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    Administration of rectal cytotec versus rectal buscopan before hysteroscopy
    (2020-06-01T00:00:00Z) GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; AYDIN, SERDAR; ATEŞ, SEDA; TAKMAZ, TAHA; Comba, Cihan; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; AYDIN, SERDAR; ATEŞ, SEDA; TAKMAZ, TAHA
    Introduction:Our objective was to compare the effect of rectal misoprostol (Cytotec) versus rectal hyoscine-n-butyl bromide (Buscopan) on patients undergoing hysteroscopy. We hypothesised that HBB may have a role in cervical priming. Material and methods:This trial was conducted at Bezmialem Vakif University Hospital. Women of reproductive age between 18-50 years who were scheduled for operative hysteroscopy indicated by type 1 submucous myoma or endometrial polyps were recruited for the study. Ninety patients were divided randomly into three groups. Group 1 received placebo treatment. Group 2 received rectal 200 mcg misoprostol and Group 3 received rectal 20 mg hyoscine-n-butyl bromide two hours before the procedure. Procedures were performed using a bipolar 26 F (9 mm) continuous-flow rigid resectoscope with a 30 degrees lens. The outcome measures included cervical dilation width and time, ease of cervical dilation, procedure time and operative complications. Postoperative self-rated pain was assessed one hour after the procedure. Results:Thirteen patients (43. 3%) in the placebo treatment group, 11 patients (36.7%) in the misoprostol group and four patients (13.3%) in the hyoscine-n-butyl bromide group needed analgesics postoperatively (p = .02). The mean duration of cervical dilation time was longest in Group 1 and shortest in Group 3, however this difference did not reach statistical significance (p=.11). There was no difference with regard to other studied parameters. Summary:HBB reduced the need for pain medication compared to placebo. Larger studies are needed to further investigate the role of HBB in facilitating pre-operative cervical priming.
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    Prenatal Sonographic Detection of Monochorionic Twins with Bipartite Placenta
    (2020-02-10T04:00:00Z) KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA; Bayram, Arslan; Ozturk, Sule; KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA
    Background: Determination of placentation and amnionicity is important for antenatal and intrapartum management in twin gestations. We present an typical monozygotic twin placenta and underscore the sonographic features and diagnostic pitfalls that may interfere with antenatal diagnosis. Case report: A 35-year-old G4P2 with a spontaneous pregnancy applied for routine second trimester anomaly screening. Upon prenatal ultrasonography at 20 weeks, an anatomically normal, same sex twin pregnancy was detected. A thin dividing membrane and a T-sign suggestive of a monochorionic diamniotic pregnancy were visualized. Antenatal follow-up was uneventful. Cesarean delivery was performed at 37 week. Postpartum examination revealed two distinct placental discs connected with each other through membranes. Microscopic examination of the membranes supported monochorionicity. Short Tandem Repeat Profile Analysis revealed identical pattern and confirmed monozygosity. Conclusion: Two separate placentas with a T-sign in same-sex twins should raise the suspicion of monozygosity, and should be followed accordingly.
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    Prenatal Ultrasound Detection of Mirror Twins With a Fused Proximal Umbilical Cord
    (2019-10-30T00:00:00Z) KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; Sahin, NURHAN; TAKMAZ, TAHA; KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; ŞAHİN, NURHAN; TAKMAZ, TAHA
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    Fundal pressure in the second stage of labor (Kristeller maneuver) and levator aniavulsion
    (2020-11-01T00:00:00Z) TAKMAZ, TAHA; Aydin, Serdar; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; TAKMAZ, TAHA; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ
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    Incidence and outcomes of eclampsia: a single-center 30-year study
    (2019-04-01T00:00:00Z) Uludag, Semih Zeki; Karasu, AYŞE FİLİZ; KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; KÜTÜK, MEHMET SERDAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA
    Objective: We aimed to determine the incidence of eclampsia at Erciyes University Hospital which is a tertiary referral center situated at central Anatolia. Additionally, we investigated eclampsia-associated maternal and perinatal outcomes for the 30-year study period. Methods: A retrospective review was performed for all women who were diagnosed with eclampsia and admitted to the Erciyes University Medical School, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology from January 1985 to December 2015. Improvement in management gained over time was determined by comparing the results of the years 2005-2015 with data which were already published from years 1985-1999 and 2000-2004. Results: Eclampsia prevalence was 289/46,928 (% 0.61). Maternal age at the time of diagnosis did not differ statistically; however, gestational age at diagnosis and birth weight decreased significantly throughout the years (p < 0.005). The perinatal mortality rate showed a slight decrease throughout the years (p = 0.238). Maternal mortality rate also decreased throughout the years; it was 1.7% in 2005-2009 and 0 % in 2010-2015 (p = 0.246). Conclusion: The prevalence of eclampsia cases has decreased over the years. Maternal mortality attributed to eclampsia has also declined. The early diagnosis and treatment of eclampsia have resulted in the increase of premature deliveries. The perinatal mortality rate showed a slight decrease throughout the years (p = 0.238); however, it is not at a desirable rate compared to developed countries.
