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      Abdul A Al Saadi

      Abdul A Al Saadi

      Department of Pediatrics, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan 48072-2735. | Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, USA | ...

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      Abdul A Al Saadi:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichAbdul A Al Saadihas direct influence:Renal dysplasia,Ataxia telangiectasia,Cell hyperplasia,Partial trisomy,Triploidy syndrome,Chromosomal abnormalities,Cytogenetic studies,Long arm.

      Abdul A Al Saadi:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Abdul A Al Saadi has influence:Medullary thyroid carcinoma,Multiple endocrine,Cell hyperplasia,Thyroid gland,Ataxia telangiectasia,Neoplasia type,Human pair.

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      Year
      1989

      Department of Pediatrics, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan 48072-2735.

      1987

      Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, USA

      1984

      Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan

      1980

      Department of Internal Medicine, William Beaumont Hospital, 48072, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA

      1976

      Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak. Michigan, USA.

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      Sample of concepts for which Abdul A Al Saadi is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      afte demonstration #1
      cell nodules nodules #1
      thyroid asymptomatic #1
      incipient cell neoplasia #1
      chromosome q122q211 #2
      q122q211 #2
      presence cell hyperplasia #3
      postaxial polydactyly cartilage #3
      extraskeletal short #3
      term infant dwarfism #3
      extraskeletal manifestations hydrops #3
      cartilage extraskeletal manifestations #3
      ambiguous genitalia pachygyria #3
      parental consanguinity hypothesis #3
      majewski skeletal #3
      dwarfism majewski #3
      majewski malformed larynx #3
      infant dwarfism #3
      cleft lip larynx #3
      thyroid electron microscopy #7
      clones ataxia #8
      thyroid electron #8
      cells amyloid deposits #9
      rib‐polydactyly #9
      meningioma cytogenetic #9
      dwarfism fingers #9
      extreme micromelia #10
      hereditary medullary carcinoma #11
      calcium infusion thyroidectomy #11
      short rib‐polydactyly syndrome #13
      triploidy syndrome #14
      rib‐polydactyly syndrome #15
      serum calcitonin response #16
      69xxy #16
      lateral thyroid lobes #21
      calcitonincontaining cells #22
      cytologic localization #23
      short rib‐polydactyly #24
      telangiectasia female humans #24
      srp syndromes #24
      renal tubular cysts #24
      syndrome majewski #26
      hypoplastic epiglottis #26
      naumoff #31
      disorders coloboma #31
      srp syndrome #32
      ribs short #40
      telangiectasia carcinoma #44
      ataxia ataxia telangiectasia #45
      majewski type #48
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      Prominent publications by Abdul A Al Saadi

      KOL-Index: 7295

      Cytogenetic study of 45 meningiomas from 31 female and 14 male patients are reported. No chromosomal abnormalities were found in nine (20%). These were predominantly meningotheliomatous, and were from younger patients (average age, 46 years). Monosomy 22 was noted in only 20% and in 12 patients (27%) with other losses and rearrangements. Among the latter, 50% were either recurrent or recurrent and invasive, the majority were fibromatous and occurred in older patients. Nonrandom loss was ...

      Known for Cytogenetic Studies | Clinical Significance | Human Brain Tumors | Chromosomal Abnormalities | Chromosome 22
      KOL-Index: 6299

      Sequential cytogenetic studies of four patients with ataxia telangiectasia showed the progressive development of lymphocyte clones, each marked with a rearranged chromosome 14. Initial studies had shown random chromosomal breaks and rearrangements. Later studies in all patients showed nonrandom rearrangement of chromosome 14 with a breakpoint at 14q12 and with the distal segment translocated to either chromosome 14 or 7. The proportion of circulating lymphocytes carrying the marker ...

      Known for Ataxia Telangiectasia | Chromosomal Abnormalities | Cytogenetic Studies | 1315 Chromosomes Human | Clone Cells
      KOL-Index: 5267

      A newborn with severely shortened ribs, short limbs, and postaxial polydactyly died shortly after birth. Postmortem roentgenograms established the diagnosis of type 3 short rib-polydactyly (SRP) syndrome as described by Naumoff and associates. Histopathologic study showed the chondrocytes to contain previously undescribed cytoplasmic inclusion bodies that were PAS-positive and diastase-resistant. The material appeared by staining reactions to be a glycoprotein that was seen electron ...

