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Büyük Sel uklu Sultanlar ile Abbas Halifelerinin li kileri///The Relations Between the Seljuk Sultans and the Abbasid Caliphs
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: Abbasid Empire (750-1258) was one of the long lasting empires in Islamic history. Although the political existence of the empire lasted five centuries, its political influence did not last that long and it fell under the control of different political powers. While the Abbasid caliphs lost their political authority, especially under the rule of Shiite Buyid dynasty, the fact that every new Muslim state dependent on the recognition of Abbasid caliphs for Islamic legitimacy helped the Abbasids to preserve their nominal prominence. The Seljuk Empire emerged at a time when the Abbasids sought to escape from the Shiite dominance of the Buyid dynasty, and when the Seljuks were in search of Islamic legitimacy. Abbasid-Seljuk relations, which started during the reign of Seljuk founder Tugrul Bey and lasted until the reign of last Seljuk sultan Sencer, created a status quo in which the Abbasid caliphs held religious authority while the Seljuks held the political power
Completion thyroidectomy: Results of a single center
Sadullah Girgin,Metehan Gümü?,Ak?n ?nder,Murat Kapan
Dicle Medical Journal , 2009,
Abstract: Aim: Completion thyroidectomy is required at situations such as recurrent nodular goiter and malignant findings at histopathology after primary operation for noduler goiter. The aim of this study was to investigate the indications for the completion thyroidectomy and the effect of the operation timing on morbidity.Materials and Methods: Thirty-one consecutive patients (26 females and 5 males) with a mean age of 36.5±7.7 years (range, 23-55 yrs) that underwent completion thyroidectomy were investigated. The patients, who needed re-operation for recurrence with diagnosis of histopathologically proven malignancy or re-operated for recurrence, were included. Results: Seventeen patients had the second operation performed within 10 days or more than 90 days after initial operation (group 1). Fourteen patients had re-operation between 10 and 90 days after the first procedure (group 2). Histopathological examination after the completion thyroidectomy revealed remnant tumour in 7 patients (23%), two of them in the contralateral lobe. One patient suffered from a permanent hypoparathyroidism in group 1 and a permanent vocal cord paralysis in group 2.Conclusion: Our results suggest that other treatment modalities except total thyroidectomy are insufficient, since remnant tumour was seen over 20% of the histopathological specimens of the completion thyroidectomy. Timing of completion thyroidectomy had no effect on the thyroid cancer development. Total thyroidectomy can be preferred in the surgical management of tiroid cancers or benign nodular goiter.
The comparison of the effects of the anterior preperitoneal mesh repair and lichtenstein procedure on testicular blood ow and volume in patients with inguinal hernias
Sinan Hatipoglu,Ahmet N Turhan,Selin Kapan,Murat G?nen?
Medical Journal of Bakirk?y , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: In this prospective randomized study, the effects of two hernia repair techniques; anterior preperitoneal mesh repair and Lichtenstein procedure, on the testicular blood ow and testicular volume were compared. Material and Methods: Forty male patients with the average age of 34.14 (range 20-45) who were admitted to the Clinics of General Surgery with inguinal hernia were evaluated. The patients were randomized, and divided into two equal groups; the 1st and the 2nd group had their hernia repair by anterior preperitoneal mesh repair technique, and Lichtenstein procedure, respectively. All of the prosthetic materials used for hernia repair were composed of polipropilene (Prolene Mesh - Ethicon Inc). Testicular volume, testicular blood ow, venous radius within the plexus pampiniformis, radius of epididymal duct, were considered to be the comparative criteria, and were measured in the pre-operative period, at the end of the 1st and 6th post-operative months. Results: There were no statistically significant differences between pre-operative and post-operative values. Moreover, both surgical techniques were found to have similar post-operative results. Conclusion: The utilization of prosthetic material or the technique used for hernia repair does not seem to interfere with the structural or functional integrity of the spermatic cord.
