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Temporal Structure in the Novel "The Killer of Hamza (Qaatil Hamza)" by Najeeb Gillani

Robina Naz, Yaqoob Khan Marwat
2021 الإيضاح  
This study deals with the temporal structure and its role in the novel "Killer of Hamza" by Najeeb Gillani and attempts to reveal the method of constructing time in the novel by standing on temporal order  ...  The killer of Hamza, p178. 48 -‫ص‬ ‫السابق،‬ ‫املصدر‬ 291 .  ...  Al-Kilani, Najib, The killer of Hamza, p299. 26 -‫ص‬ ‫السابق،‬ ‫املصدر‬ 248 .  ... 
doi:10.37556/al-idah.039.01.0515 fatcat:utyzjkldsne77bona5fvet4w3a


Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Hamza Rehman, Assamullah, Hameed Ullah, Hamza Khan Toru
2021 Zenodo  
Takayasu's arteritis is a rare, idiopathic, stenotic, chronic granulomatous vasculitis with strong predilection for aorta and its major branches. This report is about a 30 -year-old lady who presented with headache, body aches, bilateral progressive vision loss, hair loss, pain abdomen and multiple skin ulcers. Her vascular findings suggested inflammatory vascular granulomatous disease. She would later be diagnosed as having Takayasu's arteritis.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5457680 fatcat:2slv532cunfvliyzjcyvb2uaj4

Brucellosis As a Cause of Intestinal Perforation

Iffat Noureen, Muhammad Hamza, Huma Sabir Khan, Saleha Khan, Muhammad Hanif
2020 Cureus  
Brucellosis is a multisystem zoonotic infection. Patients usually presents with fever and nonspecific systemic symptoms but may rarely present with clinical presentation of an acute abdomen. In this case report, we present a 32-year-old male who presented to the emergency department with symptoms of acute abdomen. Exploration revealed ileal perforation secondary to brucellosis, for which loop ileostomy was fashioned.
doi:10.7759/cureus.7075 pmid:32226676 pmcid:PMC7093939 fatcat:jmdz7nrrwzfftju7eerh55o53e

Implication and Utilization of various Lip Reading Techniques

Saiqa Khan, Hamza Azmi, Ajay Nair, Hamza Mirza
2017 International Journal of Computer Applications  
Ears are one of the most important sensory organs of the human body. It is one of our primary sensors along with our eyes, nose, skin etc. However, while many people may have perfectly functional ears some suffer from partial or total hearing loss or hearing impairment. In order to tackle this, many suggest the use of hearing aids, sign language, cochlear implants. But of all the different ways, one of the best way to beat this inability is to train oneself to lip read. In simple words, lip
more » ... ing is the interpretation of the movements of not only the lips but also the face and tongue. While many people are excellent at lip reading, some find it a challenge too difficult to overcome. In regard to this, one cannot deny that whenever some human falls short of something, a manmade technology can make up for the shortcoming to a certain extent. As a result, over the years a lot of time and effort has been invested in studying various lip reading algorithms and speech automations. Through this research paper, the aim is to put forth a study on various lip-reading algorithms, their approaches, their innovations and the central ideas behind their proposed studies.
doi:10.5120/ijca2017914391 fatcat:gfdtubw4uvbyjjyifbm6oiep5a


Farrukh Ansar, Owais Anwar, Ateeq Ur Rehman, Irfanullah Barqi, Farzand Ali, Mehran Khan, Waseem Sajjad, Hamza Khan Afridi
INTRODUCTION: While science has taken giant strides over time, people in our society are still unable to define and identify stress. A lot of people are victims of stress in our society today, including medical students who are constantly coping with the challenges of medical education in tandem with the demands of personal and social life. OBJECTIVE: The main objective of the study was to determine the level and cause of stress and the coping strategies used by medical students of Khyber
more » ... nkhwa. METHODOLOGY: A cross-sectional study was conducted in five private medical colleges of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The study sample was 300 medical students of first and second-year MBBS. Probability stratified sampling technique was used to collect data. The period of study was from October 2017 to January 2018. Data was analyzed by SPSS version-20.0. RESULTS: A total of 300 medical students participated in the study of which of 55% were male and 45% females. The total prevalence of stress was 49.7% of which 37.3% of students were suffering from a high level of stress and 12.4% students were in severe stress condition.CONCLUSION: Approximately half of the medical students of KPK are suffering from stress. The statistics are unnerving, yet there is hope if the issue is addressed which will require a combined effort on many levels. We also suggest a psychologist in each medical college for counseling sessions of students. While students themselves may adopt different coping strategies every now and then, organized efforts need to be made by the teachers, parents, respective colleges and the ensemble of society altogether.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13173245.v2 fatcat:ave6qj3jirghvbzugtdqilbeau

