Derya Atamturk

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This study intends to determine if the sex of an individual can be identified by foot lengths, shoe lengths, and/or footprints. For this purpose, foot length, foot breadth, and foot heel breadth of 506 subjects, comprising 253 females and 253 males ranging from 17.56 to 82.92 years of age, were taken. In addition, the footprints (length, breadth, and heel(More)
OBJECTIVES The deformities of flatfoot (pes planus) and high arch (pes cavus) are serious health problems causing gait and postural defects in all age groups. The aim of this study was to seek relationships of these two deformities with main anthropometric variables in adults. METHODS This study was carried out in 516 community individuals (253 males, 263(More)
The use of technology in the treatment of degenerative spinal diseases has undergone rapid clinical and scientific development. It has been extensively studied in combination with various techniques for spinal stabilization from both the anterior and posterior approach. Minimally invasive and instrumental approach via posterior fixation is increasingly(More)
The measurements of feet and footprints are especially important in forensic identification, as they have been used to predict the body height and weight of victims or suspects. It can be observed that the subjects of forensic-oriented studies are generally young adults. That is to say, researchers rarely take into consideration the body's proportional(More)
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