Department of Surgery
Clinical & Community Services
Faculty & Staff
Faculty members in the Department have now increased from four (1999) to ten currently, five of whom are UAE nationals and one Teaching Assistant training overseas, completed residency training in Canada and is undertaking a 3 years fellowship program in robotic and Hepatobiliary pancreatic surgery at Cleveland clinic, Ohio. The faculty specialties are general surgery (3 faculty), plastic surgery (1 faculty), Vascular surgery (1 faculty), Ear nose & throat (1 faculty), Ophthalmology (1 faculty), Gastrointestinal surgery (1 faculty), Urology (1 faculty), Trauma surgeon (1 faculty), and Orthopedic (1 Faculty).
Clinical & Community Services
Professor Branicki was, by invitation, the Interim Head (March 2013 to June 2015) of the Surgical Institute at Al Ain Hospital where Drs A l- Ali, AlMahmoud and Mousa also practice. In addition, Prof Branicki, Prof Hammad, and Dr Al Fardan have also provided services at Tawam Hospital. Currently, Dr Mousa has very busy clinical commitments, being a leading figure in the UAE in the field of Endocrine surgery. The late Assoc Prof Torab established a service for weight reduction (bariatric surgery) in Al Ain in 2002 and was leading regional authority in the field.
Since 2010 Prof Branicki has been the Research Grant Coordinator for countrywide activity of the Terry Fox Foundation for Cancer Research, with oversight of 49 new grants totaling more than ten million AED which have since been awarded from donations raised by Terry Fox Runs in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah. Professor Branicki participates at each Run and addresses assembled runners at the start of each Run as to the how funds raised are being utilized for various cancer research projects in the UAE.
Dr Ali Jawas played a major role as Program Director of the General Surgical Residency training Program Through multiple collaborative works the general surgery program was started with one program and four site of training including Tawam, Al Ain, Al Mafraq and SKMC hospitals. This was subsequently relinquished, the Health Authority assuming responsibility for training. He continued as an active Member of the General Surgery Residency Program Advisory Committee and Program Evaluation Committee (ACGME accredited program) being involved in the selection of residents at interview processes, development of residency academic teaching and clinical training. Moreover, Dr Jawas is the General Coordinator and Examinations Officer for the Arab Board General Surgery Exam in the United Arab Emirates, involved in organizing written examinations and participating in the clinical examinations.
In May 2017 Professor Fikri Abu-Zidan was asked to chair the UAE University Human Research Ethics Committee so as to address the concerns and problems encountered regarding running this committee. He managed to solve all encountered problems within 12 months. This required major administrative effort which included 1. Train the Committee Coordinator on management skills, 2. Restructure the Committee, 3. Refine the process by defining the regulations, revising the applications, making a flowchart for the process and developing a checklist and testing it in real life, 4. Educate the Committee members, hospitals Research Ethics Committee members, and PhD students about the regulations, process and procedures of our Committee, and 5. Completed the process for all delayed applications. The review process was of a high standard and included 2-3 reviews for each application which improved the research design of the applications. The Department of Surgery is proud of this major achievement.
The Department has organized numerous of CME/CPD activities including an International Surgical Conference with more than 600 delegates held in Abu Dhabi in October 2003. Prof. Branicki also chaired the Organizing Committee for a highly successful International Conference – Recent Advances in Clinical Oncology Conference which took place in February 2007. The meeting was organized by the Oncology Research Group with 31 International Overseas Faculty from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Korea, the UK, the USA and regionally from Saudi Arabia. Sixteen UAE based speakers also participated and the meeting attracted more than 1000 delegates from around the world. The Proceedings of the meeting (Eds: Prof. Branicki, Dr. Saad Aswad, the Late Dr. Fawaz Torab, Prof. Abdu Adem) were published in a volume of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (Vol 1138).
The Trauma Group chaired by Prof. Fikri Abu-Zidan organized two international Conferences entitled ‘Trauma Management, Critical Care and Prevention in Al-Ain on February 2009 and 2011. The Conference was an initiative of the Trauma Group at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (FMHS), United Arab Emirates University in association with Tawam Hospital in affiliation with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Al Ain Hospital previously managed by the Medical University of Vienna and VaMed, General Health Authority for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Sheikh Hamdan Awards for excellence in Medical Sciences.
