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Two Cases of Vulvovaginitis Caused by Shigella flexneri and Shigella sonnei: a Case Report
Gül?in Bayramolu,Faruk Ayd?n,Gülay Karagüzel,Mustafa ?mamo?lu
Balkan Medical Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Vulvovaginitis caused by Shigella species (Shigella spp.) has rarely been reported. This paper describes two cases of prepubertal vulvovaginitis, presenting with a bloody and purulent vaginal discharge, separately caused by ampicillin-resistant Shigella flexneri and trimethoprim-sulfomethoxazole-resistant Shigella sonnei. Our conclusions are that Shigella spp. is the potential cause of vulvovaginitis in prepubertal girls in developing countries where these pathogens are endemic, and identification of the bacteria and making antibiotic susceptibility testing in these cases should not be overlooked.
Comparison of ultrasonographic and computed tomographic findings in the diagnosis of acute apendicitis
Behzat Behzato?lu,Edip Hatipo?lu,Sibel Bayramolu,Gülizar Y?lmaz
Medical Journal of Bakirk?y , 2006,
Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study was to compare advantages, accuracy and limitations of ultrasonography (US) and computed tomography (CT) in the definitive diagnosis of acute appendicitis. Materials and Methods: Clinically suspected 35 cases of acute appendicitis according to their physical examinations and laboratory findings were prospectively evaluated by compression US and helical CT. For US examinations a dilated and uncompressible apendix for CT scans a dilated (6mm.) apendix, associated with periapendicular in amatory reactions were primary criterias. Results: Final diagnoses were made by surgico-pathological results and clinical observations up to 24-48 hours with clinical and laboratory findings. In 21 patients, final diagnosis were acute appendicitis. Correct diagnosis was made by CT in 20, and by US in 16 of these 21 patients. Both CT and US were negative in 1 patient. In 5 of 14 patients which acute appendicitis were not the final diagnosis, CT was able to made alternative diagnoses. Normal apendix could be observed in 7 patients with CT and in 4 patients with US. In 1 patient in whom acute appendicitis was strongly suggested by CT and US, spontaneous regression occurred and surgery was not necessary. CT and US results of 4 patients did not correlate with the clinical diagnosis. Conclusion: Diagnostic value of helical CT and compression US are both high in diagnostic verification of patients in whom clinically acute apendicitis is suggested. But results of CT seem to be more accurate in diagnosis.
Split spinal cord malformations and associated spinal anomalies: Comparison of MRI findings with intraoperative results
?zgür K?l??kesmez,Erol Ta?demiro?lu,Ercan ?nci,Sibel Bayramolu
Medical Journal of Bakirk?y , 2007,
Abstract: The aim of this study is to assess the contribution of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis and evaluation of split spinal cord malformations (SSCM) and associated spinal anomalies. Material and Methods: According to pang’s classification, we have reviewed and analyzed 22 cases of SSCMs treated at our institution and present our findings. Results: Six fibrous (27.3%) and 16 osseous (72.7%) septums were detected. Twenty one of them (95.4%) had tense cord. Conclusion: Other components of spinal dysraphism such as lipomyelomeningocele, meningocele, occult intrasacral meningocele, phylum terminale lipoma, lipoma, dermal sinus tract, dural ectasia, syringohydromyelia and bony abnormalities were associated with diastematomyelia.
Radiologic findings of breast edema and causes of unilateral edema
Ercan ?nci,Sibel Ayd?n,Gülseren Yirik,Sibel Bayramolu
Medical Journal of Bakirk?y , 2006,
Abstract: Unilateral breast edema occurs due to many causes by benign or malignant diseases as carcinoma, infection, lymphatic obstruction, trauma, congestive heart failure. It’s defined as breast edema, skin thickening, increased density of subcutaneous fatty tissue with trabecular pattern and denser parenchyma in mammography. Determination of the etiologies and their typical radiologic findings of these kind of edemas are significant for accurate diagnosis. Therefore, here we described imaging appearances related to unilateral breast edema and revised principal etiologies related.
Analysis of Patient Forms of Prehospital Emergency Medical Services
Zeynep G?kcan ?ak?r,At?f Bayramolu,Ayhan Ak?z,?ule Esen Türky?lmaz
Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine , 2012,
Abstract: Objective: In this study, a definition of the current status has been aimed at by means of examining the quantity of forms issued for the patients brought to Atatürk University Medical Faculty Emergency Department with the 112 Emergency mobile Service (EMS). Material and Methods: The forms of 1448 patients transferred to our emergency service from the Erzurum Centrum, Erzurum district and surrounding provinces between the dates of 01.02.2005 and 30.06.2007 were examined. In the data analysis; Statistical Package for Social Sciences for Windows Version 11.0 package program was used.Results: Fourty-seven units of 1448 forms (3.25%) could not been examined as they could not be read at all or were completely empty. We determined that the demographic information belonging to patients was not available at the rate of between 44.2% and 95.9%, personal information between 38.5% and 69.1%, medical information between 13.4% and 98.4%, transfer information between 29.3% and 72.1% and delivery registrations between 3.1% and 98.6%.Conclusion: For an effective registration system, it is appropriate to switch to the usage of electronic identity cards in which all identity information and health records can be kept.. It is necessary to make its use obligatory for all hospitals and 112 EMS in order for the common database to be used.
