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Giant renal oncocytoma: a case report and review of the literature
Sami Akbulut, Ayhan Senol, Bahri Cakabay, Arsenal Sezgin
Journal of Medical Case Reports , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1752-1947-4-52
Abstract: We describe a 25-year-old Turkish woman who was admitted to our hospital with abdominal pain and a 3-year palpable abdominal mass, which was found present since her second pregnancy. Examination revealed a 15 × 20-cm mass in her abdominal cavity. Computed tomography revealed a mass with regular outlines, measuring 18 × 11 × 12 cm, associated with the left kidney, and causing marked hydroureteronephrosis. We excised the mass and performed a left nephrectomy on our patient. The immunohistopathology of the mass was consistent with renal oncocytoma. No local or distant metastasis was seen at 6 months postoperatively.To the best of our knowledge, this is the second largest renal oncocytoma described in the English language literature. This is also the first reported giant oncocytoma that presented during pregnancy.Oncocytomas are benign, nonurothelial, epithelial tumors that constitute 5% to 7% of primary renal neoplasms. Classically, an oncocytoma is a solid mass that develops in the renal parenchyma and has a central fibrous scar [1,2]. Most are asymptomatic at presentation and are discovered only incidentally during evaluation of non-urological problems, but hematuria and pain occur in a minority of documented cases [3].A 25-year-old Turkish woman was admitted to our hospital in October 2008. She was suffering from abdominal pain, weakness, anorexia, and a 7-kg to 8-kg weight loss. It was discovered that she had a palpable abdominal mass three years prior to presentation. Physical examination revealed a 15 × 20-cm mass with regular contours in the her periumbilical region (Figure 1). Four years prior to presentation, during her second pregnancy, she was admitted to a hospital because of abdominal pain, and an ultrasonographic examination then revealed an abdominal mass. As she did not want to terminate her pregnancy, she declined to undergo further examinations. After her pregnancy, she was told by her doctor that the mass had grown markedly. Because she was afraid of
Giant vesical diverticulum: A rare cause of defecation disturbance
Sami Akbulut, Bahri Cakabay, Arsenal Sezgin, Kenan Isen, Ayhan Senol
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2009,
Abstract: Vesical diverticula frequently result from bladder outlet obstructions. However, giant vesical diverticula which cause acute abdomen or intestinal obstruction are very rare. Our review of the English medical literature found 3 cases of bladder diverticula which caused gastrointestinal symptoms. Here, we present a 57-year-old man with a giant diverticulum of the urinary bladder who complained of abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, constipation, no passage of gas or feces, and abdominal distension for 3 d. A 20 cm × 15 cm diverticulum was observed upon laparotomy. The colonic obstruction was secondary to external compression of the rectum against the sacrum by a distended vesical diverticulum. We performed a diverticulectomy and primary closure. Twelve months postoperatively, the patient had no difficulty with voiding or defecation.
Radical vs conservative surgery for hydatid liver cysts: Experience from single center
Sami Akbulut, Ayhan Senol, Arsenal Sezgin, Bahri Cakabay, Mehmet Dursun, Omer Satici
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2010,
Abstract: AIM: To compare the efficacy and safety of radical and conservative surgical interventions for liver hydatid disease.METHODS: The study comprised 59 patients in two groups who had undergone radical and conservative surgical procedures for liver hydatid disease in our department between 2004 and 2009. Preoperative diagnostic tools, medical treatments, demographic and clinical characteristics, postoperative follow-up, and recurrence were compared in both groups.RESULTS: This non-randomized retrospective study included 59 patients who had undergone liver hydatid disease surgery. The radical technique was used in 18 patients (mean age: 42.1 ± 13.5 years, seven male, 11 female), and the conservative technique was used in 41 patients (mean age: 43.5 ± 13.9 years, 17 male, 24 female). The follow-up period ranged from 3 to 58 mo. Although operative time was significantly shorter in the conservative group (P < 0.001), recurrence was significantly reduced in the radical group (P = 0.045). No statistically significant differences were found in terms of hospitalization duration, cyst count and size, location, postoperative complications, scolicidal solution usage, or follow-up duration between the two groups.CONCLUSION: The more effective method for preventing postoperative recurrence is radical surgery. Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography for bile leakage in the early postoperative period may decrease the requirement for repeat surgery.
An unusual cause of ileal perforation: Report of a case and literature review
Sami Akbulut, Bahri Cakabay, Cihan Akgul Ozmen, Arsenal Sezgin, Mahsuni Mert Sevinc
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2009,
Abstract: An ileal perforation resulting from a migrated biliary stent is a rare complication of endoscopic stent placement for benign or malignant biliary tract disease. We describe the case of a 59-year-old woman with a history of abdominal surgery in which a migrated biliary stent resulted in an ileal perforation. Patients with comorbid abdominal pathologies, including colonic diverticuli, parastomal hernia, or abdominal hernia, may be at increased risk of perforation from migrated stents.
A Study Determining the Factors Effective on Hygiene and Health Management in Stock Breeding Enterprises: The Case of Erzurum City
Ayse Sezgin,Erdogan Sezgin
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.2607.2611
Abstract: A survey was conducted in 8 counties of Erzurum city with 165 farmers to determine the factors effective on hygiene and health management in stock breeding enterprises. The LIMPED software package was used to analyze the survey data using Logit Model. Four factors which are needed to consider for improving the hygiene and health conditions in stock breeding enterprises were used as dependent variables. These factors were as follows: routine health checks of the animals in the farm; cleansing hands and machine parts before milking; elaborating in the care and hygiene conditions of the animals in the farm and daily cleaning of the barn. It was concluded that age, education level and income of the farmer, regional differences, participation to agricultural extension training activities following agriculture-related broadcasts from mass media and the total number of culture race animals owned by the farm were effective on considering the hygiene and health management in stock breeding enterprises. In this context, it is necessary that the number of culture race animals should be increased; farmers should be trained on hygiene and health issues periodically and regularly with the help of mass media means and that farmers should be encouraged to make market based production so that their income could be increased.
The Regional Competitiveness of Hungary  [PDF]
Lu Huang, Sezgin Hergül
Modern Economy (ME) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/me.2014.512102

