Cengiz Eser

Cengiz Eser
Cukurova University | CU · Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery

Associate Professor

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October 2017 - November 2017
Cukurova University
Position
  • Professor
April 2012 - present
Cukurova University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (49)
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Amaç: Bası ülserlerinin onarımı için birçok seçenek rapor edilmekle birlikte iskial bası ülserlerinin onarımında hala ideal bir yöntem bulunmamaktadır. Bu çalışmanın amacı; iskial bası ülseri nedeniyle gracilis kas flebi ve fasyokutan flep kombinasyonuyla onarım yapılan ve sadece lokal fasyokutan fleplerle onarım yapılan iki ayrı hasta grubunun yar...
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Background: The aim of the study is to make epidemiologic analysis of pediatric maxillafacial traumas and discuss the mechanisms of injury, etiology, treatment approaches and complications by comparing with adult maxillofacial traumas. Method: Pediatric maxillofacial trauma patients who presented to the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aes...
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BPurpose: This study aimed to analyze epidemiology and the treatment approaches for pediatric maxillofacial trauma patients who presented to the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgery during 5 years period. Materials and Methods: Age and gender distributions of the patients were determined. Duration of hospitalization, etiolog...
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Background Reconstruction of Achilles tendon and the overlying tissue defects is a challenging undertaking. The spectrum of available repair methods range from secondary healing to use of free flaps. The aim of this study is to discuss reconstruction options and to help the surgeon to select reliable approach to achieve favorable outcomes. Method...
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Background: Reconstruction of Achilles tendon and the overlying tissue defects is a challenging undertaking. The spectrum of available repair methods range from secondary healing to use of free flaps. Method: In this study, we retrospectively evaluated 14 patients who underwent reconstruction of Achilles region defect between 2016 and 2019 at a sin...
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Background War injuries differ from other injuries owing to the large tissue defects they cause and their high risk of contamination. As fragments scattered by high‐energy firearms and explosives cause serious composite tissue damage, repair of such injuries is difficult and requires a long treatment period. We discuss the treatment methods used fo...
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Background: The reconstruction of defects is a major area of interest in plastic surgery. Tissues are expanded to extend the tissue surface area and to prepare more reliable perforator flaps. Objectives: Because expanded perforator flaps have become more popular, the aim of this study is to determine the response of the perforator artery to tiss...
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Orthognathic surgery involves surgical manipulation of the facial skeleton to restore the proper anatomic and functional relationship in patients with dentofacial anomalies. Such surgery corrects severe facial bone, soft tissue deformities. We aimed to evaluate the correlation between maxillo-mandibular alterations and soft tissue effects secondary...
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Objective: To determine the effects of N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and melatonin, alone and in combination, on McFarlane flap viability in a rat model. Methods: Forty Wistar rats were divided into four groups and received daily intraperitoneal injections for one week before surgery: control (sham [n=10]); melatonin (n=10); NAC (n=10); and NAC+melaton...
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Purpose: Neck defects usually occur after burn contracture release and benign or malignant neck tumor excisions. Frequently used neck skin reconstruction methods are skin grafting, Z-Plasties, skin pedicled or perforator flaps, and free flaps. Pre-expanded perforator skin flaps are useful options for skin defect reconstructions. Pre-expansion of th...
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Objective: Nicolau syndrome, synonymously livedo-like dermatitis or embolia cutis medicamentosa is a rare complication of drug injection leading to locoregional necrosis of the skin, adipose and muscular tissue. Underlying physiopathology is not well unserstood and there is no standart guideline for its management. However, after the demarcation of...
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Reconstruction of gunshot-inflicted composite lower face defects is a challenge for plastic surgeons. Functional and aesthetic repair of such defects mostly requires free or pedicled flap applications or combinations of both.In this study, the authors evaluated 7 males with gunshot-inflicted composite mandibular defects. All patients underwent reco...
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High voltage electrical injury can disrupt the vascular system and lead to extremity amputations. It is important to protect main vessels from progressive burn necrosis in order to salvage a limb. The brachial artery should be totally isolated from the burned area by a muscle flap to prevent vessel disruption. In this study, we report the use of a...
