Person: DOĞAN, REMZI
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- PublicationMetadata onlyEvaluation of nasal mucociliary transport rate according to nasal septum deviation type(2016-07-01) Dogan, REMZİ; TUGRUL, Selahattin; Erdogan, EZGİ BAŞAK; Eren, SABRİ BAKİ; Ozturan, ORHAN; DOĞAN, REMZI; TUĞRUL, SELAHATTİN; ERDOĞAN, EZGİ BAŞAK; EREN, SABRİ BAKİ; ÖZTURAN, ORHANBackgroundNasal septum deviation (NSD) may affect mucociliary activity (MCA) to varying degrees, depending upon the severity of the deviation. We used rhinoscintigraphy to determine the impact of the various NSD types on MCA.
- PublicationMetadata onlyThe use of large volume low pressure nasal saline with fluticasone propionate for the treatment of pediatric acute rhinosinusitis(2014-08-01) TUGRUL, Selahattin; Dogan, REMZİ; BAKI, Eren Sabri; MERIC, Aysenur; Ozturan, ORHAN; DOĞAN, REMZI; EREN, SABRİ BAKİ; ÖZTURAN, ORHANObjectives: Fluticasone propionate and nasal saline irrigation have been used in the treatment of sinonasal diseases for a long time. Our study investigates the effect of the combination of large volume low pressure nasal saline irrigation and fluticasone propionate for the treatment of pediatric acute rhinosinusitis.
- PublicationMetadata onlyThe effect of allergic rhinitis with positive skin prick test on choroidal thickness.(2017-06-01) OZTURAN, ORHAN; OZDEMIR, MEHMET HAKAN; YENIGUN, A; Dogan, REMZİ; ELBAY, AHMET; YENİGÜN, ALPER; ELBAY, AHMET; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHAN; ÖZDEMİR, MEHMET HAKAN
- PublicationMetadata onlyTension pneumocephalus: an extremely small defect leading to an extremely serious problem(2013-11-01) Aksoy, Fadlullah; Dogan, REMZİ; Ozturan, ORHAN; TUGRUL, Selahattin; Yildirim, YAVUZ SELİM; AKSOY, FADLULLAH; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHAN; YILDIRIM, YAVUZ SELİMBackground: Pneumocephalus is a pathology characterized by air influx into the intracranial region. It may occur after head trauma and rarely after endoscopic sinus surgery. As the amount of air increases, this can cause neurological disorders with a mass effect and this condition is called tension pneumocephalus.
- PublicationMetadata onlyAsymmetrically Pressing Nasal Splint for Crooked Nose Deformity(2015-01-01) TUGRUL, Selahattin; Dogan, REMZİ; KOCAK, Ilker; Ozturan, ORHAN; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHANObjectives: Correcting crooked nose deformity is one of the most difficult procedure in rhinoplastic surgery. For that reason, the authors have been designed an asymmetrically pressing nasal splint. In this prospective study, the aim was to compare the effects of applying asymmetrically pressing nasal splint and normal symmetrically splint on the crooked nose.
- PublicationMetadata onlyOlfactory function and nasal manifestations of Behcet-s disease(2014-04-01) VEYSELLER, Bayram; Dogan, REMZİ; SU, Ozlem; AKSOY, Fadlullah; MERIC, Aysenur; Ozturan, ORHAN; DOĞAN, REMZI; AKSOY, FADLULLAH; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; ÖZTURAN, ORHANObjective: To investigate the effect of Behcet-s disease on olfactory function, the nasal mucosa, and nasal symptoms.
- PublicationMetadata onlyDynamometric Analysis of Normative Auricular Stiffness and Comparison With Operated Prominent Ears(2015-10-01) Ozturan, ORHAN; Dogan, REMZİ; OZUCER, Berke; Yildirim, YAVUZ SELİM; MERIC, Aysenur; ÖZTURAN, ORHAN; DOĞAN, REMZI; YILDIRIM, YAVUZ SELİMAim:Stiffness of the auricular cartilage is the main determining factor for the choice of operative technique of the prominent ear deformity. The aim of this study is to evaluate the stiffness of normal appearing ears objectively and quantitatively, compare the results with the operated prominent ear patients, and present prospective short-term dynamometric evaluation of the operated prominent ear patients.Patients and Methods:A total of 190 volunteers without ear deformities were recruited and 9 age groups were formed: group (5-9), group (10-14), group (15-19), group (20-24), group (25-29), group (30-34), group (35-39), group (40-49), and group (50+). Total 28 ears (14 patients) with otoplasty were included in the study as group (operated 5-9) and group (operated 10-14). In addition, 3 patients with prominent ear deformity were prospectively followed for dynamometric changes that occur with otoplasty operation. The auriculocephalic angle (ACA) was measured once and auricle to scalp distance was measured at 4 different standardized levels. Ear stiffness was measured on each ear individually at 4 different points over the antihelix using digital computer-aided dynamometry. Each ear was compared in terms of ACA, distance, and dynamometric values.Findings:Dynamometric values tend to increase with age, which increase and peak around 35 years of age and declines after 40 years of age. Measurements of the first 2 age groups were statistically different compared with the other groups. Postoperative dynamometric measurements (DNM) of group (operated 5-9) were similar with normative values of group (5-9) and postoperative satisfaction visual analogue scale (VAS) score was 92.8%. Postoperative DNM of group (operated 10-14) were higher compared with normative values of group (10-14) for each different measuring level and the postoperative satisfaction VAS score was 75.3. A total of 3 patients with prominent ears had lower dynamometric values preoperatively; these values approached closer to normative values of their age group postoperatively.Conclusions:Results show that auricular cartilage stiffens and malleability decreases with increased age. This stiffness peaks in the 35-39 age group and declines after 40 years of age. Dynamometric values increase, at all levels, suggesting increased cartilage stiffness is related to age. In the scope of these results, cartilage sparing techniques are more suitable for 5 to 14 years of age and cartilage-cutting techniques are more suitable for older patients.
