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Femoral cartilage thickness measurements in healthy individuals: learning, practicing and publishing with TURK-MUSCULUS.
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Increased age (in both sexes) and absence of exercise (males) were found to be risk factors for decreased cartilage thicknesses and collaborative use of MSUS seems to be promising. Expand
Effects of different bladder management methods on the quality of life in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury
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The QoL was notably affected in SCI patients in IC-A group and negative effects on emotional status, physical and social activity limitations were observed, as well. Expand
Neurogenic bladder in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury: treatment and follow-up
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The most frequently used technique for bladder rehabilitation in patients with SCI was IC, and 63.2% of patients used anticholinergic drugs, oxybutynin being the most commonly used drug. Expand
Intermittent catheterization in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury: obstacles, worries, level of satisfaction
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Men’s most common obstacle was insufficient hand function while women’S was being unable to sit appropriately, and patients’ most common worries were being dependent on IC for life. Expand
Risk factors predicting upper urinary tract deterioration in patients with spinal cord injury: A retrospective study
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The objective was to determine the risk factors predicting upper urinary tract (UUT) deterioration in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI) and to establish a smoking cessation protocol for these patients. Expand
Low back pain among caregivers of spinal cord injured patients.
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Low back pain is common among caregivers of patients with spinal cord injury and is associated with duration of injury, level of injury), severity of injury; and functional level of the patient. Expand
Elbow problems in paraplegic spinal cord injured patients: frequency and related risk factors—a preliminary controlled study
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In this preliminary study, results showed that right elbow effusion was more frequent and right triceps tendon was thicker in SCI patients when compared with healthy subjects. Expand
Cross-sectional study of urinary problems in adults with cerebral palsy: awareness and impact on the quality of life
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Although the urinary problems are common in adult with CP, it is yet an overlooked condition that could affect quality of life and health care professionals, patients, and their caregivers should be aware of the increased risk of urinary problems in these patients. Expand
Post-stroke lower urinary system dysfunction and its relation with functional and mental status: a multicenter cross-sectional study
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LUTD is associated with poorer cognitive and functional status and the quality of life in stroke patients, and it is suggested that bladder dysfunction should not be overlooked during rehabilitation of stroke patients. Expand
Premenopozal Psoriasisli Hastalarda Serum 25 Hidroksi Vitamin D Düzeyinin Değerlendirilmesi Evaluation of Serum 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D Levels in Premenapousal Psoriasis Patients
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Serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels were not correlated with disease activity in patients with psoriasis, and similar low vitamin DLevels were found in healthy volunteers and premenopausal Psoriasis patients. Expand
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