Huseyin Karagoz

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Second and third degree burns on breasts at preadolescent period may cause severe breast deformations. This deformation can be variable depending on severity and location of the burns, personal adolescent patterns, and treatment modality in acute burn period. A 21 year old female patient admitted to our department for her breast deformation due to burn(More)
Introduction Wound healing is a complex process involving inflammation, cell proliferation and tissue remodeling, and normally ends in a mature scar. Impairment of the early steps of wound healing can result in pathological responses, such as hypertrophic scarring [1]. Hypertrophic scars are characterized by proliferation of dermal tissue with excessive(More)
OBJECTIVE The thoracodorsal artery perforator (TDAP) flap has contributed to the efficient reconstruction of tissue defects that require a large amount of cutaneous tissue. The optimal reconstruction method should provide thin, and well-vascularized tissue with minimal donor-site morbidity. The indications for the use of this particular flap with other(More)
Recent theories about migraine pathogenesis have emphatized the role of the trigeminal system in the pathogenesis of migraine attacks. The local vasodilatation of intracranial extracerebral blood vessels and the consequent stimulation of surrounding trigeminal sensory nerve pain pathways are proposed to be the key mechanisms underlying the generation of(More)
Facial paralysis can lead to dysfunctions in eyelid closure, which is called lagophthalmos. A number of surgical procedures, both dynamic and static, have been described to restore the innervation of the orbicularis oculi muscle that closes the eyelids. This cadaver-based anatomical study aimed to evaluate the anatomy of the anterior, middle, and posterior(More)
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