Heval Selman Özkan

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Condom catheters are often used in the management of male urinary incontinence, and are considered to be safe. As condom catheters are placed on the male genitalia, sometimes adequate care is not taken after placement owing to poor medical care of debilitated patients and feelings of embarrassment and shame. Similarly, sometimes the correct size of penile(More)
Management of condylar fractures has been the subject of much disagreement and debate. There is no general consensus for definitive treatment. Although there is a growing tendency for open reduction and internal fixation technique, risks and morbidity of the surgical procedure are still a point of concern for maxillofacial surgeons. To reduce potential(More)
BACKGROUND There are many studies in the literature combining vein grafts with cell cultures, muscle, tendon, and nerve tissues, but none of them could replace isolated nerve grafts for nerve repair in clinical settings. There are studies in the literature indicating that adipose tissue derived stromal vascular fraction (SVF) enhances peripheral nerve(More)
A 46-year-old man was referred to our clinic complaining of nodular lesions located on the scrotum that had gradually enlarged over a period of 6 years. Due to poor psychosocial and cultural conditions, the patient did not seek medical advice until the nodules reached massive dimensions (Figs. 1 and 2). Physical examination revealed multiple nodules on the(More)
Medial sural artery perforator (MSAP) flap is a relatively new flap which is a modification of medial gastrocnemius myocutaneous flap. Both radial forearm flap and MSAP has common benefits, such as thinness, long pedicle and pliability; however, MSAP has lower donor site morbidity when compared with radial forearm flap. Because of this reason, the MSAP flap(More)
When fractured, mandible angulates. For better preoperative evaluation, movements of fractured mandibular segments should be documented in x-, y-, and z-axes. This article quantitatively evaluates the pattern and degree of the angulation. Fifty-two patients with mandible fractures were involved in this study. After defining a three-dimensional (3D)(More)
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