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Evaluation of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms inChildren Exposed to Sexual Abuse
Ali Yildirim,Nihat Uluocak,Dogan Atilgan,Mustafa Ozcetin
Urology Journal , 2011,
Abstract: PURPOSE: To evaluate the lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in children that are exposed to sexual abuse.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifty-two patients, including 8 male and 44 female children/adolescents presented with sexual abuse to the outpatient clinics were evaluated retrospectively (group 1). In group 1, the subjects were categorizedinto sexual touch (n = 35) and sexual penetration (n = 17). All the patients were evaluated with a detailed medical history, physical examination, and a dysfunctional voiding and incontinence scoring system questionnaire. Thirty age-matched children were evaluated as a control group (group 2).RESULTS: The mean age of the patients was 12.2 ± 3.6 years and 12.0 ± 4.5 years in groups 1 and 2, respectively (P = .848). The mean age of the subjects in sexual touch and sexual penetration groups was 10.8 ± 3.6 years and 14.9 ± 1.5 years, respectively. The difference between sexual touch and sexual penetration groups was statistically significant (P = .0001). The incontinence rate was 30.76% and 23.3% in groups 1 and 2, respectively. This difference was not statistically significant (P = .640). The rates of daytime incontinence,nocturnal enuresis, diurnal incontinence, urgency, and continence maneuverswere 25.7%, 17.1%, 22.9%, 42.9%, and 20%, respectively, in sexual touch group,while they were found to be 5.9%, 0%, 0%, 17.6%, and 5.9%, respectively,in sexual penetration group.CONCLUSION: Although a significant association was not detected betweensexual abuse and LUTS, it was seen that LUTS, such as urinary incontinenceand urgency, were higher in children exposed to sexual abuse than the controlgroup.
?ükrü BA?TüRK,Mustafa ULUOCAK,Süleyman ERO?LU,Hatice ?AH?N
Turkish Studies , 2010,
Abstract: The affixes used during the verb processing in the Turkey Turkish dialects show important phonetic variations. These affixes, which are commonly used in all the Turkey Turkish dialects, differ from one region to another, even from one village to another in the same region, in having varying phonetic characteristics. Of these affixes, those which undergo change most frequently and function as a key to the determination of the ethnic structure of the region in question are the future tense and present continuous tense suffixes. In Bursa local dialects, the final phoneme /r/ of the present continuous tense suffix –(I)yor predominantly was omitted and the neighboring vowel was lengthened. However, we observe that the initial vowel of the future tense suffix –AcAk was omitted and the back vowel /a/ was changed to the front vowel /e/ in the second syllable. We come across some different uses in the person suffixes following these suffixes. In this article, it is aimed to put forth various uses of the affixes in question and other verb processing affixes used in the local dialects of Bursa. Türkiye Türk esi a zlar nda fiil i letimi s ras nda kullan lan ekler, nemli fonetik de i iklikler g stermektedir. Bütün Türkiye Türk esi a zlar nda ortak olarak kullan lan bu ekler, b lgeden b lgeye hatta ayn b lgede bulunan yak n k yler aras nda farkl ses zellikleriyle kullan lmaktad r. Bu ekler aras nda en ok de i ikli e u rayan ve b lgenin etnik yap s n belirlemede anahtar konumunda olan ekler, gelecek zaman ve imdiki zaman ekidir.Bursa yerli a zlar nda –(I)yor imdiki zaman ekinin a rl kl olarak sonundaki r sesi dü ürülmü ve yan ndaki ünlü uzat lm bi imde kullan lmaktad r. Gelecek zaman eki –AcAk ise ba ndaki ünlü dü ürülüp ikinci hecedeki ünlüsü inceltilmi bi imde kar m za kar. Bu eklerin kulland ki i eklerinde de baz de i ik kullan mlar g ze arpmaktad r.Bu makalede Bursa b lgesi yerli a zlar nda s z konusu eklerin ve di er fiil i letme eklerinin durumu ortaya konulacakt r.