Abdominal and perineal approaches in the surgical treatment of rectal prolapse
Murat Kapan,Ak?n ?nder,Serkan Polat,?brahim Aliosmanoglu
Dicle Medical Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Rectal prolapse is a disease, which is an important cause of social and functional problems and has a continuing debate about the ideal surgical treatment of itself. In this study, we aimed to investigate the abdominal and perineal approaches with early and late postoperative result in the patients undergoing surgery for rectal prolapse.Materials and methods: Between 2006-2011, the records of 21 patients undergoing surgery with the diagnosis of rectal prolapse were reviewed, retrospectively. The demographic and physical examination findings, surgical procedures, early and late postoperative complications, recurrence and mortality rates were recorded.Results: The median age was 43 years and female/male ratio was 1.63/1. The most common presenting complaint was gas control failure and often wetting with mucus. Stage 1 and stage 3 rectal prolapses was detected in 19% and 81% of the patients, respectively. The most common surgical procedure was Notaras (54%). Early postoperative complications were seen in 14.3% of the patients. There were no postoperative recurrence, mortality and complication requiring re-exploration. Advanced age and shorter duration of hospital stay were determined and often performed under regional anesthesia in the patients undergoing perineal approach. No statistical differences were observed in terms of early postoperative complications and recurrence.Conclusion: Results of abdominal and perineal approaches were similar, when they were applied with taking into account the risk factors for surgical treatment, findings of the patients and the surgeon’s experience.
Prognostic Value of CD74 and HLA-DR Expressions in Invasive Ductal Breast Cancer  [PDF]
Muhittin Yaprak, Gülgün Erdogan, Gulbin Aricic, Bar?s Ozcan, Ayhan Mesci, Ayhan D?nckan, Okan Erdogan, Cumhur Arici
Advances in Breast Cancer Research (ABCR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/abcr.2015.43008
Abstract: Introduction: Despite the presence of many prognostic and predictive factors, overtreatment remains a major problem in patients with breast cancer. The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of CD74 and HLA-DR expressions on the prognosis of patients who have had a mastectomy for the treatment of breast cancer. Materials and Methods: A retrospective search of medical records was carried out for patients who had surgery for breast cancer at the Department of General Surgery, Akdeniz University School of Medicine, between March 1984 and November 1999. Patients with regular follow-up and necessary data for the study (i.e. patients’ demographics, pathology results, and treatment characteristics) were included in the study. Paraffin blocks of tumor specimens were re-examined with immunohistochemical methods in March 2010 to determine the extent of CD74 and HLA-DR expression and the level of tumor infiltrating lymphocyte (TILs). Results: The mean age and the median duration of follow-up for the 41 participants were 48.29 ± 11.86 years and 125 months (range 115 to 135 months), respectively. Disease-free survival (DFS) in CD74 negative subjects was better than in CD74 positive patients, but the difference was not statistically significant (p = 0.75). Similarly, HLA-DR negative and HLA-DR positive groups showed no statistically significant differences in terms of DFS (p = 0.81). Conclusion: There were positive but insignificant correlations with increased expression of CD74, decreased expression of HLA-DR, and TILs levels. Further studies involving larger sample sizes may provide more insight into these associations.
