Ayhan Kilic

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INTRODUCTION Radiofrequency (RF) ablation of the slow pathway for treatment of atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) is conventionally performed during sinus rhythm. AIM To evaluate the clinical and electrophysiological features and the short- and long-term results of slow pathway RF ablation during ongoing AVNRT. MATERIAL AND METHODS A(More)
Fractures of talar body are rare and serious injuries and frequently seen in multiply injured and polytraumatised patients. The high variability of talar fractures, their relatively low incidence together with the high percentage of concomitant injuries makes treatment of these injuries a challenge to the surgeon.We treated three patients with talus body(More)
Rhythms that derive from parts of atria other than the sinus node are called premature atrial contractions (PACs). Vast majority of fetal PACs are idiopathic. Fetal PACs usually have a good prognosis and disappear spontaneously during pregnancy or after delivery. Development of fetal tachycardia or fetal bradycardia is rarely reported during follow-up of(More)
The 10 mm rat sciatic nerve defect model is commonly used to investigate new strategies to improve functional recovery with segmental nerve defects. However, a lack of standardization makes comparisons between studies difficult. The present study aims to evaluate a standardized experimental model that can minimize the number of animals required for(More)
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