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    • Approach to cardiovascular disease in women 

      Gulmez, Oyku; Acar, Rezzan Deniz; Aktoz, Meryem; Atamer, Oya; Aytekin, Saide; Polat, Evin Bozcali; Celik, Hulya Gamze; Celik, Omer; Elcioglu, Betul Cengiz; Dincer, İrem; Gazi, Emine; Kayikcioglu, Meral; Keser, Nurgul; Ozer, Necla; Yasar, Ayse Saatci; Sahinarslan, Asife; Kurklu, Turkan Seda Tan; Tokgozoglu, Lale; Yamac, Aylin Hatice; Yildirimturk, Ozlem; Yilmaz, Dilek Cicek; Yilmaz, Neslihan (2018)
      Cardiovascular disease (CVD) in women is still not completely understood by either patients or physicians. It is perceived as a health problem that becomes manifest only after menopause; however, it is the most frequent ...
    • The Assessment of Efficiency of Traditional and Complementary Medicine Practices in Neurology 

      Kibaroglu, Seda; Caglayan, Hale Zeynep Batur; Ataoglu, Esra Erkoc (2018)
      Traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine practices are used in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide variety of diseases in the world. Such practices in Turkey are regulated by the "Regulation of ...
    • Bariatric Surgery and Urinary Stone Disease 

      Ozer, Cevahir; Egilmez, Tulga (2016)
      Obesity is a major public health problem and has been suggested to play a role in the etiology of urinary tract stone disease. Furthermore, the increasingly widespread use of surgery in the treatment of obesity also is ...
    • Bilateral synchronous ovarian tumours: an uncommon case and review of the literature 

      Tohma, Yusuf Aytac; Gunabakan, Emre; Haberal, Asuman Nihan; Ayhan, Ali (2018)
      Synchronous ovarian tumours are rare. Management of these patients can differ from that of patients with uniform tumours. We present a case of synchronous epithelial ovarian cancer and malignant mixed Mullerian tumour in ...
    • Case of an Unusual Suprascapular Neuropathy: Case Report and Literature Review 

      Afsar, Sevgi Ilkbali; Karatas, Metin (2018)
      Suprascapular neuropathy is a rare cause of shoulder pain and muscle weakness. Common causes include space-occupying lesions such as paralabral cysts, soft tissue or bone tumors, recurrent overhead activities in athletes, ...
    • Cloacogenic Adenocarcinoma of the Vulva: A Case Report and Review of the Literature 

      Tepeoglu, Merih; Uner, Halit; Haberal, Asuman Nihan; Ozen, Ozlem; Kuscu, Esra (2018)
      Primary adenocarcinoma of the vulva, unrelated to the native glands of perineum is an extremely rare neoplasm. Despite awareness of this lesion for over 40 years, the origin is not beyond speculation. The most reasonable ...
    • Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics 

      Kaya, Burcak; Coskun, Ipek (2018)
      Orthodontists treat malocclusions by applying three-dimensional forces. For years, the diagnosis of this three-dimensional condition and the related treatment plan has been based on two-dimensional imaging. Lateral and ...
    • A Critical Review of Implicit Leadership Theory on the Validity of Organizational Actor-National Culture Fitness 

      Ozturk, Alperen; Varoglu, M. Abdulkadir; Varoglu, Demet (2017)
      According to implicit leadership literature, actor-national culture fitness is a necessity to be labeled as a leader. However, studies which focus on implicit leadership theory and national culture have some contradictory ...
    • Diagnosis and treatment in primary bladder small cell carcinoma: Literature review 

      Celik, Orcun; Ekin, Gokhan; Ipekci, Tumay; Budak, Salih; Ilbey, Yusuf Ozlem (2016)
      Small cell bladder carcinoma is a rare and frequently fatal disease. It can be distinguished from classical urothelial carcinoma microscopically and immunohistochemically. Small cell bladder carcinoma has histologically ...
    • Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperosteosis: A Review 

