Ahmet Kalaycioğlu

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An accessory muscle (flexor digitorum longus accessorius) was encountered in the deep posterior compartment of both legs of a 57-year-old male cadaver. The muscle originated with two heads from the medial margin of the tibia, lateral margin of the fibula, posterior intermuscular septum and the deep fascia at the distal part of the leg. Both heads came(More)
In the study, stereological, histological, and anatomical techniques were used to investigate structural and morphometrical features of anencephalic and normal fetal kidneys. Twenty human fetal kidneys (5 male and 5 female anencephalic fetuses, and 5 male and 5 female normal fetuses) at gestational ages 30 to 35 weeks were examined. Our study used two basic(More)
Bacterial DNA gyrase enzyme plays a role in replication, transcription, recombination and repair. Escherichia coli gyrase enzyme is composed of two types of subunit, the gyr A and gyr B gene products called subunit A and B. Each type of subunit can be inhibited with temperature-sensitive mutations or by treating cells with specific antibiotic. Quinolones(More)
Cubital tunnel syndrome (CuTS) is the second most common compression neuropathy in the arm, but the existence of a compressive cause has not been determined conclusively and the majority of the cases are idiopathic. In this paper, involvement sides of limbs of patients with cubital tunnel syndrome were studied. Between October 2008 and December 2011, the(More)
The aim of this study is to test the glomerular and other quantitative parameters of kidneys of anencephalic fetuses and comparing those to "normal" fetuses. In this study, 20 kidneys of human fetuses (5 boys and 5 girls of anencephalic fetus, and 5 boys and 5 girls of normal fetus), at gestational ages of 25-30 weeks, were examined. This study is based on(More)
Anterior tibial compartment syndrome was developed due to pyomyositis in a 33-year-old male patient with rheumatoid arthritis while receiving steroid therapy during the follow-up period. The preoperative physical examination, laboratory findings, MRI images, intraoperative observation and postoperative histopathological examinations confirmed the(More)
The increased rate of mutation in E. coli strains, containing mutator gene mutH21, which followed loss of F factor in H2110 and KL398 mut - was not seen with the parent H2. It was likely that the effect specific for the mutH phenotype. This effect may have been due to a further mutation on the F-prime, Thus a different non mutagenised F-prime, Col factor(More)
A 14 year old boy with proximal focal femoral deficiency (PFFD) on left side, contralateral hip dysplasia in association with ulnar hypoplasia and cleft hand was seen our clinic one year ago. From our research, despite it is atypical presentation, this case in a broad context conforms with the femoral-fibula-ulna complex (FFU). This boy was born to healthy(More)
An accessory muscle and a muscular bundle were found and prepared in both forearms of a 55-year-old male cadaver. On the left side, the accessory muscle-originated from the medial aspect of the extensor carpi radialis brevis (ECRB) muscle, coursed downwards, crossed posterior to the tendon of ECRB, passed through the second chamber of the extensor(More)
BACKGROUND/AIM Facial nerve paralysis is the most worrying parotid surgery complication. Little attention has been paid to the facial nerve trunk, especially in children. Pathological variations, tumors, and anatomic variations of the facial nerve may cause parotid and facial nerve surgery difficulties. This study describes the facial nerve trunk. (More)