S1, pp. 105 - 207
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by Monies, Dorota and Abouelhoda, Mohammed and Assoum, Mirna and Moghrabi, Nabil and Rafiullah, Rafiullah and Almontashiri, Naif and Alowain, Mohammed and Alzaidan, Hamad and Alsayed, Moeen and Subhani, Shazia and Cupler, Edward and Faden, Maha and Alhashem, Amal and Qari, Alya and Chedrawi, Aziza and Aldhalaan, Hisham and Kurdi, Wesam and Khan, Sameena and Rahbeeni, Zuhair and Alotaibi, Maha and Goljan, Ewa and Elbardisy, Hadeel and ElKalioby, Mohamed and Shah, Zeeshan and Alruwaili, Hibah and Jaafar, Amal and Albar, Ranad and Akilan, Asma and Tayeb, Hamsa and Tahir, Asma and Fawzy, Mohammed and Nasr, Mohammed and Makki, Shaza and Alfaifi, Abdullah and Akleh, Hanna and Yamani, Suad and Bubshait, Dalal and Mahnashi, Mohammed and Basha, Talal and Alsagheir, Afaf and Abu Khaled, Musad and Alsaleem, Khalid and Almugbel, Maisoon and Badawi, Manal and Bashiri, Fahad and Bohlega, Saeed and Sulaiman, Raashida and Tous, Ehab and Ahmed, Syed and Algoufi, Talal and Al-Mousa, Hamoud and Alaki, Emadia and Alhumaidi, Susan and Alghamdi, Hadeel and Alghamdi, Malak and Sahly, Ahmed and Nahrir, Shapar and Al-Ahmari, Ali and Alkuraya, Hisham and Alkuraya, Fowzan S and Almehaidib, Ali and Abanemai, Mohammed and Alsohaibaini, Fahad and Alsaud, Bandar and Arnaout, Rand and Abdel-Salam, Ghada M.H and Aldhekri, Hasan and AlKhater, Suzan and Alqadi, Khalid and Alsabban, Essam and Alshareef, Turki and Awartani, Khalid and Banjar, Hanaa and Alsahan, Nada and Abosoudah, Ibraheem and Alashwal, Abdullah and Aldekhail, Wajeeh and Alhajjar, Sami and Al-Mayouf, Sulaiman and Alsemari, Abdulaziz and Alshuaibi, Walaa and Altala, Saeed and Altalhi, Abdulhadi and Baz, Salah and Hamad, Muddathir and Abalkhail, Tariq and Alenazi, Badi and Alkaff, Alya and Almohareb, Fahad and Al Mutairi, Fuad and Alsaleh, Mona and Alsonbul, Abdullah and Alzelaye, Somaya and Bahzad, Shakir and Manee, Abdulaziz Bin and Jarrad, Ola and Meriki, Neama and Albeirouti, Bassem and Alqasmi, Amal and AlBalwi, Mohammed and ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 06/2019, Volume 104, Issue 6, pp. 1182 - 1201
We report the results of clinical exome sequencing (CES) on >2,200 previously unpublished Saudi families as a first-tier test. The predominance of... 
knockout | clinical genomics | hybrid phenotype | phenotypic expansion | multilocus phenotypes | fetal malformation | autozygome | genomics-first | exome | gonadal mosaicism | expanded carrier screening | candidate genes | first-tier | prenatal | dual diagnosis | Usage | Nucleotide sequencing | Research | Gene expression | DNA sequencing
Journal Article
Saudi Medical Journal, ISSN 0379-5284, 1997, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 84 - 87
Journal Article
Journal of family medicine and primary care, ISSN 2249-4863, 03/2019, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp. 1159 - 1163
Herniated lumbar disc is a depositions of discs material (nucleus pulposus and annulus fibrosus) behind the intervertebral disk. Intervertebral disc connected... 