This Report focuses on the regional competitiveness analysis of Hungary. Eight aspects are taken into consideration, which are Economics, Education and Learning, Innovation, Labor Market Efficiency, Infrastructure, Health, Farm, Environment Protection and Crimes. The final results show that K?zép-Magyarország (Central Hungary) is the most competitive region which gets 68.46, while észak Magyaroszág (Northern Hungary) which scored 24.23 is the least competitive region. Cultural and heritage, natural features, higher stage of urban/economic development, R & D sector and high level business services are the main advantages of K?zép-Magyarország (Central Hungary). However, for the least competitiveness region észak Magyaroszág (Northern Hungary), more attention should be paid to infrastructure construction, labor mobility, institution efficiency, promotion of innovation, business environment, improvement of education and health and environment protection.

In Vitro Propagation Potential via Somatic Embryogenesis of the Two Maturing Early Cultivars of European Chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.)  [PDF]
Mehmet Sezgin, Hatice Dumano?lu
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2016.77095
Abstract: Turkey ranks the third in the production of chestnuts in the world having an important place both in domestic and global markets. However, the chestnut production and the number of trees have been diminishing in recent years. Therefore, in vitro propagation of the chestnut, in addition to the classical propagation techniques, should be applied. Especially the propogation of the early maturing cultivars and production of the quality chestnuts will provide a better income to the producer. Here, somatic embryo production and regeneration from the immature cotyledons of the early maturing cultivars of the European chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill), Haciibis and Karamehmet, were studied using the somatic embryogenesis, one of the in vitro propagation techniques. To induce the somatic embryogenesis, 168 different combinations were applied to both cultivars. The somatic embryogenesis rate in Haciibis cultivar, in which the interactions were observed among the applications, was found to be 9.9% while it was 11.1% for the Karamehmet cultivar. Dessication, cold treatment, gibberellic acid (GA3) and benzyladenine (BA) + naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) applications were performed on the regeneration of the somatic embryos, and 40% conversion to plant was obtained with desiccation together with BA + NAA supplementation to the medium.

Effects of Different Salt (NaCl), Nitrate (NO3) and Acid (H2SO4 , Hcl) Concentrations on the Germination of Centaura amonicola Hub.-Mor. (Section: Cyanoroides) Seeds
Sezgin Celik
Journal of Food Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of this study to determine germination eco-physiology of Centurea amonicola Hub.-Mor., common countryside in Turkey, under over grazing thread. For this aim, germination of the seeds investigated under two different photoperiod (8h light-16h darkness and 16h light- 8 h darkness) and in different concentrations of NaCl, KNO H SO and HCl solutions. There was no germination in 3%NaCl, 1-3% KNO 1- 3, 2 4 3, 3%H SO and 2-3% HCI concentrations in each photoperiod. According to univariate variance analyse of 2 4 germination test results, germination media with different (0,5%, 1%, 2% NaCl; 0,5%, 1%, 2%, 3% KNO 0,5% 3; H SO ; 0,5%, 1% HCl concentrations and control (8h light-16h darkness and 16h light- 8 h darkness and 24 h 2 4 light) were significant; photoperiod and photoperiod-treatment interaction were not significant on germination percentage. And different concentration levels, photoperiod and photoperiod x treatment interactions were significant on germination speed (P<0.05).
PULMAN XT Training Workshop, Veria-Yunanistan, 12-17 Nisan 2003
Sevin Sezgin
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 2003,
Rus D Politikas nda Bat Kar tl n n Dü ünsel ve Tarihsel Geli imi
Sezgin Kaya
Journal of Gazi Academic View , 2010,
Abstract: As it is known, in discussions pertaining to Russia and its place in world politics, the assumption that there is a profound and crucial difference between Russia and the Western World is usually taken for granted like a given fact. The mainstay of this view is the exclusion of Russia from the Roman-German law system because of Orthodox legacy of Byzantium inherited by Russia and the Mongol invasions. In fact this widespread assumption of the West has been acknowledged by Russia too. This “sorting out of Russia” tendency of the West has its counterpart in Russia as an Anti -Western sentiment. However the development of the Anti-Western vision in Russia is by a large extent the product of the problematic modernization of the country. The sociological and the psychological responses aroused by the modernization, in time, has transformed into the Anti-Western movement which would take an important place in Russian political life. The West and its values has always been a major topos in contemporary Russian thought born out of the modern-tradition conflict. Nevertheless, the Anti-Western movement depends more on the material-political reasons than the philosophical and cultural grounds since it is possible to cite many political incidents that could reinforce the negative Western image by justifying and validating it. This study aims to examine the historical and intellectual development of the Anti-Russian streak in contemporary Russian thought.
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