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Retrospective Evaluation of the Anaesthetic Method Used in Caesarean Sections
Objective: The goal of this study was to evaluate the anaesthetic method used in patients who have undergone caesarean section. Methods: The anaesthetic reports that belong to the women who underwent caesarean section ...
Effect of Obesity on Fertility
Prior studies have shown that obesity causes many gynecologic and obstetric disorders, including anovulation, irregular periods, subfertility, abortion, and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Obesityrelated infertility or reduced ...
Evaluations of Smell Threshold Levels and Smell Identification Scores in Turkish Population
Objective: Evaluation of Turkish smell threshold levels and smell identification scores.
The Effectiveness of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in an Established Intracerebral Tumor Model
Objective: Gliomas are the most common brain tumor in adults. Tumor-related endothelial cells are of neoplastic nature and have malignant properties such as proliferation and invasion. Therefore, antiangiogenic approaches ...
An Iron Deficiency Anemia Case That Came with Raw Rice Consumption
Pica is the chronic consumption of edible or nonedible materials that is thought to be caused by mental problems, pregnancy, or anemia. We wanted to report this case, which we have not seen in the literature before, of a ...
Giant Cell Arteritis of the Breast
Systemic vasculitis such as Wegener-s granulomatosis (WG), giant cell arteritis (GCA), and poliarteritis nodosa (PAN) may produce tumor-like masses in various organs. GCA may affect large vessels and also rarely present ...
Role of Discipline and Educational Method on Vocational High School Students- Success in an Anesthesia Course
Objective: The goal of this study is to reveal the relationship between discipline and teaching method and between vocational high school technical students- success in an anesthesia course and levels of following the lessons.
Isolated Traumatic Facial Palsy Based on Pinprick to the Tympanic Membrane
Transtympanic penetrating trauma is one of the reasons of rarely seen peripheral facial paralysis. In this case, we observed the traumatic facial paralysis which was formed by the facial canal damage of the dehiscent ...
Estrogen Receptor Positive/Progesterone Receptor Negative Breast Carcinomas: A Subgroup Deserves Particular Interest
Objective: Breast carcinomas positive for the estrogen receptor (ER+) but negative for the progesterone receptor (PR-) have unfavorable prognostic features and are resistant to tamoxifen therapy. The goal of this study was ...
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome with Hydrocephalus
Exposure to alcohol in the fetal period leads to various structural abnormalities and is called as fetal alcohol syndrome. Cranial and facial anomalies are the common features of fetal alcohol syndrome. Microcephaly is ...