      Afsar, Sevgi Ikbali (2015)
      Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperosteosis (DISH) is also known as Forestier disease and is a systemic non-inflammatory disorder seen more commonly in males and elderly. It is characterized by calcification of the anterior ...
    • DiGeorge Syndrome 

      Gokturk, Bahar; Reisli, Ismail (2016)
      DiGeorge syndrome, which is caused by abnormal development and migration of neural crest cells, is the most common microdeletion syndrome. The phenotype is variable due to the existence of more than 35 genes in the typical ...
    • Domestically Acquired Legionnaires' Disease: Two Case Reports and a Review of the Pertinent Literature 

      Erdogan, Haluk; Arslan, Hande (2016)
      Background: Legionella species may colonize in home water systems and cause Legionnaires' disease (LD). We herein report two cases of sporadic LD associated with the solar energy-heated hot water systems of the patients' ...
    • EACVI appropriateness criteria for the use of transthoracic echocardiography in adults: a report of literature and current practice review 

      Sade, Elif; Steeds, Richard P.; Garbi, Madalina; Cardim, Nuno; Kasprzak, Jaroslaw D.; Nihoyannopoulos, Petros; Popescu, Bogdan Alexandru; Stefanidis, Alexandros; Cosyns, Bernard; Monaghan, Mark; Aakhus, Svend; Edvardsen, Thor; Flachskampf, Frank; Galiuto, Leonarda; Athanassopoulos, George; Lancellotti, Patrizio (2017)
      The European Association for Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI) has outlined the rationale for setting appropriate use criteria (AUC) in cardiovascular (CV) imaging. Transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) is the most common ...
    • Early and Late Complications of Urinary Diversions after Radical Cystectomy 

      Kosan, Murat; Gonulalan, Umut (2016)
      One of the strongest predictive factors for the early and late postoperative complications and morbidity of radical cystectomy is the type of urinary diversion following cystectomy. In this paper, we reviewed English-language ...
    • A Framework for Computational Thinking Based on a Systematic Research Review 

      Kalelioglu, Filiz; Gulbahar, Yasemin; Kukul, Volkan (2016)
      Computational Thinking (CT) has become popular in recent years and has been recognised as an essential skill for all, as members of the digital age. Many researchers have tried to define CT and have conducted studies about ...
    • Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation in Adult Sickle Cell Disease: Problems and Solutions 

      Ozdogdu, Halkan; Boga, Can (2015)
      Sickle cell disease-related organ injuries cannot be prevented despite hydroxyurea use, infection prophylaxis, and supportive therapies. As a consequence, disease-related mortality reaches 14% in adolescents and young ...
    • Humidification therapy; long-term effects in COPD and OSAS patients 

      Esendagli, Dorina; Sarric Ulasli, Sevinc; Esquinas, Antonio (2018)
      Humidification therapy is widely used in patients during invasive ventilation and the importance of heating and humidifying the inhaled air is well defined in both the acute and long term setting. On the other hand the ...
    • Hyperglycemia in Hospital: Diagnosis, Classification, Clinical Implications and Treatment 

      Bagir, Gulay Simsek; Ertorer, Melek Eda (2017)
      Hyperglycemia is a well-recognized risk factor for hospital-related complications, prolonged stay in the hospital and even mortality. The patients with in-hospital hyperglycemia may be categorized into three groups: i) ...
    • Imaging findings of spondylodiscitis 

      Alkan, Ozlem; Altinkaya, Naime (2016)
      Spondylodiscitis is an infection of the intervertebral disc and adjacent vertebral bodies. Magnetic resonance imaging is the method of choice for the spondylodiscitis. The characteristic findings in the spondylodiscitis ...
    • Indirect Bonding Revisited 

      Pamukcu, Hande; Ozsoy, Omur Polat (2016)
      In recent years, the popularity of indirect bonding increased due to advantages such as reduction of chair time and enhancement of patient comfort. Although the indirect bonding technique has improved over the years, the ...