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Objective: One of the most common encountered problems in free flap surgeries is anastomotic thrombosis. The mean platelet volume (MPV) may indicate the concentration of intra-platelet proactive substances and the thrombogenic potential of the platelets. MPV is used as a clinical monitoring index in routine blood counts, it has not yet been effect...
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Objective: Even though there are many reliable data that deal with orthognatic surgery, there is very little information about patient satisfaction. When evaluating the success of the surgery, clinicians usually take postoperative occlusion and cephalometric measurements into consideration. However for the patietns, aesthetic appearence is as impor...
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Introduction: Elastofibroma dorsi is a rare clinical situation mostly encountered as a non-tender solid mass in inferior margin of scapula, typically in elder women. It is accepted as a pseudotumor. Case Presentation: 55 year-old female patient complaining from a mass in her back, painful with shoulder movement is presented. The patient was referre...
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Bilateral cleft lip and palate repair usually requires secondary corrective intentions. Abbe flap is a useful option and has many modifications for revision surgeries of cleft lip nose deformities. Study evaluated a 23-year-old woman for secondary cleft lip nose correction. The authors performed a composite Abbe flap, which included mental bone for...
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Objective: The reconstruction of complex lower leg and foot defects is difficult for plastic surgeons. The distally based sural flap (DBSF) is an option for non-free flap lower leg reconstruction. However, one of the major drawbacks of the DBSF is its aesthetically non-acceptable donor area scarring. Materials and methods: Eight patients (six me...
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Background: High voltage electrical injuries can cause devastating results especially in distal extremities. Although free flaps are the golden standards for the reconstruction of these defects, sometimes local flap alternatives are more useful. One of the most favorable local flap is distally based sural flap (DBSF), which can be used in cross-le...
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Background: The management of a high voltage electrical injury and lower limb salvage remains a challenging task for plastic surgeons. Reconstruction with flaps is often the only alternative to limb amputation. The purpose of this study was to present a cross flow-through pedicle free latissimus dorsi muscle flap for the salvage of severely trauma...
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Introduction Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC) is a rare congenital disorder. The purpose of this study was to present outcomes of tissue expander application for scalp reconstruction in extensive ACC. Patient/Methods In this retrospective study, medical records were reviewed for six patients who underwent serial tissue expander application for scalp r...
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Z Bu yazıda enfekte vasküler greft veya femoral damarları ile kasık yaralarının tedavisinde sarmal kas flebinin uygulandığı yeni bir yöntem sunuldu. Beş hastaya periferik arter hastalığı (n=3) veya yüksek enerjili ateşli silah yaralanması (n=2) nedeniyle sarmal vertikal rektus abdominis kas flebi içeren ameliyatlar yapıldı. Ateşli silah yaralanması...
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non melanoma skin cancers. Because of less exposure to ultraviolet light in perianal and genital regions, BCC is seen rarely in these areas. It is rarely seen in perianal and genital regions where non U.V. exposed areas. In this case report a fifty years old patient who had an ulcerated lesion on his left perianal region for nearly ten years was ev...
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The case of a 25-year-old male with a facial gunshot wound is reported. A free fibula flap was performed for facial reconstruction. At 48h after the operation, a thrombotic event was observed in the anastomosis. A distal arteriovenous (AV) fistula was performed to regulate the blood flow in the flap, and a combination of flaps (forehead flap and in...
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Reconstruction of medial canthal defects after tumour excision is difficult owing to the thin skin of the region and the concavity of the anatomical landmarks, which enclose complex structures such as the medial canthal ligament and the lacrimal system. Local reconstruction methods for this region include secondary healing, full-thickness skin graf...
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Breast hypoplasia may have a congenital or acquired etiology. One of the acquired reasons is postinfectious scars, which results in skin restriction and breast hypoplasia in the long term. Reconstruction of breast hypoplasia is performed by autologous tissues, implants, or both. In this report we present a hypoplastic breast reconstruction by subcu...
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Electricity is an indispensable part of a comfortable modern life. However, multipurpose electricity use in daily life increases the risks of accidents, injury or death. High-voltage (>1000 volts) electrical burns cause the greatest tissue damage and sequelae, as well as the largest number of deaths. To minimize the functional effects caused by del...
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Background Reconstruction of medial canthal defects after tumour excision is difficult owing to the thin skin of the region and the concavity of the anatomical landmarks, which enclose complex structures such as the medial canthal ligament and the lacrimal system. Local reconstruction methods for this region include secondary healing, full-thicknes...