In April 2004 the Department, led by Prof Branicki, hosted inaugural back to back Provider and Instructor courses in the UAE for Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), a training program of the American College of surgeons. Four invited Faculty and staff from the USA and one from Canada participated in the teaching and Provider courses. These courses are training Emirati graduates and others in trauma care and will help reduce the burden of disabling illness and mortality from motor vehicle crashes in particular. In March 2008 the FMHS was the site for inauguration of the Advanced Trauma Provider Course for Nurses (ATCN) in the UAE, followed by an ATCN Instructor course. Professor Branicki has been an Instructor on 92 of these three day courses held at weekends (Thu pm, Fri am, pm and Sat am) and has been the Couse Director for most of these. Prof Abu Fidan, and Drs Jawas and, more recently, Dr Mousa have participated as Instructors.
The Department makes substantial contributions to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Education Programs.
The Department is actively involved in the Preclinical Sciences Course (PSC) teaching
programs involving Problem Based Learning, didactic teaching and clinical skills training.
Prof Branicki is the Coordinator (teaching and assessment) for two of the nine clinical
skills training modules in the PSC which are being taught and examined in summative
assessments by Faculty surgeons and adjunct title holders at Al Ain and Tawam Hospitals.
For five years Prof Branicki was Chair of the Policy and Review Committee and when
this amalgamated with the Undergraduate Management Committee to form the Undergraduate
Medical Curriculum Committee (UMCC) he chaired the combine d Committee for a further
The Department is heavily involved in teaching activities for undergraduates in the Junior (JSC) and Senior (SSC) Surgical Clerkships each of which is held five times a year. The JSC is an 8 week rotation in the surgical disciplines of General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Urology, Vascular Surgery and Anaesthesia. The Senior Surgical Clerkship comprises General Surgery (4 weeks). The surgical Specialty Clerkship comprises Ophthalmology (2 weeks) and Otorhinolaryngology (2 weeks). Teaching for students also takes place during active clinical activities as some members of the Department have hospital clinics and 'on call' activities throughout the academic year. Students are usually taught on patients being cared for by department members who are the admitting doctor providing care. Summative assessments are undertaken at the end of clerkship and the assessment involves a written (MCQ) paper produced by the Department, a National Board Medical Examination (NBME) from the USA, an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) in the Simulation and Training Center at CMHS, bedside clinical examinations, General Surgery and Orthopaedics, students led presentation in the hospital as well as tutor assessments of activity and case write-ups.
Regarding postgraduate training, a local General Surgical Residency Training Program
received Arab Board accreditation in 2005. This program, initiated by the CMHS, subsequently
came under the auspices of the Health Authority, Abu Dhabi, in 2008. Residents in
training rotate for experience between Al Ain Hospital, Mafraq Hospital, Sheikh Khalifa
Medical City (SKMC) and Tawam Hospital. The program received American Council for
Graduate Education-International (ACGME-1) accreditation in June 2013. The Resident
Education Committee and the Program Evaluation Committee meet regularly at one of
the four hospitals. In 2010 Prof Branicki initiated in the Abi Dhabi Emirate, the
only Multiple Site (Al Ain Hospital, Tawam Hospital, Mafraq Hospital and Sheikh Khalifa
Medical Center) single Residency Program in General Surgery, under the auspices of
Postgraduate Education Committee at CMHS. Subsequently; Residency training in Urology
and Ophthalmology were established.
In November 2013, Department of Surgery, at the initiative of Prof Branicki hosted the Joint inaugural Joint Surgical Colleges Fellowship examination, which was the first to be held outside the United Kingdom. Surgeons were examined at CMHS, Al AIin and Tawan Hospita, with four examiners from each of the four Royal Colleges (Edinburgh, England, Glasgow) and Ireland (Dublin). Subsequently, Prof Branicki has been an Examiner for four years.
