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    The Role of Microperc in the Treatment of Symptomatic Lower Pole Renal Calculi
    (2013-01-01T00:00:00Z) TEPELER, Abdulkadir; ARMAGAN, Abdullah; Sancaktutar, Ahmet Ali; SILAY, Mesrur Selcuk; Penbegul, Necmettin; AKMAN, Tolga; Hatipoglu, Namik Kemal; Ersoz, CEVPER; ERDEM, Mehmet Remzi; Akcay, MUZAFFER; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER
    Background and Purpose: The treatment of symptomatic lower pole (LP) calculi poses a challenge because of lower clearance rates. We present our experience with microperc in the treatment of LP renal calculi.
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    Mesh related vesico-peritoneal fistula presenting with urinary ascites: A case report
    (2019-03-01T00:00:00Z) İLKTAÇ, ABDULLAH; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; DOĞAN, BAYRAM; KALKAN, Senad; İLKTAÇ, ABDULLAH; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; DOĞAN, BAYRAM; KALKAN, SENAD
    Vesicoperitoneal fistula is a very rare entity of epithelialized communication between peritoneal cavity and bladder.1 It results in accumulation of urine in peritoneal cavity and causes elevated urea and creatinine levels mimicking acute renal failure. Incisional hernia is common complication of abdominal surgery and often repaired with non-absorbable mesh.2 Using dual mesh can reduce mesh related complications but migration to adjacent organs can still happen and cause severe complications. Here we present a case of mesh related vesico-peritoneal fistula presenting with urinary ascites 2 years after incisional hernia repair.
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    The association of GLUT-1, Galectin 3 and Claudin 1 staining with the type of renal tumors
    (2019-01-01T00:00:00Z) ÇOBAN, GANİME; TURNA, SEVAL; YILDIZ, PELİN; ÜNVER, NURCAN; BÜYÜKPINARBAŞILI, NUR; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; GÜCİN, ZÜHAL; TURNA, SEVAL; YILDIZ, PELİN; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; GÜCİN, ZÜHAL
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    Comparison of Scoring Systems in Predicting Success of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy
    (2019-01-01T00:00:00Z) AKÇAY, MUZAFFER; Tosun, Muhammed; GEVHER, FATİH; KALKAN, Senad; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; Kayali, Yunus; Tepeler, Abdulkadir; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER; TOSUN, MUHAMMED; GEVHER, FATİH; KALKAN, SENAD; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; KAYALI, YUNUS
    Background: Scoring systems are useful to inform the patients about the success and complication rates of the operation prior the surgery. Aims: To determine the applicability of the popular scoring systems (Guy’s, stone size, tract length, obstruction, number of involved calices, and essence/stone density and Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society) by means of examining preoperative data of patients treated with percutaneous nephrolithotomy. Study Design: Cross sectional study. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed files of the patients who had undergone percutaneous nephrolithotomy in our center between 2011 and 2015. Excluded from the study were patients aged <18 years, and those who were not assessed preoperatively with computed tomography. Preoperative computed tomography images of all patients were assessed by a single observer, and patients were graded based on three scoring system. Demographic data were analyzed along with perioperative data (operation, fluoroscopy, length of hospital stay, changes in hematocrit values, location, and number of access sites, stone-free and complication rates). Results: A total of 298 patients who had been treated with 300 procedures were enrolled into the study. Mean age, stone burden, number of stones, and density were 48.1±12.9 years, 663.5±442.8 mm2, 1.8±1.1 and 888.3±273 HU respectively. Scores of the cases based on Guy’s, stone size, tract length, obstruction, number of involved calices, and essence/stone density, and Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society scoring system were calculated as 2, 7.6, and 222.1 points respectively. 81.6% of the patients were stonefree. Complications were detected in 30 (9.9%) patients. Based on receiver operating characteristic curve analysis a positive correlation was detected between success rate and scoring systems, i.e., Guy’s (p=<0.001, r=-0.309), stone size, tract length, obstruction, number of involved calices, and essence/stone density (p=<0.001, r=-0.295), and Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society (p=<0.001, r=0.426). The Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society scoring system had the highest predictive value. The sensitivity rates rates for Guy’s, Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society and Stone scoring system were as 78.78%, 80% and 82.34% respectively. Conclusion: All of scoring systems predicted correctly the success of the percutaneous nephrolithotomy procedures. The Clinical Research Office of the Endourological Society scoring system had the highest predictive value. Keywords: Percutaneous nephrolitotomy, scoring methods, specificity and sensitivity, urinary calculi
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    IS LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL NEPHRECTOMY JUSTIFIED IN CENTRAL RENAL MASSES HERNIATING INTO THE HILUM?: OUR TECHNIQUE AND RESULTS WITH OPEN NEPHRON-SPARING SURGERY
