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    A Basic Algorithmic Surgical Approach for Nicolau Syndrome
    (2020-04-01T00:00:00Z) Yeniocak, Ali; Güneren, Ethem; Özkan, Mustafa; Temel, Metin; Kelahmetoğlu, Osman; YENİOCAK, ALİ; GÜNEREN, ETHEM; KELAHMETOĞLU, OSMAN
    Background: Nicolau syndrome (NS) is a rare complication that develops after the administration of intramuscular diclofenac sodium. The etiology and surgical treatments of 11 patients with NS were evaluated and studies in the literature were examined. The aim of this study was to compose a basic algorithm for surgical approaches to treat NS. Materials and methods: Eleven patients were evaluated for NS between December 2013 and January 2018. Two patients did not accept treatment, and nine patients underwent surgical debridement of necrotic tissues. The tissue defects of five patients were closed with a fasciocutaneous flap and, in four patients, the defects were repaired primarily. Results: No complications, such as wound infection, wound dehiscence, seroma, or flap necrosis, were encountered. Of the seven patients who received concurrent antibiotic therapy, no patient had any problems at their follow-up (2-30 months). The results were satisfactory from an aesthetic and functional point of view. Conclusion: NS was more frequent in women with a high body mass index and high fat in gluteal regions. We considered that any kind of medication could lead to NS. Different methods are discussed for treatment.
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    A Distinct Technique of Intermaxillary Fixation Screw Application to Condylar Process to Fracture Reduction in Open Approach of Condylar Fracture Treatment
    (2021-11-01T00:00:00Z) YILDIZ, KEMALETTİN; YENİOCAK, ALİ; ERGÜN, SELMA; Canter, Halil Ibrahim; YILDIZ, KEMALETTİN; YENİOCAK, ALİ; ERGÜN, SELMA
    The aim of this letter is to present the surgical experience obtained from a patient, in whom the proximal segment was better manipulated for precise alignment after application of the intermaxillary fixation screw.
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    Nodule on scalp: As a metastatic gastric cancer
    (2020-11-01) Yeniocak A.; ÇAMLI M. F.; GEÇER M.; YILDIZ K.; YENİOCAK, ALİ; ÇAMLI, MEHMET FATİH; GEÇER, MELİN; YILDIZ, KEMALETTİN
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    The Effect of Vitamin D3 on Skeletal Muscle in Rat after Ischemia Reperfusion Injury: Preliminary Report
    (2020-07-01T00:00:00Z) Kelahmetoğlu, Osman; Tok, Enis Olgu; Özer, Ömer Faruk; Yeniocak, Ali; Yağmur, Çağlayan; Eşrefoğlu, Mukaddes; Koçyiğit, Abdürrahim; Yıldız, Kemalettin; Güneren, Ethem; KELAHMETOĞLU, OSMAN; ÖZER, ÖMER FARUK; YENİOCAK, ALİ; EŞREFOĞLU, MUKADDES; KOÇYİĞİT, ABDÜRRAHİM; YILDIZ, KEMALETTİN; GÜNEREN, ETHEM
    Objective: Vitamin D is a vitamin that has gained popularity in recent years and has an anti-inflammatory and immunmodular effect. In the literature review we conducted, there was no study investigating the effect of vitamin D to prevent ischemia reperfusion (I/R) injury in skeletal muscle. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of vitamin D on skeletal muscle in I/R injury. Methods: Six rats were used in each group including ischemia group (group I) and experimental group (group D given vitamin D). In the histopathological examination, inflammation and apoptosis levels were studied in gastrocnemius muscle. In biochemical analysis, total oxidative stress and total antioxidant and catalase levels were evaluated in anterior tibialis muscle. Results: The number of apoptotic cells in group D were found significantly lower than group I. In the terms of total antioxidants and catalase levels, there were significant difference between group D and group I. Conclusion: Our results support the hypothesis that vitamin D is an agent that can be used to prevent I/R injury.