In terms of training, trauma is the leading cause of death between the age of 1 and 44, in the Abu Dhabi emirate, and much effort has been expended in training Residents and graduates in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Courses. Prof Branicki, Course Director has taught 92 of these three days courses since their introduction to the UAE in 2004. Department members have also participated as Instructors in teaching the course with the assistance of Instructors from the hospitals. The Department introduced at CMHS Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses in 2008 and both these courses run three or four times annually. Prof Abu-Zidan is a leading international authority on ultrasound training and has conducted numerous Focused Assessment Sonography in Trauma (FAST), Critical Care Ultrasound, Abdominal Emergency Ultrasound courses in the UAE and overseas. The Late Assoc Prof Torab established a Clinical Skills Training Center in Laparoscopic Surgery at CMHS and was the Director of numerous courses involving bench top simulation and operative training of surgeons. Department members have also had significant roles in Vascular Access Courses (Dr Jawas).
- Hefny AF, Kunhivalappil FT, Paul M, Almansoori TM, Zoubeidi T, Abu-Zidan FM. Anatomical locations of air for rapid diagnosis of pneumothorax in blunt trauma patients. World J Emerg Surg. 2019 Sep 2;14:44.
- Sartelli M, Abu-Zidan FM, Labricciosa FM, et al. Physiological parameters for Prognosis in Abdominal Sepsis (PIPAS) Study: a WSES observational study. World J Emerg Surg. 2019 Jul 15;14:34.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Sheek-Hussein M. Diagnosis of abdominal tuberculosis: lessons learned over 30 years. World J Emerg Surg. 2019 Jul 12;14:33.
- AlMahmoud T, Al Hadhrami SM, Elhanan M, Alshamsi HN, Abu-Zidan FM. Epidemiology of eye injuries in a high-income developing country: An observational study. Medicine (Baltimore). 2019 Jun;98(26):e16083.
- Abdel-Kader S, Mousa H, Vairavan M, Abu-Zidan FM. Fishbone bowel perforation mimicking acute diverticulitis: a diagnostic dilemma. ANZ J Surg. 2019 Jun 17.
- Mousa HM, Al-Salam S, Abu-Zidan FM. Small bowel angiomyxoma causing intussusception: Case report and review of the literature. Int J Surg Case Rep. 2019;59:197-200.
- Cevik AA, ElZubeir M, Abu-Zidan FM, Shaban S. Team-based learning improves knowledge and retention in an emergency medicine clerkship. Int J Emerg Med. 2019 Feb 11;12(1):6. doi: 10.1186/s12245-019-0222-2.
- Balac K, Al-Ali MA, AlMahmoud T, Abu-Zidan FM. Globe rupture caused by a camel bite. Trauma Case Rep. 2019 May 6;21:100202.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Cevik AA. Kunafa knife and play dough is an efficient and cheap simulator to teach diagnostic Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS). World J Emerg Surg. 2019 Jan 8;14:1. doi: 10.1186/s13017-018-0220-3.
- Aagaard KE, Randeblad P, Abu-Zidan FM, Lunsjö K. Return to work after early repair of acute traumatic rotator cuff tears. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2019 Jan 5.
- Kunhivalappil FT, Hefny AF, Abu-Zidan FM. Management of blunt adrenal gland injury in a community-based hospital. Injury. 2019 May;50(5):1049-1052.
- Ammori MB, Abu-Zidan FM. The biomechanics of lower limb injuries in frontal-impact road traffic collisions. Afr Health Sci. 2018 Jun;18(2):321-332.
- Al-Ali MA, Hefny AF, Abu-Zidan FM. Head, face and neck camel-related injuries: Biomechanics and severity. Injury. 2019 Jan;50(1):210-214.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Cevik AA. Diagnostic point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) for gastrointestinal pathology: state of the art from basics to advanced. World J Emerg Surg. 2018 Oct 15;13:47. doi: 10.1186/s13017-018-0209-y.
- Abdel-Kader S, Sartelli M, Abu-Zidan FM. Complicated intra-abdominal infections: a prospective validation study of the WSES Sepsis Severity Score. Singapore Med J. 2019 Jun;60(6):317-321.
