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    Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Turkish version of the Functional Index for Hand Osteoarthritis (FIHOA).
    (2021-04-27T00:00:00Z) Kilicoglu, Mehmet Serkan; Rezvani, Aylin; Yurdakul, Ozan Volkan; Kucukakkas, Okan; Aydin, Teoman; Maheu, Emmanuel; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; KÜÇÜKAKKAŞ, OKAN
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    Beyond expectations: disease duration and psychological burden in psoriatic arthritis.
    (2023-07-07) Kılıç G.; Kılıç E.; Tekeoğlu İ.; Sargın B.; Cengiz G.; Balta N. C.; Alkan H.; Kasman S. A.; Şahin N.; Orhan K.; Gezer İ. A.; Keskin D.; Mülkoğlu C.; Reşorlu H.; Ataman Ş.; Bal A.; Duruöz M. T.; Küçükakkaş O.; Şen N.; Toprak M.; Yurdakul O. V.; Melikoğlu M. A.; Ayhan F. F.; Baykul M.; Bodur H.; Çalış M.; Çapkın E.; Devrimsel G.; Hizmetli S.; Kamanlı A.; Keskin Y.; Ecesoy H.; Kutluk Ö.; Şendur Ö. F.; Tolu S.; Tuncer T.; Nas K.; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; KÜÇÜKAKKAŞ, OKAN; KESKİN, YAŞAR
    This study aims to investigate the relationship between disease duration and psychological burden in PsA and to identify the risk factors associated with psychological distress. Patients with PsA who met CASPAR classifcation criteria enrolled by Turkish League Against Rheumatism (TLAR)-Network. Patients were categorized into three groups based on disease duration: early stage (<5 years), middle stage (≥5,<10 years), and late stage (≥10 years). All patients underwent clinical and laboratory assessment using standardized protocol and case report forms. The associations between psychological variables and clinical parameters were assessed by a multivariate analysis. Of the 1113 patients with PsA (63.9% female), 564 (%50.7) had high risk for depression and 263 (%23.6) for anxiety. The risk of psychological burden was similar across all PsA groups, and patients with a higher risk of depression and anxiety also experienced greater disease activity, poorer quality of life, and physical disability. Multivariate logistic regression revealed that female gender (OR=1.52), PsAQoL (OR=1.13), HAQ (OR=1.99), FiRST score (OR=1.14), unemployment/retired (OR=1.48) and PASI head score (OR=1.41) were factors that infuenced the risk of depression, whereas the current or past enthesitis (OR=1.45), PsAQoL (OR=1.19), and FiRST score (OR=1.26) were factors that infuenced the risk of anxiety. PsA patients can experience a comparable level of psychological burden throughout the course of their disease. Several socio-demographic and disease-related factors may contribute to mental disorders in PsA. In the present era of personalized treatment for PsA, evaluating psychiatric distress can guide tailored interventions that improve overall well-being and reduce disease burden.
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    Diagnostic Significance of Ultrasonographic Measurements and Median-Ulnar Ratio in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Correlation with Nerve Conduction Studies.
    (2016-07-01T00:00:00Z) Yurdakul, OZAN VOLKAN; MESCI, N; ÇETINKAYA, Y; Geler, Külcü; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN
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    Dry Needling Treatment of the Miyofascial Trigger Point in Nocturnal Calf Cramp.
    (2021-01-01T00:00:00Z) Bagcier, Fatih; Yurdakul, Ozan Volkan; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN
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    Romatoid artritli hastalarda üst ekstremitede hangi kasların güçleri hastalık aktivitesi, fonksiyonellik ve engellilik ile ilişkilidir?
    (2019-08-01T00:00:00Z) YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; KÜÇÜKAKKAŞ, OKAN; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; KÜÇÜKAKKAŞ, OKAN
  • PublicationOpen Access
    Neuropathic Pain Questionnaire and Neuropathic Pain Questionnaire-Short Form: Translation, Reliability, and Validation Study of the Turkish Version.