- PublicationMetadata onlyHow Deleterious Is Facial Nerve Dissection for the Facial Nerve in Parotid Surgery: An Electrophysiological Evaluation(2017-01-01) Eren, SABRİ BAKİ; Dogan, REMZİ; Ozturan, ORHAN; Veyseller, Bayram; HAFIZ, Aysenur Meric; EREN, SABRİ BAKİ; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHANObjective: This study was conducted to investigate subclinical electrophysiological deleterious effect due to microtrauma to the nerve in response to the dissection of a tumor and parotid tissue from the facial nerve and its branches and surgical traction experienced during the operation.
- PublicationMetadata onlyAudiological findings in pediatric perineal allergic rhinitis (house dust mite allergy) patients(2014-05-01) AKSOY, Fadlullah; Nursoy, MUSTAFA ATİLLA; Dogan, REMZİ; Ozturan, ORHAN; Eren, SABRİ BAKİ; VEYSELLER, Bayram; Ozkaya, EMİN; DEMIR, Aysegul Dogan; OZTURK, Burak; NURSOY, MUSTAFA ATİLLA; AKSOY, FADLULLAH; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHAN; EREN, SABRİ BAKİ; ÖZKAYA, EMİNAllergic rhinitis is the type 1 hypersensitivity reaction of the nasal mucosa and its primary mediator is Ig E. It is most frequently observed in children and adolescents. Our purpose in this study is to investigate the impact of allergy on hearing functions in children with perineal allergic rhinitis (house dust mite allergy). 50 perineal allergic rhinitis (house dust mite allergy) patients (33 male, 17 female patients, aged between 6 and 15, average age 10.4) and 20 control patients (12 male, 8 female, aged between 6 and 15, average age 11.2) underwent high frequency pure tone audiometry, acoustic reflex, otacoustic emission (OAE) and auditory brainstem potentials to assess their auditory functions. No statistically significant difference was detected between the study group and the control group with respect to their hearing thresholds (250-16,000 Hz). No statistically significant difference was detected as a result of the comparison between the study group and control group in terms of their signal-noise ratios at Distortion Product OAE in all frequencies (996-8,004 Hz). No statistically significant difference was detected between the study group and the control group in terms of the 1st, 3rd and 5th wave latencies and 1-3, 3-5 and 1-5 inter-peak values. This study is the first study where the audiological functions of the pediatric perineal allergic rhinitis (house dust mite allergy) patients were assessed. No significant difference was detected between the group of pediatric perineal allergic rhinitis (house dust mite allergy) patients and the control group with respect to their audiological functions.
- PublicationMetadata onlyAnalgesic effect of magnesium in post-tonsillectomy patients: a prospective randomised clinical trial(2015-09-01) TUGRUL, SELHATTİN; EREN, S. B.; Dogan, REMZİ; VEYSELLER, B.; OZTURAN, ORHAN; TUĞRUL, SELAHATTİN; DEĞİRMENCİ, NAZAN; EREN, SABRİ BAKİ; DOĞAN, REMZI; ÖZTURAN, ORHANThe aim of this study was to assess the analgesic, bleeding and nausea/vomiting effects of magnesium with and without metamizol on post-tonsillectomy patients. This prospective and randomised clinical trial included 54 patients aged 18-63 years who were scheduled for elective tonsillectomy. The patients were randomly divided into two groups and administered either magnesium with metamizol or only metamizol. They had been classified as physical status class I and II using the American Society of Anesthesiologists guidelines. All patients underwent the same surgical procedure performed by a single surgeon. The groups did not differ according to age, sex, or duration of anaesthesia or surgery. Postoperative pain, bleeding and nausea/vomiting were evaluated using the VAS and bleeding and nausea/vomiting scores on the first, fifth and tenth days. On the first, fifth and tenth postoperative days, the VAS scores of the magnesium with metamizol group were significantly lower than those of the metamizol-only group (p1 = 0.001; p5 = 0.015; p10 = 0.015). There were no significant differences in postoperative bleeding and nausea/vomiting scores between the two groups (p = 0.425 and p = 0.258, respectively). This study showed that magnesium enhanced the analgesic effect on post-tonsillectomy pain. Use of magnesium with an analgesic drug may be beneficial for management of post-tonsillectomy pain .