Hamit Soner Tatlıdede

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Anomalies of muscles of the upper extremity are frequently encountered and anatomic variations of the flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS) muscle-tendon unit are frequently reported by anatomists and clinicians. FDS anomalies can be in forms of tendon interconnections, substitution, absence or muscle belly variations and most of the times the anomalies of(More)
Skin expansion is one of the major developments in reconstructive surgery. The use of tissue expansion has been popularized among plastic surgeons and has become the treatment method of choice for many congenital and acquired defects in a wide variety of diseases in adults and then later in children. The authors analyze their clinical experience in the(More)
Xanthomas are tumors containing lipid-filled cells that can be seen on various regions of the body and are important clinical manifestations of disordered lipid metabolism [1, 2]. They are generally classified according to their locations and appearances. Tuberous xanthomas are nodular, firm, painless subcutaneous swellings that develop in those areas which(More)
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to examine if the application of Ankaferd Blood Stopper (ABS) reduces the number of sutures and therefore reduces anastomosis completion time in a unilateral end-to-end sleeve fish-mouth anastomosis model. METHODS Femoral artery end-to-end unilateral fish-mouth anastomosis models were created from the right and left(More)
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