Mine Can

Celal Bayar Üniversitesi, Saruhan, Manisa, Turkey

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    ABSTRACT: In this study, the long-term effects of mesh and its localisation (i.e. anterior or posterior) on testicular perfusion and testicular function were evaluated in groin hernia patients. Testicular function has been evaluated with spermiogram and testicular perfusion with colour Doppler ultrasonography. Group I: consisted of 30 posterior preperitoneal mesh repair patients Group II: consisted of 30 anterior tension-free repair patients. The operation types were randomised with a systematic sampling method. There was no statistically significant difference between pre-operative and postoperative spermiogram results for both groups. No statistically significant difference was found between the two groups in terms of Doppler flow parameters (PSV, EDV, RI and PI) for pre-operative, early and late postoperative periods. When Doppler flow parameters were compared for group I, statistically significant differences were found between pre-operative and early postoperative values. No statistically significant difference was found between pre-operative and late postoperative values. This is also true for early postoperative values versus late postoperative values. When Doppler flow parameters were compared for group II, statistically significant differences were found between pre-operative and early postoperative values. No statistically difference was found between pre-operative and late postoperative values. This is also true for early postoperative values versus late postoperative values. These results support the idea that inguinal mesh application is still a safe procedure in patients with no children or who are undergoing infertility treatment, where testicular function is important.
    Acta chirurgica Belgica 01/2003; 103(6):607-10. · 0.36 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Fibroadenomas comprise most of the benign breast lumps among young females and present as well circumscribed masses in the breast. Multiple fibroadenomas are not uncommon. But the presence of more than four fibroadenomas in one breast with recurrences at different time periods is rare. A case of multiple, bilateral and recurrent fibroadenomas (12 previously excised lesions, 17 gradually formed fibroadenomas during follow-up) in a 22-year-old nulliparous female who is still on clinical follow-up is presented. This unusual case is helpful to enlighten the difficulty which may take place in the management of such kind of recurrent multiple fibroadenomas of the breast in the adolescent nulliparous female.
    Indian Journal of Surgery (ISSN: 0972-2068) Vol 64 Num 6. 01/2002;

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  • 2003
    • Celal Bayar Üniversitesi
      • Department of Surgery
      Saruhan, Manisa, Turkey