    (2019-01-11) Yurdakul, OZAN VOLKAN; Rezvani, A; Küçükakkaş, O; Tolu, S; Kiliçoğlu, MEHMET SERKAN; Aydin, T; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; KILIÇOĞLU, MEHMET SERKAN
    Aim: To perform reliability and validity studies of the Neuropathic Pain Questionnaire (NPQ) and NPQ-Short Form (SF) in the Turkish language. Material and methods: The Turkish translation and cross-cultural validation were performed. Then, 101 patients (36 males, 65 females; mean age: 50.4 ± 14.49; range: 20-87) with chronic pain were asked to fill out a pack of questionnaires, including the NPQ, NPQ-SF, Douleur Neuropathique 4 (DN4), Leeds Assessment of Neuropathic Symptoms (LANSS), and Numeric Rating Scale (NRS). A subgroup of 41 patients (11 males, 30 females) completed the NPQ and NPQ-SF for the second time after 3 days by telephone. Internal consistency was tested by Cronbach's-α and test-retest reliability was assessed by calculating the intraclass correlation coefficients (ICC). Construct validity was assessed by comparing NPQ, NPQ-SF, and NRS. Concurrent validity was tested by comparing NPQ, NPQ-SF, DN4, and LANSS. Results: Internal consistency by Cronbach's-Ī± was 0.84 and 0.67 for the NPQ and NPQ-SF, respectively, indicating adequate and low internal consistency, respectively. ICC was 0.96 (p < 0.001; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.95-0.97) for NPQ and 0.97 (p < 0.001; 95% CI, 0.95-0.97) for NPQ-SF, indicating a high test-retest reliability for both questionnaires. Conclusion: The Turkish versions of NPQ and NPQ-SF were reliable and valid for patients with chronic pain. To our knowledge, this is the first Turkish adaptation and test of the reliability and validity of the NPQ and NPQ-SF (short-form). These questionnaires could potentially help clinicians who seek to assess neuropathic pain for clinical and investigational purposes.
  • PublicationOpen Access
    In different shoulder pathologies, three different treatments can be performed with one needle under ultrasound guidance: technical advice
    (2021-01-01T00:00:00Z) Bagcier, Fatih; YURDAKUL, Ozan Volkan; Ozduran, Erkan; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN
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    The impact of COVID-19 on familial Mediterranean fever: a nationwide study
    (2021-05-25T00:00:00Z) Günendi, Zafer; Yurdakul, Fatma Gül; Bodur, Hatice; Cengiz, Ahmet Kıvanç; Uçar, Ülkü; Çay, Hasan Fatih; Şen, Nesrin; Keskin, Yaşar; Gürer, Gülcan; Melikoğlu, Meltem Alkan; Altıntaş, Duygu; Deveci, Hülya; Baykul, Merve; Nas, Kemal; Çevik, Remzi; Karahan, Ali Yavuz; Toprak, Murat; Ketenci, Sertaç; Nayimoğlu, Mehmet; Sezer, İlhan; Demir, Ali Nail; Ecesoy, Hilal; Duruöz, Mehmet Tuncay; Yurdakul, Ozan Volkan; Sarıfakıoğlu, Ayşe Banu; Ataman, Şebnem; KESKİN, YAŞAR; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN
    The study aimed to evaluate the impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in patients with familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) and to assess the relationships between FMF characteristics and severe COVID-19 outcomes such as hospitalization. The study was planned within a national network of 21 different centers. Demographics, FMF-related clinical and genetic characteristics, and COVID-19 outcomes were obtained. A total of 822 patients with FMF (mean age of 36 years) were included in the study. Fifty-nine of them (7%) had a COVID-19 diagnosis confirmed by real-time PCR test or chest CT findings. Most FMF patients with COVID-19 (58) had mild and moderate disease activity. All patients were on colchicine treatment. However, 8 of them (13.6%) were not compliant with colchicine use and 9 of them (15.3%) were colchicine resistant. Twelve FMF patients with COVID-19 were hospitalized. There were 4 patients requiring oxygen support. COVID-19 related complications were observed in 2 patients (1 thromboembolism, 1 acute respiratory distress syndrome). Hospitalized COVID-19 patients with FMF were older than non-hospitalized patients (median ages: 51 and 31 years, respectively; p: 0.002). Other FMF-related characteristics were similar between the groups. FMF-related characteristics were not found to be associated with poor outcomes in COVID-19. Thus, FMF may not be a risk factor for poor COVID-19 outcomes.
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    A myofascial trigger point of the serratus anterior muscle that could mimic a heart attack: a dry needling treatment protocol.
    (2021-02-06T00:00:00Z) Bagcier, Fatih; Yurdakul, Ozan Volkan; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN
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    Artery of Percheron Infarction - Clinical and Radiological Findings in 7 Cases
    (2020-11-07T00:00:00Z) Mustafayev, Nıhat; Guluzada, Azar; Bayrakoğlu, Alişan; Karakayalı, Zehra Cemre; Yurdakul, Ozan Volkan; Uslu, Ferda; BAYRAKOĞLU, ALİŞAN; KARAKAYALI, ZEHRA CEMRE; YURDAKUL, OZAN VOLKAN; USLU, FERDA