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    The optimal settings of holmium YAG laser in treatment of pediatric urolithiasis.
    (2021-01-21T00:00:00Z) Ersoz, Cevper; Ilktac, ABDULLAH; Kalkan, Senad; Danacioglu, Yavuz Onur; Silay, Mesrur Selcuk; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; İLKTAÇ, ABDULLAH; DOĞAN, BAYRAM; KALKAN, SENAD
    The aim of this study is to present our experience on the use of the holmium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet (Ho:YAG) laser in pediatric patients for pediatric urolithiasis and describe the optimal settings. A total of 116 children who underwent urolithiasis treatment (percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PNL), ureterorenoscopy (URS), retrograde intrarenal surgery (RIRS)) were included. The mean age of the patients was 8.4 ± 5.2 years (1-18). The mean follow-up was 26 ± 8.8 months (9-45). There was no difference between the mean stone sizes of PNL and RIRS patients (p = 0.816). Operations were performed with 200, 272, and 365-μm fibers. In mini-URS, stone fragmentation was achieved with the energy settings set between 0.5 and 1 J and frequency set to > 8 Hz. In RIRS, fragmentation was achieved with the setting of 0.5-0.8 J at 10-20 Hz. Stone fragmentation was performed with energy settings of 0.8 to 2 J between 5 and 15 Hz for PNL. There was no significant difference between the stone-free rates of the PNL and RIRS (p = 0.150). Four postoperative complications occurred (Clavien II), which included febrile urinary infections in two patients who underwent mini-URS, one patient who underwent PNL, and one patient who underwent RIRS. Our results confirmed that Ho-YAG laser can be effectively used in children for stone treatment by using low-energy high-frequency settings for URS and RIRS and a high energy setting for PNL.
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    Association of intrinsic sphincter deficiency with urine flow acceleration measurement
    Background Intrinsic sphincter deficiency (ISD) is associated with an inability to maintain mucosal coaptation either at rest or in the presence of stress resulting from damage to muscles or nerves that maintain tonus. The purpose of our trial was to determine the role of urodynamic measurements of flow such as maximum flow rate, flow time, and acceleration speed of flow to assess the urethral resistance on prediction of stress incontinence and ISD. Materials and Methods Our study was based on a retrospective analysis of urodynamic records of female patients performed for urinary incontinence. Mean flow rate, maximum flow rate, detrusor pressure at maximum flow, vesical pressure at maximum flow, maximum detrusor pressure, and flow rate at maximum detrusor pressure measurements were extracted from the voiding phase of urodynamic charts. The slope of the maximum flow was used to calculate acceleration of flow (Qacc). The urodynamic records of 142 women were reviewed and Qacc was measured. Results The mean age of the ISD group was 53.3 +/- 12.5 (24-78) and of the non-ISD group 53.7 +/- 12.5 (35-74). The mean Qacc (30.3 +/- 16.1 degrees [mL/s(2)]) in the ISD group was significantly higher than in the non-ISD group (21.6 +/- 9.6 degrees [mL/s(2)]). Urodynamic bladder capacity of the non-ISD group (432.3 +/- 90.4 mL) was higher than the ISD group (389.2 +/- 109) (P = .01). Conclusion The Valsalva leak point pressure and maximum urethral closure pressure measurements in assessing urethral function are not useful for predicting incontinence surgery failure. We demonstrated that Qacc is higher in ISD stress incontinent women than stress incontinent women. Qacc may demonstrate urethral resistance and tonus in a more reliable manner.
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    Tam Üretral Rüptüre Eşlik Eden Penil Kırıkların Cerrahi Tedavisi
    (2022-02-01T00:00:00Z) Ersöz, Cevper; İlktaç, Abdullah; Çolakoğlu, Yunus; Şimşek, Abdulmuttalip; Kalkan, Senad; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; İLKTAÇ, ABDULLAH; KALKAN, SENAD
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    Factors predicting the success of intradetrusor onabotulinum toxin-A treatment in children with neurogenic bladders due to myelomeningocele: The outcomes of a large cohort.
    (2021-02-23T00:00:00Z) Danacioglu, Yavuz Onur; Keser, Ferhat; Ersoz, CEVPER; Polat, Salih; Avci, Ali Egemen; Silay, Mesrur Selcuk; ERSÖZ, CEVPER; KALKAN, SENAD