Hussein Abdel Dayem

Hussein Abdel Dayem

Biography

Hussein Abdel Dayem

Head of Department and Consultant Dermatologist at Mediclinic Al Noor Hospital, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Dr. Hussein Abdel Dayem got his M.D. in Dermatology and Venereal Diseases in the Ain Shams School of Medicine, Egypt in April 1980, he obtained his diploma of Educational Technology (DIP. Ed. Tech.) at the Dundee University, Scotland, U.K. in December 1980, he got a diploma of Dermatology and Venereal Diseases (DVD) at the Ain Shams School of Medicine, Egypt in April 1975 and he got his MB, Bch at the Ain Shams School of Medicine, Egypt in June 1972.

Dr. Hussein started his career as an Intern Ain Shams University Hospitals from 1972 – 1973, he later was a Resident of Dermatology and Venereology at the Ain Shams University Hospitals from 1973 – 1975, after being a resident Dr. Hussein became the Assistant Lecturer of Dermatology and Venereology in the Ain Shams School of Medicine from 1975 – 1980, he was later a Lecturer of Dermatology and Venereology at the Ain Shams School of Medicine from 1980 – 1985, Dr. Abdel Dayem was later appointed the Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Venereology at the Ain Shams School of Medicine from 1985 – 1990 and then during 1990 – 1993 he was the Professor of Dermatology and Venereology at the Ain Shams School of Medicine.

Short Description of the Lecture:

  1. Psoriatic Arthritis (PsA) in Dermatology Setting
    Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a chronic inflammatory disease associated with psoriasis (PsO). Both disorders share common pathogenic mechanisms involving genetic environmental factors. Because PsO is typically present for years before symptoms of PsA emerge, dermatologists are in a privileged position to detect PsA early through regular screening of patients. It has been repeatedly reported that PsA is underdiagnosed n patients with PsO, which may be due to under-recognition of musculoskeletal symptoms by dermatologists.

    Management of Patients with Psoriatic arthritis in a Dermatology setting include the identification and the application on the following:
      • The clinical characteristics differentiating inflammatory and non-inflammatory signs and symptoms.
      • The most useful screening questionnaires for PsA.
      • The serum laboratory test for the screening of PsA.
      • Imaging techniques use for the deduction of early PsA.
      • Indications of referral of patients with PsO to a Rheumatologist.
      • The criteria for the diagnosis of PsA in clinical practice.
      • The dermatologists could use for measuring the activity and severity of PsA in clinical practice.
      • The parameters to be considered in the choice of treatment for PsA.
      • The systemic steroids are indicated in the treatment of PsA.
      • The intra-articular steroid injection is indicated in the treatment of PsA.