Soner Tatlidede's research while affiliated with Sisli Etfal Training and Research Hospital and other places

Publications (37)

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Objectives: Ischaemic preconditioning and postconditioning, which consist of one or a series of short ischaemic events. This study aimed to determine the efficiency of post-conditioning a flap in the minimisation of flap loss after a preconditioned skin flap. Methods: The rats were divided into five groups: sham group, control group, pre-con gro...
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Botulinum toxin prevents acetylcholine release at motor nerve terminals. Group B vitamins (B-vit) are essential for proper nerve function. The present study addresses the question of whether B-vit accelerate recovery in rat skeletal muscle after botulinum toxin A (Btx-A) injection. Forty-four adult male Wistar albino rats were used in this experime...
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Nasal dermoid cysts are one of the most frequent congenital pathologic lesions of the nasal area. These lesions may have intracranial extensions without any clinical evidence, which can be explained by the pathophysiologic development of the lesion, thought to be related to a delay or pause during the separation period of the dura and skin during e...
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Diabetes mellitus and chemotherapy use are well-known factors that can affect success after microvascular repair. Although many studies have investigated each factor individually, no study exists on their combined effect. The aim of our study was to investigate the effects of preoperative vinblastine, a vinca alkaloid, on the healing of microvascul...
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While dermal substitutes can mitigate scarring and wound contraction, a significant drawback of current dermal replacement technologies is the apparent delay in vascular ingrowth compared with conventional skin grafts. Herein, we examined the effect of the chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1 (SDF-1) on the performance of a porous collagen-glyco...
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Nasal edema and volume changes are unavoidable processes during the healing period after rhinoplasty. Various applications were reported regarding the prevention of early edema; however, the literature shows no study focused on the course of the nasal edema and volume changes up-to-date. We aimed to study the nasal volume changes during the first y...
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Various reconstruction techniques, using the remaining lip or the adjacent cheek tissue, have been described for the repair of lower lip defects. With these techniques, microstomia, commissural distortion, functional insufficiency, and sensorial loss might be observed. The authors describe a technique of lower lip reconstruction with preservation o...
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Ischemia reperfusion injury is a well-known phenomenon affecting skin flap viability. One method to improve flap viability is ischemic preconditioning. Previous murine flap models used random flaps. We developed a single pedicle island skin flap which allows us to create true ischemia by clamping the single pedicle. Our first aim was to describe a...
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The use of cameras in the operating room is increasing. However, there is not always a free person or an assistant who is familiar with your camera. In order to take faster and high quality photographs in the operating room, we use under water camera cases. These cases are produced for each type of camera and can be gas sterilized prior to operatio...
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One of the main steps for satisfactory breast reconstruction is symmetrical nipple reconstruction in an ideal position and projection. Various techniques, using cartilage, bone, fat, and even hydroxyapatite crystals, have been proposed to overcome projection loss in late term. We present a new nipple reconstruction technique performed in 6 cases. I...
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Most orofacial clefts are nonsyndromic, isolated defects, and are classified into two groups: cleft lip (CL) with or without cleft palate and cleft palate (CP) only. Both are genetically complex traits, the genetic cause is stil elusive, it is genetically complex and enviromental factors are also responsible for the pathogenesis. Epithelial transfo...
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Lipoblastoma and lipoblastomatosis are rare benign mesenchymal tumors of childhood and infancy (4,9,16,19). These tumors are most frequently located at the body and extremities. Head and neck localizations are reported to be rare (7). In this report, we present a one-year-old case with cervico-axillary lipoblastomatosis that showed recurrence after...
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Ischiatic, femoral and tibial nerves are commonly utilized in the studies of peripheral nerve surgery in rats. The authors present a new nerve-muscle unit model in which the nerve is distal enough to minimize morbidity and the muscle is convenient for all electromyographic studies. Twenty-five Wistar-Albino rats were used. In the control group; nor...
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Sialoblastoma is a rare congenital epithelial tumor of the salivary gland that is diagnosed at birth or shortly thereafter with significant variability in histologic range and clinical course; hence, for an individual case, it may be difficult to predict the most appropriate therapy [Cancer 1972;30:459-69; Pediatr Pathol 1988;8:447-52; Br J Plast S...
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To repair a urethrovaginal defect in childhood is a challenge for a pediatric surgeon. Martius fat-pad flap repair is being used in women successfully. Here, we report 2 girls who had Martius repair for their urethrovaginal defects. Topical estriol and asiaticoside perineally were administered for preoperative 3 weeks to reinforce the tissues. Mart...
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Although laser depilation has been performed for removal or reduction of unwanted and dark-colored hair in recent years, techniques including the appropriate approaches for different skin types and body areas have not yet been optimized. We review the principles of laser hair removal and report a retrospective study of 322 patients who received lon...
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Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the second most common skin cancer in humans. Because the incidence of metastasis from SCC of the skin is rare, regional lymphadenectomy is generally not recommended for the patients with clinically node-negative disease. However, in patients with an intermediate and high risk of metastasis, evaluation of the lymph...
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For years, various types of fascial flaps have been used in clinical practice; however, there are many unanswered questions regarding their basic physiology, anatomy and histopathologic changes occurring after transfer. Simple and reliable flap models are needed to investigate these questions, but very few of these flap models have been described i...
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Aim: To repair a urethrovaginal defect in childhood is a challenge for a pediatric surgeon and treatment options are limited. Martius flap is a labial fat pad flap with a pudental vascular supply. Interposition of this flap between urethra and vagina provides a supportive tissue with a good blood supply. Here we report two girls who had Martius rep...
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Reconstructive microsurgical procedures are getting more common in cancer patients. Adjuvant therapies, such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and immune therapy, are usually combined with surgical approaches to improve outcomes. This study was designed to investigate the effects of preoperative chemotherapy on healing in microvascular anastomosis. As...