Süleyman ERO?LU?,?ükrü BA?TüRK,?? Mustafa ULUOCAK,Hatice ?AH?N
Turkish Studies , 2009,
Abstract: How important is research which is related to the Anatolian dialects that is one of many well-known. It is one of the well-known topics that researches which are related to Anatolian dialects have major importance. Many of compilation studies has been made in different areas of Anatolian hitherto, general features of language has been propounded, though based on the available material regarding the ethnic composition of the region have been tried to reach conclusions the same situation have not valid to the dialects area of the Bursa. The Bursa region indigenous dialects have not been deal with the dialect studies. Studies about region dialects do not exceed a few limited studies. Thus, as part of "The Bursa Indigenous Dialects Compiled Examining" project which is supported by the Uludag University and launched in 2006 compilation studies about Bursa dialects were initiated. In this article under the project content to set out the compiled and solved texts will be attempted to give general features of the Bursa indigenous dialects. Anadolu a zlar yla ilgili ara t rmalar n ne kadar nemli oldu u ok iyi bilinen konulardan biridir. Bugüne kadar Anadolu'nun de i ik b lgelerinde ok say da derleme al malar yap lm , genel dil zellikleri ortaya konmu , eldeki malzemelerden yola karak b lgelerin etnik yap s yla ilgili sonu lara var lmaya al lm olsa da ayn durumun Bursa b lgesi a zlar i in ge erli olmad ortadad r. A z al malar nda Bursa b lgesi yerli a zlar ele al nmam t r. B lge a zlar yla ilgili al malar, dar kapsaml bir iki yay m ge memektedir. Bu eksiklikten hareketle 2006 y l nda ba lat lan Uluda üniversitesi destekli "Bursa Yerli A zlar n n Derlenip ncelenmesi" adl proje kapsam nda Bursa a zlar yla ilgili derleme al malar ba lat lm t r. Bu makalede s z konusu proje kapsam nda derlenen ve zülen metinlerden yola k larak Bursa yerli a zlar n n genel zellikleri verilmeye al lacakt r.
Mustafa ULUOCAK,? ?ükrü BA?TüRK?,Süleyman ERO?LU?,Hatice ?AH?N
Turkish Studies , 2010,
Abstract: As studies on Türkiye Turkish dialects increase in number, it becomes likely to come across some illustrative points with respect to the matter of determining some features of Oguz Turkish and the ethnical structures of the regions under discussion by moving from the dialect features in question. > change is observed in many of the Türkiye Turkish dialects. The same sound change is present in Bursa local dialects as well. However, more different examples of this kind of sound change were identified in Bay nd r village of Büyükorhan, Bursa. In this article, > changes observed in Bursa local dialects and Bay nd r village will be exemplified. Türkiye Türk esi a zlar yla ilgili al malar artt k a s z konusu a z zelliklerinden yola karak O uz Türk esinin baz zelliklerini ve ilgili b lgelerin etnik yap s n belirleme konusunda ayd nlat c noktalarla kar la lmaktad r. Türkiye Türk esi a zlar n n bir o unda > de i imine rastlanmaktad r. Ayn ses de i ikli i Bursa yerli a zlar nda da g zlemlenmektedir. Ancak Bursa Büyükorhan il esine ba l Bay nd r k yünde bu ses de i ikli iyle ilgili daha farkl rnekler tespit edilmi tir. Bu yaz da Bursa yerli a zlar nda ve Bay nd r k yünde g zlemlenen > de i iklikleri rneklendirilecektir.
Comparison between OSPFv3 and OSPFv2  [PDF]
Mustafa ElGili Mustafa
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wsn.2014.64006
Abstract: This paper aims to compare between OSPFv2 and OSPFv3, to explain the impact of the change in OSPFv3 packet format and the over load when OSPFv3 uses IPv6 packet instead of IPv4 packet format that was used by OSPFv2, and the comparison based on common OSPF packets that was sent in the same network.
Urban participation, civil society and ‘Gecekondu’ (slum areas): a sample of a ‘Gecekondu’ neighborhood and a neighborhood organization from Ankara
?zge ?zgür,Gonca Polat Uluocak
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: The discussion on urbanization in Turkey is now enriched by the concepts of urban participation and local democracy. This study is based on a research conducted for understanding the relationship between gecekondu and civil society in the frame of participation and urban participation. In the study, which aims to present the relation between irindere neighborhood and an NGO as a neighborhood organization “ i demim” in i dem district, Ankara; the results show that the picture was far away from integrated participation for the neighborhood citizens. The place of civil society in the urban participation and the role of dialogue and interaction in overcoming the obstacles are emphasized.
