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Endovenous laser with miniphlebectomy for treatment of varicose veins and effect of different levels of laser energy on recanalization. A single center experience
Investigation of the safety and efficacy of EVLA with different levels of laser energy in patients with varicose veins secondary to saphenous vein reflux found it seems a good alternative to surgery by the application of energy of not less than 80 J/cm. Expand
Saphenous vein diameter is a single risk factor for early recanalization after endothermal ablation of incompetent great saphenous vein
- C. Kemaloğlu
- 16 March 2019
Both EVLA and RFA methods are effective in treating GSV reflux, and compared to the EVLA, less ecchymosis occurs after RFA procedures. Expand
Nanofat grafting under a split-thickness skin graft for problematic wound management
- C. Kemaloğlu
- 20 February 2016
Combined grafting for problematic wounds seems to be a useful technique for cases requiring reconstruction, and the potential existence of stem cells may be responsible for the successful result in a 35-year-old female patient. Expand
A Comparison of Diced Cartilage Grafts Wrapped in Perichondrium Versus Fascia
Overall, the findings show that cartilage graftswrapped in perichondrium led to higher chondrocyte viability and graft survival rates as compared with grafts wrapped in fascia. Expand
Outcomes and Readmissions After Continuous Flow Left Ventricular Assist Device: Heartmate II Versus Heartware Ventricular Assist Device.
- O. Tuncer, C. Kemaloğlu, O. Erbasan, I. Gölbaşi, C. Türkay, Ö. Bayezid
- Transplantation proceedings
- 1 July 2016
The Heartmate II and Heartware are comparable in most respects such as survival, intraoperative features, and major complications; the Heartware has a better 1-year survival rate, although the difference was not significant. Expand
The alar rim flap: a novel technique to manage malpositioned lateral crura.
The alar rim flap technique is effective for the correction of malpositioned lateral crura and external valve insufficiency and experienced aesthetic and functional improvements after rhinoplasty with the alar Rim flap technique. Expand
Thrombosis in Continuous Flow Left Ventricular Assist Devices: Our Clinical Experience With Medical and Surgical Management.
Avoiding increased mean arterial blood pressures and ensuring optimal anticoagulation may help to decrease pump thrombosis. Expand
Pulmonary artery obstruction due to papillary fibroelastoma on the pulmonary valve: a rare cardiac tumor.
- A. Mete, O. Erbasan, C. Kemaloğlu, I. Ozbudak, C. Turkay
- The Thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon
- 24 February 2009
This work presents a rare case of a papillary fibroelastoma occurring on the pulmonary valve with clinical presentation due to pulmonary artery obstruction and the tumor was removed surgically. Expand
Comparative Outcomes of Inferior Pedicle and Superomedial Pedicle Technique With Wise Pattern Reduction in Gigantomastic Patients
This study shows that the inferior pedicle is not superior to the superomedial pedicle technique with Wise patern skin excision in gigantomastic patients, and bottoming-out has occurred in each of the groups with time. Expand
A decision-making guide for the closure of myelomeningocele skin defects with or without primary repair.
- C. Kemaloğlu, İ. Özyazgan, Ömer Faruk Ünverdi
- Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics
- 22 April 2016
The effectiveness of a decision-making guide to determine whether to use primary repair or a flap for the closure of skin defects that occur in myelomeningocele repair is evaluated. Expand