    (2011-04-01T00:00:00Z) ONOL, Sinasi Yavuz; ONOL, Fikret Fatih; ERDEM, M. Remzi; TOPAKTAS, Ramazan; Ersoz, CEVPER; ERSÖZ, CEVPER
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    Comparison of intrarenal pelvic pressure during micro-percutaneous nephrolithotomy and conventional percutaneous nephrolithotomy
    (2014-06-01T00:00:00Z) TEPELER, Abdulkadir; AKMAN, Tolga; SILAY, Mesrur Selcuk; Akcay, MUZAFFER; Ersoz, CEVPER; Kalkan, SENAD; ARMAGAN, Abdullah; SARICA, Kemal; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; KALKAN, SENAD
    The micro-percutaneous nephrolithotomy (microperc) is a recently introduced percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL) technique that is performed through a 4.8Fr all-seeing needle. We aimed to measure the intrarenal pelvic pressure (IPP) during microperc and compare it with the levels of conventional PNL. A total of 20 patients with 1- to 3-cm renal calculi resistant to shock wave lithotripsy were treated either with microperc (Group-1, n: 10) or conventional PNL (Group-2, n: 10) by the same surgical team. The IPP was measured during different stages (entrance into the collecting system, stone fragmentation, and before termination) of the procedures by an urodynamic machine using the 6Fr ureteral catheter. All the variables were statistically compared between the two groups. The demographic values of the patients were similar. The operation time and duration of hospitalization were significantly prolonged in conventional PNL group (p = 0.034, p = 0.01, respectively). The mean drop in hematocrit levels was significantly lower in microperc group (3.5 +/- A 1.5 vs. 1.8 +/- A 0.8; p = 0.004). The IPP was significantly higher in microperc group during all steps of the procedure. The highest level of the IPP was measured as 30.3 +/- A 3.9 and 20.1 +/- A 3.1 mmHg in Group 1 and Group 2, respectively (p < 0.0001). However, the complication and success rates were found comparable. In conclusion, we demonstrate that the level of IPP is significantly increased during microperc compared to conventional PNL. Microperc should be used cautiously in cases with impaired drainage of the collecting system.
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    IS PERCUTANEOUS NEPHROLITHOTOMY PROCEDURE COMPLICATED IN PATIENTS WITH ANTERIOR CALICEAL STONES?
    (2012-09-01T00:00:00Z) Tepeler, Abdulkadir; Resorlu, Berkan; Ozyuvali, Ekrem; Akman, Tolga; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER; Silay, Mesrur Selcuk; Armagan, Abdullah; Unsal, Ali; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER
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    Micropercutaneous Nephrolithotomy in the Treatment of Moderate-Size Renal Calculi
    (2013-02-01T00:00:00Z) ARMAGAN, Abdullah; TEPELER, Abdulkadir; SILAY, Mesrur Selcuk; Ersoz, CEVPER; Akcay, MUZAFFER; AKMAN, Tolga; ERDEM, Mehmet Remzi; ONOL, Sinasi Yavuz; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER
    Purpose: We present our initial experience with microperc in patients with moderate-size renal calculi.
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    Is the Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Procedure Complicated in Patients with Anterior Caliceal Stones?
    (2013-01-01T00:00:00Z) TEPELER, Abdulkadir; BOZKURT, Omer Faruk; RESORLU, Berkan; SILAY, Mesrur Selcuk; OZYUVALI, Ekrem; Ersoz, CEVPER; Akcay, MUZAFFER; AKMAN, Tolga; ARMAGAN, Abdullah; UNSAL, Ali; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; AKÇAY, MUZAFFER
    Objectives: It was the aim of this study to evaluate and compare the outcomes of percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL) for the treatment of posterior and anterior caliceal stones. Patients and Methods: We performed a retrospective analysis of 86 patients with isolated caliceal stones who underwent PNL between 2011 and 2012. The patients were classified into two groups according to the localization of the stone, either in the anterior (group 1, n = 41) or posterior (group 2, n = 45) calyx, on axial plane computed tomography. Results: The mean age, male/ female ratio and stone size and location were similar in both groups. Fluoroscopy, operation time and duration of hospitalization were also similar between groups. Patients in group 1 had a greater postoperative hemoglobin drop than patients in group 2. Blood transfusion was required for 5 patients in group 1 and for 4 patients in group 2. In addition, open conversion was required for 2 patients in group 1 during the early postoperative period because of extensive bleeding. Hemodynamics were stabilized with angioembolization in 2 patients with prolonged hematuria in group 1. The overall success and complication rates were similar in both groups. Conclusion: Although the postoperative hemoglobin drop did not significantly differ between groups, hemorrhaging was more severe in patients with anterior caliceal stones than in those with posterior caliceal stones. Copyright (C) 2013 S. Karger AG, Basel
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    Extraperitoneal (EXPERT) sacrocolpopexy for the treatment of advanced uterovaginal and vault prolapse: Midterm results
    (2012-02-01T00:00:00Z) Sinasi, Y.; Ersoz, C.; Erdem, M. R.; Tepeler, A.; Topaktas, R.; Polat, E. C.; Basibuyuk, I; Elbir, F.; Armagan, A.; Tolga, A.; ERSÖZ, CEVPER