- Mousa HM, Al-Salam SA, Abdullah A, Abu-Zidan FM. Primary anterior abdominal wall leiomyoma in a pregnant woman. ANZ J Surg. 2018 Sep 21.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Shalak HS, Alhaddad MA. A diagnostic negative ultrasound finding in blunt abdominal trauma. Turk J Emerg Med. 2018 Jun 25;18(3):125-127.
- Cevik AA, Noureldin A, El Zubeir M, Abu-Zidan FM. Assessment of EFAS training for final year medical students in emergency medicine clerkship. Turk J Emerg Med. 2018 May 26;18(3):100-104.
- Gomes CA, Abu-Zidan FM, Sartelli M et al. Management of Appendicitis Globally Based on Income of Countries (MAGIC) Study. World J Surg. 2018 Dec;42(12):3903-3910.
- Cevik AA, Cakal ED, Abu-Zidan FM. Emergency medicine clerkship curriculum in a high-income developing country: methods for development and application. Int J Emerg Med. 2018 Jun 7;11(1):31. doi: 10.1186/s12245-018-0190-y. PubMed PMID:
- Cevik AA, Shaban S, El Zubeir M, Abu-Zidan FM. The role of emergency medicine clerkship e-Portfolio to monitor the learning experience of students in different settings: a prospective cohort study. Int J Emerg Med. 2018 Apr 12;11(1):24.
- Zorbozan O, Cevik AA, Acar N, Ozakin E, Ozcelik H, Birdane A, Abu-Zidan FM. Predictors of mortality in ST-elevation MI patients: A prospective study. Medicine (Baltimore). 2018 Mar;97(9):e0065.
- Shaban S, Cevik AA, Canakci ME, Kuas C, El Zubeir M, Abu-Zidan F. Do senior medical students meet recommended emergency medicine curricula requirements? BMC Med Educ. 2018 Jan 5;18(1):8.
- Aagaard KE, Hänninen J, Abu-Zidan FM, Lunsjö K. Physical therapists as first-line diagnosticians for traumatic acute rotator cuff tears: a prospective study. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2018 Oct;44(5):735-745.
- Al-Ali MA, Hefny AF, Idris KM, Abu-Zidan FM. Cervical necrotizing fasciitis: an overlooked diagnosis of a fatal disease. Acta Otolaryngol. 2018 Apr;138(4):411-414.
- Moore L, Champion H, Tardif PA, Kuimi BL, O'Reilly G, Leppaniemi A, Cameron P, Palmer CS, Abu-Zidan FM et al. Impact of Trauma System Structure on Injury Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. World J Surg. 2018 May;42(5):1327-1339.
- Cevik AA, Abu-Zidan FM. Searching for mortality predictors in trauma patients: a challenging task. Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2018 Aug;44(4):561-565.
- Hefny AF, Kunhivalappil FT, Matev N, Avila NA, Bashir MO, Abu-Zidan FM. Management of computed tomography-detected pneumothorax in patients with blunt trauma: experience from a community-based hospital. Singapore Med J. 2018 Mar;59(3):150-154.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Abdel-Kader S, Abusharia MI, Mousa H. Role of magnetic resonance imaging in the management of intestinal obstruction during the first trimester of pregnancy. ANZ J Surg. 2018 Sep;88(9):E683-E684.
- T AlMahmoud, D Regmi, M Elzubeir, F Howarth, S Shaban. Medical Student Question Answering Behavior During High-Stakes Multiple Choice Question Examinations. Int. J. of Technology Enhanced Learning. 2019 Jan;11(2):157-171
- AlMahmoud T, Hashim MJ, Almahmoud R, Branicki F, Elzubeir M. Informed consent learning: Needs and preferences in medical clerkship environments. PLoS One. 2018 Oct 3;13(10):e0202466.
- AlMahmoud T, Quinlan-Davidson S, Pond GR, Deschênes J. Outcome Analysis of Visual Acuity and Side Effect after Ruthenium-106 Plaque Brachytherapy for Medium-sized Choroidal Melanoma. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol. 2018 Apr-Jun;25(2):103-107.