Export Dynamics in Emerging Market Economies(Geli mekte Olan Piyasa Ekonomilerinde hracat n Dinamikleri)
Asuman KO? YURTKUR,Arzu TAY BAYRAMOLU
Y?netim ve Ekonomi , 2012,
Abstract: This study analyses the determinants of export by using balanced panel data method for the 9 emerging market economies with quarterly data covering the period 1994:1-2009:1. In basic macroeconomic theory, export is dependence of real exchange rate and gross domestic product directly and they effect on export positively. And it is implied that export is independence of gross domestic product (national, inside). Also indirectly an increases in domestic prices is caused to decrease real exchange rate. Because of that an increase inflation effects on export negatively. Additionally the theory, it is obvious that import is an important factor for export in global integrated economies. In this study we tested this macroeconomic theory. Empirical results show that real exchange rate, gross domestic product, import and inflation rate are significant variables for export.
Endovascular stent graft repair of abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms
Zehra Bayramolu,?lhan Saniso?lu,Levent Onat,Bar?? ?aynak
Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi , 2012,
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Kolayda Mallarda Marka Ba l l n Etkileyen Fakt rler: Haz r Kahve üzerine Bir al ma(Factors Affecting the Brand Loyalty for Convenience Goods: A Study on Instant Coffee)
Gül BAYRAKTARO?LU
Y?netim ve Ekonomi , 2004,
Abstract: The primary rule to create brand equity is to have loyal customers. Determining the variables that are important in brand decision and analyzing the reasons why customers shift to other brands are essential to plan and develop effective marketing policies. This study examines the degree of effect of some variables on coffee brand choice and which factors affect the change in brand usage in somewhat or non-loyal customers. The package usefulness, taste & smell affect brand loyal customers more. Decrease in quality, figuring out harmful effects, change in price and decrease in purchasing power are found to be the most important factors affecting the change in brand choice. Besides, age, income, marital status and consumption level are found to be related with brand loyalty.
p53 mutation and the presence of the human papilloma virus in pterygium: PCR and immunohistochemical investigation
Nebil BAL,Figen DORAN,Fügen YARKIN,?zlem BAYRAMOLU
Türk Patoloji Dergisi , 2006,
Abstract: Pterygium is a pathological lesion of bulbar conjunctiva extending to the center of the cornea. There are a lot of agents that have been accused in etiology of pterygium, such as chemical and physical factors, human papilloma virus infection and p53 gene mutation. Human papilloma virus in pterygium was firstly demonstrated by Varinli et al in 1994. Researchers thought that human papilloma virus infection caused p53 gene mutation in the epithelium of conjunctiva and this damage led to uncontrolled cell proliferation which formed pterygium.In this study, p53 mutation and the presence of the human papilloma virus infection in primary and recurrent pterygium were investigated. The p53 tumor suppressor gene mutation was demonstrated by immunohistochemistry, and presence of HPV infection, while HPV-16 and HPV-18 were investigated by polymerase chain reaction method.The p53 tumor suppressor gene mutation was found in 64 (88.8%) of the samples (58 primary, and 6 recurrent pterygium). Human papilloma virus was found in 26 primary, and 2 recurrent pterygium cases (38.9%). Four human papilloma virus positive samples out of 28 were determined as HPV-18, and 8 as HPV-16.Consequently, it has been assumed that HPV and p53 gene mutation play important roles in the etiopathogenesis of pterygium. Patients should be carefully followed-up for recurrences and developing malignancies secondary to human papilloma virus infection.
Suicide Attempts with Drug Intoxication in Pregnant and Non-Pregnant Women
Mustafa UZKESER,Murat SARITEMUR,Ayhan AK?Z,At?f BAYRAMOLU
Turkish Journal of Emergency Medicine , 2012,
Abstract: Objectives: Insufficient data are available comparing medical costs, hospitalization or admission rate, and drugs used for the treatment of pregnant and non-pregnant women admited to the emergency department (ED) due to suicide attempts following drug intoxication. We sought to evaluate these differences in our ED. Methods: This is a prospective, cross-sectional study; hence we attempted to follow all pregnant and non-pregnant women who were admitted in our ED at Ataturk University, Erzurum-Turkey, due to suicide attempt with drug intoxication. We have obtained records of management plans, estimated costs and hospital admission rate in the ED from 2008 to 2011 and compared in both groups. Results: A total of 309 women were registered as suicide attempts with drug intoxication. Out of these, 23 (7.4%) were pregnant and 286 (92.6%) were non-pregnant. The pregnant women had lower rate of past history of psychiatric illness as compared to non-pregnant women (4.3% vs. 26.2%; p=0.019). Comparison of drug intoxication revealed a higher rate of intake of organophosphate (39.1%; vs. 34.8% p<0.001) and paracetamol (39.1% vs. 19.9%; p=0.031), but a lower rate of multidrug ingestion (39.1% vs. 67.8%; p=0.005) in pregnant women. Furthermore, pregnant women have a lower rate of hospitalization in ED (56.5% vs. 77.6%), but higher rates of hospitalization in internal services (13% vs. 6.3%), and intensive care units (13% vs. 3.1%; p=0.039) compared to non-pregnant women. Consequently, the cost of therapy was also higher in pregnant (2553.5±6206.7 TL vs. 581.3±490.3 TL; p<0.001). Conclusions: Though pregnant women were admitted less frequently compared to non-pregnant women, suicide attempts with drug intoxication among pregnant women have increased consequences in terms of hospitalization rate and cost. Thus there is an urgent need to incorporate a special screening program to measure suicide risk followed by counseling for pregnant women during post-conceptual care.
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