Surveys | Hernia | Health literacy | Intervertebral disk displacement | Intervertebral disk | risk factors | disc prolapse | disc herniation | Awareness | Original | prevention | knowledge
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by Bougouin, Wulfran and Marijon, Eloi and Planquette, Benjamin and Karam, Nicole and Dumas, Florence and Celermajer, David and Jost, Daniel and Lamhaut, Lionel and Beganton, Frankie and Cariou, Alain and Meyer, Guy and Jouven, Xavier and Bureau, Côme and Charpentier, Julien and Salem, Omar Ben Hadj and Guillemet, Lucie and Arnaout, Michel and Ferre, Alexis and Geri, Guillaume and Mongardon, Nicolas and Pène, Frédéric and Chiche, Jean-Daniel and Mira, Jean-Paul and Labro, Guylaine and Belon, François and Luu, Vinh-Phuc and Chenet, Julien and Besch, Guillaume and Puyraveau, Marc and Piton, Gaël and Capellier, Gilles and Martin, Maëlle and Lascarrou, Jean-Baptiste and Le Thuaut, Aurélie and Lacherade, Jean-Claude and Martin-Lefèvre, Laurent and Fiancette, Maud and Vinatier, Isabelle and Lebert, Christine and Bachoumas, Konstantinos and Yehia, Aihem and Henry-Laguarrigue, Matthieu and Colin, Gwenhaël and Reignier, Jean and Privat, Elodie and Escutnaire, Joséphine and Dumont, Cyrielle and Baert, Valentine and Vilhelm, Christian and Hubert, Hervé and Robert-Edan, Vincent and Lakhal, Karim and Quartin, Andrew and Hobbs, Brian and Cely, Cynthia and Bell, Cynthia and Pham, Tai and Schein, Roland and Geng, Yimin and Ng, Chaan and Ehrmann, Stephan and Gandonnière, Charlotte Salmon and Boisramé-Helms, Julie and Le Tilly, Olivier and De Bretagne, Isabelle Benz and Mercier, Emmanuelle and Mankikian, Julie and Bretagnol, Anne and Meziani, Ferhat and Halimi, Jean Michel and Le Guellec, Chantal Barin and Gaudry, Stéphane and Hajage, David and Tubach, Florence and Pons, Bertrand and Boulet, Eric and Boyer, Alexandre and Chevrel, Guillaume and Lerolle, Nicolas and Carpentier, Dorothée and de Prost, Nicolas and Lautrette, Alexandre and Mayaux, Julien and Nseir, Saad and Ricard, Jean-Damien and Dreyfuss, Didier and Robert, René and Garzotto, Franscesco and Kipnis, Eric and Tetta, Ciro and Ronco, Claudio and Schnell, David and Aurelie, Bourmaud and Reynaud, Marie and Clec’h, Christophe and Benyamina, Mourad and Vincent, François and Mariat, Christophe and Bornstain, Caroline and Rouleau, Stephane and ... and ENCEPHALITICA Study Group and GFRUP RMEF and for the EurêClark Study Group and REVA ECMOnet and REA-RAISIN Study Group and Sudden Death Expertise Center and for the HYPER2S Investigators and REVA Research Network and for the Purpura Fulminans Study Group and DO-RE-MI-FA Group and AKIKI Study Group and Groupe Communication et Simulation en Pédiatrie
Annals of Intensive Care, ISSN 2110-5820, 1/2017, Volume 7, Issue S1, pp. 1 - 104
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NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, ISSN 2041-1723, 07/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 3092 - 11
The global decline of coral reefs heightens the need to understand how corals respond to changing environmental conditions. Corals are metaorganisms, so-called... 
METAORGANISMS | REEF CORALS | ACCLIMATIZATION | ASSOCIATIONS | MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | DISEASE | DYNAMICS | DIVERSITY | POCILLOPORA-VERRUCOSA | SURFACE MUCUS | Community structure | Coral reefs | Corals | Communities | Human influences | Microbiomes | Bacteria | Environmental changes | Transplantation | Anthropogenic factors | Environmental conditions | Adaptation
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