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Beden Egitimi ve Spor Bilimleri Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determined of general profile of young subjects and compared the anthropometr c characteristics and body composition of different sports groups who entering special skills examination for Physical Education and Sports High School. 304 subjets (88 female, 216 male) were participated in this study (Male: age: 20.76 ± 2.18 years, height: 174.40 ± 6.46 cm, weight: 66.18 ± 7.20 kg, Female: age: 20.19 ± 2.18 years, height: 161.24 ± 5.83 cm, weight: 52.39 ± 5.59 kg). Various anthropometric measurements (diameters, circumferences and skinfold thickness) were taken from which different anthropometric indices were calculated (body mass index, Scelic index and Grant index). For data analysis, SPSS 11.0 packet pragramme was used. The comparisons were made using One-way ANOVA test. The level of significance was set at p<0.05. The analisys of variance showed that there were statistically significant differences (p<0.00) between in groups in the view point of anthropometric measurements such as height, weight, waist circumference, hip circumference, thigh circumference, calf circumference, ankle circumference, thigh length, calf length, foot length, abdomen skinfold and body fat.We found significant differences all of this parameters in male basketball players and female volleyball players.As a result of this study of young male and female who entering the exam of special abilities of the morphological features vary significantly according to the sports branch that creates these differences in men basketball players and in women volleyball players.
The Evaluation of the Knee Joint in Terms of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Measurements in Osteoarthritis Patients: A Comparative Study Comprising a Control Group  [PDF]
Bozkurt Gulek, Gokhan Soker, Ertugrul Erken, Yakup Yesilkaya, Behice Durgun, Nazan Alpaslan, Eda S?ker, Omer Kaya, Eren Erken
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2014.41014

The aim of this study was to assess the knee joints of osteoarthritis patients in terms of clinical and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) measurements and draw definitive conclusions from these quantimetric data. In order to achieve the above-mentioned goal, the knees of individuals from two distinct groups were examined by MRI. One group consisted of osteoarthritis patients while the other comprised the control individuals. All individuals from both groups underwent clinical and MRI measurements concerning their knees. These data were compared by using the statistical software from the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) v.15 program. Statistically significant differences were found between the control and patients groups in terms of the measurements of the second (short) diameter of the medial femoral condyle, and the intercondylar distance (p < 0.05). In addition to these findings, the Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) curve analysis gave statistically significant results for both of these measurements. The cutoff values for these criteria were as follows in sequence order: a sensitivity of 75% and a specificity of 52% for the medial femoral condyle, and a sensitivity of 70% and a specificity of 70% for the intercondylar distance. The ROC curve data may not be a deterministic outcome alone for this study. But it may in fact have a significant meaning when it is evaluated together with other statistically significant data. The t-test for Equality of Means, for example, gave significant results, concerning the measurements of the short axis of the medial femoral condyle and the intercondylar distance. It is well known that it is the medial portion of the knee joint which deteriorates the most during the process of osteoarthritis of the knee (OAK), and this complies with the results of this study.

The Usefulness of Renal Doppler Parameters in Chronic Kidney Disease: Is There a Cut-Off Value to Estimate End Stage Kidney Disease?  [PDF]
Bozkurt Gulek, Gokhan Soker, Ertugrul Erken, Fatma Ulku Adam, Halil Ibrahim Varan, Sibel Ada, Nazan Z. Alparslan, Omer Kaya, Eren Erken, Behice Durgun
Open Journal of Radiology (OJRad) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojrad.2016.61003
Abstract: Aims: In this study, Doppler parameters were studied in patients with advanced stage renal disease, and the relationship between Doppler parameters and renal disease stage was investigated. Doppler values were evaluated for a cut-off value between normal and end-stage kidney disease group. Materials and methods: 50 patients with chronic kidney disease and 15 patients belonging to the same age group and with normal serum creatinine levels were comprised of the study and control groups. Resistivity and pulsatality indices were measured at the main renal arteries and interlobular arteries at both sides. Results: Statistically significant differences were found between the PI and RI values obtained from the main renal and interlobular arteries. PI sums were compared with those from the control group, and a cut-off value of 2.15 was found, with a sensitivity of 90% and a specificity of 86.7%. Conclusion: Any increase in the RI and PI values obtained from the main renal and interlobular arteries must bring to mind the possibility of advancing renal damage and interstitial fibrosis. Patients with and without renal parenchymal damage can be differentiated by means of comparing the total PI values obtained from the right and left main renal and interlobular arteries.
Immunologic mechanism at infertility
?lknur Ayd?n,Behice Erci
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: Infertility has been serious problem for couples that want to have a child. It is estimated that %10-15 of marriages are involuntary childless; that is, there is the serious problem of infertility. In more than 40% of infertility couples that is the reason of their infertility was unknown. In those couples, probably immunological factors were found to be responsible for the infertility. In the article, it was aimed to review the immunologic causes of male and female infertility in the light of the current scientific data.