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The purpose of this study is to repair total or near-total lower eyelid defects by single-staged operative technique. The procedure was performed on 7 referred patients who had a total or near-total lower eyelid defects after tumor extirpation or trauma. Patients ages were between 13 and 67 years (average, 46.5). Defects were repaired by simultaneo...
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The amount of postoperative maxillary relapse of two different bone graft materials after Le Fort I osteotomy were compared in this study. The aim of this study is to compare postoperative maxillary relapse rates using heterologous and autologous graft materials after Le Fort I osteotomy. A total of 80 patients who had developmental malocclusion we...
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Amaç: Bu çalışmanın amacı, travmatik nazal deformasyonlu hastalarda, solunum fonksiyonlarını arttırmak ve deformasyonu düzeltmek amaçlı uygulanan osteotomili ve osteotomisiz açık septorinoplasti yöntemlerinin, fonksiyonel sonuçlarının karşılaştırılmasıdır. Materyal ve Metod: Prospektif ve klinik olarak planlanan bu çalışmada, 2007-2009 yılları aras...
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The double cleft earlobe is a rare earlobe deformation. The most common causes of cleft earlobe are earring or piercing tear injuries and trauma. In this study, the cases of five patients (all women) attending the clinic between 2010 and 2013 suffering from a unilateral traumatic complete double earlobe cleft as a result of an earring injury were e...
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Hand burn scar contractures affect patients in aesthetic and functional aspects. After releasing these scars, the defects should be repaired. The reconstruction methods include primary suturation, Z plasty, skin grafting, local or free flaps, etc. All methods have their own advantages and disadvantages. One of the most useful flaps is the reverse u...
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Purpose: The aim in this study is to compare the functional results of open septorhinoplasty with and without osteotomies performed with the aim of increasing respiratory functions and healing the deformations in patients with traumatic nasal deformations. Material and Methods: In this prospective and clinical study, 26 patients with traumatic nasa...
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Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common type of non melanoma skin cancers. Because of less exposure to ultraviolet light in perianal and genital regions, BCC is seen rarely in these areas. It is rarely seen in perianal and genital regions where non U.V. exposed areas. In this case report a fifty years old patient who had an ulcerated lesion o...
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Z Bu yazıda enfekte vasküler greft veya femoral damarları ile kasık yaralarının tedavisinde sarmal kas flebinin uygulandığı yeni bir yöntem sunuldu. Beş hastaya periferik arter hastalığı (n=3) veya yüksek enerjili ateşli silah yaralanması (n=2) nedeniyle sarmal vertikal rektus abdominis kas flebi içeren ameliyatlar yapıldı. Ateşli silah yaralanması...
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Injury due to high-voltage (>1000 V) electricity is one of the most challenging problems in emergency medicine and plastic surgery. Extremity amputation because of electrical injury yields a stump that leaves vital structures, such as bone, muscle, blood vessels, and nerves, exposed; these structures should be covered with appropriate tissue. We de...
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Purpose: Application of tramadol by intravenous patient controlled analgesia (PCA) is a routine method for controlling postoperative pain in the breast reduction operations. It was aimed to compare the efficacy of preemptive oral gabapentin/tramadol and parasetamol/tramadol combination usage on the postoperatif tramadol consumption in patients unde...
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ZET Alt göz kapağında tümör eksizyonu veya travma sonrası oluşan defektlerin rekonstrüksiyonu, gözün korunması açısından çok önemlidir ve özellik arz eder. Bu çalışmada amaç, alt göz kapak defektlerinde uyguladığımız teknikleri değerlendirmektir. 1999-2009 yıllar arası 21'i tümör eksiyonu 2'si ise travma sonrası oluşan toplam 23 hastada alt göz kap...
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ZET Serbest doku aktarımları, mikrocerrahi alanındaki gelişmelere paralel olarak uygulama sıklığı artan güncel yaklaşımlardır. Bu çalışmada 1986-2004 yılları arasında Çukurova Üniversitesi Plastik, Rekonstrüktif ve Estetik Cerrahi Anabilim Dalında serbest vasküler fibula flebi ile mandibula onarımı gerçekleştirilen yüksek enerjili balistik yüz yara...

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