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Diffuse Cerebral Calcification due to Iatrogenic Hypoparathyroidism

Celik, Senay Yildiz | Colakoglu, Didar

Editorial | 2017 | TURKISH JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY23 ( 3 ) , pp.130 - 131

WOS: 000417433500007

Multiple intra-hepatic portal vein aneurysms: Findings on magnetic resonance angiography

Erdem, CZ | Erdem, LO | Comert, M | Ustundag, Y | Gundogu, S

Editorial | 2003 | CLINICAL RADIOLOGY58 ( 11 ) , pp.899 - 901

WOS: 000186480600014 PubMed: 14581018

Comparison of Local Anesthetic Effects of Tramadol With Prilocaine During Circumcision Procedure REPLY

Kargi, Eksal | Erol, Bulent

Editorial | 2010 | UROLOGY75 ( 3 ) , pp.675 - 675

WOS: 000275814500058

Infected concha bullosa mimicking a malignant lesion on F-18-FDG PET/CT

Gungor, S. | Asa, S. | Ozgur, A. | Aras, M. | Dede, F.


WOS: 000380182300014 PubMed: 26833383

Precut sphincterotomy: A reliable salvage for difficult biliary cannulation

Saritas, Ulku | Ustundag, Yucel | Harmandar, Ferda

Editorial | 2013 | WORLD JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY19 ( 1 ) , pp.1 - 7

Even experienced endoscopists have 90% success in achieving deep biliary cannulation with standard methods. Biliary cannulation may become difficult in 10%-15% of patients with biliary obstruction and precut (access) sphincterotomy is frequently chosen as a rescue treatment in these cases. Generally, precut sphincterotomy ensures a rate of 90%-100% successful deep biliary cannulation. The precut technique has been performed as either a fistulotomy with a needle knife sphincterotome or as a transpapillary septotomy with a standard sphincterotome. Both methods have similar efficacy and complication rates when administered to the prope . . .r patient. Although precut sphincterotomy ensures over 90% success of biliary cannulation, it has been characterized as an independent risk factor for pancreatitis. The complications of the precut technique are not limited to pancreatitis. Two more important ones, bleeding and perforation, are also reported in some publications as being observed more commonly than during standard sphincterotomy. It is also reported that precut sphincterotomy increases morbidity when performed in patients without dilatation of their biliary tract. Nevertheless, precut sphincterotomy is a good alternative as a rescue method in the setting of a failed standard cannulation method. This paper discusses the technical details, timing, efficacy and potential complications of precut sphincterotomy. (C) 2013 Baishideng. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Coenzyme Q(10) treatment reduces lipid peroxidation, inducible and endothelial nitric oxide synthases, and germ cell-specific apoptosis in a rat model of testicular ischemia/reperfusion injury

Erol, Bulent | Bozlu, Murat | Hanci, Volkan | Tokgoz, Husnu | Bektas, Sibel | Mungan, Gorkem

Editorial | 2010 | FERTILITY AND STERILITY93 ( 1 ) , pp.280 - 282

In this experimental study, we assessed the preventive effects of coenzyme Q(10) (CoQ(10)) in a rat model of ischemia/reperfusion injury. The results of this study show that CoQ(10) administration before the reperfusion period of testicular torsion provides a significant decrease in testicular lipid peroxidation products and expressions of inducible nitric oxide synthase, endothelial nitric oxide synthase, and germ cell-specific apoptosis. (Fertil Steril(R) 2010;93:280-2. (C)2010 by American Society for Reproductive Medicine.)

Inorganic constituents in barks of Abies bornmulleriana and Castanea sativa

Hafizoglu, H | Sivrikaya, H | Bacak, L

Editorial | 2006 | HOLZ ALS ROH-UND WERKSTOFF64 ( 3 ) , pp.247 - 249

Barks of Abies bornmulleriana and Castanea sativa were investigated for inorganic constituents by flame atomic absorption spectrometer. 18 elements were detected in the barks of the two species. While Ca was found as the main constituent, 68.7% of the total elements in fir and 76.6% in chestnut, K, Mg, Al and Mn were seen as other predominating elements.

Carotid cavernous fistula with bilateral thalamic infarct

Barut, Banu Ozen | Tascilar, Nida | Aciman, Esra | Acikgoz, Mustafa | Ekem, Sureyya

Editorial | 2012 | JOURNAL OF THE PAKISTAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION62 ( 7 ) , pp.726 - 728

Carotid cavernous fistula (CCF) is an abnormal communication between cavernous sinus and carotid arterial system. Diagnosis depends on clinical manifestations and MRI findings and angiography. Clinical presentation of CCFs is characterized with chemosis, orbital bruit and pulsatile proptosis. Cranial nerve dysfunction and orbital pain might accompany these symptoms. Although spontaneous remission might occur, sometimes CCF might develop life threatening complications. Here in this case we presented a patient with CCF who afterwards developed bilateral thalamic infarct. Cerebral ischemia in CCF is a rare complication and CCF together . . . with bilateral thalamic infarct has not been reported before Daha fazlası Daha az

Cow's milk allergy as a risk factor for forthcoming wheezing attacks

Tomac, N | Turan, E | Ertan, U | Ozmen, S

Editorial | 2004 | ALLERGY59 ( 9 ) , pp.1017 - 1018

WOS: 000223057200024 PubMed: 15291918

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