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Effect of immediate implant placement and loading on soft tissue management  [PDF]
Erdemzdemir, Yener Oguz
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2013.37066
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The recent article describes immediate implant placement and loading in the anterior segment. The main aim of this treatment option was to deliver provisional prosthesis to the patient in the same day of surgery, form papilla contours, and eliminate waiting of osseointegration time and the second surgery.

Examination of Inequality of Life Span by Using the Gini Coefficient in the Turkish Population for the Period 1990-2008
P?nar ?zdemir,Erdem Karabulut,Turhan Mente?
Balkan Medical Journal , 2011,
Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study is to show that the Gini coefficient used in economics, particularly in exposing inequality in income levels can also be used in the field of health, especially for measuring inequality specific to any issue of concern. Based on life tables, this study uses the Gini coefficient in measuring the extent of inequality in years lived and shows the level of these inequalities in Turkey for the period 1990-2008.Material and Methods: Lorenz Curves were constructed by using data from life tables pertaining to years 1990, 2000, 2006 and 2008 as given by WHO database, Gini coefficients were calculated in measuring variability in length of life expectancies in general, for the male and female population and then used in examining reducing inequality over time. Results: Taking 1990 as the base year, life expectancy at birth has increased by 9.3 years by 2008 and inequality has decreased from 0.188 to 0.114 (by 39%) in the same period. Conclusion: In addition to the target of increasing life expectancy, the assessment of success in ensuring all individuals live up to average life expectancy should be conducted by using this measure of inequality.
Estimation of some population parameters of red mullet (Mullus barbatus ponticus, Essipov, 1927) caught in the Black Sea
Hakan Aksu,Yakup Erdem,Süleyman ?zdemir,Ercan Erdem
Journal of FisheriesSciences.com , 2011,
Abstract: The aim of the present study was to estimate some population parameters of red mullets caught in Central Black Sea. Average length of the sampling size that is composed of 699 individuals was found to be as 11.75 ± 0.111 and their average weight to be as 17.91 ± 0.507 gr. W = 0.0107 L 2.9717 was used to estimate the length-weight relationships. Asymptotic length (L∞) among the parameters of the growth equation was calculated as 20.15 cm whereas growth coef ficient (K) was found to be as 0.33. Survival rate (S) was 0.28, real mortality rate (A) was 0.72, natural mortality rate (M) was 0.68, fishery mortality rate (F) was 0.60 and enterprise rate (E) was estimated to be as 0.47.
Comparison of Wide Conjunctival Flap and Conjunctival Autografting Techniques in Pterygium Surgery
Lokman Aslan,Murat Aslankurt,Adnan Aksoy,Murat ?zdemir,Erdem Yüksel
Journal of Ophthalmology , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/209401
Abstract: Pterygium is an abnormal fibrovascular tissue extending on the cornea which is a degenerative and hyperplastic disorder. A stromal overgrowth of fibroblast and blood vessels is accompanied by an inflammatory cell infiltrate and abnormal extracellular matrix accumulation. The surgical excision is the main treatment method of pterygium, but recurrence is the most common postoperative complication. In the present study, we aimed to compare the wide conjunctival flap and the conjunctival autografting techniques in pterygium surgery according to time of operation, safety, and effectiveness. Results showed that the effect of wide conjunctival flap techniques on primary pterygium surgery was found close to the conjunctival autograft techniques. In addition, the flap technique has a shorter surgical time, the surgery does not require extreme experience, feeding of the flap is provided with own vessels since the vascular structure is protected on the upper temporal conjunctival area, reverse placement of the flap is not seen, it needs fewer sutures, so that suture disturbances may reduce, and it is less traumatic than autograft technique during conjunctival transport. Therefore, this technique may be preferred in suitable cases. 1. Introduction Pterygium is an abnormal fibrovascular tissue extending on the cornea which is a degenerative and hyper plastic disorder [1]. A stromal overgrowth of fibroblast and blood vessels is accompanied by an inflammatory cell infiltrate and abnormal extracellular matrix accumulation [2]. Recently authors have focused on ultraviolet rays whether it could be any changes in limbal stem cell [3]. Although several hypotheses have been associated with etiology, its pathology still remains to be explained [4]. Some individuals or occupational groups are susceptible to this disease. It is more common in drivers, welders, and carpenters, the countries with relatively high exposure to ultraviolet radiation, the hot and dusty climates, and those living in rural areas [3, 4]. While the body of the pterygium remains on the sclera, the head advances onto the cornea in many cases affecting vision, causing general discomfort, and becoming a cosmetic nuisance [5]. The surgical excision is the main treatment method of pterygium. The various surgical techniques such as bare sclera, conjunctival autografting, primary conjunctival closure, intraoperative mitomycin C application, and amniotic membrane transplantation have been applied [6, 7]. Recurrence is the most common postoperative complication [8]. Although many techniques have been tried in