Renal Cell Carcinoma of the Kidney with Synchronous Ipsilateral Transitional Cell Carcinoma of the Renal Pelvis
Dogan Atilgan,Nihat Uluocak,Bekir Suha Parlaktas
Case Reports in Urology , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/194127
Abstract: A 73-year-old man was admitted to our clinic with flank pain and gross macroscopic hematuria. Radiologic examination revealed a solid mass in the left kidney and additionally another mass in the ureteropelvic junction of the same kidney with severe hydronephrosis. Left nephroureterectomy with bladder cuff removel was performed, and histopathological evolution showed a Fuhrman grade 3 clear cell type RCC with low-grade TCC of the pelvis. 1. Introduction Simultaneous occurrence of renal cell carcinoma (RCC) and transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) in the ipsilateral kidney is a rare entity. There are only about 50 cases reported in the literature to date [1–3]. Herein, we reported a 73-year-old man who admitted to our clinic with simultaneous RCC and TCC of the left kidney. 2. Case Presentation A 73-year-old man who he had suffered from with left flank pain and hematuria was admitted to our clinic. Physical examination and laboratory findings were normal. Patient has a history of ischemic heart disease and 1 pack of cigarette smoking for 40 years. The USG showed grade 4 hydronephrosis and a solid mass with 5?cm diameter in the left kidney. Computed tomography revealed several hydronephrosis and a solid mass with 52 × 41?mm diameters in the middle part of the left kidney. Additionally, a 50 × 45 × 38?mm solid mass was detected at the ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) of the same kidney with normal contralateral kidney (Figures 1 and 2). There was no evidence of metastasis. Cystoscopy revealed no pathological findings, and subsequently left nephroureterectomy with lymphadenectomy was performed. Macroscopic evaluation of the specimen showed severe hydronephrotic left kidney with thin parenchyma and a solid mass with 70 × 70 × 5.5?mm diameters located in the middle part of the kidney without capsular penetration. In addition, a 60 × 50 × 40 mm diameters solid mass with papillomatous components was detected at the ureteropelvic junction (Figure 3). Microscopically, parenchymal mass was detected as a Fuhrman 3 clear cell type RCC, and papillosolid mass at the UPJ was detected as a noninvasive low-grade papillary urothelial carcinoma (Figures 4 and 5). Surgical margins were negative for both tumors. Postoperative 5th day patient was discharged without any complication, and no problems occurred during follow-up period. Figure 1: CT image of the solid renal parenchymal mass in the left kidney. Figure 2: CT image of the solid mass in the left ureteropelvic junction with severe hydronephrosis. Figure 3: Macroscopic view of RCC (small arrow) and TCC (large arrow) with severe
The Selection of Proper Auxiliary Parameters in the Homotopy Analysis Method. A Case Study: Uniform Solutions of Undamped Duffing Equation  [PDF]
Mustafa Turkyilmazoglu
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/am.2011.26105
Abstract: The present paper is concerned with two novel approximate analytic solutions of the undamped Duffing equation. Instead of the traditional perturbation or asymptotic methods, a homotopy technique is employed, which does not require a small perturbation parameter or a large parameter for an asymptotic expansion. It is shown that proper choices of an auxiliary linear operator and also an initial approximation during the implementation of the homotopy analysis method can yield uniformly valid and accurate solutions. The obtained explicit analytical expressions for the solution predict the displacement, frequency and period of the oscillations much more accurate than the previously known asymptotic or perturbation formulas.
Osteoma of mastoid process obstructing external auditory canal: A case report  [PDF]
Aziz Mustafa
Health (Health) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/health.2012.44034
Abstract: Objective: To discuss the surgical treatment of recurrent osteoma of the mastoid process of the temporal bone, that obstructed external auditory canal causing unilateral conductive hearing loss. Setting: The study was carried out in ENT Clinic, University Clinical Center of Kosovo, Prishtina, Kosovo. Design: Retrospective review of a clinical case. Patient, Intervention and Result: We treated surgically with success a 14-year-old boy with osteoma of mastoid process, obstructing the external auditory canal of the left ear and causing conductive hearing loss. Axial and coronal computed tomography scans revealed an compact bone lesion that obstructed the canal. Complete removal of the lesion was achieved by a retroauricular approach. Conclusion: In order to achieve complete removal of the osteoma, drilling of the lesion must be performed not through the tumor, but around the osteoma, in the surrounding bone tissue.
Alternative Approach to Time Evaluation of Schrodinger Wave Functions  [PDF]
Mustafa Erol
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.311211
Abstract: Time evaluation of wave functions for any quantum mechanical system/particle is essential nevertheless quantum mechanical counterpart of the time dependant classical wave equation does simply not appear. Epistemologically and ontologically considered time dependant momentum operator is initially defined and an Alternative Time Dependant Schrodinger Wave Equation (ATDSWE) is plainly derived. Consequent equation is primarily solved for the free particles, in a closed system, signifying a good agreement with the outcomes of the ordinary TDSWE. Free particle solution interestingly goes further possibly tracing some signs of new pathways to resolve the mysterious quantum world.
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