Resistance Issue In Tuberculosis: Definitions And Suggestions
Behice Kurtaran,Esin Aysan Akcam
Arsiv Kaynak Tarama Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: Resistance in tuberculosis treatment is a major concem especially because of its effect on increasing the spread of disease worldwide. The challenging resistances in the treatment are described as multi drug resistance (MDR) and extensively drug resistance (XDR). Conditions like being abi e to perform resistance assays for second line drugs, provide these drugs and inpatient treatment conditions have key-like importance at the management of tuberculosis resistance. [Archives Medical Review Journal 2009; 18(1.000): 37-48]
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Children and Adolescents with Anxiety Disorder
Emel KARAKAYA,Didem Behice ?ZTOP
Journal of Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy and Research , 2013,
Abstract: Currently, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) becomes one of the leading approaches in the psychotherapy. However,use of CBT in childhood psychotherapy is considerably novel. After 1990s, it has been understood that it is an effectivemethod for children and adolescents. Anxiety disorders are one of the most common problems in the field of childhoodand adolescent psychiatry. In the studies conducted, the effectiveness of CBT was demonstrated in anxiety disorders ofthe children and adolescents. Moreover, it was suggested that this effectiveness is permanent in some studies. Prioritygoal of CBT is to change inappropriate learning and thinking patterns in the children and adolescents. By “now and here”fashion, it is attempted to reveal the origin of current problems. During the process, the factors are considered, whichcause to maintain the symptoms. It is attempted to decrease signs caused to stress by improving coping skills duringtherapy. To this end, methods including observation, relaxation training, systematic desensitization, social skills training,cognitive restructuring and exposure therapy are applied in sessions by taking child’s problems into consideration. Scalesspecific to anxiety disorders are used in the assessment and follow-up. Age and development level of the child should beparticularly taken into account while using assessment tools and therapeutic modality.
Spin-dependent electronic structure of transition-metal atomic chains adsorbed on single-wall carbon nanotubes
Engin Durgun,Salim Ciraci
Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.74.125404
Abstract: We present a systematic study of the electronic and magnetic properties of transition-metal (TM) atomic chains adsorbed on the zigzag single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWNTs). We considered the adsorption on the external and internal wall of SWNT and examined the effect of the TM coverage and geometry on the binding energy and the spin polarization at the Fermi level. All those adsorbed chains studied have ferromagnetic ground state, but only their specific types and geometries demonstrated high spin polarization near the Fermi level. Their magnetic moment and binding energy in the ground state display interesting variation with the number of $d-$electrons of the TM atom. We also show that specific chains of transition metal atoms adsorbed on a SWNT can lead to semiconducting properties for the minority spin-bands, but semimetallic for the majority spin-bands. Spin-polarization is maintained even when the underlying SWNT is subjected to high radial strain. Spin-dependent electronic structure becomes discretized when TM atoms are adsorbed on finite segments of SWNTs. Once coupled with non-magnetic metal electrodes, these magnetic needles or nanomagnets can perform as spin-dependent resonant tunnelling devices. The electronic and magnetic properties of these nanomagnets can be engineered depending on the type and decoration of adsorbed TM atom as well as the size and symmetry of the tube. Our study is performed by using first-principles pseudopotential plane wave method within spin-polarized Density Functional Method.
Determination of Nitrates, Nitrites and Oxalates in Kale and Sultana Pea by Capillary Electrophoresis
Behice Yavuz Erdogan,A. Nur Onar
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.2051.2057
Abstract: The objectives of this research were to determine the quantities of nitrate, nitrite and oxalate in two vegetables those are popular at Black Sea coast namely kale and sultana pea. The results were compared with the contents of spinach and chard. Simultaneous determination of nitrate, nitrite and oxalate was conducted with capillary electrophoresis by using an acidic run buffer to reverse the electroosmotic flow. Full factorial design with three variables was applied to decide the optimum capillary electrophoretic experimental conditions. The limit of detection was improved by large volume sample stacking. The average amount of nitrate in fresh kale leaves (2016±519 mg kg ̄1) was greater than spinach and lower than chard. The nitrite ion concentrations were much more in the leaves of kale (111±4 mg kg ̄1) than in stalks on the contrary of chard. Oxalate content was lower in kale (2970±672 mg kg ̄1) than in spinach and chard.
Computation of Physical Optics Integral by Levin's Integration Algorithm
Ahmet Cemal Durgun;Mustafa Kuzuoglu
PIER M , 2009, DOI: 10.2528/PIERM09020204
Abstract: In this paper, a novel algorithm for computing Physical Optics (PO) integrals is introduced. In this method, the integration problem is converted to an inverse problem by Levin's integration algorithm. Furthermore, the singularities, that are possible to occur in the applications of Levin's method, are handled by employing trapezoidal rule together with Levin's method. Finally, the computational accuracy of this new method is checked for some radar cross section (RCS) estimation problems performed on flat, singly-curved and doubly-curved PEC plates which are modeled by 8-noded isoparametric quadrilaterals. The results are compared with those obtained by analytical and brute force integration.
Antikitenin rettikleri: Yeni a Avrupa Dü üncesinde Yeni Stoac l k (Lessons From Antiquity: Neo-Stoicism In The Early Modern European Thought)
M. Burak ?zdemir,Fatih Durgun
?nsan & Toplum Dergisi , 2011, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12658/human.society.1.1. m0001
Abstract: Early Modern Europe witnessed the emergence of more centralised states as a consequence of socio-political, economic and religious turmoil. Since Renaissance and Reformation, it has been commonly held that Stoic philosophy has offered much more solid solutions to the problems of the crises in Western societies rather than the other philosophical schools of the Antiquity. This paper argues that the discourses shaped by references to the thinkers identified with Neo-Stoicism steered the course of intellectual discussions as well as political and intellectual programmes in this period. Besides, the place and influence of Neo-Stoicism, as an ancient philosophical school, in the formation of early modern central states should be emphasized.
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