Çağatay Zengin

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BACKGROUND We aimed to report the clinical and electrophysiological results of patients who were treated with an endoscopically assisted in situ release technique for cubital tunnel syndrome and to show safety and efficacy of this procedure. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twenty nine patients were included into the study. 13 patients (44.8%) were female, 16(More)
Loosening of the acetabular component is one of the compliations seen following total hip arthroplasty. It is seen at rates of –7% [1]. Dislocation is a serious complication and the most comon reason requiring revision surgery in the early and mid-term 2]. A 71-year-old male presented of the unusual and dangerous ocation in Hunter’s canal of the acetabular(More)
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