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The problem of the origin of philosophy in the text concerning history of philosophy in Turkish
Tufan ??tok
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2007,
Abstract: Generally, the books concerning history of philosophy accept the proposition “the first principle of all things is water” that Thales said in 6th century BC as the birth of philosophical thought. What are the reasons and grounds of such an acceptance? Is to philosophise based on this acceptance a mental activity that extends from Ancient Greek to our times. Otherwise is there any possibility of philosophising differently in different cultures? All these questions are answered plainly or obscurely in the books concerning history of philosophy in Turkish. Therefore it seems possible to make relation to between our conception of philosophy and solution given for the problem of origin of philosophy by help of these answers.
Prebiotics and probiotics
Tufan
Turk Pediatri Ar?ivi , 2011,
Abstract: Probiotics are live microorganisms that, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host. Use of probiotics has been shown to be effective in treating acute viral gastroenteritis and preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea in children. There is some evidence that probiotics prevent necrotizing enterocolitis in very low birth weight infants. The results of clinical trials in which probiotics were used to treat childhood Helicobacter pylori gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and infantile colic, as well as to prevent childhood atopy, although encouraging, are preliminary and require further confirmation. Probiotics have not been proven to be beneficial in treating human cancers and Crohn disease. There are also safety concerns with the use of probiotics in infants and children who are immunocompromised or seriously ill. Prebiotics are supplements or foods that contain a nondigestible food ingredient that selectively stimulates the favorable growth and/or activity of indigenous probiotic bacteria. There is a paucity of clinical trials examining prebiotics in children, although there may be some long-term benefit of prebiotics for the prevention of atopic eczema and common infections in healthy infants. (Turk Arch Ped 2011; 46 Suppl: 59-64)
The need for cognition of Preschool Prospective Teachers and their views on the need for cognition
Emel Tok
International Journal of Human Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Recently, thinking has been evaluated as a learnable skill and lots of approaches to developing thinking have been put forward. For this reason, there has been some environments established that develops thinking, which provide practicing of their skills, by evaluating students' cognitive capacity in teaching situations. It is important for individuals to be eager in the exercises that are based on thinking to use their thinking structures effectively. The feature of eagerness in exercises that are based on thinking has been defined as the need for cognition by Cacioppo and Petty (1982). According to Cacioppo and Petty (1982), the need for cognition, is the tendency of seeking effortful thinking processes and enjoying those processes in persons (cited in Gülg z, Sadowski, 1995). The needs for cognition involve the qualifications about teaching profession. Since the detection of need for cognition levels of preschool prospective teachers in the first class will lead the way to the teaching studies in later periods, it is thought that, in research, identification of the need for cognition levels of first class preschool prospective teachers and their views on the need for cognition is important. The aim of the research is identification of the need for cognition levels of preschool prospective teachers and views directed to the need for cognition. In this framework, answers were sought for these questions in research: 1. What are the levels of need for cognition of preschool prospective teachers? 2. What are the views of preschool prospective teachers on the need for cognition? In research, to decide the levels of need for cognition of prospective teachers, quantitative, and to decide the views for the need for cognition, qualitative research techniques have been facilitated. 116 first class prospective teachers, who study at Pamukkale University, in Faculty of Education, Preschool Education Department, have formed the research group. Need for Cognition (Cacioppo, Petty & Kao, 1984 adapted to Turkish by Gülg z & Sadowski, 1995) Measure has been applied to those students. For 51 students, who selected among 116 prospective teachers, a five open ended questionnaire form has been generated by the researcher to identify their views on the need for cognition. Questions in this form have been prepared by considering the definitions that explains the term "need for cognition". In this research, to identify the levels of the need for cognition of students in the analysis of data, descriptive statistical values of collected data have been determined. In the evaluat
A Study for Brucellosis Seroprevelance in Agri
Duran Tok,Omer Coskun
TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin , 2009,
Abstract: AIM: We evaluated retrospectively laboratory test results of 520 patient who has brucellosis suspect between 2002-2004 years. METHOD: We use to Rose-Bengal test, Wright agglutination test and the other laboratory results and demographic properties for diagnosis. RESULTS: Rose-Bengal test was positive in 39 patients (11.3 %) sera. Wright agglutination test was found positive for 1/160 or higher titers in 18 (3.4%) sera. CONCLUSION: Wright agglutination test gave higher positive results in summer and autumn months. [TAF Prev Med Bull. 2009; 8(6): 485-488]
Antibiotics Susceptibility of the Microorganisms which Reproducing the Culture of Patients with Chronic Otitis Media
Duran Tok,Omer Coskun
TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin , 2010,