Role of n-3 series polyunsaturated fatty acids in cardiovascular disease prevention
Lee AH, Hiramatsu N
Nutrition and Dietary Supplements , 2011, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/NDS.S15443
Abstract: le of n-3 series polyunsaturated fatty acids in cardiovascular disease prevention Review (4241) Total Article Views Authors: Lee AH, Hiramatsu N Published Date September 2011 Volume 2011:3 Pages 93 - 100 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/NDS.S15443 Andy H Lee1, Naoko Hiramatsu2 1School of Public Health, Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia; 2Laboratory of Nutritional Science, School of Human Science and Environment, University of Hyogo, Himeji, Hyogo, Japan Abstract: Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Its prevention through a healthy lifestyle and appropriate diet is important. Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFA) therapy has shown promise in both primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease. This commentary discusses the nutritional role of n-3 PUFA, including its metabolism and physiological role, comparison with n-6 series PUFA, as well as complications due to deficiency. Clinical use of n-3 PUFA for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease, recommended intake, and potential adverse effects will also be examined. The available scientific evidence suggests that its supplementation and clinical use ranging from 0.4 to 1 g/day can provide tangible benefits. However, further studies are required to determine optimal dosing and the relative ratio of docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid that provides maximal cardioprotection and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
htilaller D neminde Ermenilere Y nelik Rus Politikalar (1917-1918)//// Russian Policies Towards the Armenians during the Revolutionary Period c. 1917-1918
Enis ?AHN
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: The year of 1917, during which two significant revolutions took place in Russia, is quite an important watershed both for the world and Russian history. After the first revolution the Tsarist Russia collapsed. The second revolution by the Bolshevists ended the provisional government which was established after the first one. The policies pursued by the provisional government and later Bolshevist administration were not very different from those of the Tsarist Russia. Russian policies during the last phase of the First World War had a rather important impact on the fate of the Turkish territories in Eastern Anatolia. For, Turks were striving to end the Russian occupation of their lands around this time. Armenians, some of whom were already in the Russian occupation zones and the rest of whom were by and large brought to these areas from Russia could not help dreaming about being permanent in those lands due to the Russian promises. However, Turkish governments’ political and especially military endeavors rendered these “promise policies” of the Russians, and the Armenians’ hopes abortive.
Asur Ticaret Kolonileri Devrinde Nev ehir Y resinde Varl n Sürdüren WA HAN A Krall /// Washania Kingdom Which Was Near Nev ehir During The Period Of Assyrian Trade Colonies
Hasan Ali ?AHN
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2010,
Abstract: As we learnt from Kültepe tablets, there were city states in Anatolia in the first quarter of 2000 (2nd millenium) B.C. One of these city states was Washania Kingdom. Washania, which was a fortress city, was an important station on the ways between Kanesh and the West. Washania became an economic and political power in the region of Central Anatolia because of the caravans of Assyrian merchants. They established a colony in the city and provided raw materials and goods for the city.
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Presenting as Pancytopenia in Pregnancy: A Case Report
Idris N,Arsyad AH
Malaysian Family Physician , 2012,
Abstract: Vitamin B12 deficiency is a well-known cause of megaloblastic anaemia and pancytopenia. However, the incidence in pregnancy is rarely reported. We present a case of a 32-year old multigravid woman who was diagnosed with megaloblastic anaemia since 22 weeks gestation and progressed to develop severe pancytopenia at 30 weeks gestation. she was also diagnosed with vitamin B12 deficiency related to dietary and sociocultural habits. Folate and iron levels were normal throughout pregnancy. treatment with parenteral cyano-cobalamin resulted in sustained improvement of haematological parameters. the pregnancy was carried to term and the baby was born weighing 2,050gm but otherwise well at birth and had normal developmental milestones thereafter. this case illustrates the clinical presentation of maternal vitamin B12 deficiency and demonstrates the importance of detecting and treating maternal vitamin B12 deficiency during pregnancy in at-risk patients. Failure to diagnose and institute treatment carries significant risks to both mother and child. oral vitamin B12 supplementation should be considered for patients who are strict vegetarians or consume very little animal products.
Kültepe Metinlerine G re Eski Anadolu Ve Asur’da Yemin’in Anlam //// The Legal Meaning Oath in Ancient Anotolia and Assyria According to Kultepe Texts
H. Ali ?AHN
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: As understood from Kültepe Texts, Anatolian rulers took the political treaties under guarantee with an oath. At courts, witnessing is made with an oath, or an oath should be taken in solving any problem. Assyrian people wanted to conclude the cases which existed between themselves by taking an oath. In ancient Assyrian and Anatolian Laws, oath had a very important place.
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