Mechanisms of preventative and therapeutic role of probiotics in different allergic and autoimmune disorders  [PDF]
?ner ?zdemir
Open Journal of Immunology (OJI) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/oji.2013.33015
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The prevalence of allergic and autoimmune diseases has been increasing from the last decades of 20th century. Intestinal microflora contributes to antigen exposure in early life and is one of the most abundant sources of early immune stimulation as well as adaptation. Because allergic and autoimmune responses manifest early in life, there has been obvious interest in the potential benefits of modifying the gastrointestinal flora by using probiotic supplementation. So far, there have been several studies to address the role of probiotics in primary prevention and therapy, with a reported suspicious reduction in the incidence of atopic and autoimmune diseases. Here, our aim is to evaluate the available knowledge of mechanisms of preventative and therapeutic role of probiotics in different allergic and autoimmune disorders. Promising mechanisms of probiotic effects may be categorized as local and systemic effects. Local influences of probiotics potentially include reduction of gut permeability and systemic penetration of antigens, increased local immunoglobulin A production, and alteration of local inflammation or tolerance induction. Some possible systemic effects consist of anti-inflammatory effects mediated by Th17 cells and Toll-like receptors, Th1 skewing of responses to allergens, activation of tolerogenic dendritic cells, in addition to T-regulatory cell production.

Thiol-Disulphide Balance: Could Be a New Marker for Thyroid Cancer?  [PDF]
Ay?e ?zdemir, ?zcan Erel
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2018.98051
Abstract: Objectives. Cancer is a very widespread disorder known in world wide since long, but its biochemical features remain unclear. Thyroid carcinomas are the most common endocrine cancer and its frequency continues to escalate. There is evidence that the serum concentration of TSH is an unreliant predictor for the diagnosis of thyroid cancer. The formation of the plasma thiol pool from low and large molecular weight proteins suggests that thiol/disulfide balance is important in cancerous cases. The aim of this study was to investigate an oxidative stress marker (thiol/disulphide homeostasis) and IMA (Ischemia modified albumin), Albumin, CEA (Carcinoembryonic antigen), TSH (Thyroid stimulate hormone), thyroxine (T4), free thyroxine (FT4), triiodothyronine (T3) and free triiodothyronine (FT3) in patients with thyroid cancer and compare the results with healthy controls for the first time in literature. Materials-Methods: A total of 43 participants including 23 patients with thyroid cancer and 20 healthy individuals were included in the study. Serum levels of TSH, T4, FT4, T3 and FT
The Relation between Liberty and Dependence in Rousseau’s Philosophy of Education
Ismahan ?zdemir
Beytulhikme : An International Journal of Philosophy , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, the contradiction between freedom and dependence which are the concept included within philosophy of education of Rousseau will be examined. Rousseau asserts that humans who are inherently good are corrupted by the social institutions and seeks for a method of bringing up a good person. However the issue which he ignores while seeking for a method is the relation between tutor and pupil. Rousseau who intends to bring up free and good person cannot save the pupil from the bonds of slavery which he asserts to be adopted in the process of socialization. This side of Rousseau’s educational model will be explained in this study.
Osmanl Devleti'nde Sa l k Alan nda Yap lan Misyonerlik Faaliyetlerine Bir rnek: Amerikan Board'un Konya T bb Misyonu/// An Example of Missionary Activities in the Medical Field in the Ottoman Empire: The Medical Mission of the American Board in Konya
Emin ?zdemir
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2013,
Abstract: This article examines the missionary activities of the American personnel in the American Christian Hospital of Konya, which was opened by the missionaries of the American Board in 1912. According to Ottoman sources, although the Ottoman authorities were aware of the explicit missionary effort to proselytize the local Muslim population, they allowed the hospital to remain open until World War I. Later on the hospital was reopened and reclosed several times until it was closed permanently in 1923.
Food protein induced proctocolitis in neonatal and infantile period: Clinical, endoscophic, hystopathologic findings and therapy
?ner ?zdemir
Turk Pediatri Ar?ivi , 2009,
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Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis
Sebati ?zdemir
Medical Journal of Bakirk?y , 2012,
Abstract: Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis is defined as an ascitic uid infection associated with a positive bacterial culture and polymorphonuclear leukocyte cell count of ≥ 250/mm3 in the absence of a surgically treatable intraabdominal source of infection. This infection almost universally exists in the background of severe liver disease. In this article, the clinical, pathophysiological, diagnostic and therapeutic features of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis are reviewed.
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