Incidental case finding of a 19‐year‐old woman with Tuberous Sclerosis Complex: A step‐wise Multidisciplinary approach

Sajjad Ali, Samahir Tariq Khan, Hamza Usman, Ali Hamza Khan, Zain Douba, Murtaza Ali
2021 Clinical Case Reports  
Radiological imaging plays a vital role in clinically diagnosing TSC. TSC prognosis is largely determined by the severity and the extent of the systems affected by it. TSC patients are symptomatically managed, since no cure is present. Healthcare professionals must frequently check-up TSC patients who have a lifelong disorder.
doi:10.1002/ccr3.4933 pmid:34631098 pmcid:PMC8493370 fatcat:yhulefu3ebcwtfnuiiwgt3uy2e

Hernia of Morgagni Presenting as Constipation in a 65-Year-Old Male

Hamza A Khan, Adeel Samad, Omar A Khan, Farida K Chagan, Jamal K Khan, Saulat H Fatimi
2017 Cureus  
Authors Hamza A Khan, Adeel Samad, Omar A Khan, Farida K Chagan, Jamal K Khan, and Saulat H.  ...  Khan et al. Cureus 9(5): e1278. DOI 10.7759/cureus.1278 2 of 4 Khan et al. Cureus 9(5): e1278. DOI 10.7759/cureus.1278 Khan et al. Cureus 9(5): e1278. DOI 10.7759/cureus.1278 4 of 4  ... 
doi:10.7759/cureus.1278 pmid:28656126 pmcid:PMC5484600 fatcat:jk5prcb7ozbpfdmjlkln6ljc2a

Case of Guillain-Barré syndrome following COVID-19 vaccine

Tanveer Hasan, Mustafizur Khan, Farhin Khan, Ghanim Hamza
2021 BMJ Case Reports  
Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is a rare immune-mediated disorder of the peripheral nerves. Although its cause is not fully understood, the syndrome often follows infection with a virus or bacteria, although in rare occasions, vaccination may precede GBS. We describe a case of a 62-year-old woman who presented with paraesthesia and progressive weakness of both lower limbs over 3 days. Clinical examination and investigation findings including lumbar puncture and nerve conduction studies were
more » ... stent with the diagnosis of GBS. She had no history of either diarrhoea or respiratory tract infections preceding her presentation. However, she had her first intramuscular dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine 11 days prior to her presentation. Although no direct link could be ascertained, the purpose of this report is to highlight the incidence and consider this issue while evaluating any case of GBS in the light of the current pandemic and vaccination programme.
doi:10.1136/bcr-2021-243629 pmid:34187803 fatcat:45fib2i6dfg5vpcq6gomjcudhe

Carbimazole induced cholestatic hepatitis

Hamza Khan, Giridhar Tarigopula, Praveen Partha, Paul Peter
2013 Endocrine Abstracts  
doi:10.1530/endoabs.31.p387 fatcat:nrreicdfgnfc7faf2qucpeudxa

Enhancing Video Streaming in Vehicular Networks via Resource Slicing [article]

Hamza Khan, Sumudu Samarakoon, Mehdi Bennis
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Hamza Khan (Corresponding author), and Sumudu Samarakoon are with the Centre for Wireless Communications, University of Oulu, 90014 Oulu, Finland (emails: {hamza.khan, sumudu.samarakoon}  ... 
arXiv:2002.06928v1 fatcat:p6oxestyyfb6vpmumurmhiazfi