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... Based on the above, RIC is considered a simple, non-pharmacologic, and noninvasive strategy to improve flap survival. Indeed, several experimental studies have confirmed that survival of the transferred tissue improved with RIC in animal models [19][20][21] . In pigs, RIC reduced the infarct area of the latissimus dorsi, gracilis, and rectus abdominis muscle flaps following sustained I/R injury 19 . ...
... They also found that there is no significant difference present in paraoxonase 1 enzyme activity in the parents of both groups. 17 Several studies have shown that PON1 has a major role in the detoxification of OP compounds. Araoud et al showed that PON1 activity in workers exposed to pesticides was positively correlated with serum BChE activity. ...
... The retractor is an apparatus used in every hospital or clinic to open the affected part for the purpose of securing space around the treatment spot for clear view and smooth operation, when the affected part is located deep in a human body. Medical Retractors are traction apparatus for medical purposes and have diverse types depending on operations and cases [1]. ...
... S tahl ear is a rare congenital auricular anomaly where a third crus extends across the upper scaphoid fossa. 1 It is more common in Asian populations 2,3 and is bilateral in 20% of cases. 3 Beyond the neonatal period, management of Stahl ear is surgical. ...
... patency [1][2][3][4]. Dextran, heparin, low-molecular-weight heparin, and steroids are commonly administered in clinical practice to prevent thrombus formation. Several drugs, including vinblastine, sildenafil, and botulinum toxin, have been used to increase anastomosis patency in experimental studies; however, the clinical applications of these drugs are currently limited [1,2,5,6]. ...
... The dosage of Btx-A was determined according to the preliminary experiments conducted by the senior author. 29 Intramuscular Btx-A or saline was applied to the middle third of the gastrocnemius muscle with a 33-gauge needle and perivascular Btx-A, and saline was applied to the loose connective tissue around the vessels with 33-gauge needles. The waiting period for the infusion of either Btx-A or saline was 3 minutes for the tissues to dissolve the injections. ...
... психологическими проблемами (известно название такого носа -нос ведьмы [6] в связи со значительным увеличением и опущением его кончика) . ...
... Furthermore, previous studies have found detrimental effects of AGEs in growth factor activities that are critical to the normal wound healing process, including epidermal growth factor, 13 keratinocyte growth factor, 14 and stromal cell-derived factor 1 (SDF1). 11,15 Among growth factors whose activities are impaired in diabetic chronic wounds, SDF1 is known to play a critical role in vascularization, 16,17 cell migration, 18 and proliferation. 19 Sarkar et al. reported that exogenous application of SDF1 in combination with a dermal skin substitute enhanced reepithelialization of dermal wounds in wild-type mice, 16 suggesting exogenous SDF1 as a potential treatment for diabetic chronic wounds since the expression of SDF1 is decreased in the latter. ...
... 10 The alexandrite laser is a solid state laser that emits at 755 nm, which allows for a greater depth of penetration, but with more melanin absorption compared to other laser systems. 11 The use of cooling devices allow the laser operator to deliver effective energy to the dermal target while protecting the epidermis from thermal injury. Although effective, they could be associated with pain and side effects including erythema, perifollicular edema, hypo/hyperpigmentation, vesicle, crusting and burns, especially when treating dark or tanned skin. ...
... For the CI/R experiments, we used a previously described single pedicle skin flap mouse model of acute CI/R [20]. Mice were anesthetized by isoflurane. ...