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    The usual suspect: cross-sectional study of fundal pressure at second stage of delivery and the association with pelvic floor damage
    (2020-09-01T00:00:00Z) TAKMAZ, TAHA; AYDIN, SERDAR; Gorchiyeva, Irana; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; TAKMAZ, TAHA; AYDIN, SERDAR; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ
    Introduction and hypothesis Uterine fundal pressure is applied to accelerate birth by increasing the expulsive force of the uterus in the second stage of delivery. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of using uterine fundal pressure during the second stage of delivery on the rate of pelvic floor damage among primiparous women using three-dimensional transperineal ultrasonography. Methods The women were divided into two groups: the fundal pressure group included women where the fundal pressure maneuver was applied (n = 39); the control group included women who delivered spontaneously without fundal pressure (n = 47). 3D-TPU was performed within 48 h of delivery, and LAM biometry, LAM defect and loss of tenting were determined. Results Anteroposterior hiatal dimensions on resting, maximal Valsalva and maximal PFMC were found to be higher in the fundal pressure group (p < 0.0001,p = 0.008,p = 0.007, respectively). The mean hiatal area at rest was larger in the fundal pressure group than in the control group (p = 0.04). The rate of LAM defect was significantly higher in the fundal pressure group (p = 0.001). The rate of loss of tenting was significantly higher in the fundal pressure group (p < 0.0001). According to multivariate regression models, the fundal pressure was the only independent factor associated with LAM defect (OR = 5.63; 95% CI = 12.01-15.74) and loss of tenting (OR = 8.74; 95% CI = 2.89-26.43). Conclusions Fundal pressure during the second stage of delivery is associated with a higher risk of LAM defect and loss of anterior vaginal wall support.
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    The predictive value of weight gain and waist circumference for gestational diabetes mellitus
    (2019-09-01T00:00:00Z) TAKMAZ, TAHA; Yalvac, Ethem Serdar; ÖZCAN, Pınar; Coban, Ulas; Karasu, AYŞE FİLİZ; Unsal, Mehmet; TAKMAZ, TAHA; ÖZCAN, PINAR; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ
    Objective: The first objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and gestational weight gain (WG), waist circumference (WC), prepregnancy, and gestational body mass index (BMI). The second aim of our study was to assess the ability of WG, WC, prepregnancy, and gestational BMI with special reference to their cut-off points on predicting the risk of GDM in pregnant women in Turkey.
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    Are chronotype and subjective sleep quality associated with preeclampsia and preterm birth?
    (2020-02-20T04:00:00Z) TAKMAZ, TAHA; Unal, Busra; ÖZCAN, Pınar; ARICI HALICI, BELFİN NUR; Gorchiyeva, Irana; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; Sahbaz, Cigdem; TAKMAZ, TAHA; ÖZCAN, PINAR; ARICI HALICI, BELFİN NUR; GÖKMEN KARASU, AYŞE FİLİZ; ŞAHBAZ, ÇIĞDEM DILEK
    The physiological and physical changes in pregnancy affect the sleep-wake cycle. Limited data exist to evaluate the effect of sleep quality and chronotype during pregnancy on adverse pregnancy outcomes. It is hypothesized that there could be a tendency for the evening chronotype and sleep disturbances to lead to the development of preeclampsia and preterm birth. A total of 313 pregnant women were included. Women were divided into three groups: Group A (control - problem-free), Group B (preeclampsia) and Group C (preterm birth). There were significant differences in the mean PSQI score between the groups (A vs C and A vs B) (p < 0.01). Women in the preterm and the preeclampsia groups reported significantly worse sleep quality. There was a significant difference in the mean MEQ scores between groups (A vs C and A vs B) (p < 0.01). The ratio of the evening-types was significantly higher for the preterm and preeclampsia groups (p < 0.01). Multivariate logistic regression analysis revealed that there is a negative association between preeclampsia/preterm birth and MEQ score, positive association between preeclampsia/preterm birth and PSQI score. Chronotype and sleep quality measurements could provide a simple and feasible way in the prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes.
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    Identification of predictive factors for the probability of pregnancy following ovulation stimulation-intra-uterine insemination cycles in terms of female and male
    (2021-01-01T00:00:00Z) ÖZCAN, PINAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA; ÖZCAN, PINAR; TAKMAZ, TAHA
    Aim To identify which positive prognostic parameters contribute to successful treatment outcomes and the probability of pregnancy by analyzing the results of infertile couples underwent ovulation stimulation (OS) and intra-uterine insemination (IUI) in our clinic.
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    Total Surgical Excision by Ultrasound-Guided Wire Localization for Spontaneous Abdominal-Wall Endometriosis
    (2019-12-03T00:00:00Z) TAKMAZ, TAHA; KIRAN, Gürkan; ÖZCAN, PINAR; Sahin, NURHAN; Tanoglu, Basak; TAKMAZ, TAHA; KIRAN, GÜRKAN; ÖZCAN, PINAR; ŞAHİN, NURHAN
    Background: Extrapelvic endometriosis is the most-common form of abdominal-wall endometriosis (AWE). This rare condition usually results from transport of endometrial tissue into incision sites of surgical operations or adjacent tissues. Spontaneous AWE also occurs. A common symptom is a painful and tender mass usually associated with menstruation. Noncyclic pain can occur in 45% of patients. Standard treatment is complete surgical excision. Case: This 44-four-year-old patient, gravida 0, presented with persistent cyclic pain in her right inguinal area, but she had no history of previous abdominal surgery Ultrasonography (USG) showed an obscure, heterogeneous-hypoechogenic mass of similar to 2.0 x 1.5 cm in the right lower quadrant of her abdominal wall. She underwent total surgical excision by ultrasound-guided-wire localization. Results: The nonpalpable mass that was localized via an ultrasound-guided wire was surgically excised. A diagnosis of AWE was confirmed by histopathologic examination of the mass. Two months postoperatively, this patient-s pain disappeared. Conclusions: Extrapelvic endometriosis can be located in almost any organ of the body, including the abdominal wall. The incidence of AWE is reported to be up to 0.03%-3.5%, and most cases of AWE commonly arise in an incision made during a cesarean section. Spontaneous AWE is less common, compared to cesarean-scar endometriosis. The diagnosis of AWE is difficult due to its rarity, subclinical presentation, and generally nonpalpable lesions. Ultrasound-guided-wire localization is a reliable, simple, and practical solution for localizing nonpalpable lesions.