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    Treatment profile of patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis included in the Turkish national registry PSR-TR
    (2017-11-01) Onsun, NAHİDE; Baskan, E. B.; DIZMAN, DİDEM; OZKAYA, D. B.; Erkilic, A. C.; Ozarmagan, G.; Gurer, M. A.; ONSUN, NAHIDE; DİZMAN, DİDEM
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    Localized Darier-s Disease
    (2016-08-01) BAHALI, Anil G.; Su, Ozlem; Biyik Ozkaya, DİLEK; Dizman, DİDEM; Yildiz, PELİN; Demirkesen, Cuyan; Onsun, NAHİDE; BAHALI, ANIL GÜLSEL; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; BIYIK ÖZKAYA, DİLEK; DİZMAN, DİDEM; YILDIZ, PELİN; ONSUN, NAHIDE
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    Correlation of clinical, dermoscopical and histopathological features of all subtypes of basal cell carcinoma
    (2017-06-01) DIZMAN, DİDEM; OZKAYA, D. B.; BAHALI, A. G.; DIZMAN, B. T.; YILDIZ, PELİN; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP; Demirkesen, C.; ONSUN, NAHİDE; SU, O.; DİZMAN, DİDEM; YILDIZ, PELİN; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; ONSUN, NAHIDE
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    The relationship between pruritus and clinical variables in patients with psoriasis
    (2017-07-01) Su, Ozlem; Bahali, ANIL GÜLSEL; Onsun, NAHİDE; OZKAYA, Dilek Biyik; Dizman, DİDEM; TOPUKCU, Bugce; Uysal, Omer; BAHALI, ANIL GÜLSEL; ONSUN, NAHIDE; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; DİZMAN, DİDEM; UYSAL, ÖMER
    Pruritus is the most commonly occurring subjective symptom of dermatological disease. Published data on both prevalence and intensity of pruritus in psoriasis is limited. Objective: In this study we aimed to investigate the prevalence of pruritus and its relation with psoriasis area severity index, body mass index and presence of systemic disease in patients with psoriasis. Methods: We analyzed data of psoriatic patients diagnosed in our psoriasis outpatient clinic between March 2013 and June 2014 collected retrospectively from PSR-TR registration system. Results: In total, 880 patients were analyzed. Pruritus was more prominent in female patients. This difference was statistically significant. No significant associations were found between age of patients, clinical type of disease and pruritus. The itching was more common in patients with higher body mass index. Presence of pruritus was correlated significantly with severity of psoriasis. Five hundred and sixty of 880 patients had no systemic disease. The presence of pruritus was not related with presence of systemic disease. Existence of systemic disease with psoriasis has minimal effect on pruritus. Study Limitations: We did not evaluate intensity of pruritus. Conclusions: Pruritus is not mentioned within the classical symptoms of psoriasis. Pruritus in psoriasis is a very unpleasant symptom with great potential to impair patient’s quality of life and may exacerbate psoriasis as a Koebner phenomenon. Keywords: Patients; Psoriasis; Pruritus
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    Non-dipping nocturnal blood pressure in psoriasis vulgaris.
    (2012-12-01) BACAKSIZ, AHMET; Akif, Vatankulu; SONMEZ, O; ERDOGAN, EZGİ BAŞAK; TASAL, A; TURFAN, M; ERTAS, G; SEVGILI, E; Dizman, DİDEM; ONSUN, NAHİDE; BACAKSIZ, AHMET; DİZMAN, DİDEM; ONSUN, NAHIDE
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    Which dermatology patients attend to Dermatology Outpatient Clinics during the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in Turkey and what happened to them?
