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    The effect of hypermobility on the pain and quality of life in young adults
    (2018-09-09) BORACI, Hatice; Maral, FATİH; ARİFOĞLU, YASİN; PARLAK, MUHAMMED; ZEREN, ELİF; KİRAZLI, Özlem; ARİFOĞLU KARAMAN, Çiğdem; ZEREN, ELİF; MARAL, FATİH; PARLAK, MUHAMMED; ARİFOĞLU, YASİN
    Objective: Hypermobility is the excessive range of motion of joints, and related to various musculoskeletal and extra-articular problems that may significantly impair quality of life (QoL) by causing pain. The aim of the study is to examine the prevalence of hypermobility in young adults, and its relationship with pain in various regions of body and QoL. Methods: Two hundred and twenty five volunteers, aged between 17 and 23, were classified as subjects-with-hypermobility or subjectswithout-hypermobility according to the Beighton Criteria. Chronic pain was identified by using Nordic Pain Questionnaire, QoL was identified by Short Form-36 (SF-36) Questionnaire. Pain presence in 9 body regions and SF-36 scores were compared between groups using chi-square test and Independent Samples T-test, respectively. Results: Of the participants, 164 (64%) were female, 91 (36%) were male, 119 (46.7%) had hypermobility. Upper back was the body region with the highest pain prevalence where 79% of hypermobile and 74% of non-hypermobile subjects reported pain at least once in past 12 months. Pain prevalence in body regions did not differ between groups (p>0.05). In terms of QoL, physical and mental component scores of SF-36, as well as all subgroup scores except social function were significantly lower in hypermobile subjects (p<0.05).
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    Inferior Phrenic Arteries Originating from the Celiac Artery with a Common Trunk
    (2013-01-01) ARİFOĞLU, YASİN; Yıldırım, Mehmet; Balcıoğlu, Hüseyin; ARİFOĞLU, YASİN
    The inferior phrenica artery (IPA), which arises from the abdominal aorta just distal to the aortic hiatus, may arise from different sites. Although comprehensive analyses of the IPA are described in other populations, the rates of the variations of the origins are not well elucidated in Turkish people. In this study, we report IPA arising as a common trunk from the abdominal aorta. This finding in a 52 year old male cadaver was noticed during a routine dissection for students in the 2010-2011 academic year. We believe this report is a valuable contribution to the literature on variation of the phrenic arteries and is of interest to clinicans in the surgical and interventional radiological procedures of the adrenal glands, spleen, liver and stomach as well as to the educators of anatomy.