Abstract: AIM: Study; we aimed the isolation of bacteria and establishment of their susceptibility to antibiotics in patients diagnosed as Chronic Supurative Otitis Media. METHOD: Sixty-three patients were included in the study. The samples of suppurative material were cultured. Antibiotic susceptibility testing was performed as recommended by Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) and species was identified. RESULTS: S.aureus was isolated in 36,5 % of the 63 patients enrolled in the study. For this bacterium, increased rates of resistance to antibiotics penicillin G, ampicillin /sulbactam, gentamicin, amicacin ve TMP/SMX are detected. The other mostly isolated bacteria are P. aeruginosa (32.69%) and E. coli (23.07%) in turn. P. aeruginosa showed increased ratio of resistance to ceftriaxone, cefuroxime, amicacin, gentamicin, ampicillin, TMP/SMX and amoxicillin/clavulanate and also E. coli showed increased rates of resistance to gentamicin, ampicillin, ampicillin /sulbactam and amoxicillin/clavulanate. CONCLUSION: We consider Chronic Supurative Otitis Media therapy regarding antimicrobial susceptibility rates will be more rational and satisfying. [TAF Prev Med Bull 2010; 9(1): 51-54]
The Vaginal Colonization of Group B Streptococci in Pregnants at the Last Trimester
Duran Tok,Gurkan Mert
TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin , 2010,
Abstract: AIM: In this study, it was aimed to determine of the frequency of Group B Streptococcus which may cause health problems in pregnancy and intrauterine period, during the third trimester. METHOD: Vaginal cultures received from 50 pregnant mothers during the third trimester and Group B Streptococcus research was conducted. Group B Streptococcus were identified by analyzing swap samples received from participants. RESULTS: Particularly affects newborn babies and can cause serious infections group B streptococci in 2 patients (4%) were determined. CONCLUSION: Regular vaginal culture in pregnant third trimester screening be done, with evaluation of risk factors and treatment practices will reduce risk of infection in infants is considered. [TAF Prev Med Bull 2010; 9(2): 123-126]
THE SYMPOSIUM FOR TUNCA KONTANTAMER / TUNCA KORTANTAMER HATIRASINA SEMPOZYUM
Vedat Ali TOK
Turkish Studies , 2007,
Abstract: TUNCA KORTANTAMER HATIRASINA SEMPOZYUM
CONSONANT MODIFICATION BASED ON ACCENT IN THE CITY OF DENIZLI’S DIALECTS / DEN ZL L A IZLARINDA VURGUYA DAYALI üNSüZ DüSMES
Dr. Turgut TOK
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: Denizli and its locality are one of the regions thatmust be researched with regard to the special features ofdialect. In the dialect of the region, the features of theWestern group historical Turk idioms still continue.Sometimes it is met with the features of the EasternTurkish. At the same time, dialects of region are closely related with the living Turkish dialects. In general, as theregion has an Oghuz-Turcoman-Yuruk residences, thefeatures of sound and forms of these clans are seen indialects.The study named as “Consonant modificationbased on accent in the city of Denizli’s dialects” has beendone basically by collecting texts from 19 countiesincluding centre of county. Texts are collected from total167 residences.Consonant modification based on accent in thecity of Denizli’s dialects is seen in the consonants such as-k-, - -, -l-, -r-, -tnap ce’lē“ne yapacaklar”, ocu’lūmda“ ocuklu umda”, ē’ke “erke ”, du’muslā “tutmuslar”.We can also see examples in which the accent ison the binary consonants such as -ft-, -lk-, -lt-, -rt i’lik“ iftlik”, a’m s “kalkm s”, a’m s “altm s”.
RELATIONS OF PATIENT-PHYSICION IN THE OTTOMAN PERIOD / OSMANLI D NEMI HEKIM-HASTA ILISKILERI
Dr. ?zen TOK
Turkish Studies , 2008,
Abstract: The aim of this study is to examine the relations of patientphysicionin the Ottoman period. This paper will also deal with therole of physicion in cases related to justice in Ottoman period. Thisstudy is based on the judical records of Kayseri in the seventeenth andeighteenth centuries. According to this records, the consent documentswhich was a patient-physicians contract approved by the judge. In thisconsents the name of the patient and the physicion, adresses, name ofthe disease, proposed surgical technique, surgeons fee got to bementioned.
A Patient Presenting with Concurrent Testis Torsion and Epididymal Leiomyoma
E. Arpali,A. Tok
Case Reports in Urology , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/485165
Abstract: Leiomyomas are the second most common tumors of epididymis. Patients with leiomyomas are sometimes misdiagnosed with testicular tumors. A Case of a patient with a scrotal mass presenting with testicular torsion is reported. Concurrent occurrence of testicular torsion and epididymal leiomyoma is an extremely rare condition. 1. Introduction Leiomyomas may arise from any tissue that contains smooth muscle. In genitourinary system, their most common locations are mentioned to be uterus and renal capsule [1]. Epididymal leiomyomas are well-defined intrascrotal tumors with a fibrous capsule [1]. Although they are slowly growing tumors which tend to occur in adult age, patients with young age have been reported [1, 2]. These rare benign intrascrotal tumors may lead to orchiectomies because of suspicion of testicular malignity. However, testis torsion due to these paratesticular tumors has never been reported. 2. Case Report A 42 year-old man presented to emergency department because of sudden left scrotal pain and a scrotal mass. He stated that he had had the mass for one year but the pain had started 4 hours ago and gradually increased. He defined the pain as sharp and continuous in nature which radiated to left inguinal region. Past medical history of the patient was unremarkable. Physical examination revealed a tender, erythematous right scrotum with a nontransilluminating mass of 4?cm which was contiguous to testis. Routine laboratory tests, including total blood count, blood biochemistry, and urinalysis showed no pathologic results. Testicular tumor markers (alfa-fetoprotein, beta human chorionic gonadotropin) were also evaluated owing to the palpated testicular mass. However, the results were within normal limits. Scrotal doppler ultrasonography assessment indicated findings consistent with a solid scrotal mass and concurrent testis torsion but the origin of the mass, whether testis or epididymis, could not be delineated. The patient was informed and prepared for an operation with the prediagnosis of testicular torsion and testis tumor. An inguinal approach was preferred for observation of testis and paratesticular structures. On gross examination during operation the mass was observed to be fixed to both testis and epididymis and radical orchiectomy was performed. Gross pathological examination revealed a white mass in which a whorled pattern could be easily observed on the cut surface (Figure 1). Microscopic evaluation of the material showed interlacing uniform spindle cells without cellular atypia or mitosis (Figure 2). The materials were also desmin
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