- Bashar A, Hammad FT. Intrarenal arteriovenous malformation following flexible ureterorenoscopy and holmium laser stone fragmentation: report of a case.BMC Urol. 2019 Mar 22;19(1):20.
- Hammad FT, Ojha S, Azimullah S, Lubbad L. Does β-caryophyllene protect against renal dysfunction following ischemia-reperfusion injury in the rat? Int J Physiol Pathophysiol Pharmacol. 2018 Dec 25;10(6):163-171.
- Hammad FT, Salam SA, Nemmar A, Ali M, Lubbad L. The Effect of Arabic Gum on Renal Function in Reversible Unilateral Ureteric Obstruction. Biomolecules. 2019 Jan 11;9(1).
- Bakoush O, Lubbad L, Öberg CM, Hammad FT. Effect of diabetes mellitus on the recovery of changes in renal functions and glomerular permeability following reversible 24-hour unilateral ureteral obstruction. J Diabetes. 2019 Aug;11(8):674-683.
- Hammad FT, Fidal G. Bladder Explosion during Transurethral Resection of the Prostate Repaired Laparoscopically: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. Med Princ Pract. 2018;27(6):582-584.
- Hammad FT, Al-Salam S, Yuvaraju P, Lubbad L. Alda-1, an aldehyde dehydrogenase-2 agonist, causes deterioration in renal functions following ischemia-reperfusion injury due to crystalline nephropathy. Drug Dev Res. 2018 Nov;79(7):315-323.
- Hammad FT, Elbiss HM, Osman N. The degree of bother and healthcare seeking behaviour in women with symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse from a developing gulf country. BMC Womens Health. 2018 May 30;18(1):77.
- Using an enhanced Focused-Framework Model to improve the Quality of High-Stakes Assessments. Dybesh Regmi, Tahra Al-Mahmoud, Margret ElZubeir, Frank Branicki, Ramona Govender, Sami Shaban. International Journal of Assessment and Evaluation. (Accepted September 2019).
- Abu-Zidan FM. Educational and clinical impact of ATLS. Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Conference (Arab Health Congress), 31st Jan to 1st Feb 2018, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Friendly fire: Asystematic review. Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Conference (Arab Health Congress), 31st Jan to 1st Feb 2018, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. The horizon of POCUS in critically ill patients. Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Conference (Arab Health Congress), 31st Jan to 1st Feb 2018, Dubai, UAE.
- Grivna M, Shah S, Aziz F, Al-Suweidi A, Al Marzouqi L, Sheek-Hussein M, Elbarazzi I, Al Hamad S, Yousef S, Bizari R, Vincenten J, Abu-Zidan F. Pediatric home-related injuries. Public Health Forum (Arab Health Congress), 29th Jan to 1st Feb 2018, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Generating research questions and Ethics of medical writing, statistics. World Society of Emergency Surgery 5th Congress, 27-30th June 2018, Bertnoro, Italy.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Writing your first paper. World Society of Emergency Surgery 5th Congress, 27-30th June 2018, Bertnoro, Italy.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Acute diverticulitis guidelines. World Society of Emergency Surgery 5th Congress, 27-30th June 2018, Bertnoro, Italy.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Evidence about benefits of POCUS use by learners. 15th WINFOCUS Wolrd Congress on Ultrasound in Emergency and Critical Care. 21-24 February 2019, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Training in PoCUS and how to gauge its quality: UAE perspective. 15th WINFOCUS Wolrd Congress on Ultrasound in Emergency and Critical Care. 21-24 February 2019, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Friendly fire: A systematic review. 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference, 4-6 April, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Point-of-Care Ultrasound: What is the limit? 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference, 4-6 April, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Lupo Lupo and Magellan’s seven fatal mistakes. 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference, 4-6 April, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. Quality assurance of PoCUS training. 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference, 4-6 April, Dubai, UAE.
- Abu-Zidan FM. REBOA: What did we learn over the last 35 years? EndoVascular resuscitation, bleeding and Trauma Management (EVTM) Hands-on Workshop, 2-3 May 2019, Örebro, Sweden.