      Known for Type 3 | Short Rib‐polydactyly Syndrome | Cardiac Malformations | Reported Cases | Postaxial Polydactyly
      KOL-Index: 4981

      Two sisters at risk for hereditary medullary carcinoma and having small but progressive increases of serum calcitonin in response to calcium infusion underwent thyroidectomy. The thyroid glands were studied for C-cell distribution. Middle and upper portions of the lateral thyroid lobes showed marked increases and clustering of calcitonin-containing cells in comparison with normal thyroid glands. Elevated calcitonin content (670 to 4100 Medical Research Council mU per gram), as compared ...

      Known for Thyroid Carcinoma | Cell Hyperplasia | Precancerous Conditions | Serum Calcitonin | Calcium Infusion
      KOL-Index: 4631

      A term infant had dwarfism with characteristic skeletal and extraskeletal changes of the short rib-polydactyly syndrome type 2 (Majewski). The skeletal changes included extremely short horizontal ribs, extreme micromelia with disproportionately short ovoid tibiae, and pre- and post-axial polydactyly. Microscopically, cartilage showed markedly stunted and disorganized endochondral ossification. Extraskeletal manifestations were hydrops, cleft lip, malformed larynx with hypoplastic ...

      Known for Multiple Bone Diseases | Polydactyly Syndrome | Majewski Type | Recessive Humans Infant | Short Rib
      KOL-Index: 3872

      C cell hyperplasia and occult medullary carcinoma of the thyroid in asymptomatic individuals at genetic risk can be detected by measurement of serum calcitonin concentrations before and after stimulation with a secretagogue. Electron microscopy was used to confirm the presence of C cell hyperplasia afte demonstration of elevated serum calcitonin values in three asymptomatic young women from two affected kindreds. Nodules of hyperplastic cells were observed in each of the three thyroids ...

      Known for Cell Hyperplasia | Medullary Thyroid | Calcitonin Carcinoma | Neoplasms Adolescent | Elevated Serum
      KOL-Index: 3578

      A baby with partial trisomy 7, 46, XY,t (5;7) (q35;q31) resulting from a familial translocation (5q+,7q-) is reported. The clinical abnormalities of this case closely resemble those of previously reported cases of partial trisomy 7. It is suggested that partial trisomy 7 may represent a clinical entity.

      Known for Partial Trisomy | Long Arm | Chromosome 7 | Familial Translocation | Human 6
      KOL-Index: 3571

      A family study was undertaken to investigate genetic involvement in renal dysplasia, which is defined as abnormal metanephric differentiation. Probands were ascertained through the retrospective examination of necropsy records and the reevaluation of available material, which included microscopic examinations of the kidneys, gross descriptions of organs, and gross photographs. We obtained family histories and performed physical examinations and renal ultrasonography on parents and sibs ...

      Known for Renal Dysplasia | Urethral Valves | Publication Abnormalities | Newborn Kidney | Urinary Tract
      KOL-Index: 3208

      Two live-born cases, 69,XXY and one stillbirth, 69,XXX are reported. Further evidence is presented to delineate the triploidy syndrome. Common external and internal features which characterize the triploidy syndrome are low-set ears, hypertelorism, colobomata, syndactyly, simian creases, microphallus, undescended testes, scrotal aplasia, anomalous heart and hypoplasia of kidneys and adrenals. The triploidy syndrome encompasses features found in trisomies 13, 18 and 21. We suggest that ...

      Known for Triploidy Syndrome | Publication Abnormalities | Chromosome Aberrations | Congenital Humans | Male Polyploidy
      KOL-Index: 3007
      Known for Interstitial Deletion | Chromosome 18 | Human Pair | Abnormal Behaviour | Autistic Disorder
      KOL-Index: 531
      Known for Cartilage Cells | Humans Karyotyping | Bone Diseases

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      Department of Pediatrics, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan 48072-2735. | Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, USA | Department of Anatomic Pathology, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan

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