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Oxidative stress and inflammatory response in patients with psoriasis; is there any relationship with psychiatric comorbidity and cognitive functions?

2019-01-01, DEVECİ, ERDEM, Kocacenk, Tuba, ŞAHAN, EBRU, YILMAZ, ONUR, ÖZTÜRK, AHMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET, DEVECİ, ERDEM, ŞAHAN, EBRU, YILMAZ, ONUR, ÖZTÜRK, AHMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET

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SEVERE GENERALIZE CORTICAL ATROPHY INCONSISTENT WITH HER AGE, AND NEUROCOGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT IN AN UNTREATED SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENT: A CASE REPORT

2011-01-01T00:00:00Z, ORAL, Emin Argun, Gulec, M., AYDIN, Nurullah, Ozan, E., Kirpinar, I., KIRPINAR, İSMET

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Genç Psikiyatristin El Kitabı

2013-06-01, KIRPINAR, İSMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET

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Clozapine Treatment and Thrombocytopenia: a Case Report

2014-09-01, Ozturk, AHMET, Deveci, ERDEM, DURSUN, Ali Emre, Soyucok, Etem, Kirpinar, Ismet, DEVECİ, ERDEM, KIRPINAR, İSMET

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Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: An Adult Case Responding to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

2018-12-01T00:00:00Z, GÖRMEZ, AYNUR, Kilic, Alperen, KIRPINAR, İSMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET

Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is a new diagnostic category in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-5 (DSM-5) which replaces and extends the DSM-4 diagnosis of feeding disorder of infancy or early childhood. There is limited information as to the characteristics of the patients with ARFID, its course and prognosis and treatment. We aim to contribute to available literature on ARFID by presenting this case. We discussed a young lady with ARFID who responded well to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with successful application of in vivo exposure, systematic desensitization, and cognitive restructuring techniques. After the 12 sessions of CBT as inpatient and eight sessions as outpatient, she gained 4 kg (8.81 lbs); her body mass index (BMI) rising from 16 to 17.5 kg/m(2), Hamilton anxiety rating score dropped from 27 to 5. She continued to improve reaching the BMI of 18.3 kg/m(2) 6-month post-discharge. This case suggests that CBT can be a useful treatment modality in adults with ARFID.

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Development of Hyperprolactinemia Induced by the Addition of Bupropion to Venlafaxine XR Treatment

2018-04-01, KILIÇ, Alperen, Ozturk, AHMET, Deveci, ERDEM, Kirpinar, Ismet, ÖZTÜRK, AHMET, DEVECİ, ERDEM, KIRPINAR, İSMET

Hyperprolactinemia is characterized by abnormally increased serum prolactin levels. Menstrual irregularities and hyperprolactinemia can be caused by a variety of medical conditions as well as due to the use of some psychopharmacological drugs, namely antipsychotics; it can also develop during antidepressant treatment. Bupropion is an antidepressant functioning via the inhibition of noradrenaline and dopamine reuptake. The endocrine and sexual adverse events of this agent are rare. In the literature, only one case reporting hyperprolactinemia or galactorrhea caused by bupropion use is available. Here, we present the case of a patient diagnosed with depressive disorder and receiving venlafaxine, who developed hyperprolactinemia and oligomenorrhea after the addition of bupropion the ongoing treatment and showed serum prolactin levels decreased to normal ranges shortly after the discontinuation of bupropion.

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Temperament and Character Traits in Patients With Epilepsy Epileptic Personality

2013-05-01, YAZICI, Esra, YAZICI, Ahmet Bulent, Aydin, Nazan, Orhan, Asuman, Kirpinar, Ismet, Acemoglu, Hamit, KIRPINAR, İSMET

Personality and behavioral changes in epilepsy are well documented. However, neither the quantitative characteristics nor the etiology of these changes is clear yet. Cloninger has developed a psychobiological personality model that provides a way to evaluate personality in a dimensional way. This study examined the relationship between epilepsy and Cloninger-s dimensional psychobiological personality model. A total of 73 epilepsy outpatients and 79 healthy controls were examined using the Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Axis I Disorders, the Turkish version of the Temperament and Character Inventory, and an epilepsy questionnaire. Epilepsy patients had higher harm avoidance ( HA) and lower persistence, self-directedness (SD), and cooperativeness scores than healthy controls did. In epileptic subjects, there was no correlation between age and duration of epilepsy. Subjects with partial seizures had higher HA scores and lower SD scores than generalized ones. Comorbid depression was represented with lower SD scores. In multiple linear regression models, only major depressive disorder predicted lower scores of SD. This study confirms specific personality changes among epileptics according to Cloninger-s dimensional personality model and indicates a relationship between the characteristics of epilepsy and psychiatric comorbidity.

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Şiddetli Nörolojik Belirtilerle Giden Lityum İntoksikasyonunun Sağaltımı Bir Olgu Sunumu

2014-11-30, BAKAY, BETÜL, DEVECİ, ERDEM, ZİHNİ, DEMET, DURSUN, ALİ EMRE, ÖZTÜRK, AHMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET, DEVECİ, ERDEM, ÖZTÜRK, AHMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET

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The search for traditional religious treatment amongst schizophrenic patients: The current situation Şizofreni hastalarında geleneksel dinsel tedavi arayışı: Güncel durum

2016-01-01, Yazici, Esra, Yazici, Ahmet Bülent, İNCE, Mustafa, Erol, Atila, Erdoğan, Ayşe, İkiz, Hüsnü Selim, KIRPINAR, İSMET, KIRPINAR, İSMET

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Is there an association between theory of mind ability and biological rhythm disturbances in individuals with schizophrenia?

2018-03-01T00:00:00Z, Sahbaz, C., Kurtulmus, A., Kirpinar, I., ŞAHBAZ, ÇIĞDEM DILEK, KIRPINAR, İSMET