- Abu-Zidan FM, Generating research questions. Medical Writing Workshop, 2 May, 2019, Örebro University Hospital Training Center, Örebro, Sweden
- Abu-Zidan FM, Ethics of medical writing. Medical Writing Workshop, 2 May, 2019, Örebro University Hospital Training Center, Örebro, Sweden
- Abu-Zidan FM, Statisitics: When and how. Medical Writing Workshop, 2 May, 2019, Örebro University Hospital Training Center, Örebro, Sweden
- Abu-Zidan FM, Writing your first paper. Medical Writing Workshop, 2 May, 2019, Örebro University Hospital Training Center, Örebro, Sweden
- Abu-Zidan FM. Duodeno-pancreatic and extra-hepatic biliary tree trauma: WSES guidelines (I. Diagnosis). 6th WSES Congress, 25-28 June 2019, Nijmegen, Nethelands.
- T AlMahmoud, D Regmi, M Elzubeir, F Howarth, S Shaban Does student answering behavior on multiple-choice question examinations provide useful information? Annual Research and Innovation Conference 2018. February 5-6, 2018, UAE University, Al Ain.
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Mohammed Al Ali, Rabah Almahmoud, Margaret Elzubeir, M. Jawad Hashim. Trainees’ perspectives on the educational environment. Annual Research and Innovation Conference. February 5-6, 2018, UAE University, Al Ain.
- Tahra AlMahmoud, M. Jawad Hashim, Rabah Al Mahmoud, Naghma Naeem, Frank Branicki. Perceived educational needs concerning relationship and boundaries in a multicultural medical environment “clinical clerks’ perspectives”. Annual Research and Innovation Conference. February 5-6, 2018, UAE University, Al Ain. https://conferences.uaeu.ac.ae/irc18/en/abstract_mod.pdf. Abstract book page1128
- Tahra AlMahmoud, M. Jawad Hashim, Rabah Al Mahmoud, Naghma Naeem, Frank Branicki. Perceived educational needs concerning relationship and boundaries in a multicultural medical environment “clinical clerks’ perspectives”. OTTAWA-ICME 2018. Mar 12-14, 2018, Abu Dhabi.
- T AlMahmoud, D Regmi, M Elzubeir, F Howarth, S Shaban Medical Students’ Multiple Choice Questions Answering Behavior during High-Stakes Examinations. OTTAWA-ICME 2018. Mar 12-14, 2018, Abu Dhabi
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Mohammed Al Ali, Rabah Almahmoud, Margaret Elzubeir, M. Jawad Hashim. Trainees’ perspectives on the educational environment. OTTAWA-ICME 2018. Mar 12-14, 2018, Abu Dhabi.
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Sameeha M. Al Hadhrami, Mohamed Elhanan, Hanan N. Alshamsi, Fikri M. Abu-Zidan. Epidemiology of eye injuries in a high-income developing country. Al Ain, UAE. UAEU Annual Research & Innovation Conference. 5-6 Feb 2019, UAEU
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Mohamed Elhanan, Sameeha M. Al Hadhrami, Hanan N. Alshamsi, Fikri M. Abu-Zidan. Pediatrics eye injuries: a report of surgical cases. Al Ain, UAE. UAEU Annual Research & Innovation Conference. 5-6 Feb 2019, UAEU
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Mohamed Elhanan, Fikri M. Abu-Zidan. Eye injuries caused by date palm thorn-leaves in high income MiddleEastern country: European Society of Ophthalmology Congress (SOE) 13-16 June 2019. Nice, France.
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Sameeha M. Al Hadhrami, Mohamed Elhanan, Hanan N. Alshamsi, Fikri M. Abu-Zidan. Epidemiology of eye injuries in a high-income developing country. European Society of Ophthalmology Congress (SOE) 13-16 June 2019. Nice, France.
- Tahra AlMahmoud, Mohamed Elhanan, Sameeha M. Al Hadhrami, Hanan N. Alshamsi, Fikri M. Abu-Zidan. Pediatrics eye injuries: a report of surgical cases. European Society of Ophthalmology Congress (SOE) 13-16 June 2019. Nice, France.
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