    (2020-05-11T04:00:00Z) CENGİZ, Fatma Pelin; EMİROĞLU, Nazan; BAHALI, ANIL GÜLSEL; DİZMAN, DİDEM; TAŞLIDERE, NAZAN; MERT, Ömer; Akarslan, Tahsin Cagdas; Gunes, Begum; KÜÇÜK, Özlem Su; ONSUN, Nahide; CENGİZ, FATMA PELIN; EMİROĞLU, NAZAN; BAHALI, ANIL GÜLSEL; DİZMAN, DİDEM; TAŞLIDERE, NAZAN; GÜNEŞ, BEGÜM; MERT, ÖMER; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; ONSUN, NAHIDE
    Coronavirus disease, first emerged in Wuhan, rapidly spread all over the world since December 2019. There are concerns about elective dermatology appointments and its results. Herein, we aimed to find out which type of dermatologic patients attended to dermatology outpatient clinic. The patients visiting the clinics for elective dermatologic diseases between March 11 and 18, 2020, were included in this study. Their age, sex, diagnosis of disease, requirement for emergent intervention, and their medical records about COVID-19 were obtained. There were 390 patients attending to the dermatology outpatient clinic in this period. The most common disease was acne (N: 94, 24%), only 19% of patients need emergent interventions or dose adjustment. There were 40 (10%) patients over the age of 65. After their visits, five patients were diagnosed as COVID-19 in 2weeks. Dermatologic examinations may be a vector for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) transmission since being closed to the patient. Five of our patients were diagnosed as COVID-19 after their elective visit to hospital. Since the asymptomatic course of some young patients, most of our patients were not screened for COVID-19. Our findings support the concerns of elective physician examinations.
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    Bullous pemphigoid during ustekinumab therapy in a psoriatic patient
    (2017-01-01) Onsun, NAHİDE; SALLAHOGLU, Kadriye; Su, Ozlem; Tosuner, ZEYNEP; ONSUN, NAHIDE; DİZMAN, DİDEM; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP
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    Isolated interdigital Kaposi sarcom in HIV negative patient
    (2016-12-01) BAHALI, Amil G.; Su, Ozlem; BIYIK OZKAYA, Duck; Dizman, DİDEM; Tosuner, ZEYNEP; Demirkesen, Cuyan; Onsun, NAHİDE; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; DİZMAN, DİDEM; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP; ONSUN, NAHIDE
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    Treatment of localized pagetoid reticulosis with imiquimod: a case report and literature review
    (2016-02-01) Su, O.; DIZMAN, DİDEM; ONSUN, NAHİDE; BAHALI, A. G.; OZKAYA, D. Biyik; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP; Demirkesen, C.; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; DİZMAN, DİDEM; ONSUN, NAHIDE; TOSUNER, ZEYNEP
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    The relationship between severity of disease and vitamin D levels in children with atopic dermatitis
    (2017-01-01) Su, Ozlem; BEHALI, Anil Gulsel; DEMIR, Aysegul Dogan; OZKAYA, Dilek Biyik; Uzuner, SELÇUK; Dizman, DİDEM; Onsun, NAHİDE; SU KÜÇÜK, ÖZLEM; UZUNER, SELÇUK; DİZMAN, DİDEM; ONSUN, NAHIDE
    Introduction: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a chronic relapsing inflammatory skin disorder. Vitamin D is a liposoluble vitamin synthesized mainly in the skin. Vitamin D has several effects on the skin. Aim: To assess the serum level of vitamin D in children with AD and determine its relation to AD severity. Material and methods: Sixty patients with AD were enrolled in the study. We evaluated disease severity using the SCORing Atopic Dermatitis (SCORAD) index. The control group consisted of 37 healthy subjects. Results: The mean serum concentration of 25(OH)D3 in patients with AD was not statistically different from control subjects (p = 0.065). The vitamin D level was significantly lower in moderate and severe AD compared with mild AD, and this difference was statistically significant (p = 0.001 and p = 0.004). Vitamin D showed a negative correlation with serum total IgE levels (p = 0.007). There was no significant correlation between total IgE levels and SCORAD scores (p = 0.089). Conclusions: This study suggests that a low serum vitamin D level is inversely associated with severity of AD in children. Vitamin D has not been included in the routine treatment of AD because of the conflicting results of various studies. Thus, there is a need for more detailed and prospective studies.