Flower identification using deep neural network – Bloom: [article]

Ali Hamza, Touqeer Abbas, M Ahmad Khan, Dr. Abdul Razzaq
2021 Zenodo  
M Ahmad Khan ( LinkedIn: M Ahmad Khan Results & Screenshot of project:  ...  Abdul Razzaq ( LinkedIn: Dr.Abdul Razzaq Group members: Ali Hamza ( LinkedIn : Alee Hamza Touqeer Abbas ( LinkedIn: touQeer abbaS  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5807206 fatcat:ed26d7b6vfbo5ccw2nfyn27vwy

Liquorice induced hypertension and hypokalaemia

Hamza Khan, Giridhar Tarigopula, Praveen Partha, Paul Peter
2013 Endocrine Abstracts  
doi:10.1530/endoabs.31.p51 fatcat:efeybfhk5fhovevrscy6afzf2q

Assessment of Computer Vision Syndrome in University Students in Peshawar; A Descriptive Cross-Sectional Study

Khushal Nadir Hadi, Muhammad Hamza Rehman, Hamza Khan Toru, Abdullah Ahmad Orakzai, Saifullah Khalid, Bushra Iftikhar
2021 Zenodo  
BACKGROUND: An ever-increasing exposure to screen has led to increased prevalence of computer vision syndrome in university students. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the frequency of screen usage amongst university students and to assess the impact of the hours of screen usage on the symptomatology of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). METHODOLOGY: A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out amongst various university campuses in Peshawar over the period of January 2017 to April 2017.
more » ... lity (Convenience) sampling was done by using a pre-prepared questionnaire, which was distributed amongst university students of all study years with ages ranging from 17 to 24. Subjects with known history of diabetes, anemia, hypertension, central or peripheral nerve diseases, congenital vision disorders and those using medications such as eye drops were excluded. Data was presented in the form of percentages, frequency and tables using the SPSS v22 Software. RESULTS: Amongst the 385 respondents surveyed, the three most common symptoms of CVS that were seen in them were tired eyes at 71.8%, neck/back pain at 70.1% and headache at 42.3%. Relationships were investigated between these three most common symptoms, and the amount of computer screen usage amongst the sample population. Significant (p<0.05) associations were seen amongst university students having the symptoms of CVS and using computers for long hours. A few discrepancies also existed possibly due to small sample size. CONCLUSION: Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is a common phenomenon amongst university students. The symptoms of CVS show significant associations with hours of screen usage. Further studies are required in Pakistan specially to find out all the exact factors that can cause CVS-like symptoms.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4936507 fatcat:kedqk5sdsjf5xmnbv77zztk2c4

Effect of Covid-19 Fear on Dental Anxiety Levels among Adult Patients in Periurban Islamabad

Sibtul Hassan, Ibraheem Khan, Haneena Khan, Ahmed Khan, Ayesha Khan, Hamza Waheed
2022 Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences  
Objectives: To evaluate dental anxiety levels and fear of covid-19 and the correlation of dental anxiety with covid-19 fear. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted at Rawal General and Dental Hospital Islamabad, Pakistan using convenient sampling technique over a period of 6 months. A sample size of 167 adult (18yrs+) patients was taken. Data was collected through validated questionnaires in the OPD. Results: It was observed that people with higher fear of covid-19 had significantly
more » ... er dental anxiety levels and vice versa. The relation being significant (p <0.05). Conclusion: it was found that female patients had both high dental anxiety and fear of covid-19 while people aged 41yrs and above only had higher fear of covid-19 as compared to dental anxiety Keywords: Covid-19, Fear of Covid-19, Dental Anxiety, Covid-19 and Dental Anxiety
doi:10.53350/pjmhs221651012 fatcat:gwxestgsiffmpiy2e6kii2xfm4

Effect of Quinolones on Blood Glucose Level and Blood Profile of Laying Hens

Asif ur Rehman, Arsalan Khan, Sarzamin Khan, Hamza Maris, Naseer Khan
2019 Journal of Animal Health and Production  
doi:10.17582/journal.jahp/2019/ fatcat:z2mzy33psrdy3fzfb3z4rp623u
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